1967 Chevrolet Corvette 327/350 – $69,500 RNM
December 31, 2021 Update – With the seller’s firm reserve not met and no additional buyers found to make reasonable counteroffers, the private seller will attempt to sell their Corvette another way. We thank him for the opportunity and wish him nothing best the best.
November 25, 2021 Update – The high bid of $15,000 did not meet the seller’s reserve price of $69,500, so we’ve moved this vehicle to our “Rides Still Available” where you can either select the “Buy Now” price or enter a realistic counteroffer in the “Bid” box. To start the process, click the blue “Bid or Buy Now” button below.
The Guys With Rides team is proud to offer this driver-quality, three-owner, matching numbers, 1967 Chevrolet Corvette convertible in an online reserve style auction on behalf of the private seller.
Bidding opened Wednesday, November 10, 2021, at Noon EST and continued for fourteen consecutive days ending at 9:00 PM EST on Wednesday, November 24, 2021.
This 1967 Corvette Convertible is currently located in Price, Utah.
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Current High Bid = $15,000 (Buy Now For $69,500)
Chevrolet stunned the automotive world when it launched the stunning C2 Corvette in 1963. For the first time in Corvette history, Chevrolet offered a beautiful new split-window coupe in addition to the traditional convertible version. The beautiful styling was nicely matched through vastly improved handling accomplished through a combination of a shorter 98-inch wheelbase, improved “Ball Race” steering, and an innovative new independent rear suspension that reduced unsprung weight by 80 pounds. The only limiting factor was the continued use of aluminum drum brakes; four-wheel disc brakes would not be introduced until two years later when a variety of Big-Block V8 power options would also be added to the options list.
The 1967 Corvette Sting Ray was the last Corvette of the second generation, and five years of refinements made it the best of the line. Although it was meant to be a redesign year, its intended successor the C3 was found to have some undesirable aerodynamic traits. Consequently, 1967 ended up being a stopgap year for the C2 Corvette with modest changes: Five smaller front fender vents replaced the three larger ones, and flat-finish rockers sans ribbing conferred a lower, less chunky appearance. New was a single backup light, mounted above the license plate. The previous models’ wheel covers gave way to slotted six-inch Rally wheels with chrome beauty rings and lug nuts concealed behind chrome caps. Interior alterations were modest and included revised upholstery, and the handbrake moved from beneath the dash to between the seats. The convertible’s optional hardtop was offered with a black vinyl cover, which was a fad among all cars at the time.
Paul, the current owner and seller of this 1967 Corvette Convertible purchased this C2 several years ago from an Estate. When he purchased it, this Corvette had been sitting idle since the 1990s. Paul reports this is a numbers matching, 327 cubic inch, 350 horsepower example in the same color combination it left the factory in. If you’re looking for a driver-quality C2 Corvette you can actually enjoy driving, this may be the car for you. This Corvette features a set of new tires.
By clicking on the picture below, you can review the detailed complimentary Lemon Squad pre-purchase inspection recently completed in preparation for this auction. As you scroll down the report, you can hover your computer mouse to read the inspector’s comments on each picture taken. Please be sure to use your browser’s back button to navigate back to this page when complete.
To help you make informed bids, we’re providing a link to Classic.com, the analytics and search engine for the Classic Car market, that provides an interactive graph of recent comparable sales in the past two years. By clicking on the green dots, you can navigate to each comparable car sold as a way to help you make an educated bid on the car we are featuring for auction here:
The gallery below contains over three hundred additional pictures detailing the driver-quality condition of this 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible:
If you have any questions about this 1967 Corvette Convertible, please leave a comment below or feel free to call Rudy directly at 877-468-6497. Thank you for looking and happy bidding!
Can you assist in shipping to Canada
Shipping a vehicle and its related costs are the sole responsibility of high bidders/Buyers. If you are seriously considering exporting a car to Canada from the U.S, we recommend a potential bidder contact a reputable customs broker such as borderbuddy.com.
Can you tell me the reserve
As is standard practice with any reserve auction, we cannot reveal the reserve price. Upon registering as a bidder, however, you will be able to see a horizontal bar graph showing, without providing numbers, how close the high bid is to meeting the reserve price.
1967 corvette one hour left and it on 15k and no counter bids, Is there a buy it know price after the auction? looks like it wont reach the reserve price. I see some auction advertise on craigslist to get more exposure.. let me know, Thanks and happy thanksgiving.
Mike, the high bid of $15,000 was well below the seller’s reserve price of $69,500. We’ve moved this Corvette to our “Rides Still Available” page where buyers have the opportunity to either pay the seller’s “Buy Now” price or make a realistic counteroffer we can present to the seller.