1967 Corvette For Sale
Trying to find a 1967 Corvette For Sale? 1967 Corvettes are pretty hard to find but we have a nice list of current 67 vettes for sale or auction here on Buy Old Cars and Ebay.
Check out the list above of the used corvettes for sale right now. Bookmark this page to find the best 67 corvette for sale. The list is updated by the minute. You can see the prices, specs, and details on everything from high priced Stingrays to the ultra exclusive L68 Convertible. Whether you want a 1967 corvette project cars for sale or you are looking for that show car. You will be sure to find it here.
Background History on the 1967 Corvette
The 1967 Corvette is considered by many to be the best Corvette ever. Even though it was meant to be a redesign, it actually broke from the mold of its successor with better aerodynamics. Many people considered the cleanest looking 'vette in history.
The powertrain actually changed very little from the year before. The two small block V-8 came back as well as the 390 big block that jutted the hood scoop. The RPO L71 had special aluminum heads.
Some of the changes that happened from 1967 model were fairly small things like file smaller via who's been replaced by the three larger ones, flat finish rockers sans ribbing, factory 6 inch rally wheels with very small chromed out beauty hubcaps, a new single backup light located above the license plate, and the handbrake was also moved from underneath the dashboard to between the seats.
The 1967 Corvette wheelbase of the convertible and the coupe models was 98 inches. Length was 175.1 inches. The width of the 1967 Corvette was 69.6 inches. The curb weight was 3360 pounds for both the coupe and the convertible. The standard axle ratio was 3.55.1.
Its front suspension had independent upper or lower A arms, antiroll bar, tubular hydraulic shock absorbers, and cool springs. The rear suspension featured fixed differential, radius rods, tubular hydraulic shock absorbers, lateral struts, in an extra antiroll bar came with 67s that had a big block engine.
The 1967 Corvette came with 11 inch disc brakes on the front and back. It came with a standard three speed manual transmission, but you could choose a nominal four speed manual or a two speed powerglide.
Some of the options included things like leather seats, power windows, head rests, soft Ray tinted glass, auxiliary hardtop, shoulder belts, air conditioning (amazingly only 3788 people added this option), vinyl covering, positraction rear axle, special front and rear end suspension, air injection reactor, transistor ignition system, heavy-duty brakes, the 390, 400, 435, 350, and 430 hp engines, aluminum cylinder heads on the L71, four speed manual transmission (close ratio or heavy-duty), powerglide tranny, 36 gallon fuel tank on the coupe, off-road exhaust system, side mount exhaust system, telescopic steering column, power steering, cast aluminum bolt on wheels, redline tires, speed warning indicator, AM/FM radio.
The original color choices of the 1967 Corvette included Ermine White, Marina blue, Sun fire yellow (Sunfire yellow), rally red, good wood green (goodwood green), Silver Pearl, Lynndale blue, marboro maroon, Elkhart blue, and tuxedo Black.
The rear engine of the 67 Corvette was really the L88. Many people considered this as close to a racing engine for a production car that has ever been publicly released by Chevrolet. It can flat-out run like a scalded dog. It had 12:5:1 compression and a huge Holly 4 barrel carburetor. This sweet motor could generate 560 hp at 6400 RPM but it had to be used with 103 octane racing fuel. Most people could not achieve the speed with the gasoline from their local gas station, but it undoubtedly showed a great deal of power anyway. The L88 had several options that were mandatory by Chevrolet include transistorized ignition, positrain, power brakes, and a heavy-duty suspension system. You might not believe this, but only 20 people bought this car new in 1967. You had to think that those people were the ones that love power. Heck, they were only $1500 over the base price, but now they are very expensive and rare automobiles.
1967 was the year in which the sales drop by 5000 units, due to a new redesign that was coming out. However the 67 Corvette still made a tremendous impact on the automotive industry.
Previous 67 Corvette classified ads online
If you are wanting to find a 1967 Corvette for sale by owner, this is the place on buy oldcars.com. The list is always updating and here is a few example classified Corvette ads listed online.
Where Can I find a Car Like This?
These Corvettes are found for sale in states like Alabama, Alaska, American Samoa, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Northern Marianas Islands, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Virgin Islands, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming. They are also found in big cities such as: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Phoenix, Philadelphia, San Antonio, San Diego, Dallas, San Jose, Detroit, Jacksonville, Indianapolis, San Francisco, Columbus, Austin, Memphis, Fort Worth, Baltimore, Charlotte, El Paso, Boston, Seattle, Washington, Milwaukee, Denver, Louisville/Jefferson County, Las Vegas, Nashville-Davidson, Oklahoma City, Portland, Tucson, Albuquerque, Atlanta, Long Beach, Fresno, Sacramento, Mesa, Kansas City, Cleveland, Virginia Beach, Omaha, Miami, Oakland, Tulsa, Honolulu, Minneapolis, Colorado Springs, Arlington, Wichita, Raleigh, St. Louis, Santa Ana, Anaheim, Tampa, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Bakersfield, Aurora, Toledo, Riverside, Stockton, Corpus Christi, Newark, Anchorage, Buffalo, St. Paul, Lexington-Fayette, Plano, Fort Wayne, St. Petersburg, Glendale, Jersey City, Lincoln, Henderson, Chandler, Greensboro, Scottsdale, Baton Rouge, Birmingham, Norfolk, Madison, New Orleans, Chesapeake, Orlando, Garland, Hialeah, Laredo, Chula Vista, Lubbock, Reno, Akron, Durham, Rochester, Modesto, Montgomery, Fremont, Shreveport, Arlington, & Glendale.
Watch out for fake 67 L-88s. They are only 20 in existance, and very well documented. This makes these vintage vehicles very rare, and it has been documented on sites like Corvette Forum that there was one scammer trying to hock one off on ebay but was a fake. Just do your research. If selling a 1967 L88 replica, and just a clone, just be honest and tell everyone it is such. Otherwise, you can set off a firestorm online from rabid Corvette lovers.
Corvettes and firebirds have a huge following of enthusiasts. If you are a collector interested in the 1967 Corvette, please bookmark this 67 Corvette classifieds page and come back. It it is updated hourly (actually by the minute) so you know you will get the latest listings.