1967 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Is An NCRS Top Flight Winner

Jul 17, 2019 2 min read
1967 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Is An NCRS Top Flight Winner

A winning show car with the awards to back it up.

If you have been looking for a rare beauty to add to your collection, here she is. This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is a great choice for a true collector. It is an original, fully documented and award-winning sports car in immaculate condition. This Corvette is currently up for sale through Silverstone Motorcars with its original window sticker, original build sheet, all its awards and ribbons, NCRS judging sheets, and the complete owner history from new.

This pristine 1967 “NCRS Top Flight” Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible has just 30,990 miles on the dash. The car is dressed in its original Ermine White paint, which is beautifully contrasted by the tidy black vinyl interior. All in all, this award-winning show car is a real stunner and is ready for a new owner.

Under the hood, this Stingray has its complete numbers-matching drivetrain from the engine all the way to the rear end. The heart and soul of the American icon is a 427 cubic-inch L36 V8 turbo-get engine mated to an M-21 four-speed manual transmission. The pairing results in a whopping 390 horsepower that sounds beautiful as it leaves the side exhaust piping. Other notable options on this model include a transistor ignition, 3:70 Posi rear end, rare shoulder harness, AM/FM factory radio, and bolt-on wheels wrapped in redline tires.

The car was treated to an NCRS (National Corvette Restorers Society) restoration that was completed in 2007 by an actual NCRS judge. In September 2008, this Corvette Stingray convertible had its first NCRS judging and earned an impressive score of 96.9 its first time out! It’s worth noting that the clean engine block did not lose any points in the judging process. This car was restored with great attention to detail and using all the correct parts.

This 1967 Corvette Stingray is the real deal and one of the best-documented restored big-block 427s out there. Now is your chance to own one and continue to show it off, as the car deserves. Don’t let this opportunity pass you by. Act fast or forever hold your peace.

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