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1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Corvette Convertible

Amazing 435hp big block with 15 factory options!
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  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
  • 1967 Marlboro Maroon L71 Convertible
Generation: C2 Corvettes (1963 - 1967)
Year: 1967
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Corvette
Body Style: Convertible
Exterior Color: Marlboro Maroon
Interior Color: Black
Transmission: 4-Speed Manual
Mileage: 38060
Stock Number: 5989
VIN Number: 194677S106933
Drivetrain: RWD
Engine: 7.0L V8
Location: In Stock

Marlboro Maroon w/Black interior, L71 427/435hp, 4-spd manual transmission.

If you were able to buy a new ’67 Corvette back in the day, few if any buyers truly knew of the significance of their purchase.  This was to be the last year of the second generation or mid-years as the ’63-’67 models were known.  And as was the case in ’67, the last of the line turned out to be the best.  But truth be told, the ’67 Corvette as we know it, wasn’t supposed to exist in the first place!  Anticipation was high for the arrival of the new third generation Stingray aka the “Shark”.  The car was due to be released as a ’67 model.  But, it wasn’t quite ready.  So, it was decided that the mid-year bodied Corvette would continue for one more year.  And because of this, many ’67’s languished in Chevrolet showrooms throughout the Country because many were waiting to buy the new C3 instead!  Who’d a thought!!  However, the extra year enabled the boys at GM time to refine the C2 just enough to make what is considered the best mid-year, if not the best of the first three generation Corvettes ever built!  Many if not all buyer’s who checked RPO L71 back then were looking to do one thing . . . GO FAST!!  With the exception of the L88 (which was really a racing-only application), the L71 was the top dog in ’67.  This was a solid lifter, tri-carb torque monster that was built for speed!  And if you wanted to save a little weight with your hp, you could opt for the rarest engine option offered that year . . . the aluminum headed L89!  But, there were only 16 of those built in ’67.

Originally sold new out of Ron Tonkin Chevrolet in Portland, OR; the L71 presented here is very special and rare for a number of reasons.  Fifteen, to be exact.  Because that’s how many options this beast has!  It’s extremely uncommon that a buyer of a brand new 435hp big block would check almost every box on the options list, but the original owner of this one did just that!  They include;

L71 427/435hp Engine

Close Ratio 4-spd. Manual Transmission

3.70 Posi Rear Axle

Transistorized Ignition

Power Brakes

Power Steering

Power Windows

Leather Seats

Speed Warning Indicator

Telescoping Steering Column

Bolt On Wheels

Red Line Tires

AM/FM Radio

Dual Side Mounted Exhaust

Tinted Glass

All documented on an almost perfect Tank Sticker!  The car was beautifully frame-on restored within the last few years and features a #’s matching engine.  It’s a fantastic driver that starts up instantly with the growl that only a solid lifter big block with side exhaust can produce!  The color combination is pure class, set of by the one year only Bolt on wheels with Redline tires.  This is a ’67 that beckons you to sit behind the wheel, adjust the leather seat and take her for a cruise!  Stk #5989

 

 

 

 

 


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