Lynndale Blue w/Blue interior, 327/300hp, 4-spd. manual transmission.
Sometimes the best formula for success is; If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it approach! We think this adage applies to the ’65-’67 mid-year Corvettes very well. With the exception of some tweaks here and there, they were pretty similar. However, there were some changes that make the ’67 a real standout! The funny thing is, the ’67 was almost an afterthought, because the new “Shark” bodied C3’s were initially due to be introduced as a ’67, but weren’t quite ready. So, the mid-year body was continued for one more year. And in hindsight, most Corvette aficionados agree that ’67 was one of, if not the best “vintage era” Corvette ever built!
And speaking of standouts! This Lynndale Blue Convertible is undeniably one of the prettiest you’ll ever see! It’s quite original, but had undergone an extensive frame-on restoration in the early ’00’s. The quality of the work done along with the extensive correctness of the car garnered it no less than 6 N.C.R.S. Top Flight Awards with the highest score being a 99.1! That’s no mean feat! Since than it’s been in collector’s hands and has been meticulously cared for. The rare Lynndale Blue paint looks like it was applied this year and we have to say, along with the matching Teal interior is one of the most beautiful color combinations ever offered on a Corvette! It also happens to run and drive just like an award-winning ’67 Corvette should!