If you’ve been looking for a pristine, low mileage, original Corvette Stingray, you might want to give Paramount Auto Sales in Hickory, North Carolina a call. The dealership currently has one of the most beautiful numbers-matching 1967 Corvettes for sale that we have ever seen, and it’s just begging to go to a good (and very wealthy) home.
The ‘Vette left General Motors’ factory in St. Louis, MO. in October of 1966. It is painted Lynndale Blue Metallic with a White Lucite interior. Much like the Yenko Camaro we featured earlier today, it utilizes the 7.0-liter big block engine, although the L71 version in the ’67 Corvette used the ‘Tri-Power’ carburetor setup. This engine sent all of its 435 horsepower and 460 lb-ft of torque to an M21 Muncie 4-speed close ratio transmission.
After taking one look at this Stingray, it’s hard to not want it. Which makes it all that much more surprising that it didn’t sell while Paramount had it up for sale on eBay this week. The listing has since expired, but the ad is still up if you want to check it out. As far as we know, the car is still available for purchase, so if you like what you see, drop Paramount a line. Maybe once you take delivery you can offer to give us a ride. Please?