Let’s be honest, it doesn’t get much better than the C2 Corvette. Yes, the 2016 C7 Corvette Stingray certainly has earned its “Stingray” badging, but the original Sting Ray is something so much more.
Now that we’ve established that, here’s a completely restored 1967 C2 Corvette roadster for you to take a second mortgage out on. This C2 Corvette is a completely documented car from California that has undergone $100,000 worth of restoration work with original and authentic General Motors parts.
Included in those authentic parts is the legendary 427 big-block V8 engine and a close ratio four-speed manual gearbox, factory power steering and factory four-wheel disc brakes.
As for the exterior, it’s been repainted in a GM correct hue, 976 Marina Blue, with a time-period correct, black stinger stripe. It’s a refreshing color choice from the normal black or red seen on many C2 Corvettes still surviving.
So, what’s the damage on this handsome beast? The 1967 C2 Corvette is currently going for $119,000 on eBay. Ouch. But, as they say, you can sleep in your car. You can’t race your home.