As Henry Younger transitions out of his role at the National Corvette Museum as a board member, he decided to leave on quite a high note.
Instead of packing his things, he’s leaving something very special behind: his 1967 C2 Corvette Sting Ray. Younger stated he chose this particular 1967 C2 Corvette because he felt it best represents the power associated with the 1967 Corvette. It features the 427 cubic-inch V8 engine but is also outfitted with the optional L89 heads, which helps produce an additional 50 to 55 horsepower.
Younger surprised the rest of the board when he drove it out for all to see and announced he would be donating the Corvette to the museum where it can be enjoyed by generations to come. Check out the commemorative video to Younger and the Corvette up above.