1967 Coupe GoodWood Green with Saddle Interior L-79 327 CI 350 HP Engine with 4 Speed Manual Transmission.
Bloomington Gold NCRS Top Flight History! OUTSTANDING!!! A Fully Restored, Beautiful Coupe! An Absolute Must See! This car is equipped with Soft Ray Tinted Glass and Windshield, Push-button AM/ FM Radio, 775 X 15 WSW Tires with Rally Wheels, Trim Rings and Center Caps, Speed Warning and Posi-Traction Rear Axle with 3.36 Ratio. While an older restoration, it is in absolute outstanding current condition. The car was awarded a Bloomington Gold Certificate with a 96% score in 1990. It also was awarded a Regional NCRS Top Flight with a 95% score in 2011. Both awards authenticate the car and it's options, however the car also has it's Original Tank Sticker as well as a Nearly Complete Owner History! The engine is original with a matching VIN, and like the rest of the car, is in excellent restored condition and presents as original throughout, with very few exceptions. The engine VIN is a half "double-stamp" VIN Number, accompanied by a notarized statement of the 2nd owner in 1971 stating that is how the car was when he purchased it. It is not annotated on any of the judging sheets as there were no points deductions taken.When you see the car in the showroom and look it over carefully, you will likely agree that the car is ready for another round of judging just as it is, likely resulting in another Top Flight Award. The car is of such quality that I do not want to call it a driver, but if you choose to do so, you will be driving one of the finest examples likely to be seen at any show or event. Yes, it IS that nice! Each of it's owners have maintained the car fastidiously, enabling you to simply climb in and go. A no excuse car with a box full of receipts, pictures, awards, and owner history! Don't wait on this one! Once someone sees it, if they are looking for an exquisite Corvette, this one will be gone.
Priced at only $84,900
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