1967 Corvette L88 This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette L88 Coupe enjoys a high profile in the Corvette community and has everything for the discerning collector. Finished in popular Marina Blue with Black interior, it is a rare factory side exhaust-equipped version of the first-year L88 documented with the original tank sticker, restored by the renowned Naber […]
C2 Corvette 1963 to 1967 and are considered by many Corvette enthusiasts to be the most desirable, most collectible Corvettes for sale. The 1963 Corvette coupe brought us the timeless rear split window design. That model year also introduced the independent rear suspension, a revised Rochester Fuel Injection system on top of the 327 Chevrolet Small Block engine, and the original Z06 competition option. The 1964 Corvette brought us larger cylinder heads with more horsepower, but the rear split window was removed and replaced with a single piece of glass which improved the drivers’ vision through the rear view mirror. The 1965 Corvette introduced the Chevrolet Big Block engine between its front fiberglass fenders and ushered the Corvette into the Muscle Car era. The new L78 396 425 horsepower engine basically phased out the Fuel Injected 375 Horsepower 327 engine which was almost twice as expensive to purchase. The 1966 Corvette introduced the enlarged Big Block Chevrolet engine which was now sized at 427 cubic inches. More horsepower created quicker acceleration times and higher top speeds. The 1967 Corvette has been called to best Corvette to own introduced the Tri Power carbs on top of the solid lifter 427 engine and if that wasn’t enough, the legendary L88 427 engine made its debut that model year with only twenty brave souls who paid the price of admission when ordering their new Corvettes. All of these C2 Corvettes are here in this C2 Corvette Classifieds section at Corvette Legends, so take a look around. If you can’t find what you are looking for today, feel free to check back at a later time, as it might be here then.
1967 Corvette L88 This 1967 Corvette L88 was purchased new at Lyman Slack Chevrolet by Jim Elmer of Portland, OR. This 1967 L88 Corvette convertible is one of twenty L88 Corvettes produced in 1967. Elmer bought the car with the single intention to go drag racing. He made his first pass with the new car fresh out of the […]
1965 Corvette 396 Soft Top Delete Hard Top Only Convertible This 1965 Corvette was delivered to Mr. Charles Kemp of San Diego California on June 5, 1965. The delivering dealer was Coyle Chevrolet, located on East Santa Clara St., San Jose. Judging by the option content, this car wasn’t ordered with casual cruising in mind. […]
1965 Corvette N03 Tanker This 1965 Corvette N03 coupe was recently found in the Los Angeles California area after being in storage since 1974. It was shown at Bloomington Gold in 2014 as a barn find and since then it has experienced a total state of the art restoration by Kevin Mackay at Corvette Repair […]
1965 Corvette N03 Tanker with Factory Air Conditioning This Nassau Blue 1965 Corvette is a very special Corvette. It was assembled on December 14, 1964 and shipped to Newt Godfree Chevrolet of San Antonio, Texas. It is 1 of 1 produced in this color with factory air conditioning, 36.5 gallon fuel tank, disc brake credit, […]
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