Corvette Sting Rays (1963-1967) are among the most popular collectible cars from the 1960s. And although big-block 427-ci 435-hp cars might steal the spotlight due to their brute power and high price tags, mild-mannered small-block a/c-equipped coupes can be much more easy to live with—and much more fun to own.
The seller says this 1967 Corvette coupe has matching numbers, and that statement can mean quite a bit when it comes to value—correctness is king in the Corvette world. It’s fitted with a 300-hp 327 V8, which was the base-level engine for 1967, but it also has a 4-speed manual and factory-fitted a/c, and those options combine to make a rare and usable package that shouldn’t overheat at stoplights, will likely get respectable mileage, and will still be comfortable even on hot summer days. The paint is fresh, the interior is new, and new tires have been mounted on the original Rally wheels, so all this one needs is a new driver. See the listing here.