This 1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427 Roadster is one of the many masterpieces from the Brothers Collection! This Corvette is the most desirable, simply because it is the most beautiful, and precious classic Corvette ever made. This particular Corvette, beside his Goodwood body-color, has chrome details all over it, which give a more luxurious look.
Inside this 1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427 Roadster, we are witnessing the most beautiful classic interior design ever. The green leather bucket seats, chrome buttons, unique vertical radio, unique chromed ball shifter, and highlighted wooden steering wheel is something that you can’t find in any other classic car.
The powertrain for this 1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427 Roadster is an RPO code 427 cubic-inch big-block L71 V8 engine. With 3×2 barrel carburetors on top and 11:1 compression, this engine is rated at 435 horsepower 460 lb.-ft. of torque. The transmission is close-ratio Muncie M21, with manual 4-speeds and 3:55 gear ratio.
The wheels are the most remarkable with that “turbine” design, 15-inch wearing Red-Line tires. The most important fact about this Corvette is that 1967 was the first year that 427 Chevys were producing more than one horsepower per cubic inch. This Chevy 427 Roadster, truly is the most iconic car in the American automotive industry ever.