AAAAAaaaarrrrrrggggggggggggggggggggg!!!!! A 427 '67 ? @##[email protected]#@$%$#$, Original? @#$##@[email protected]!!!!!!!!Preacher said:When I was in college, I missed a deal by 15 minutes. A garage kept 67 Stingray, under 20,000 original miles, original paint that still looked new, original tires, with a 427 under the hood. They were looading it on a flatbed when I got there. The Vette belonged to this old lady's husband and she got rid of it for $2000. Man I was one sick puppy. 15 minutes!!!!
DorGunR, although mine is now almost 30 yrs old now, I just don't think of it as "one of the ole vettes".DorGunR said:Stingray.......mine is not as purdy as yours but this is a 1962 that I used to own.
Thanks Stingray......as you know the '62 was the last of the old stlye Vetts as the first Stingray came out in '63...........sure wish I still had it.75_stingray said:DorGunR, although mine is now almost 30 yrs old now, I just don't think of it as "one of the ole vettes".
At one time I found a '64, but it slipped through my fingers. Wanna talk about sad. Tell ya the truth DorGunR, one day, hopefully I'll luck up and find a sweety like your '62. Now THAT,,,,,,,, is a BEAUTIFUL Vette!!!!!!!!!
CHEVY II, "in Tim the Toolman Voice," Hurrrr Hurrrrr Hurrrr" I love em!SangRun Hunter said:He has a 63 Nova with a straight 6 that was bored and stroked as well. It was one of those cars that surprised the hell out of people.