Talk about a winning hand! Three deuces to a full-house 427, the Turbo-Jet V8’s got it cold. And that’s precisely what Corvette offers, among other things, in the new ’67 Sting Ray. In fact, you can order it two ways: 400 horsepower with hydraulic lifters or 435 horses with solid lifters and a real special performance camshaft.
On the other hand, you traditionalists can still get the 427 V8 with a big four-barrel on top, putting out 390 horses. The whole works comes with that well-known Corvette independent rear suspension, 11 3/4 –inch disc brakes all around, new 1967 styling touches and comforts galore. And it has safety features like the GM-developed energy-absorbing steering column and seat belts with pushbutton buckles, standard.
Take the base 300 horsepower Turbo-Fire 327 V8 or order any of the other four engines available. Decide on the extras, like AM-FM radio, you can add. Choose the standard three-speed or Powerglide ot the four-speed gearbox you can order. Shuffle up the equipment the way you want it and deal yourself a Sting Ray.