1967 Restomod Corvette

1967 Corvettes have always been my first love.  My first collector car was the 1967 427-435HP Corvette, which is a car I have always loved.  That car was restored (over-restored actually) to its original specifications back when I started collecting cars.  It still holds a very special place in my heart, and always will.

In recent years, a good friend of mine that has built many cars for me started creating restomod Corvettes.  He has sold many over the years and specializes in the mid-year cars.  A few years ago, I decided that I wanted a restomod 1967 Corvette that looks like my original one.  He built it for me, and it’s spectacular!

As great as the originals are, they are still old cars.  The technology wasn’t nearly what it is today, whether you’re talking about the suspension, the motor, electronics, etc.  Having a restomod gives me the best of both worlds.  I have a classic looking car that handles and drives like a new car.  I no longer have to worry about whether or not it will start, either!

This car was built to my specifications.  Like my original 67 car, it is red with a stinger hood and side-pipes.  Unlike my original 67, it has a LS3 crate motor, stack injection, Ridetech suspension, 4L65e automatic transmission, 18 inch wheels, Dakota gauges, Vintage Air, and a leather and suede interior.  This car is a great driver!

Bill Sefton
Bill Sefton
Bill Sefton, Chicago native, and passionate car collector. Currently retired, but still involved in the car collection community. Reach out, happy to connect!