The “gills”, hood scoop and absent vents behind the doors are of course distinctive elements to this year. The low production numbers made this the least produced C2 of all. But it was the L88 that made this “the ultimate classic Corvette”. There are a good number of Corvettes out there. When it comes to collectable Corvettes, the right combination of options is what sets them apart. With production Corvettes, the ’67 is atop of the “gotta have” list. The power output of the engine was listed at 430HP, well below the 500 plus horses it produced and it’s price was three times that of the L71 that produced 435HP. Who would spring for that?! It was GM’s attempt to limit the casual buyer from buying it. The race teams mostly purchased this option.