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 67HEAVEN




Selected at Carlisle 2005 by Bill Merritt,
Corvette Vehicle Assembly Engineering Manager.
Award Presented by Lance Miller and Bill Miller.


Photo by "Stepinwolf"



You've heard of 7th Heaven?  This is 67HEAVEN

Return to this page by typing www.67HEAVEN.com in your address bar.

See the Table of Contents below.

...it's the of Canada too.

Take a walk-around - VIDEO (4.5Mb) (may not play in Google Chrome - try Internet Explorer)
Fire in the hole - VIDEO (2.5Mb) (may not play in Google Chrome - try Internet Explorer)

For random photos, see Chapter 36.

(Disclaimer: This site is not owned by, nor does it have affiliation with, Chevrolet or General Motors.
They're still not sure what to make of this car.) 

1.
The Early
Years
2.
The Fun
Years


3.
The 'Real'
Fun Begins

4.
Frame
Clean Up

5.
Updated
Suspension

6.
Suspension
Installation
7.
Wiring Harnesses

8.
Wheels & Tires

9.
Colours

10.
On the
Ground Again
11.
Paint
Removal
12.
Birdcage Repairs

13.
Ultimate Goal

14.
Wide-Body Panels

15.
Richmond 5-Speed & Driveshaft

16.
Body Work - Part 1

17. 
Body Work - Part 2

18.
Body Work - Part 3

19.
Body Work - Part 4

20.
Gas Tank

21.
Paint

22.
Body Drop &
Trip Home

23.
Dash & Gauges

24.
Seats & Interior

25.
Engine & Clutch

26.
Radiator & Under-Hood Components


27.
Glass, Weatherstrip & Misc. Trim

28.
Lights & Emblems

29.
Bumpers & Grill

30.
Exhaust

31.
Radio
       
36.
Random Photos (dial up beware)
Statistics Have you gone
back in time?
Comments Videos that make
us happy
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Garage construction


In 1998, we built a two-bay brick garage on four-foot deep concrete block foundation to provide a suitable workspace for this project. Four-and-a-half-years later, the car was finished (are they ever really finished?). However, in 2006, we moved to a smaller town and built a much larger SHOP with a 13'6" raised ceiling with four-post lift.


1967 Corvette window sticker

To the left is a modern reproduction of this car's original window sticker. It is not a copy of the original. That was lost when the car was PDIed. The Vehicle Identification Number is intentionally blurred.

1967 Corvette Statistics

Regular Production Options (R.P.O.) available to be installed on 1967 Corvettes.

Chip samples of original 1967 Corvette paint colours.

What was happening
 in 1967?
  

A salute to 1967, an amazing year for many reasons!

To view progress on this rebuild project,
see the blue "Table of Contents" near the top of this page.

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