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1967 L89 427 Corvette ICS II Art Print,1967 L89 Corvette,67 Corvette Sting Ray C2 Production,67 Corvette Art

1967 L89 427 Corvette ICS II Art Print,1967 L89 Corvette,67 Corvette Sting Ray C2 Production,67 Corvette Art

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  • Handmade item
  • Material: 1967 427 Parchment Paper Car Art Print
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• Absolutely Perfect for a Car Guy's (or Gal's) Man (or Car) Cave!! Another Car Art Print by Automotive Artist and Writer, K. Scott Teeters.

1967 L89 427 Corvette ICS II Art Print,1967 L89 Corvette,67 Corvette Sting Ray C2 Production,1967 Corvette Art,67 Corvette Art, By K. Scott Teeters, ICS II 172

**** Don't See the year or model Corvette You Need? We probably have it and will create a listing for you. Just Convo or Email Us!!****

• Scott has been illustrating and writing about fast cars for over thirty years.

• This print is signed and numbered by the artist in a series of 500. And the print you receive will not show a watermark.

• This 11" x 17" black ink technical illustration and story is printed on parchment print paper with a commercial grade laser printer. Color of paper may vary from that depicted on your monitor.

• Your parchment paper print is carefully shrink wrapped on 12 x 18 brown cardboard and shipped via USPS Priority Mail. Print may be push pinned or tacked on your garage wall as delivered or you may take it out of its shrink wrapper and mat and frame it in a standard 16 by 20 frame.

• See the last pic to see an example of a random print shrink wrapped. Paper color is actually lighter parchment color.

• This art is "as seen in Vette Magazine" several years ago.

• Background story by K. Scott Teeters:

"For a performance car, it was the best of both worlds. Next in the feeding chain was the $437 427/435 L71 that became an instant legend. Hot Rod magazine got 13.80 ets from the L71 and CARS Magazine got a Motion Performance, dyno tuned version with tall gearing to run 12.90s! And for those that wanted a Corvette with plenty of red meat to go racing, Duntov made sure his latest, $947 L88 racer kit provided a solid base to build a competitive Corvette racer.

But it was the aluminum head-equipped, L89 optional engine that never got it’s due. Think, L71 with its solid-lifters, 11.0:1 compression, 3x2 carb setup - minus 75 pounds off the front end. All three of the 3x2 427s came with the big, triangular air fliter for maximun airflow and bragging rights. Car and Driver noted a front-to-rear weight ratio of 47/53, while a small-block scaled in at 46/54. Plus, the L89 427 only weighed 40-pounds more than a small-block. And then there was the price. The L89 “aluminum heads” was a $368 option, on top of the $437 L71, making the entire package a $805 option!

The L89 option continued on in ‘68 as a $805 option and then $832 in ‘69. Out of a total of 90,268 Corvettes built from ‘67 to ‘69, only 1,030 were L89s. "

• Sent with protective cardboard via USPS Priority Mail with delivery confirmation for easy tracking and speedy delivery.

• US Only. And **Priority** packaging mailers (No First Class) only.
• Absolutely Perfect for a Car Guy's (or Gal's) Man (or Car) Cave!! Another Car Art Print by Automotive Artist and Writer, K. Scott Teeters.

1967 L89 427 Corvette ICS II Art Print,1967 L89 Corvette,67 Corvette Sting Ray C2 Production,1967 Corvette Art,67 Corvette Art, By K. Scott Teeters, ICS II 172

**** Don't See the year or model Corvette You Need? We probably have it and will create a listing for you. Just Convo or Email Us!!****

• Scott has been illustrating and writing about fast cars for over thirty years.

• This print is signed and numbered by the artist in a series of 500. And the print you receive will not show a watermark.

• This 11" x 17" black ink technical illustration and story is printed on parchment print paper with a commercial grade laser printer. Color of paper may vary from that depicted on your monitor.

• Your parchment paper print is carefully shrink wrapped on 12 x 18 brown cardboard and shipped via USPS Priority Mail. Print may be push pinned or tacked on your garage wall as delivered or you may take it out of its shrink wrapper and mat and frame it in a standard 16 by 20 frame.

• See the last pic to see an example of a random print shrink wrapped. Paper color is actually lighter parchment color.

• This art is "as seen in Vette Magazine" several years ago.

• Background story by K. Scott Teeters:

"For a performance car, it was the best of both worlds. Next in the feeding chain was the $437 427/435 L71 that became an instant legend. Hot Rod magazine got 13.80 ets from the L71 and CARS Magazine got a Motion Performance, dyno tuned version with tall gearing to run 12.90s! And for those that wanted a Corvette with plenty of red meat to go racing, Duntov made sure his latest, $947 L88 racer kit provided a solid base to build a competitive Corvette racer.

But it was the aluminum head-equipped, L89 optional engine that never got it’s due. Think, L71 with its solid-lifters, 11.0:1 compression, 3x2 carb setup - minus 75 pounds off the front end. All three of the 3x2 427s came with the big, triangular air fliter for maximun airflow and bragging rights. Car and Driver noted a front-to-rear weight ratio of 47/53, while a small-block scaled in at 46/54. Plus, the L89 427 only weighed 40-pounds more than a small-block. And then there was the price. The L89 “aluminum heads” was a $368 option, on top of the $437 L71, making the entire package a $805 option!

The L89 option continued on in ‘68 as a $805 option and then $832 in ‘69. Out of a total of 90,268 Corvettes built from ‘67 to ‘69, only 1,030 were L89s. "

• Sent with protective cardboard via USPS Priority Mail with delivery confirmation for easy tracking and speedy delivery.

• US Only. And **Priority** packaging mailers (No First Class) only.

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