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1967 Pickett Racing Corvette“The 1967 Pickett Racing Corvette”

One of a two car team formed by Trans Am racing legend Greg Pickett and his friend Dr. Bill Geen. The other car was a 69 Camero, both cars wore “Pickett Racing” livery, home movies included.
Purchased new by Dr. Geen as a 427 cu.in. Coupe, the original California pink slip is still in his name (wow!) because as a racecar transferring title upon sale was unimportant.

I am the third owner, originally purchased in 1986.

Original body, doors and frame with V.I.N. number tag still intact.

Programs and entry lists from original races fill a full loose-leaf scrapbook.

A letter from Greg Pickett authorizing use of his teams name upon restoration, also photos of him with the car at the first race after restoration was completed in 2002.

The last “A Production Champion for the 1978 season” before SCCA retired the class forever.

Continuous log book records from 1972 to today (SCCA didn’t require books prior to that).

SVRA “Sports Car Vintage Racing Association” Medallion Award recognizing it as a significant historic racecar.

Best of all after forty years of racing its still a Corvette with original exterior stainless steel trim, door handles, gas cap door, tail lights and grill, turn signal lights, hood prop, head light doors (non-functional), wing windows, original dash and trim, cranks, doorknobs, glove box, shifter and door panels, etc.

A Rotisserie Restoration every surface is perfect (except a little racing rash) museum quality no matter where you look. Restored to be correct as far as vintage racing rules are concerned and to be true to its original roots, but I intended it to be the fastest and best race car of its kind, we’ve been told that it is.