On eBay now. So far it has 56 bids. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Chevrolet-Corvette-67-TANKER-1of-1-L-88-427-560hp-36gal-HERE-IT-IS_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQcategoryZ6168QQitemZ4581027348QQrdZ1 The car you thought did not exist is up for auction! This is 1 of 4 1967 Vettes produced and only 2 are actually known of. This is the only one with the option of L-88 WITH the 36 gallon fuel tank. aka ''THE TANKER''. This is the RAREST and unique 1967 produced. The L88 is the '' Holy Grail '' of collectible big-block 427 motor was installed in a very limited number of production Corvettes from 1967 through 1969. It is best described as a full-race motor, available to the public for street use, straight from the factory. But its offering on the RPO option list was listed there in disguise. Chevrolet wanted to produce a high-performance Corvette that was second to none. But they also didn?t want the inexperienced horsepower-seeking youth ordering one without realizing the true potential of the L88. Also, it was necessary to have the L88 Corvette conform to various government regulations, insurance companies, as well as Chevrolet's own horsepower policy. Therefore, the publicized rating for the horsepower of the L88; was manipulated by Chevrolet. This L88 with 12.5 to 1 compression, hi-lift cam, 850 CFM 4 barrel Holley carb and painted aluminum heads has approx 560 HP. The true intent of the L88 was for all-out performance on the racetrack. For example the L88s were delivered without fan shrouds and they did not have chokes. Additionally there was the Radio and Heater delete that was mandatory on the L88. The 67 L88 is extremely RARE as there were only 20 of them produced -- which some feel are 20 of the most desirable Corvettes ever built. This car has been meticulously restored and is all matching numbers. (see pics). A magnetic particle inspection was performed in March 2004 by one top testing companies in the country to prove the authenticity and document identification numbers on the car's engine block, transmission, and frame of this car. Vehicle Id Numbers: - Engine Block: T0524IT and 7122777 - Frame: 7S122777 - Transmission: 7S122777 (M-22) (Reference Photos Below) This Corvette took 4 years to restore and no expense was spared. Every part is Original or NOS. The estimsted value of this car exceeds 1.2 million and may fetch as much as 3 million at the Barrette-Jackson Auction. THIS IS A ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPORTUNITY TO OWN THIS RARE PIECE OF MUSCLE CAR HISTORY!