- May 29, 2002
- Missoura Ozarks
- 2012 4LT GS Roadster
When Keith Richard Litavsky returned from Vietnam in 1966, he’d earned a pair of Purple Hearts and reportedly would have been nominated for a Congressional Medal of Honor, had his commanding officer not been killed in a subsequent helicopter crash. During his time in-country, Keith sent money home, saving what he could to purchase the car of his dreams – a Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray coupe. Two days before Christmas in 1966, his tour of duty over, Keith walked into Jack Douglass Chevrolet in Hinsdale, Illinois, and ordered a 1967 Corvette built to his specifications.
1967 Corvette With 8,533 Miles Is Practically New And It's For Sale