The 1962 Chevrolet Corvette was one of the most distinct years from
the first-generation Corvette, and this one goes a step further.
With added power and boldness, this one knows how to stand out, but
yet, it never loses that classic C1 feeling.
We know Corvettes always look great in red, but this one is out for
true distinction. The custom Burgundy applied here has the same
boldness of red, but it also offers a deeper tone of
sophistication. Plus, the metallic element loves to radiate in the
sunlight - exactly what you want in a sunshine-friendly
convertible. Adding to this brightness are the correct classic
chrome bumpers polished to a mirror-like shine and bright trim in
all the right places. The bright white folding roof looks great
against the paint, and the body has crisp panels that will make you
proud to show this off. And the addition of the competition-style
torque thrust wheels gives this some added aggression.
As good as that white roof looks, we all know a car like this C1 is
meant to be open to the world. That's why there has been a serious
investment in a great color-coordinated interior. These cars have a
hard tonneau that gives a waterfall of color in-between the front
buckets, and so it's awesome to see the piping match the exterior
paint on these custom seats. The tan is the main color for the
seats, door panels, dash, and carpeting. And the burgundy accents
all of these for an awesome uniform package. This has the proper
classic style that showcases the right classic pieces, like the
dual cowl dash, proper trunk mat, and correct seat pattern. These
vintage pieces mix with nice upgrades, like the hot rod style
steering wheel and the AM/FM/cassette player with aux input so you
can even have your iPod tunes in this classic ride.
Under the hood is a proper 283 cubic-inch V8. It even has the right
vintage style with the wide shining air topper, bold orange block,
and Corvette script valve covers. Of course, this also can't resist
added flair with detail like the color-matched alternator. The V8
inhales deeply with a proper Carter four-barrel carburetor, and now
it exhales with more power and rumble thanks to headers feeding the
dual exhaust. Best of all, you are in complete control of this
powerhouse with the four-speed manual transmission.
This C1 feels great out on the road, and it has all the right
upgrades for you to want to show it off everywhere. So it really is
everything you want, and it's ready to run right now. Call