When the original Chevy II rolled off the assembly line in 1962 it
was touted as economical transportation for the masses. The
first-generation models (1962-1965) were well designed and a
profitable offering for Chevrolet. This 1962 Chevy II 300 Series
received a full restoration (2009) and is a solid example of this
successful model. The exterior was carefully prepped and repainted
in Honduras Maroon and remains in very good condition. Accents
include excellent chrome/stainless, steel wheels w/small caps,
whitewall radials and rear fender skirts. The interior has been
reupholstered in red vinyl that is very similar to the original
pattern and is also in very good condition. Features include tinted
windows and an aftermarket AM/FM/cassette sound system. Horsepower
is provided by a 194ci straight-six that has been rebuilt to stock
specs and is backed by the venerable 2-speed PowerGlide automatic
transmission. Steering is manual and brakes are 4-wheel drum, also
manual. This is a sweet Chevy II 300 that appears to need nothing
but a new driver. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS".
1962 Chevrolet Chevy II
Location:Concord, North Carolina
Exterior Color:Honduras Maroon
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