The legendary Corvette has always been leading edge in terms of
style and performance.
This 1962 Vette retains the classic bodylines of the 1st Generation
Vette, but under the hood hides something completely different. The
vaunted Super Charged LT4 found in the C7 Z06 with a staggering 650
Horsepower and 650 ft-lbs of tire shredding torque.
Finished in a gorgeous Silver with stunning Red Leather Interior by
Al Knoch, the bumpers and trim have been painted black to match the
wheels. A matching Hardtop is included and a Red Power Soft Top is
activated by a key fob remote.
A true Resto-Mod, this Vette has been outfitted with top notch
components including Wilwood Disc Brakes, Independent Rear
Suspension and much more!
A real head turner with an amazing drivetrain!!!
- New GM Crate LT4 Supercharged V8
- New GM 8L90E 8-Speed Automatic Transmission
- Wilwood Power Disc Brakes
- Kugel Independent Rear Suspension
- In-Board Rear Brakes
- Posi Rear End with 3.90 Gears
- New Frame
- Power Soft Top
- Vintage Air A/C
- Billet Specialties Steering Wheel
- Leather Interior by Al Knoch
- Bluetooth Radio
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About the C1 Corvette:
The Chevrolet Corvette (C1) is the first generation of the Corvette
sports car produced by Chevrolet. It was introduced late in the
1953 model year and produced through 1962.
Four taillights appeared on the 1961, a treatment that continues to
this day. Power ratings for the dual-four barrel engines did not
change (245 hp and 270 hp) but this was the last year of their
availability. This was the last year for contrasting paint colors
in cove areas, and the last two-tone Corvette of any type until
1978. Also debuting in 1961 was a new boat-tail design later used
on the C2.
The 1962 model year was the most popular and the last Corvette with
a solid-rear-axle suspension that was used from the beginning. With
two new engines it was also the quickest. Engine displacement
increased with the introduction of the 327 cu in (5,360 cc) engine,
but dual 4-barrel carburetor engines were no longer available.
Hydraulic valve lifters were used in the base 250 hp and optional
300 hp engines, solid lifters in the optional carbureted 340 hp and
fuel-injected 360 hp versions. Rocker panel trim was seen for the
first time, exposed headlights for the last, until 2005. This was
the last Corvette model to offer an optional power convertible top
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