This 1962 Corvette marks the last of the C1 generation. Refinements along the decade of Corvette production brings you to this example. A correct Fawn Beige color combination that has been expertly applied in 2010, along with new interior, re-chromed bumpers and the addition of a Edelbrock performer intake and carburetor to supplant the original Rochester fuel injection system. One of 1851 Fawn Beige cars, and having the correct 3782870 62 date coded engine block, the RF suffix makes this out to be a true 360hp Fuelie with T-10 4 speed transmission. Both hard and soft tops accompany the car. The build date is March 22nd, 1962 with a block casting date of B122, February 12, 1962 and an assembly date of March 6, 1962. Fuel injection unit number is 7017360 with a Serial number of 2084.
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