1962 Corvette Convertible, two tops, the last C1 Solid Axle Corvette VIN #14531, 327-300 hp, 4 speed, numbers match, 39,520 actual miles per past owner who purchased in 1965. Triple Black... Tuxedo Black paint, interior, and soft top. A ten year body-off restoration that won first place at the first car show entered and recently (2015) professionally restored for show. NCRS Top Flight award in August 2015. Numbers matching motor and transmission. Optioned with auxiliary hardtop, T-10 transmission, Wonderbar radio, off road exhaust, sunvisors, windshield washers, courtesy light, heater, seat belts, hubcaps, and 6.70x15" white stripe tires. Most all factory correct type components including jack, jack tools, trunk mat, trunk liner, taillight cones, rebound straps, washer system, shifter, shielding, air cleaner, generator, spark plug shields, hoses, hose clamps, guide Y-50 mirror, owners manual, and sales brochure. Documented with the original 1965 purchase invoice, 1968 registration, 1967 safety inspection certificate, history write-up, and 2014 "Last 62" state license plate. Looks, runs, and drives excellent. This is the last C1 solid axle Corvette produced and is historically important! Email: email@example.com
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