1962 Corvette Ben Moore #18 Fuelie Race Car with RPO-687 heavy duty brakes, suspension, fast steering adapter, 3.70 posi, wide wheels and double front sway bars (part of Sebring Race Package). Also has pro-mounted Maroon roll bar with drill test hole. Honduras Maroon paint with Fawn interior, White racing stripes (ghost) with original seats, dash pad, gauges, steering wheel, and a full tonneau cover when found. Also had a small driver side racing windshield, rally racing lights, and a hardtop earlier in its life. VIN #20867S101361 was raced by Ben Moore (Hauser Chevrolet) in 1962.
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