Asking Price: $69,962C1
Don't miss your chance to own this incredible 1962 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible. With its striking appearance, immaculate condition, and exhilarating performance, it is sure to turn heads and provide its new owner with endless driving pleasure. Steve Garrett is the host of CorvetteTodayPodcast and He is the President of the Corvette Club of Kansas City, Missouri; Steve is a Media Contributor and former Moderator on the #1 Corvette website in the world, Corvetteforum.
Preview: Up for auction is this stunning 1962 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible, a true American classic that has been meticulously restored to its original glory. With only 23,857 miles on the odometer, this Corvette is a perfect blend of vintage charm and modern drivability. Featuring a powerful 327 Small Block V8 engine and a 4-speed manual transmission, this Corvette is ready to be enjoyed by its new owner on the open road.
Exterior: The exterior of this Corvette is finished in the correct and eye-catching Honduras Maroon paint. The paint is in excellent condition and truly shines, showcasing the sleek lines and timeless design of this iconic sports car. Complementing the paint are the great chrome accents and trim, which are in superb condition. The car rides on brand new whitewall tires adorned with the correct spinner hubcaps, adding to its classic appeal.
Interior: Step inside the black bucket seat interior, and you’ll find that it is as beautifully maintained as the exterior. The seats, carpeting, and dashboard all exhibit a high level of care and attention to detail. The tachometer dash is a stylish and functional addition to the cockpit, providing the driver with essential information during spirited drives.
Mechanical: Under the hood lies the heart of this Corvette, a 327 Small Block V8 engine that provides ample power and a thrilling driving experience. The engine is mated to a smooth-shifting 4-speed manual transmission, which further enhances the car’s performance and enjoyment factor. This Corvette runs and drives exceptionally well, allowing its new owner the confidence to take it anywhere. The car needs nothing but a new owner to appreciate and enjoy this amazing piece of automotive history.
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It sure is a stunning beauty…the culmination of Corvette’s progress throughout its first generation.
Does this have ac?
Under-the -hood photos as well as the interior views appear to show no evidence of A/C compressor apparatus nor passenger airflow outlets of what would have to be an aftermarket A/C system — since Chevrolet did not offer factory A/C in the first-generation (C1) Corvette.