The 1962 Corvette looked cleaner with the subtraction of some chrome and the deletion of the two-tone paint option.
The 1962 Corvette looked cleaner with the subtraction of some chrome and the deletion of the two-tone paint option. This also marked the last of the straight-axle Corvette, and was now offered with a 327ci small block V8. The introduction of a special racing package called “Sebring” offered true enthusiasts a direct-flow exhaust system, larger wheels, a 24-gallon fuel tank, 4-speed gearbox, Posi-Traction rear axle, metallic brake linings, and a heavy-duty suspension. The most desired option was the 327 V8 “fuelie” rated at 360 hp.The 1962 Corvette looked cleaner with the subtraction of some chrome and the deletion of the two-tone paint option.
|2-Dr. Convertible||14,531||Total Production||14,531|
|Engine||Size||Carb.||HP||Torque||0 to 60||Quarter mile|
|V8||327ci||Ram Jet Fuel Injection||360hp||352 lb-ft||5.9 sec||14.2 sec @ 104 mph|
- 2-Speed Powerglide Automatic
- 3-Speed Manual
- 4-Speed Manual
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