The award-winning 1962 Chevrolet Corvette convertible is heading to Mecum Auctions in 2022.
The first Corvette generation, often known as the C1, was unveiled by Chevrolet in 1953.
Since this generation launched the Corvette, many classic vehicle enthusiasts only desired to acquire a C1.
The final first-generation Corvette would be up for auction at Mecum Auctions' Kissimmee event in January 2022, providing a fantastic opportunity to purchase one.
The Last Of The C1 Chevrolet Corvettes
This 1962 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible, which bears the serial number 20867S114531,
marks the transitional year between the first-generation C1 Corvettes and the second-generation C2 Sting Rays, which hit the market as 1963 models.
The C1 Corvette's solid axle was renowned, but Chevrolet replaced it in the C2 with an independent rear suspension.
The ranking claims that the 1962 Corvettes are the greatest of their generation.
This is so that Zora Arkus-Duntov, de facto chief engineer of the Corvette, could make the first-generation Vettes the most adaptable C1s ever with
the greatest handling, smoothest ride, and least amount of body roll during turns. Chevrolet also made aesthetic adjustments to the C1 in its last year.
A Rare Triple-Black 1962 Corvette Convertible
This final 1962 Corvette Convertible came off the production line as very rare triple-black model – with a Tuxedo Black exterior