1962 CORVETTE FUEL-INJECTED, 2- TOP ROADSTER #20867S109076. (Stock #3462). 1962 was a special year for Corvettes—the last year of production for the fabulous “C-1” Corvette and the first year of the more powerful 327 cubic inch “V-8” engine which replaced the former 283 cubic inch unit and would then power the following Sting Rays. There were four engine options available in 1962—the 250 hp base engine, the 300 hp up-graded engine, the high performance 340 hp “solid lifter” engine and the rare 360 hp fuel injected engine. Just 1,918 of the highly desirable fuel injected cars were built from a total run of 14,351 1962 Corvettes. Ours is one of those rare original fuel injected cars and was also equipped with the optional and great-looking factory removable hard top as well s its stow-away convertible top. Finished in Ermine White (body and hard top) with an excellent original black interior and matching convertible top, this car is a beautiful “survivor” quality car with its correct date-coded engine, original transmission rebuilt in California at 47,318 miles and a just rebuilt fuel-injection unit. The car spent its first 44 years in California, moving from San Francisco to Bell Canyon, a small community in the Simi Hills just outside of Los Angeles. The car was then sold, in March, 2006, to a collector in Vero Beach, Florida where it has resided in an enthusiast’s collection (which has included another fuel-injected Corvette--a 1957, a Ferrari 330 GTS, a Ferrari 550 Maranello, etc.) We have been fortunate enough to have purchased all of those cars, the ’62 fuelie being the last one to leave his collection. 60,894 miles. $117,500.