1962 Chevrolet Bel Air Bubble Top 409 CI V-8 engine


Description


409 CI V-8 engine
4-speed manual transmission
Factory Code 900 Tuxedo Black exterior
Code 872 Red cloth/vinyl interior
Bench seat
Cue ball shifter
Tachometer
Torque Thrust D wheels
Goodyear tires
This 1962 Chevrolet checks a lot of the cool boxes as it is equipped with the venerable big-block engine and a 4-speed manual transmission, while also being a seldom-seen midlevel Bel Air Bubble Top Coupe.
This Chevrolet is highly coveted in collector’s circles, thanks to its exceedingly rare equipment combination. Nicely, too, Bubble Top Chevrolets always seem to continually and steadily rise in value over time, regardless of what the rest of the muscle car market is doing. The 409 just makes it climb even more. Painted in factory-correct Code 900 Tuxedo Black with Code 872 Red cloth-vinyl upholstery inside, the rare performance brawler has a cue ball shifter, tachometer, bench seat and rolls on Torq Thrust D wheels shod with Goodyear tires. Overall, the Bel Air presents exquisitely well and looks like the full-size Chevrolet someone looking for the lightest car that would accommodate a big-block would want. Depending on the source, the Bel Air was even lighter than the stripped-down Biscayne, thanks largely to the doors—interesting, considering the Bel Air was offered with more upscale amenities.
1962 Chevrolet Bel Air Bubble Top 409 CI V-8 engine
$ 16,300.00
409 CI V-8 engine
4-speed manual transmission
Factory Code 900 Tuxedo Black exterior
Code 872 Red cloth/vinyl interior
Bench seat
Cue ball shifter
Tachometer
Torque Thrust D wheels
Goodyear tires
This 1962 Chevrolet checks a lot of the cool boxes as it is equipped with the venerable big-block engine and a 4-speed manual transmission, while also being a seldom-seen midlevel Bel Air Bubble Top Coupe.
This Chevrolet is highly coveted in collector’s circles, thanks to its exceedingly rare equipment combination. Nicely, too, Bubble Top Chevrolets always seem to continually and steadily rise in value over time, regardless of what the rest of the muscle car market is doing. The 409 just makes it climb even more. Painted in factory-correct Code 900 Tuxedo Black with Code 872 Red cloth-vinyl upholstery inside, the rare performance brawler has a cue ball shifter, tachometer, bench seat and rolls on Torq Thrust D wheels shod with Goodyear tires. Overall, the Bel Air presents exquisitely well and looks like the full-size Chevrolet someone looking for the lightest car that would accommodate a big-block would want. Depending on the source, the Bel Air was even lighter than the stripped-down Biscayne, thanks largely to the doors—interesting, considering the Bel Air was offered with more upscale amenities.

Additional information

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Bel Air Bubble Top
Year: 1962
Doors: 2
Mileage: 16983
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Type: Gas
Interior Color: Red
Exterior Color: Tuxedo Black
Vehicle Identification Number: 21637L186822
United States, Virginia, Richmond
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