Troubleshooting a 1962 Corvette Engine?

Answer In 1962 Corvette engine size was increased from 283 cubic-inches to 327 cubic-inches. It was also the last year for the solid rear-axle. The years 1953 to 1962 are historically considered the firs... Read More »

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1962 Corvette Components?

The end of the straight-axle, C1 era, the 1962 Corvette was the last of its kind to use a live rear axle. The 1962 Corvette saw several changes in terms of components and specifications from its 19... Read More »

How do I Repair an Overheating 1962 Corvette?

The 1962 Corvette remains a popular choice for classic-car enthusiasts. The model year marked the debut of the 327 engine and the end of the C1, or first, Corvette body style. Because on-board diag... Read More »

What Was the Original Engine in the 1962 Chevy Bel Air?

There were two engines in two basic models of the Chevy Belair for 1962, as the muscle car era was in full swing. The 1500 series had an in-line six while the 1600 series had a V-8 engine as standa... Read More »

1974 Corvette Battery Troubleshooting?

The 1974 was the last year Corvette featured the big block engine. Small suspension changes were made to the front and rear, owing to a new, heavier bumper desgn that added 30 pounds to the weight ... Read More »