62 Chevy Bel Air Sport Coupe Bubbletop 409-Rare Race Car-Documented from Day1
- Condition: Used
- Make: Chevrolet
- Model: Bel Air/150/210
- SubModel: Sport Coupe Bubbletop 409
- Type: Coupe
- Doors: 2
- Year: 1962
- Mileage: 62,110
- VIN: 21637S287819
- Color: White
- Engine size: 8
- Fuel: Gas
- Transmission: Manual
- Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive
- Interior color: Red
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1962 Chevrolet Bel Air/150/210 Sport Coupe Bubbletop 4091962 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Coupe Bubbletop 409
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RARE RACE CAR – FULL DOCUMENTATION/OWNERSHIP PEDIGREE - COMPLETELY RESTORED - ONLY 200 EVER MADE - MINT CONDITION!!
- 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Coupe Bubbletop 409
- Ermine White Exterior/Red Leather Interior
- 409 with a 425 Factory Cam Upgrade, that was and is the highest upgrade and is most desirable option. Motor completely rebuilt.
- Car scored 992 points at a Late Great Chevy Convention in Des Moines
- Fully Documented from Day 1
- First Stock Car to Break 11 second 1/4 Mile Barrier
- Flawless Re-Done Interior
- Includes entire ownership history over entire lift of car including Original Certificate of Title, Original Invoice from Boardman Chevrolet in Valley of Nebraska, and a letter from Chevy Corporate from 1967 congratulating the original owner of purchase. Includes nearly every purchase order, certificate of title, insurance card, and other items are included and been recorded to help trace the originality/ownership history of the car.
- Equipped from factory with 409cu/490hp motor with 4 speed manual transmission. All drive-train parts of car are original and includes all matching numbers. Purchased new from Boardman Chevrolet in 1962 by Michael Kojedki; the original Belair, of which less than 200 were produced, was delivered on June 27, 1962. This “409” won and comes with several NHRA trophies that it won during this time period. According to 2nd owner Roger Sortino, it won its class every single week, was raced with all factory equipment (including radio and heater), and motor was never once disassembled for blueprinting or balancing. In late 1963, Roger Sortino sold it back to the original owner Mike Kojedki who traded it in a year later back to Boardman Chevrolet.
- Roger then bought the car back again in 1990 and owned it for several years before selling it to 409 guru and renowned early 60’s Chevy restorer Ed Pogue in 2003. Pogue is a very well regarded restorer of ’58-’65 Chevrolet’s as well as a noted drag racer who claims many 1962 “409” trophies to his name. Pogue restored the 1962 Bel Air Sport Coupe to its excellent condition where Roger Sortino purchased the car back again.
- Finest and most documented examples of 1962 Bel Air Sport Coupe Bubbletop “409” you will find.
- Real deal with documentation and ownership pedigree
- Recent similar sales shown these cars going over $200k without much documentation or as nice of condition.
- Use Premium gas, a bit of sea foam, and an octane booster on occasion. Does not need or want lead.
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