It should have a tag on the backside of the lower limb giving some specs such as the draw length and weight range. Also string and cable lengths.
You say it says 62 so I'll assume it's a 50/60 model. It's not a bad bow, a tad above entry level and should have a single cam if I remember right. It's probably a 2004 or 2005 model so is not outdated. If it's necessary to change the drawlength for you then it should be ajustable up or down 1" from what it's marked without having to change a module. If it's outside this range then you can change the module to go either way, longer or shorter. Almost anybody that sells Bear bows should have them in stock.
I hate to do this because memory fails me at times, but the I think the average retail on the bow was $399 or so. It's not top end, but it's not a piece of crap either.
You might be able to fish around at www.fredbearoutdoors.com
and find out more.