CLEAN & SHARP, 348 W/ 3 DEUCES, 4 SPD, NICE INTERIOR, STRAIGHT BOD, FUN MUSCLE!
A 1960 Chevrolet Biscayne done in flat black with shining chrome is a pretty intimidating on its own already. But then you add a clean interior with four-on-the-floor, a big block V8 with a triple-deuce setup, and a rumbling dual exhaust, and now the performance matches the first impression.
For many, this is one of the best years to get a classic Chevy. 1959 models were a bit too daring for some, so when General Motors took some time to scale it back, the result was both unique and handsome. It has all the best features that remind you of the early 1960s. The jet age was in full swing, and you can easily see it with the sweeping side trim. The large chrome bumpers leave a lasting impression as they wraparound the sheetmetal. And the tailfins grew so huge in 1960 that they had to be laid on their side! It resulted in one of the most artful trunk designs ever made. But there is something much more to this car than just nostalgia put to metal. The flat black paint is a modern way of showcasing some muscle, especially in the way this one evenly absorbs all the light around it. Plus, those American Racing Torq Thrust alloys have an aggressive 17/20-inch front/rear stagger to give the stance some serious aggression.
When you open the door, you get the impression that there was plenty of investment to make sure everything felt original, coordinated, and fresh. The gray seats are comfy and complete, and there is barely a sign that anyone had ever sat in any of them. These match nicely with the two-tone gray door panels. And even the striping in the seats nicely goes with the gloss black trim and dash. It's a true time machine feeling right down to the original pod-style gauges and heat/defrost controls. But you'll what be really be focused on are the performance pieces like the auxiliary gauge trio, and that bright stick shift boldly coming out of the floor.
One of our favorite pieces to this car is under the hood. Chevy's big block maxed out at 348 cubic-inches in 1960s. Sure, we would eventually get to that displacement in the small block V8s, but we really love to see the top-dog motor of the era filling every inch engine bay. And the reason why this one looks particularly bright is likely because of a pricey rebuilt that the big block has received to keep it a true power king. Plus, the triple dual carburetor setup made these Chevys feared on the streets. And everyone knows it, too, the moment you fire it up and let the dual exhaust growl. Best of all, you get complete control over the soundtrack of the big V8's fury thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. But you don't have to be just a stoplight racer to appreciate this Biscayne. These have an exceptionally comfortable ride, and now it even has the grip of modern performance tires. So there's much more going on for this Chevy than just it's look and sound of pure intimidation.
Complete with title documentation, you're looking at a unique classic Chevy with all the right moves. So when it's time to grab attention, grab this Biscayne. Call now!!
- AM/FM Radio
- Cassette Player
- Vinyl Interior
- Seatbelts (Front)
- Title Documentation
- Engine Type
- Body Color
- Flat Black
- Body Style
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
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