Power Steering: Yes Power Brakes: No Power Seats: No Power Windows: No Air Conditioning: No Radio: No
Some sources suggest Chevrolet build as many as 154 L-72 Biscaynes powered by a 425 horsepower 427 big block. Others put the number as low as 13. Either way, they're incredibly rare museum pieces nowadays and not something one sees on cruise night. This particular 1966 Biscayne was built as a six cylinder grocery getter and delivered to sunny Arizona where it saw easy family car duty for most of its life. Now it's a zero-mile restoration which has been reimagined as an L-72 427 Biscayne. Two stage Nocturne blue paint has been applied to a very nice body. All of the original brightwork was retained and the original bumpers were re-chromed. The interior has also been restored using period correct material. Under the hood is a fresh 454 with HEI ignition, Howard performance cam, Weiand intake manifold and a Holly carb. The Powerglide has been rebuild and beefed up to withstand life with the big block. Painted steelies with dog dishes give it the right street brawler look. So let's go brawl!
Other Biscaynes in our Showroom
1964 - $32,900 Here's a beautifully restored 1964 Chevrolet Biscayne with a 425 horsepower 409 mated to an automatic transmission. The aqua paint and cloth interior look like new. This car is equipped with power steering and brakes with front discs. The dual-quad QP code 409 was rebuilt in 2006 with .030 over pistons and runs like it should. Sale includes original warranty booklet, owner's manual and factory literature.
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