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1967 Chevrolet Biscayne Sedan

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The Chevrolet Biscayne was a series of automobiles produced by the American manufacturer Chevrolet between 1958 until 1972. Named after a show car displayed at the 1955 General Motors Motorama, the Biscayne was the least expensive model in the Chevrolet full size car range (except the 1958 only Chevrolet Delray). The absence of most exterior and fancy interior trimmings remained through the life of the series, as the slightly costlier Chevrolet Bel Air offered more interior and exterior trimmings at a price significantly lower than the mid-line Chevrolet Impala.

Biscayne's were produced primarily for the fleet market, though they were also available to the general public particularly to those who wanted low cost, no frills transportation with the convenience, room and power of a full size automobile. While most Biscaynes were sold with a six cylinder engine through the late 1960's, the V8 engine became the more popular powerplant by the early 1970's.
The Biscayne was usually built as a two- or four door sedan, although a four door station wagon was available between 1962 and 1968. The 2-door sedan was dropped after 1969, and consequently from 1970 to 1972 the only Biscayne model available was a four door sedan.

Many of the luxury convenience options available on the more expensive full sized Chevrolet models, such as power windows, were not available on the Biscayne. However, customers could purchase a Biscayne with any of Chevrolet's high output big block V8 engines and performance oriented transmissions, including the floor mounted 4-speed manual transmission with Hurst shifter and low ratio final drive. Original production numbers of cars built this way were very low, and examples of these high performance cars are highly sought after by collectors today. Notably, Baldwin Chevrolet of Long Island, New York, became famous for offering the "Street Racer Special," a 1968 Biscayne coupe with dealer fitted high performance 427 cubic inch V8, and heavy duty suspension components, turning the Biscayne into a serious drag car. Biscaynes with high performance equipment were often nicknamed "Bisquick" by enthusiasts.

Like the slightly upscale Bel Air, Biscaynes were easily identified by the use of two taillights per side; the only exceptions to this were in 1959 and 1972. The more expensive Impala (and later Caprice) had three taillights per side. The Biscayne was largely devoid of exterior chrome trim and was normally fitted with small hubcaps, though several exterior trim pieces and upgraded wheel covers were available at extra cost. Interior trim was spartan, with lower grade cloth and vinyl or all vinyl upholstery trim, a standard steering wheel with center horn button, and rubber floor mats. Slight upgrades were made throughout the life of the series.

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Fresh Pro Touring Build Of A Solid Southern Vehicle, Very Nice Clean Floors And Frame
Built And Strong Crate Chevrolet 502-cid, 550-hp Big-Block V-8 Engine
Billet Aluminum Serpentine Belt System
Electric Fuel Pump
High Torque Mini Starter
Aluminum Intake System With Holley Dual Feed Carburetor
Classic Aluminum Finned Valve Covers
Dual Massive Electric Thermostatically Controlled Cooling Fans Keep The Aluminum Radiator Nice And Cool, Tied In A Billet Over Flow Tank
Mallory Electronic Ignition Provide The Fire Power
Fresh Built 12 Bolt Positraction With Mid 3's Gears
Smooth Effortless Power Steering With New Front Suspension
Massive 3 Inch Cross Flow Exhaust System With Turbo Mufflers Is Fed By Custom Built Headers
Fresh Built Turbo 400 Automatic Transmission With GEAR VENDORS OVERDRIVE.... Switch Activated
Tubular Front Control Arms, Rebuilt Rear Suspension
Custom Auto Meter Gauges
All New Wiring Harness With New Fuse Panel
Smooth Firewall, Nice and Clean Look
New Rubber Weatherstrip
Wildwood 4 Wheel Disc Brake Conversion Fully Adjustable With Valve, Cross Drilled rotors
•Tilt steering column
Vintage Air Conditioning And Heat
•Custom Billet Two Piece Aluminum Wheels Similar In Style To Rally Wheels, Fronts Are 275-35-VR18 And Rears Are 305-35-VR20
•Redline tires
Custom Stereo System With Kick Panel And Rear Shelf Speakers, IPod Connector, Trunk Mounted Amplifier
•Auto Meter gauges
GORGEOUS BASE COAT CLEAR COAT BLACK PAINT OVER A SOLID BODY, BULIT STRIGHT PAINT AND BODY
All New Soft Vinyl Bench Interior, With New Door Panels And Headliner..
•Very nice SHOW QUALITY presentation throughout

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