The Biscayne was the bottom end of the full-size Chevrolet lineup that included the Impala, Caprice, & Bel Air — which were very similar cars, just differentiated by optional bits of flair. You could option the Biscayne with any high output big block form the Chevy stable or you could wimp out and get an inline-6 like the original buyer of this next car. However, most of the surviving inline-6 cars are rare and inexpensive, so you enjoy 3 on the three and manual single circuit drum brakes…this could be a treat. Find this 1963 Chevrolet Biscayne bidding for $4333 on eBay with 2 days to go located in Van Nuys, CA.
From the seller:
1963 Chevrolet Biscayne. Very original car.
Originally from Alaska Last registered in 1999. It was then re-homed to Utah where it sat for nearly 20 years with an occasional drive around the block. Biscayne aka Biscuit was once again re-homed to us here in Los Angeles where it was to have a chance at stardom! We bought it to use as a film background for mid 60’s to 70’s era films. Look closely maybe you will see her in “Unfrosted”, “MaXXXine” & “The Sympathizer”. Well times and circumstances have changed and Biscuit is to be re-homed once more
This is a base model vehicle all as originally equipped. No power steering or brakes. Biscuit runs and drives nicely for what it is. 6 cylinder, 3 speed manual shift on the column.
When we Biscuit arrived to us she was still wearing her original paint which was very weathered and beyond saving. Biscuit was sanded and re-painted in her original color. The only other repairs we had to do was have the steering column rebuilt, new fuel pump and gas line. All gauges, lights, wipers, everything works as it should. Doors open and close nicely. Biscuit interior is little ruff or worn. Only real rust cancer we’ve seen is at the right rear frame rail and right rear wheel well. View the pics on the Dropbox link and all is revealed. HIGH DEF pics for best results view on full screen Over 100 pics.
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