1966 Chevrolet Biscayne Station Wagon
Ground-up $45,000 restoration
396 CID big block V-8 engine from a 1969 Camaro
Four-speed automatic transmission
12-bolt Positraction rear end
Originally built at the former St. Louis assembly plant
Blue exterior and gray interior
New front and rear bumpers
17-inch American Racing wheels on Z-rated tires
Professionally installed Air Tech air ride suspension
Vintage air-conditioning, power steering and power disc brakes
Electric door poppers with remote control
$2,000 Kenwood stereo, hidden speakers and a large subwoofer
Bringing a whole new meaning to the term power hauler, MotoeXotica Classic Cars is proud to present this 1966 Chevrolet Biscayne Station Wagon.
Originally built at the GM factory in north St. Louis, this former family car on red wagon underwent a ground-up restoration, a very high-dollar build. Every nut, bolt and washer is new. It is now a wagon with blue exterior and a gray interior. The new paint and trim are in excellent condition, with only minor blemishes visible upon close inspection. The wagons eight windows are new as are the seals, weather stripping and bumpers. The vehicles lights are in very good condition. The body panels are straight and the doors open via remote; there are no exterior handles. Wagon rides on a professionally installed Air Tech air ride suspension and rolls on BFGoodrich tires, size 235/45VR17 in front and 275/50R17 in back, wrapped around five-spoke American Racing wheels. Drivers assist features include air-conditioning, power steering and power disc brakes.
Inside, the gray leather bench seats are in excellent condition, as is the matching carpet and headliner. The instrument panel is in one piece and theres a two-spoke aftermarket steering wheel facing the driver. The door panels are in very good condition, as are the wagons mirrors and the gearshift lever is in good order. A $2,000 Kenwood AM/FM stereo with CD player, hidden speakers and a large subwoofer in the cargo bay round out this wagons interior.
TheChevrolet Biscaynewas a series ofautomobilesproduced between 1958 and 1972. Named after a show car displayed at the 1955General Motors Motorama. The absence of most exterior and fancy interior trimmings remained through the life of the series, as the slightly costlierChevrolet Bel-Airoffered more interior and exterior features at a price significantly lower than the mid-lineChevrolet Impala. From the early 1960s forward, an easy way to distinguish between the Biscaynes and Bel-Airs and the Impalas and after 1965, Caprices, was to count the taillights. The lower trim cars had four while the others carried six.
Biscaynes appealed to those who wanted no-frillstransportation with the convenience, room and power of a full-size automobile. While most Biscaynes were sold with a six-cylinder engine through the late 1960s, theV-8engine became the more popular powerplant by the early 1970s. The Biscayne was usually built as a two- or four-door sedan, although a four-door station wagon was available between 1962 and 1968. A low-priced, full-size Biscayne station wagon equivalent was available as theChevrolet Brookwoodboth before and after this period. The two-door sedan was dropped after 1969 and consequently from 1970 to 1972 the only Biscayne model available was a four-door sedan.After 1968, the Biscayne station wagon was discontinued, henceforth being sold as theBrookwood.
Competition to this Biscayne Wagon in 1966 included Fords Country Squire Wagon and Dodges Coronet 440 Station Wagon.
This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 19,251 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!
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