614 E. Auto Center Dr.
This 1962 Chevrolet Biscayne offers that true classic cruiser attitude that delivers just a hint of sleeper. That's why the two-door has cool custom details on the outside, a driver-focused interior, and extra V8 power under the hood.
The '62 Biscayne was the kind of car that announces a new era in styling. Tailfins were dead, and the '60s were going to be all about sharp styling. It includes the dual creases in the hood, pointed rear overhangs, and dual pleats that run the full length of the car. And Chevy made the two-door post body quite desirable with wraparound rear glass. It's this kind of style that made people instantly gravitate towards them and add custom details. This one upholds that tradition with a full blue pinstriping kit against the glossy Ermine White. And have you spotted how the trunk asks "Where were you in '62?" While you're back there, check out the upgrade to the Impala's triple taillight package. Dual exhaust tips and upgraded 15-inch polished alloys give this some sporty style. The whole package likes to strike a balance between attractive additions and a sort of street machine attitude. So it really feels just like the kind of car you would cruise if you were part of the young and hungry American Graffiti crowd.
The blue pinstripe is a preview of the full blue interior. The Biscayne offers plenty of full-size comfort to carry family and friends across two rows of wide benches, but you can really start to see inside how this is more of a street machine built around the driver. You get a wood and chrome sports steering wheel, and beyond that, the dash is upgraded with modern SunPro white-faced auxiliary gauges. And that large tach goes really well with the Hurst floor shifter.
Under the hood, the polished components and checkered firewall really let you know they made this V8 a bit hotter. The 350 cubic-inch motor has been upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and headers feeding the dual exhaust w/Flowmasters. This enhanced power package fires up eagerly like it's ready to hit the streets, and the four-speed manual transmission gives you complete control over it all. And features like front disc brakes and wide modern tires make this a confident driver.
It's time to tell your own American Graffiti story, and this distinctly different Biscayne knows how to do it right. Call today!!!
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