Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1967 Chevrolet Biscayne mixes originality with vivid upgrades, and the whole time it never loses that vintage cruiser feeling. So it's great to find a value-priced package like this.
The yellow paint gives this two-door instant distinction. It also makes for a great contrast for the dual racing stripes paced on top and the hockey stick stripes going down the sides. Those 15-inch Eagle Alloys add to the upgraded look while also harmonizing with the form-hugging chrome bumpers. And this car's sporty attitude is well-earned. After all, this was the era when the full-size Chevys had aggressive details, like the kick-up design in the rear and fenders that reached out beyond the body. This is a cool total look done in a driver-quality presentation, so it's easy to enjoy this Chevy on the road.
Those tan and green seats tell you there have been some investment inside, too. But some of the other upgrades are a little subtler, like the tinted windows and the retro-style radio that's really a modern digital tuner. As a full-size Chevy, you have plenty of room for family and friends. In fact, everything is large and easy in this Biscayne, right down to the dash.
Under the hood is a 283 cubic-inch V8. This is believed to be the original motor, and it even has been a little extra flair added to the valve covers and air topper. You want a car like this to be a driver, and so it has features like a QuadraJet four-barrel carburetor, HEI ignition, and long tube headers that add pep and bass to the dual exhaust. The Powerglide automatic transmission, power steering and wide modern tires are why this remains a good driver. There have been more recent investments in new shocks front and rear, as well as some new bushings. That really makes for a solid cruising classic.
We don't often see Biscaynes from this era any more. So to find one that's well-priced and has both cool and quality upgrades makes for an attractive classic. Call today!!!
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