Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1964 Chevrolet Biscayne has the right touch of old-school street machine style. It's a full blackout package with a period-correct small block and four-on-the-floor. Plus, there are just the right amount of upgrades on the V8 and interior to let you enjoy it more in modern times.
The look of this one lies somewhere between sleeper and street machine. After all, the Biscayne coupe was a great way to go incognito in 1964, and this one gets that style right with a clean and complete look that never gets too fancy - right down to the steel wheel with dog dish hubcaps. But the full blackout style really gives it a street machine vibe. The trim-free Biscayne lets the black paint take over, and the tinted windows really add some attitude. And you just get the overall feeling like this one doesn't back down from a blacktop battle. But there's also an overall appeal that goes beyond just a performance style. It's in the quality classic details like the crisp/clean sheet metal creases, and how the two-door post body has wraparound rear glass.
The midnight style continues inside. The deep and dark presentation looks good on the dash, door panels, and carpet. And this full-size Chevy has a more comfortable cruiser style with cloth inserts in the seats, a retro-style AM/FM digital radio, and upgraded speakers. Of course, this one really is all about being a driver's classic. That's why you have the bright floor shifter, water temp readout under the dash, and a handy AutoMeter tach mounted prominently on the steering column.
Under the hood is a very cool setup where you get a period-correct 283 cubic-inch V8 block. This would be the exact kind of motor that would come in a Biscayne back in the day. But now it inhales deeper with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor and an Edelbrock Performer EPS intake. It fires up nicely and makes a sweet tune out of the dual exhaust. You have full control over this V8 package thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. As you look underneath, you'll spot worthwhile investment in pieces like newer bushings and a rear sway bar.
This is the cool midnight classic that loves to deliver the right vintage street machine attitude in an overall cruiser package. Call today!!!
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