The Paint: Torch Red single stage, very glossy and deep, traditional contrasting pin-striping by Mackie, excellent trim and bright work
The Engine: Chevrolet 427 CID Big block, dual-quad, L88 hydraulic camshaft profile, electronic ignition, coated headers, very well built, and runs excellent!
The Transmission: GM 700R4 automatic with overdrive , floor shift
The Differential: GM 12 bolt with 4.10 gear ratio and Posi-Traction
The Suspension: Factory front and rear, rebuilt
The Interior: Two-tone Grey cloth bench seat, fully matching headliner, door panels, carpeting and rear seat
Full instruments including a column mounted tachometer
Rosewood steering wheel
Power front disc brakes
Windshield wipers work
All window glass is nice
Turn signals work
All lights work
All new wiring and fuse block
15” Weld Star polished aluminum wheels with nice radials
Have you been looking for a desirable hot rod that would be fun and easy to drive, maybe take to a car show or cruise-in? Perhaps a cool lookin', strong running classic that not only covers all of the a-fore mentioned, but is additionally, very comfortable and has plenty of room inside?
This 1960 Chevy Biscayne may just be the perfect ride! Obviously a very cool Chevy in the first place, but this Biscayne is very nicely built, very reliable, and has many of the classic Hot Rod ques we all love. Such as, an aggressive stance, bright red paint, classic pin-striping, and an excellent running big block, dual quad 427!
Add to all of this, an automatic transmission with overdrive, power steering, and disc brakes, what you have here is a beautiful '60 Chevy that easy for anyone to drive!
The interior is finished in a very comfortable, nicely contrasting two-tone gray cloth, that can also accommodate several passengers.
This is a classic car that you can win a trophy with at a car show, drive it anywhere you want without worry, and if you notice the size of the trunk, you can take practically everything you own with you.
The undercarriage is clean and dry, and you won't find rust anywhere including the floor pans, the frame, or the rocker panels. Yeah, it's safe to say this is one very nice well thought out, excellent performing and driving 1960 Chevrolet Biscayne sedan. Kinda reminds me of that classic Bob Seger tune, “Night Moves”, Remember...?
“Out past the cornfields where the woods got heavy. Out in the back seat of my '60 Chevy.”
Makes me want to own one of these cars even more!