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Vehicle Description HIGHLIGHTS Comprehensive frame-off restoration Approximately 1,000 hours invested 409/380 HP V-8 engine built by Lamar Walden Dual snorkel air cleaner Dual exhaust MSD ignition 4-speed transmission Correct shifter Sun tachometer Rare heater delete car White with Blue bench seat interior Tinted glass Color-matched steel wheels Dog dish hubcaps One of the most-desirable muscle cars ever built, this 409-equipped Chevrolet Biscayne has emerged from a comprehensive, frame-off restoration. The restoration took approximately 1,000 hours to complete and brought this car to a fastidiously clean and authentic level. Suddenly, its 1962 all over again. With the vast majority of 62 Biscaynes coming equipped with a heater, this specific Biscayne is a heater-delete car, a rare situation for the model. The 409 CI V-8 engine was built by Lamar Walden and produces 380 HP; complete with the dual-snorkel air cleaner, a single 4-barrel carburetor and dual exhausts, an MSD Ignition was installed to ensure smart startups. A 4-speed manual transmission with the correct shifter takes the power to the rear wheels while a Sun tachometer keeps the driver informed of whats going on under the hood. Presented in white with a blue split-back bench-seat interior, the Biscayne also features tinted glass, color-matched steel wheels with dog-dish hubcaps and a direct approach to everythingthis car is all business, all muscle and impresses anywhere it goes with its condition, lack of frills and gobs of torque-on-demand. Despite being a heater-delete car, it does have a radio, but the floors are simple rubber mats, in that efficient style so uniquely fitting the Biscayne line. Introduced late in 1961, only 142 409-equipped Chevrolets were built; but, by 1962, word was out about the new fire-breathing V-8 and 15,019 409-equipped Chevrolets were produced. However, only a small percentage of them were Biscaynes, the majority being installed in more luxuriously equipped Impalas. This one, with the extensive restoration, attention to authenticity, heater delete and more, is truly a remarkable example of a rare Biscayne 409.
Stock #1880
ModelBiscayne 409
Transmission4 Speed Manual
Exterior ColorWhite
Interior ColorBlue
New/Used Used
Price $55,000.00 $45,000.00
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