This 1960 Chevrolet Biscayne has a touch of that ideal sleeper
style. It's a glossy white car with bright chrome bumpers. But then
you add in a big block V8 with a triple-deuce setup,
four-on-the-floor, and a rumbling dual exhaust, and you really get
the full picture on this classic.
The '60 Biscayne is already a desirable classic. This has jet-age
sweeping side trim and tailfins so large that they had to be laid
on their side. And this Biscayne really represents this style
nicely with glossy Ermine White paint, a clean grille, and bright
chrome bumpers. So this has the look of a quality classic. But the
Biscaynes were also great for another reason. These base models
started out as the lighter ones of the Chevy series, and the
pillared body made them stronger, too. So they made for an ideal
base for a power machine. This one subtly announces it's an
old-school street-eater with the large dual exhaust tips and the
competition-style Torq Thrust wheels with extra wide tires in the
The black interior is quite clean and complete. It looks nice with
a fresher feeling on the carpeting, door panels, upholstery,
headliner, and dash. This is a full-size Chevy with room for family
and friends. There's even an upgraded AM/FM stereo w/Bluetooth to
keep them entertained. But the real impression this clean and dark
interior gives is that it wants to get down to speedy business.
That's why you have bucket seats up front with classic racing-style
lap belts. There's an upgraded three-spoke sports steering wheel
that gives you a clear view to the sporty round gauge package.
You've also got a full set of auxiliary readouts mounted cleanly
under the dash. There's an upgraded classic horizon-style tach
prominently mounted on the top center, and that goes well with the
Hurst floor shifter.
The 1960 Chevrolet was at the dawn of big block under the hood of
Chevy cars. This 348 cubic-inch V8 was the top dog of its era, and
we love to see the bold orange really filling up this engine bay.
And the three air grabbers on top are the unmistakable sign of a
triple set of dual-barrel carburetors. This tri power setup made
these Chevys feared on the streets. This one is even built to be a
true driver with upgrades like the HEI distributor and aluminum
radiator. The mighty big block fires up readily, and the lobe of
the cam lets the idle growl a terrific power tune out of the dual
exhaust. Best of all, you get complete control over the soundtrack
of the big V8's fury thanks to the four-speed manual transmission.
This feeds a 10-bolt Positraction rear end, and we even have
receipts documenting nearly $1,500 recently spent here. Plus, power
steering, a comfortable ride, and wide BF Goodrich tires mean this
classic sleeper is far more enjoyable than just a stoplight
This Biscayne is done with all the best classic upgraded you wanted
in a street machine back in the day, and they even integrated a few
of the best in modern times, too. It all makes for an irresistible
custom classic. Call today!!!