How do you take a no nonsense, big block muscle car and make it even more bad ass? You feed its motor twice the amount of fuel through dual quad carburetors, bolt up a heavy duty 4-speed transmission and cover it all in a menacing black and red color combination! Produced at GM’s Atlanta, Georgia assembly plant, this 1962 Biscayne was sprayed in GM code 900 Tuxedo Black Magic Mirror lacquer and immaculately maintained throughout its entire life. The car has never seen any significant repairs to its factory equipped panels, and what you see today is a 100% original body. Thanks to a recent high quality frame-off restoration, those straight panels display exceptional alignment under an incredible basecoat/clearcoat shell, and the car looks tough enough to be Sheriff Bufford Pussers transportation of choice to a backwoods gambling bust. As its subtle fender emblems indicate, this Biscayne is fitted with a correct 409 cubic inch big block V8 which has been completely rebuilt to factory specifications and wears a 1962 exclusive 3788068 casting number and a correct dual quad/4-speed exclusive QB suffix stamp. Behind that professionally rebuilt big block V8 is a correct Borg Warner T-10 4-speed transmission which wears a correct T10 brand and an early 3782212 casting number. That unbreakable transmission sends power to a correctly tagged Posi-traction rear end which is stuffed with earthquake inducing 4.00 Richmond gears and held off the ground by a fully rebuilt double A-arm front and three link rear suspension. Inside this slick ’62 Chevy you’ll find yards and yards of correctly restored GM code 876 red which is centered around front and rear bench seats that wear correct vinyl and cloth covers. If you’re interested in a high-performance Chevrolet, a killer sleeper, or a great starting point for a vintage race car, this ’62 Biscayne is for you!or
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