Inventory Reduction Sale is going on. We have slashed our prices to the bone!! Owner has bought property so any offers will be considered!! Let's make a deal

1935 Buick Sedan 1936 Packard 120 Touring Sedan 1964 Ford Custom Cab Truck 1956 Plymouth Sport Suburban 1954 Chevrolet Bel Air Wagon
thumbnail thumbnail thumbnail thumbnail thumbnail
1962 Chevrolet Biscayne 409 - Web Special Print this page.
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
CarStory Report
We offer financing thru JJBest Bank Call 1-800-872-1965 for approval.