Discussion in '1958-1965 Full size Chevrolet' started by geraldine, Dec 17, 2006.
Just finished getting my 64 Biscayne together and thought I'd share.
Looking good Bud. I'm almost road worthy with my 64 Biscayne also. Yours is looking sweet though.
Looks good Ger!
What kind of trans / rear gear does the car have ?
It's a 340hp power glide car with 3.36 rear axle.
Beautiful car....... I like very much.
Fine Car Paul! Post 'em all!
Your car is the reason Biscayne's have grown in popularity over the year's. They are just as nice, as any other model, Chevy made. Good Luck with the car. Also, that's a nice color. Skip
Geraldine. What a pretty car. I have a Belair, same color, but hasn't looked like that for the last 20 years, which was the last I painted it. Mine is a 6/with the air cooled Powerglide. Poor thing has rust in places where most cars don't even have places. Might make a good race car????? Bob
Thanks everyone for the kind words and a special thanks to Dick Mackenzie for all his help. I look forward to attending one of your events even thou I have no intentions of racing the 409. Paul
where did you find the correct seat upolstery?
Great looking 64,I think you need a good road test to the Blue Suede Cruise in Norwalk Ohio in July
The seats are original and Jim I'am on your way so I'll follow you. Paul
Beautiful !!! Mint original interior is a blessing on Biscayne or Belair !!! Were they plastic covered ?
No plastic seat covers and headliner,package shelf, sun visors, and carpet have been replaced along with dash and trim paint. Thanks Paul
Great looking car! I bet it'll get down the road nicely, too.
I like sedans as much as hardtops and love it when they get the treatment they deserve.
Great car....especially the color! It's not MacRED.
I like MacBlue Too!
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