Dressed in a stunning white and aqua color combination.
Why be like everybody else when you can make a statement all on your own? That’s why Streetside Classics is pleased to announce this stunning 1964 Chevrolet Biscayne two-door sedan for your consideration. It’s a clean, classic, and somewhat unusual Chevy with just the right amount of appeal for those who are tired of plain ol’ Roman Red. The white top and teal-blue paint is extremely close to the factory’s code 965 (Ermine White and Lagoon Aqua Metallic), which is what the car was wearing when it was born. This color combination will truly stand out among all the white, red, and black Chevys that we all see at every car show. It may not be a neon or bold paint color, but it hugs every body line and curve just as it should, and with grace.
Under that handsome paint job is a straight sheet metal body that emphasizes the clean and chiseled lines of the ’64 Biscayne. Look inside, and you’ll find a beautiful code 852 Aqua and White interior that offers a variety of textures and materials that ties together seamlessly. The two-tone vinyl seating surfaces complement the pleated door panels and plush carpeting to add even more appeal everywhere you look. Interior highlights include the original gauges, an OEM steering wheel, column shifter, original AM radio, and an aftermarket R134a air conditioning unit. The spacious trunk on this Biscayne is finished with black paint and houses the full-size spare tire. The entire ride sits on 14-inch American Racing "Old-Style" Torque Thrust wheels and staggered 215/70/14 front and 225/70/14 rear Hankook blackwall radial tires.
Gallery: 1964 Chevrolet Biscayne 2-Door Sedan Is A Beautiful Cruiser
This Chevy Biscayne is powered by a 283 cubic-inch V8 engine that provides reliable and smooth power to make this sedan an easy cruiser with just enough punch to also make it a fun one. The power steering and power front disc brakes are welcomed additions that help this car run like a dream. The V8 is mated to a TH350 three-speed automatic transmission that’s linked to the original rear end. A newer Flowmaster dual exhaust system rumbles from behind, emitting a tantalizing exhaust note. The engine bay is accurately finished with fresh Chevy Orange paint on the block, chrome valve covers, and a matching air cleaner assembly. Apart from a few dressed-up parts, an aluminum radiator, and the Edelbrock 4-barrel carburetor, this Biscayne’s underhood compartment is not too far off from the way it might have been originally.
The current asking price on this 1964 Chevrolet Biscayne is set at $21,995, and you can make an offer on the car right here. Don’t miss your opportunity to own a little slice of ‘60s American automotive culture with just the right amount of flair to help you stand out.