Yeah, yeah, it’s a four-door, and a six-cylinder, and the three-speed is likely on-the-tree. I don’t care, because for about three grand you could have (with my usual caveat – if it’s not rusty) an extremely cool and very durable cruiser. Sounds like the seller has done the important stuff like making sure it starts and stops, so theoretically all you would need to do is keep it in tune and resist any urges to paint it flat black with red wheels. I personally like the two-tone brown, and I just hope that the cut springs don’t make the ride too harsh. BCAS approved!
March 10, 2014
As Seen on Craigslist – 1963 Chevrolet Biscayne