This 1965 Chevrolet Biscayne comes with a list of freshly restored and replaced equipment so long, it would probably be easier to just tell you what isn't new. The photos speak for themselves, but this is one of those rare cars that’s actually even better in person than it appears in photos, and with a big block and a 4-speed, the best view is probably from behind the wheel.
The restoration looks really expensive, and it starts with the gorgeous Raven Black paint. There is nothing subtle about it, and the high quality of the body and paint speaks very loudly. The all-new 1965 styling is a slam-dunk as far as we are concerned, giving the Biscayne some real swagger on the street and an upscale look that should appeal to everyone. Fit and finish are exemplary, with some of the best gaps we've seen on one of these cars, and a shine that's as deep as the Grand Canyon. Those are some of the biggest quarter panels in automotive history, and they show straight enough to calibrate.