Car: Chevrolet Biscayne 2-door post coupe
What makes it special: It was the least expensive model available in Chevrolet's full-size car range.
What made it famous: It was no-frills. It was void of most exterior and interior trim, and it remained that way through the life of the series.
Why I would want one: It made for great " Super Stock" drag racing potential. It was already trimmed down, and had the available under hood space making it easy to fit a nice big block V8.
Fun fact: You could buy a Biscayne with any of Chevrolet's H.O.Big Block V8's and a 4-speed manual transmission with a Hurst shifter. Baldwin Chevrolet of Long Island, New York, became famous for offering the "Street Racer Special," a 1968 Biscayne coupe with dealer-fitted high-performance 427 cubic-inch V8, and heavy-duty suspension, turning the Biscayne into a serious drag car. Biscaynes with high-performance equipment were often nicknamed "Bisquick" by fans.
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