1962 Chevy Biscayne Restomod-SOLD

Year: 1962

Body off over the top build with extreme attention to detail. Over 15,000 man hours went into this build and it shows. Absolutely only the best parts available were used, no compromises.

This car started life as a completely rust free 409-340hp car out of Hobbs, NM before being transformed into what you see today.

Absolutely stunning Chrysler Fire Red paint with laser straight body work, all gaps and body lines are perfectly even

All trim and chrome is new or redone, over $10,000 spent on chrome alone

New 540ci engine built by Scoggin Dickey in Lubbock, TX. Over 600hp. New GM 502 block with stroker crank. Dart aluminum heads, custom ground cam. Borla fuel injection. Over $30,000 spent on engine alone, not including the Borla injection.

Custom hood scoop built from original hood, center has been sectioned and raised while retaining original body lines

RideTech air suspension, tube A-arms, everything underneath has been chromed, polished or color matched to car

Wilwood 14″ 6 piston disc brakes

New Phoenix Performance Turbo 400 trans with converter specially matched to this cars engine, weight and rear gears

New Currie 12 bolt rear with 3.89 gears

Custom full leather interior

Into wheels