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ebay listing - http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAP...em=260790679263


The VIN was ran and it came back as a 1960 Biscayne 6 Passenger Wagon, V-8 Car built in Los Angeles, California

I was also told by previous owner that it was a 348 CUI car.

The LS1 engine was pulled along with the transmission and rearend out of a 2002 Chevrolet Camaro that had 3,000 miles on it. The chrome pullies, wiring harness, air filter, alternator and A/C compressor were purchased from Street & Perfomance in Mena, Arkansas. This car will get up and go!!! It also gets roughly 25 MPG on the highway. It has an inline fuel pump that was purchased through JEGS. It has headers that go into two mufflers and Gibson stainless tips that turn out right before the rear wheels. This car sounds mean! All the factory dash gauges work with this setup. (Fuel, Temp, and Speedometer) The rear end has been narrowed by Moser Engineering out of Indiana to accomodate for the 10" wide Boyds filling the wheel wells. The car has 4 wheel power disc brakes which make it stop like a brand new vehicle! The car is also equipped with power steering along with a tilt steering column! All the wiring looks very nice and was not rushed through during installation!

The suspension consists of drop spindles and lowering springs with brand new shocks installed. The wheels are Boyd Coddington Smoothie II's. 17" in the front and 18" in the rear for a nice stance. The tires are made by Goodyear.

The interior has all been replaced with Black Houndstooth. The door panels, headliner, carpet, seat covers, rear carpet, wheel well covers and side panels finishing up to the back are all new. All the metal trim panels and dash were painted Semi-Gloss. As I mentioned earlier, this car has a tilt steering column. The steering wheel is a woodgrain wheel made by Grant. The radio is a stock converted AM/FM/Cassette Player. The Air Conditioning is made by Vintage Air and blows cold. All the factory air controls work with added on A/C. Even being a wagon it will cool you off wherever you are sitting in the car. All the lights work in it also.

The exterior trim and bumpers are in very nice condition. The paint is a nice older paint job. It is a 9 out of 10 due to a few minor paint chips here and there and it has a small bubble of rust on the driver side front fender as shown in a picture below and on the driver side rear window trim on top; there are a couple of bubbles. As far as any other rust issues... there are none. This is a VERY solid car and has been well taken care of through the years and it shows! All the doors open and shut extremely well and the windows roll up and down with ease. All the weatherstripping has been replaced. All the glass is in great shape. The rear tailgate glass shows a few surface scratches and the front window has some minor flaws. The undercarriage is in the same shape as the outside. There is one small soft spot in the rear passenger floorboard which are in the pictures as well. (About the size of a 50 Cent piece) The inner fender wells and inner rockers look great along with the frame!

*THIS CAR HAS HAD LESS THAN 1,500 MILES PUT ON IT SINCE THE DRIVETRAIN, INTERIOR, WHEELS AND SUSPENSION HAVE BEEN ADDED*
 
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