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It’s all in the stance.

Posted in Chevrolet, Custom, Expensive Cars, Fast Cars, Favorite Cars, Movies by MrAngry | August 15th, 2010 | 1 Response |

What you are looking at here is a 1961 Chevrolet Biscayne that was sitting curbside in downtown Monterey last night. When I first saw it I immediately had visions of this thing running away from revenuers with a trunk full of moonshine. The car was sleek, low and all business. What really caught my eye though was its stance. In my opinion the owner has done everything right with this car. It was shod with old school torque thrust D’s, had a beautiful yet simple red leather interior that was redone to stock specs and a ride height that was simply perfect. Both front and back wheels were tucked in right under the fender lips covering maybe the first 1-1.5 inches of the tires. In total it sat maybe 6 inches off the ground, which was perfect. I always find that what you set your ride height at when building a custom car can either make it or break it and this old Biscayne is a perfect example of that.

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  1. Shahroz says:

    tasteful customization is hard to find these days but,this chevy is a prime example of how a car should be customized!