This is a 1959 Chevrolet Biscayne with the "Blueflame" 235 cubic inch (3.9 litre) straight-6 engine and manual transmission. The body is by the coachbuilder Fisher and was a one-year-only shape. The Biscayne is not as well known as the Impala model but they share the same body. Think of the Biscayne as an Impala but with less chrome and accessories, making it very easy to maintain.
Over the last year lots of work has been done to the braking, cooling/heating, fuel and ignition systems. The body is very straight and rust free and it is a lovely car to drive. I use it as a weekend car, showing it at country fairs and local meets, as well as some 400 mile round trips between London and Cornwall.
I'm moving on to my next project and asking just £12,495. The car is located near Tavistock on the Devon/Cornwall border. Many thanks for looking.
This awesome 1966 Chevy Impala SS 396 Conv is in great shape and runs even better than it looks. It comes fully loaded with every available option for the year including bucket seat with console gauges,.....