1963 Chevrolet Biscayne 409 "Jungle Fever" idling

This beast belongs to a friend of mine and the mighty 409 just came back to life again (no mufflers yet)...way too loud for my camera! There's still some work to finish but everyone is looking forward to see this car on the street (and on the track?) again... It's believed to be a former NHRA B/Stock drag car, writing on fenders says "Jungle Fever". It was always a race car since 60s and was featured in "Super Chevy" Magazine in the early 90s. It spend some time in the UK as well and finally came to Germany last year. We're still trying to find out more about its history...maybe YOU can help us?

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1962 Chevrolet Biscayne For Sale
http://www.ClassicCarBuyingSecrets.com Click now for an instant download on "How to Avoid the 7 Deadliest Mistakes of Buying a Classic Car Online"! To see over 100 pictures of this car visit http://inventory.vanguardmotorsales.com/vanguardautos/inventory/details/211 11A183592 VIN 21111A183592 The previous owner of this beautiful Biscayne was a car collector from Akron, Ohio. As a young man, he was fascinated with two vehicles at the race track; the Hemi Cuda and the 409 Biscayne. After he returned from Vietnam, his dream was to own one of those dream cars. He purchased this 409 Biscayne, "as-is" from a man in Pennsylvania who had frame-off restored the car in 2010. This car was produced at GM's Atlanta Georgia assembly plant, and was originally a black 6 cylinder. As his wife got sick he decided to slowly sell his collection, and this vehicle was the last one left. Documentation for this Biscayne includes a reproduction 1962 Chevrolet Passenger Car Owners Guide, an owner history that dates to 1988, a cam card, a stack of restoration receipts, miscellaneous manuals for aftermarket parts, Dupont paint codes, and stickers. Mechanics 1963 Dual Quad 409 QB Block, Professionally Rebuilt Dyno Tested at 429hp and 453lb.ft. of Torque Engine is Bored .030 Over by Crown Speed Equipment in Meadville, Pennsylvania Engine is now 474ci Ross Pistons, Eagle H-Beam Rods Correct Dual Quad Aluminum Intake Carter 4 Barrel Carburetors Correct Dual Snorkel Air Cleaner Rebuilt, and Highly Sought After, 1962 690 Heads Solid Lifters, Titanium Push Rods, Roller Rockers and Stainless Steel Valves Competiton Camshaft, Scat 454 Crankshaft 10.5 to 1 Compression Ratio Muncie 4- Speed Manual Transmission New Externally Balanced 454 Flywheel Centerforce Clutch Disc Posi-Traction Rear End with 3.70 Richmond Gears MSD Distributor, Painted MSD Coil, Correct AC Delco Packard Suppression Wires Rebuilt Original Double A-Arm Front and 3 Link Rear Suspension New Polygraphite Bushings Original Manual Steering Box Stainless Fuel Lines Factory Correct Manual Drum Brakes 2.5" True Dual Exhaust System with Stainless Steel Pipes Flowmaster Dual Chamber Mufflers Factory Exhaust Manifolds Delco Generator New Parking Brake Radiator is in Great Shape Heater Delete Body Frame-Off Restoration Beautiful Dupont Cardinal Red Paint, Painted in 2010 Original Color was Black Factory Original Sheet Metal/Body Panels Factory Gold Hood Springs All New Glass Refinished Trunk, Correct Spatter Paint Correct Trunk Mats, Correct Spare Tire, Correctly Painted Red Wheel Firewall is Painted to Match Doors Fit and Operate Great Door Jams are Clean and Solid Correct T3 Headlights Gorgeous Tail Lights Stainless Trim Looks Great New Rubber Seals Emblems are Beautiful Bumpers Have Been Replaced Frame is Solid Undercarriage is Clean and Nicely Painted Rockers are Straight, Solid and Nicely Painted New Floor Pans New Gas tank 14" Steel Sand Blasted and Painted Wheels with Beautiful Nut Covers Tubeless BF Goodrich Silvertown Tires 8x14 4 Ply Interior New Red Interior (Factory Correct Color) New Carpet New Headliner New Door Skins Correct Red Vinyl and Cloth Biscayne Seat Covers Beautifully Painted Red Dash Door Handles and Cranks Look to Be Original Steering Wheel is in Great Shape Chrome Spaghetti Shifter Horizontal Speedometer, Fuel Gauge and a Temperature Gauge MoonEyes Sun Tach Autometer Gauges - Water Temperature and Oil Pressure Modern Alpine AM/FM Cassette Player is Hidden in the Stainless Tissue Box Kenwood Speakers Wipers Work Aftermarket Gauges Don't Miss Out! Call Tom 7 Days a Week, Including Holidays! 248-974-9513 tom@vanguardmotorsales.com www.vanguardmotorsales.com

132863 / 1962 Chevrolet Biscayne
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/7qw33my How do you take a no nonsense, big block muscle car and make it even more bad ass? You feed its motor twice the amount of fuel through dual quad carburetors, bolt up a heavy duty 4-speed transmission and cover it all in a menacing black and red color combination! Produced at GM's Atlanta, Georgia assembly plant, this 1962 Biscayne was sprayed in GM code 900 Tuxedo Black Magic Mirror lacquer and immaculately maintained throughout its entire life. The car has never seen any significant repairs to its factory equipped panels, and what you see today is a 100% original body. Thanks to a recent high quality frame-off restoration, those straight panels display exceptional alignment under an incredible basecoat/clearcoat shell, and the car looks tough enough to be Sheriff Bufford Pussers transportation of choice to a backwoods gambling bust. As its subtle fender emblems indicate, this Biscayne is fitted with a correct 409 cubic inch big block V8 which has been completely rebuilt to factory specifications and wears a 1962 exclusive 3788068 casting number and a correct dual quad/4-speed exclusive QB suffix stamp. At the top of the engine, a chrome dual snorkel air cleaner pushes air into two correct 3361S Carter 4-barrel carburetors which are bolted between fresh stainless fuel lines, a correct glass fuel bowl and a correct dual quad aluminum intake. At the sides of that intake, correct cylinder heads wear distinctive chrome valve covers with correct "409 turbo Fire" decals; and below that intake, a correct solid lift cam gives the car a brawny, stoplight shaking idle. At the back of the engine, a correct points distributor sends power from a correct coil to AC Delco Packard TV R Suppression wires. And at the sides of the engine, correct factory Exhaust manifolds sit behind a correctly tagged Delco-Remy generator which spins on a fresh V-belt. Behind that professionally rebuilt big block V8 is a correct Borg Warner T-10 4-speed transmission which wears a correct T10 brand and an early 3782212 casting number. That unbreakable transmission sends power to a correctly tagged Posi-traction rear end which is stuffed with earthquake inducing 4.00 Richmond gears and held off the ground by a fully rebuilt double A-arm front and three link rear suspension. Braking is handled by factory correct manual drums at each corner, steering comes courtesy of a correct manual rack; and Exhaust flows through a true dual factory replacement system which is complete with polished down pipes, aluminized tail pipes and new, great sounding mufflers. Above the suspension rust free floorpans are sprayed in satin black paint and all lines, hoses, brackets and fasteners, which were completely replaced at the time of restoration, show little to no weathering. And at the corners of the car, black 14 inch steel wheels wear stainless Chevrolet hubcaps inside of 7.75-14 US Royal Safety 800 redline tires which do their very best to keep the tall 4.00 gears happy. Inside this slick '62 Chevy you'll find yards and yards of correctly restored GM code 876 red which is centered around front and rear bench seats that wear correct vinyl and cloth covers. At the front of the car, a body-matched dash holds a horizontal speedometer, a fuel gauge and a temperature gauge above thin stainless trim and chrome knobs for the cars accessories. And at the sides of the car, simple red door panels are detailed with new red armrests and new chrome handles. Mounted in the center of the dash is a correct radio delete, and mounted to the side of the red steering column is a cool chrome Sun Tach which looks so natural that most casual observers will think it's an OEM piece. Connecting the driver to the road is a correct Biscayne steering wheel which is centered on a flashy, multi-dimensional horn button, and a chrome spaghetti shifter which does a great job of sliding a white cue ball shift knob around the cars bench seat. If you're interested in a high-performance Chevrolet, a killer sleeper, or a great starting point for a vintage race car, this '62 Biscayne is for you! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome car!