1963 Chevy Biscayne Wagon – Chevrolet restyled their vehicles for 1963, with the Biscayne Series receiving updates to their grilles, bumpers, hoods, red deck, and side panels. The fenders in both the front and rear now had a V-shape. New full-length upper body moldings were added and Chevrolet badges were placed on the rear fenders. Small hubcaps became standard, adding another elegant design cue aimed at making the vehicle look even more luxurious. Inside, standard equipment included a heater and defroster, dual sun visors, front door armrests, vinyl embossed headliners, crank-operated venti-panels, directional signals, electric windshield wipers, an ashtray, and color coordinated vinyl-coated rubber front covering.
Wagons may have originally been popular for hauling a large family around town. The same use is true today but they are also the very definition of “cool”. Where else can you find these sweeping body lines? What other ride allows you to arrive in such style for under $2ok these days? Flip up the rear seat and you can haul 9 passengers with ease. Or, leave it down and use all that rear space for storage. Need additional space for your surfboards? … strap on a roof rack and head to the beach without worry. Some may even have the vision to pair a reliable late-model drivetrain with these classic good looks to get the best of both worlds. This Biscayne Wagon would be a great base for such a build. The paint is obviously not original and looks to be have been done 10-15 years ago. You can find minor paint imperfections upon close inspection and the rear facing seat was left original when the other seats were restored. A complete list of features included; 350 V8, 5 Speed Manual, Hurst Shifter, Power Steering & Brakes, 2 Door, Fold Down 3rd Seat, Two-Tone Paint, Dual Exhaust, Chrome Grill, Cloth Floormats, Kenwood AM/FM/CD Stereo, Tinted Glass, 17″ American Racing Torque Thrust Wheels, and thick ZR-Rated Tires!