This sinister-looking 1966 Chevrolet Biscayne is one of approximately 200 built with the L72 427/425 HP big block engine and one of 11 believed to exist today. Ordered in October 1965 by Bader Chevrolet in Fontana, California, it was used by Bader as a drag racer for several years. The L72 big block is backed by a Muncie close-ratio 4-speed and 4.10 Positraction rear end.
Its drag-racing origins are evident in its heavy duty chassis equipment, special-purpose suspension, heavy-duty clutch fan, factory tachometer and rare radio delete, but it presents in award-winning showroom condition after a four-year frame-off restoration completed in 2010. Showing a believed-correct 50,000 miles, this rust-free California car boasts luscious Tuxedo Black paint in combination with a pristine code 876 Red bench seat interior.