1970 Chevrolet Biscayne Review
Biscaynes Rule! — My first car was a Biscayne, please don't be jealous. It was an old State of Michigan vehicle and it was light blue. It had a 400 small block and it went really really really fast! I personally never drove it over 140 mph.
Cons: I don't own it anymore.
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