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YAK Car Pic of the Day

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Here’s another of Katie’s shots from the C.T.C. Auto Ranch down near Ft. Worth, TX. It’s a 1960 Chevy Biscayne four-door sedan, which was “this close” to being the cheapest full-sized Chevy you could buy in 1960 — there was still the Utility Sedan with no back seat, the six-cylinder model of which sold for a mere $2,175. This red four-door had a starting list price of $2,316 for the 235.5 CID six, or $2,423 for the 283 CID V-8 model. From this angle you get a really good sense of the scope of the tailfins. Like a lot of the cars down there, the sheet metal was virtually rust-free.

— Jim Corbran, Y’all Auto Know