BangShift.com Should They Do A 2 Door Conversion On This Original 1966 Crew Cab Biscayne? Yes Or No
I’ll never forget when I found out that a Tri-5 Chevrolet was pretty straight forward to swap from a 4-door into a 2-door, and it blew me away. I had just never looked at one that way before. Later on I would fall in love with a car that a dude built and hauled to Famoso for the March Meet and California Hot Rod Reunion every year. It was a 4-door Tri-5 that had been converted to a 2-door on the driver’s side, but left the front and back doors on the passenger side. It was cool and made me smile.
In this video from DD Speed Shop you are going to help make the decision as to whether or not this car should survive as a 4-door cruiser or become something a bit more special with a two-door conversion. I’ll tell you, I am a big fan of wagons and 4-doors for some reason, so it wouldn’t bother me to leave this one alone. But it’s not up to me, it’s up to you!
Watch and let us know what you think should be done to it.
So I picked up a set or 2 door post doors…… What’s a guy to do? So let me know in the comments what you think I should do to this poor, defenseless hot rod. While you all decide the fate of the Biscayne. I finish off the rear end of the car. All new seals in the differential, all the brake shoes, drums, lines ect. Mechanically this old car is ready to hit the road! After a motor and swap swap?