Paw Paw, MI
It may look pretty tame from the outside, but Keith Singleton has made sure his '67 Biscayne is all boulevard bruiser under the hood. This Biscuit sports a 406ci small-block backed by a built Turbo 350 and runs the power back to a 4.11:1-geared 12-bolt rear. His big Chevy was refrigerator-white, but he painted it Marina Blue, a hue he thinks is the best The General has ever sprayed. By the way, the newly blue Biscayne runs 12.64 at 104 mph. "Thanks to all the tech articles in CHP," says Keith, "I was able to do all the work myself, although I had a friend help me spray the car." Don't sweat it; we all need a helping hand sometime.