Chevy positioned Biscayne as the brand’s no frills large sedan when it went on sale in ’58. Those who craved an abundance of chrome and other niceties needed to go the Bel Air, Impala and Delray route. But this handsome example we spotted in Montauk is equipped with a one-of-a-kind feature that its more upscale platform mates did not have – a pass through in the rear bench for surf boards. Somehow we doubt this was a factory option though (the duck tape and manually cut hole gave it away). The Japanese straw hats are also a nice touch.