Car companies were known in the 1950s for major evolutions between the model years, and the most impressive of them all is arguably the 1958 Chevrolet Impala. It was a much more substantial vehicle than the previous year, and in fact, it looked much more like that year\'s Cadillac than it did a Chevy. And when the model year was over, a completely new style debuted. Yes, 1958 was a very exclusive car, and a hardtop with a big block under the true king of this singular design. So a coupe like this knew how to rule the boulevard, and you\'ll feel that same spirit when you drive this authentic example home. HIGHLIGHTS *Glossy later respray of the factory-correct Onyx Black paint *Distinct wide grille lets the coupe look like it owns the road *Desirable hardtop roof with wraparound glass on both front and rear *Impala\'s three taillight design fits into the sculpted tailfin design *Whitewall tires *Rear fender skirts *Dual aerial antennas *Polished dual exhaust tips *Restored tri-tone upholstery *Smooth dash, plush carpeting, and taut headliner for quality fundamentals *Year-correct 348 cubic-inch big block V8 *Tidy and authentic engine bay *Upgraded TH350 three-speed automatic transmission for better cruising There is an authentic feel to this full coupe where it\'s 1958 accurate right down to the engine block. But it also wants to be a cruiser you\'ll want to drive. That\'s why there are well-placed updates, like auxiliary readouts under the dash, the three-speed transmission, and a modern tread behind the classic whitewalls. They\'re useful without spoiling the authentic atmosphere. So if you want to turn back the clock just by turning the ignition key, call today!
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