This 1958 Chevrolet Impala 2 Door Sport coupe is available in our Arlington, TX Showroom.
The 1958 Impala was a rare one year only model from Chevy, with low production numbers. We started with a solid 1958 Chevrolet Impala In need of some love and restoration, and completely transformed it into this gorgeous example of a classic beauty.
We stripped it down to the bare bones and built it back up, giving her a brand new Inferno red paint job with matching body color dash, steering wheel, trunk, and accents on the original wheels. All the chrome and stainless has been refinished and polished so that it looks brand new from the factory. The seats are finished in an OEM Impala interior pattern, but with a very soft premium grade leather which is used in private planes. We kept the original wheel caps with body color match trim, and a thin white wall tires for an updated look on the classic white wall stance. It’s powered by a Period correct 348ci V8 engine with a 4 barrel carburetor, that we mated with a 700R4 automatic 4-speed overdrive transmission so you can enjoy it both around town and take a cruise down the highway comfortably. Thank you for your interest.
You probably know resto-mod, but you might not be as familiar with pro-touring. A resto-mod is a vintage vehicle that has undergone a restoration in which many of its beneath-the-skin components have been modernized while keeping the car’s basic appearance classic. The idea is to have a car that looks vintage but that can be […]
Chevrolet on Thursday built its last Impala, bringing to close a nameplate that dates back to 1958. The final example, finished in red, is bound for a customer and not Chevy’s own private collection. Impala production in recent years has been handled at General Motors’ Detroit-Hamtramck plant, with the big sedan built alongside the unrelated […]
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