1958 Corvette restored to high standards
Paint is finished in its original Red with White coves and is stunning.
The interior is Red with correct Daytona weave carpet.
This is a two top car, the hard top is restored to the same standards as the car.
The soft top is White.
All chrome has been replated or replaced, and the 58 has more chrome than any other year Corvette.
The numbers matching engine is a 245hp 283 V8 featuring dual quad carbs.
The transmission is the cast iron power glide.
The Frame has been blasted and painted chassis black.
As you can see from the pictures every weather strip body, body mount, suspension parts, brake and fuel lines and the notable corvette ground straps have been replaced.
The trunk has been up graded with finished trim panels and carpet for a finished look, All is pressure fit and can be easily removed if you prefer the stock appearance.
Owner has the original AM radio, currently has an AM/FM modern radio in the original dash holes.
The car rides one correct Wide Whitewall nylon tires with correct flipper wheel covers.
All new date coded glass.
The attention to detail is outstanding.
If you are looking for a top shelf 58 Corvette for your collection, this is it.
Call Dave with any questions 573-619-3708
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