1958 Chevrolet Impala Convertible
Professional frame-off restoration with 31,600 miles.
348/280 HP Tri-Power V-8 engine.
700R4 automatic transmission with overdrive.
Factory air conditioning.
AM/FM Wonderbar radio.
Power front disc brakes.
Rear drum brakes.
GM code 914 Tropic Turquoise paint.
GM code 807 Turquoise Tri-tone interior.
One-piece California bumper.
Stainless fuel tank.
Deluxe floor mats.
Lift this Impala's glossy turquoise hood and you'll find a 348 cubic inch Super Turbo Thrust V8 that wears a 1958-exclusive 3751872 casting number and a June (F) 13th (13) of 1958 (58) casting date. Fully rebuilt, this top-of-the-line, 280 horsepower big block is almost too pretty to risk putting heat into. And absolutely every item, from its fresh coat of Chevy Orange paint to its unique bowtie branded valve covers, has been completely detailed for show. At the top of the block, a satin black, dual-snorkel air cleaner funnels wind into a fully restored tri-power set up that includes three Rochester 2-carburetors, a network of stainless fuel lines and a familiar glass sediment bowl. At the sides of the block, restored exhaust manifolds allow the oversquare cylinders ample breathing room by funneling spent gases into a new true dual exhaust system. At the back of the block, a traditional points distributor sends fire through fresh 7mm High Temperature plug wires.
The Pick of the Day was purchased by the current owner in 1964
Pick of the Day ordered with cloth bench rather than vinyl front buckets
Pick of the Day was owned by one family for more than 40 years
Pick of the Day is a 57,000-mile mid-century classic
This car is the most amazing thing I’ve ever seen at a SEMA Show
Tillman and teammate bought a 1968 Chevrolet Impala convertible with their rookie signing bonuses and the car, now restored, will be sold at Barrett-Jackson in 2019
Hot rod and lowrider were projects after coming home from the wars
Classic Industries reveals new 1964 Impala tail/back-up lamp bezel