Resto-Mod Step Side Pickup Trucks are all the rage right now and
this 1958 Chevrolet Apache Stepside Short Box has been extensively
modified to make it a joy to drive and a pleasure to look at. With
a 402 Chevrolet Big Block V8 with a single 4 barrel Edelbrock
carburetor and polished Edelbrock intake manifold, this truck will
certainly get you there in a hurry and will look great doing so.
You'll be able to keep the rubber to the pavement with a
positraction rear axel as well. With a smooth shifting 700 R4 4
Speed Automatic Transmission, anybody can drive this Apache with
ease. The power brake booster and dual master cylinder are nice and
shiny, and look amazing under the hood. This Chevy Pickup Truck is
loaded with performance upgrades with a serpentine belt setup and
Accel HEI Super Coil. Chrome rims on radial tires makes for a
smooth ride and the custom visor keeps the sun out of your eyes.
With excellent maroon paint, redone chromed bumpers and grill it
looks almost like it came from the factory. The bed has nice wood
and stainless details along with a Chevrolet script tailgate. The
maroon and black custom leather/suede bucket seat interior is in
fantastic shape and with a tilt steering wheel, this 58 Apache is a
comfortable drive. This stepside pickup truck is loaded with all of
today's comforts including power steering, front power disc brakes,
air conditioning, and you can even listen to all of your tunes on
the Pioneer AM/FM/CD stereo. This 1958 Chevrolet Apache is
extremely clean, detailed and fun to drive. Make it yours
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