Zoom Classic Cars presents this 1958 Chevrolet Apache Series 31
Custom Pickup. This spectacular build was completed around 2015 and
was purchased by the current owner in 2016 with less than 200 miles
on the build. Current Mileage is about 600. Truck features a 1965
rebuilt 283CI Chevy Engine with flat top pistons, Crane Cam and 601
closed chamber heads. Engine has been bored out .040 over. It's
situated in an immaculate painted engine compartment and has been
completely chromed out. Beautiful glossy black paint with gray
cloth interior. Built on a 1975 frenched and boxed Nova subframe
that has been ground smooth and the entire frame has been
sandblasted, epoxy-primed and painted. Underneath is finished with
tubular A-arms and lower QA1 single adjustable shocks. 8.5 inch 10
bolt rear-end, 3.42 POSI-traction, a Massive 15/6 Hellwig sway bar,
4 inch drop leaf springs and new stock replacement shocks. Truck is
equipped with power tilt steering, power front disc brakes, vintage
air conditioning, dolphin gauges and a 6 CD changer. Other features
include a beautiful Mahogany bed with stainless straps, one-off
American Racing wheels with chrome back covers, dual flowmaster
exhaust, one piece door glass and custom slider rear window. Well
thought out and beautiful build that has been meticulously
maintained by current owner. Stored in MA with clean title. Call
Jeff for more information or to schedule an appointment to see this
great Apache truck. Thanks for looking.
1958 Chevrolet Apache
Location:Lake Hiawatha, New Jersey
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