Up for sale in our Orlando Florida Showroom is a 1958 Chevy Impala. Chevy's 1958 Impala was a landmark automobile, and the one-year-only design seems to have finally found its place among the most sought-after cars of the 1950s. This one has the right look, and with a smooth-running 348 4 Barrel, a great color combination, and a few subtle custom touches, it manages to stand out without erasing everything that was great about the original look. The long, low shape of the '58 Impala is easy to recognize, and this one still wears its Bowtie look with pride. Of course, the handsome black paint helps and it's quite nicely done, so you will be eager to get it out to shows. It has that big, flashy chrome '50s look. Working in conjunction with the black paint, the two-tone tan and cream interior has a correct look that's just a little different, much like the exterior. The original steering wheel is unmodified and it frames the original dashboard, complete with the wide speedometer and dual temperature and fuel gauges. It features a 2-speed automatic transmission. Full-sized comfort really means something in the spacious back seat. The top engine in 1958 was a 348 V8. Beautifully detailed, it really sparkles in the big Imp's engine bay. and with Chevy Orange paint on the block, there's no mistaking this for anything else. The transmission is the aforementioned PowerGlide 2-speed, and it feeds what appears to be the original rear end. A newer stainless exhaust sounds '50s perfect and the stance is exactly right. Wide White wall radials on cragar mags are surprisingly low-key on such a flashy car, and the look totally works. There's a great deal of time and money invested in this handsome Impala, and it offers all the upgrades that you'd want in a car built to cruise. Call our Orlando Florida showroom today at 407-771-2000 or email us at Orlando@gatewayclassiccars.com . See more at : http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/orlando/1958/chevrolet/impala-S749.html
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