The 1958 Chevrolet Light Duty Trucks were known as the quot;Task Force quot; Series. Continuing where the quot;First Series quot; left off, the Task Force line featured the new Apache premium cab package. Chevys restyling of the hood, grille, and trim peaked with the introduction of the Apache models. Collectors prize these 58s which are considered some of the best looking Chevy trucks of all time. A dealer-entombed 58 Cameo Pickup with less than 5 miles recently took $145,000 at a Nebraska auction. Cameos of less mythical proportions will take $60,000+ on the national auction circuit.The Cameo Carrier 4x8 fiberglass bed would have its last run during this year. Chevy designers introduced a new all-steel slab sided bed that allowed for more cargo area while maintaining the sleek slab-sided look of the Cameo bed fenders. 1958 Would be the only year in which two famous Chevy emblems - Apache and Cameo - appear on the same pickup truck. The availability of a wide selection of transmission and motor options like the small block 283 V8 sets the 58 up as THE Cameo model-year to own. There would be no Cameo for 1959, as the new concept quot;El Camino quot; would succeed in its place.Our Cameo showcased here wears a gorgeous Turquoise and Ivory two-tone color. Trim around the fiberglass bed accented in chrome and Ivory just pops. Chrome and paint are in excellent condition. Interior upholstery is custom ribbed black vinyl that gives the cab-space an unmistakable 50s vintage vibe. The wood bed slats are stained for added contrast. Its Chevy small block 283 runs strong and pulls like a farm truck with its upgraded heavy duty 4-speed transmission. Dual exhaust with aftermarket mufflers add impressive low-end rumble. Get the keys to this truck now! Youtube video available upon request. Call our classic car division at 815-385-8408 for video and/or vehicle information.
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