Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
This 1958 Chevrolet Impala is truly a tidy classic. It has a tidy look with the bright paint; a tidy interior with plenty of classic details; and a tidy engine bay with a year-correct V8 power. While all of that is quite eye-appealing, there's also an interesting double dual-barrel carb setup on the big block to get your heart pumping, too!
The '58 Impala is always a great decision for a distinctive classic. After all, it's the debut year for this legendary Chevy name, and it's also a single-year design. They made sure this one stood out from the crowd even more with an investment in a glossy salmon-like orange color. It captures the 1950s style correctly while also being one of the boldest coupes on the road. Dual aerials, half-chrome headlights, and fender skirts are all part of this bolder cruising attitude. Of course, what really makes a coupe like this stand out is the brightwork. It looks quite nice on the full-length trim, wraparound rear bumper, and all those jet-age details. And we can tell of a quality restoration when the body is super straight, even gaps, and everything is aligned to give it the look the designers dreamed of.
A pillarless hardtop gives everyone a clear view of the inside, you'll be glad this looks so nice. It's a bold package made even more striking with the '58 Impala's hallmark triple-tone cloth inserts on the seats. All the right classic elements are there, including the artful steering wheel, bright trim, and a rising rear center armrest. Even the factory AM radio is still there for display. Plus, there are provisions for an air conditioning upgrade (will need servicing before blowing cold again.)
The engine bay is also part of this show-worthy package. You've got a tidy look and some great details of bold Chevy orange and gloss black presentation. You'll also love telling people that this has a year-correct 348 cubic-inch motor at its heart. It's also fun to show off the distinct set of double two-barrel Rochester carburetors nestled under that big air cleaner. The car was upgraded to a 12-volt system to help keep it a strong running that was made for driving. It's even fitted with powerglide automatic transmission and power brakes to keep it period-correct while also a terrific cruiser.
This is a tidy, distinct, and sought-after classic coupe. So when it also has been done to such a high standard, you know you need to take this one home. Call today!!!
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