614 E. Auto Center Dr.
The 1958 Chevrolet Impala is huge in the collector car market, but 60+ years later, not all are the same. This one is a true one-of-a-kind with a terrific full build with custom bodywork and custom paint even on the triple-deuce big block. And you get to dial in that ideal stance on demand thanks to the air ride suspension.
The paint really showcases the best of what street machine style is all about. A smooth black is always tastefully attractive, and it makes for a great canvas to lay down all the custom artistry. The metallic purple consumes the full front end as it burns its way down the hood and sides. The flames are distinctly outlined with blue pinstriping, and that's far from the only accent lines. There's so much custom pinstriping covering every inch of this hardtop, that you even have color inserts in the full-length trim. There are more big custom elements to this build that make sure it will always get people talking. After all, the front end was given a full custom fabrication, and the air ride suspension means you can choose between a lowrider and a cruiser whenever you want. But the build also has a lot of little extra details that combine to make all the difference. The now-hallmark triple tail light package has been upgraded with Cadillac-style bullets. Those are true wire wheels, including the spare. And your faux lake pipes are a fun touch with a practical side - your door poppers are now on the end cap.
The white interior has a distinctive style on the door panels, seats, and headliner. This was built to be a true cruiser, and so high-traffic areas like the carpeting and steering wheel are done in black. Plus, the black on the dash and door inserts allow for custom pinstriping to match the exterior. And as you look at the full package, you can see the right upgrades for this to be a better boulevard machine. The artful Impala steering wheel now has auxiliary readouts around it, including a handy tach on the column. There are provisions for an upgraded stereo system. And power windows allow you to easily take down all the windows to show off the pillarless hardtop profile. Plus, the air ride controls under the dash mean you never have to leave the driver's seat to update your stance.
This coupe wants to make sure you lift the hood everywhere you part this. That's why the custom engine bay was designed to attract attention with all those polished pieces radiating from within the engine bay's smooth and dark inner walls. And of course, the purple returns. It's used on the valve covers, carbs, fittings, brackets, oil pan, and even the engine block! And while this has a cool one-of-a-kind style, this also makes sure to be a true classic Impala. The '58 was also special for offering a 348 cubic-inch big block motor with the tri-power (triple two-barrel carburetor.) It means a car like this can impress both custom fans and classic enthusiasts. But the real reason you own a classic like this is to go out and enjoy the drive. That's why this also has a three-speed automatic transmission, a newer aluminum radiator, power steering, and power brakes.
This is a very cool custom that was built to be impressive to everyone, including the driver. So if you love a great '58 Chevy like we do, don't miss this awesome creation. Call today!!!
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