800 Derita Road, Ste. A
Owning a 1958 Chevrolet Biscayne is already a mark of distinction. And so when it's also a V8 machine with four-on-the-floor, then you know you've got the makings for a great classic cruiser.
The '58 Chevy always gets attention. The ultra-wide grille, quad headlights, and long tailfin trim make this look like it's out to own the road. And we love how the full-length trim has an aggressive red streak. This also shows off the panel fitment as the trim remains like an almost unbroken line as it artfully runs down the profile and merges with the tailfins. The addition of aerials and Cragar SS wheels gives this an added dose of period-correct custom style. The exterior represents what we overall like about this car. You get the distinction of a single-year style classic, and all the main components are in place. And because the value price leaves money in your budget, you get to decide how you want to personalize this already unique classic.
The hint of red on the outside is a preview of the full red interior. There are some good cruiser details, like a dash that now accommodates a modern DIN radio and a trio of modern power outlets. In total, it's the kind of setup where you are going to drive it today and think about all the different things that you're going to want to add tomorrow. And we do really mean it's a driver. That's why it has been upgraded to be more accommodating for you. This includes an updated front seat with cloth upholstery and headrests. There's also a Trans Am style steering wheel, a tilt steering column, and a bright floor shifter.
The engine bay has proper small block power. The 307 cubic-inch V8 inhales deeper with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and the shorty headers let it exhale with a sweet tune out of the dual exhaust. The four-speed manual transmission gives you firm control over the motor. This also has the right cruising features, like power steering, power brakes, and wide Cooper Cobra tires.
This is the unique and complete classic that lets you enjoy it today and leaves the freedom in your budget to make it even more fun tomorrow. Call now!
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