We love the 1958 Chevrolet Impala because it's a unique single-year design. And so if you're going to own one, then you're probably going to want to show it off, too, right? That's what makes this example so appealing. It has been given the right investment to remain both vibrant and vintage. And the only places this has been upgraded are where you really want it to be a nicer and easier cruiser.
They made sure this one stood out from any crowd with an investment in a glossy and bright red. And if you're going to have such radiant pain, you need to make sure the brightwork shines just as bright. The full-length trim, wraparound rear bumper, and all those jet-age details make for one of the most beautiful hardtops around. And the front end is what really makes these awesome. Just like the '57 Chevy, the grille and bumper are part of an integrated design that gives this car a 10,000-watt smile. But because the '58 car was an exclusive design that was large in every way, it turned the first-ever Impala into an instant icon. Good body lines, clean glass, and bright whitewalls are also all part of a package that correctly captures the 1950s style while also being one of the boldest coupes on the road.
A pillarless hardtop gives everyone a clear view of the inside, you'll be glad this looks so nice. Black interiors always look stylish against a red exterior, but this one turns it up a notch. The 1958 Impalas had the hallmark triple-tone cloth inserts on the seat inserts and door panels. All the right classic elements are there, including the artful steering wheel, bright trim, and a rising rear center armrest. Even the dome light is still working. But as we mentioned before, this has the right upgrades to be a proper cruiser. So the retro-style radio fits cleanly into the dash while giving you a modern AM/FM digital tuner for better driving music. And the auxiliary gauge trio cleanly mounted under the dash takes the mystery about what's going on under the hood.
Drivers were excited about a 348 cubic-inch big block that debuted for 1958. But today we know we can get that kind of size in a lighter small block. That's why this has a later 350 cubic-inch V8 with a four-barrel carburetor on top. And since these small block love upgrades, it also has everything from finned valve covers for style to shorty headers for added power. It all makes for a strong-running package that's perfect for a true cruiser. This also has more easy driving upgrades like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and power brakes with front discs.
This is a true cruiser that's truly distinctive. So if you want to be remembered for your single-year first-ever Impala, call today!