1958 Chevrolet Impala Rio Red Power Convertible - Fender Skirts - Wide Whites

1958 Chevrolet Impala

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Impala
Type: Convertible
Trim: 2 Door Convertible
Year: 1958
Mileage: 55,000
VIN: E58F199XXX
Color: Rio Red
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Powerglide Automatic
Drive type: Automatic Rear Wheel Drive
Interior color: Red with Red / Gray/ Black Interior Upholstery
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Sugar Grove, Illinois, United States
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1958 Chevrolet Impala Rio Red Convertible - Power Top - Fender Skirts - Wide Whites - Ready to Drive

Great car great color original rare Blue Flame 6 cylinder (great with today's gas prices). No rust rock solid floors and trunk. Runs great drives great. Chrome stainless paint and interior are all in very nice condition.

  • Exterior Color: Rio Red
  • Interior Color: Red / Gray/ Black Interior Upholstery
  • White Top
  • 55000 miles on odometer
  • Blue Flame 140 235 cu. in.I6
  • Automatic Transmission
  • Power convertible top
  • Fender skirts
  • Wide White Wall Tires
  • AM radio
  • Factory Clock
  • Tissue Dispenser

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A little about the car from around the web:

The Impala is not only one of Chevrolet's most historic vehicles but one of America's as well. For decades it set the standard in comfort and value and was even considered to stem the American muscle car. First debuting in the 1958 model year the Impala began as a high-end Bel Air. It's success as a long wide and luxurious family sedan forced Chevy to separate it into its own model creating what was soon to be America's best-selling full-size car. Over the years the Impala has made many distinct styling impacts with its wild rear ends and iconic grilles. Join us as we go through every year that the Impala was produced pointing out when and how new trends new engines and new looks were born.

Chevrolet had been in existence 46 years when the legendary Impala was majestically assembled for the first time back in 1957 for the 1958 model year. The Impala named after the medium-sized African antelopes was originally introduced as a top-of-the-line Chevy Bel Air a car that had been in rotation since the 1950 model year. The Bel Air Impala was only built in Sport Coupe or convertible models and was a departure from typical Chevys at that point with it's shorter greenhouse longer rear deck and lower setting on an X-type frame. The top model added many unique features including the roof simulator extractor vents a two-spoke steering wheel and the iconic three-circle tail lights. Starting at $2586 consumers had the choice between a 235-cubic-inch Blue Flame I6 283-cubic-inch Turbo-Fire V8 and a 348-cubic-inch Turbo-Thrust V8. Advertisements said the car "lets you know you're the boss" and for years to come that's exactly what it did.