1958 Chevy Impala | Classic Car

Jose Garcia's 1958 Chevy Impala

Fan submission from Jose J Garcia. 1958 Chevy Impala.  This is what Jose has to say about his car. The year 1958 was the first year of the Impala. It started out as a model package for the Bel Air but was more impressive. It came in two different body styles, a convertible and a sport coupe. It had Impala script, insignia and crossed flag emblems on the front of the hood, ribbed body sill panels, large chrome air scoops ahead of rear wheels on the fenders, a competition style deep two spoke steering wheel with Impala medallions, and Impala script on the dash.

19 thoughts on “1958 Chevy Impala | Classic Car”

  1. Those 1955 through 58s were true rust buckets. They were junk before paid for in three years. The rear fender wells and especially the headlight “eyebrows” collected water and they went to rust very fast and the rest of the body the same. Pure JUNK. I built them, I KNOW.

    1. You’re right but i love mine! Convertible, 348 tripower, 4 on the floor, continental, blue. May take a ride today!

  2. I have a 58 Belair that I have bee struggling on a color when I ran across this one. Can you tell me what the paint code is, this car is beautiful it would be appreciated.

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