1958 Chevrolet Bel Air Two Door Coupe
The 1958 Chevrolet was all new, but was a design that would last only one year.
The 58 Chey was longer, lower and wider than the '57 it replaced. 1958 saw the introduction of the Impala, the top-of-the-line model Chevrolet. This displaced the Bel Air, which was now the mid-range model. The Biscayne replaced the 210 and the Delray 150 models as the entry-level Chevy.
Available engines included a 215 or a 236 cubic inch inline six, and a 265 or 283 cubic inch small-block V-8 engine, or the 348 cubic inch big-block engine which was available for the first time.
1958 Chevrolet Key Differences
Key differences of the 1958 Chevrolet include dual headlights, a larger, more open front grill, and completely new rear fenders, rear fins, and tail lights.
The 1958 Chevrolet was unique and was a transition between the Tri-Five Chevies of 1955-57, and the newer 60's styled 1959 Chevrolet.
How to Identify a 1958 Chevrolet
1958 Chevrolet Grill
1958 Chevrolet Tail Lights
1958 Chevrolet Rear Fenders
1958 Chevrolet Rear Fender Trim
1958 Chevrolet Windshield
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