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1958 Chevrolet Delray 2 door sedan
$17,900
The Color: Cashmere Blue, Base/coat, clear/coat

The Engine: 283 V8, rebuilt, polished manifold, 4 bbl, Sanderson coated headers, electronic ignition

The Transmission: GM Turbo 350 3 speed automatic on the floor with Lokar Shifter

The Differential: Factory GM, rebuilt, highway gears 

The Interior: Custom Tuck and Roll finished in white vinyl with dark blue piping, and seat-belts

Power steering

Power front disc brakes

All lights work except the dome light

Turn signals work

Heater, wipers, temp gauge do not work

All glass is nice and windows roll up and down properly

All trim and bright work is present and very nice

Nice full dual exhaust system with stainless tips 

17” American Racing “Coke bottle” aluminum wheels with nice Kumho radials


This is a great car! Very nice paint, nice interior, excellent running engine and drive-train.
The paint is very nice, no dings, rust bubbles or strange images visible at all. It's a base/coat, clear/coat application in Cashmere blue and Snow-crest white, and truly looks excellent.
The engine is a 283 CID that's been rebuilt, although I have no paperwork for it. It does, however; run great, doesn't smoke, and has some nice accessories to enhance performance as well as visual appearance.
The transmission is new, a 3 speed automatic purchased during the restoration from a company called Monster Motor Sports, and shifts very nicely.
The interior was treated to a custom tuck and roll style theme and gives the Chevy a classic period look.
The under carriage, although not detailed, appears original with no patch panels or rust in the frame, rockers of floors.
The car has a very nice stance, drives nicely, sounds great, and aside from the inoperable accessories mentioned, it's a sweet '58 Chevy that you can drive anywhere, work on while you use it, and have a “One year only” body style to cruise around in. 

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