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1958 Chevrolet Corvette convertible one year only design

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Corvette
Type: convertible
Trim: 2 door convertible
Year: 1958
Mileage: 1,915
VIN: J58S101418
Color: red and white
Engine: 350 comes with orginal 283 short block
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: 4 speed manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Hawley, Pennsylvania, United States

1958 Chevrolet Corvette Additional Info:

1958 corvette One year only design

I am the same owner for 40 years. The car was painted in the late 1980’s from blue to red paint it is in good condition. The engine was change in the 1980’s a corvette engine was installed. I do have the matching numbers short block.(See photo) I have installed new front disc brakes with stainless steel brake lines and stainless steel exhaust system. I also have the original front brake parts. (See photo) It does not have the original transmission and Radiator fan Stroud. I have changed the steering wheel to a smaller one. I have original. (See Photo)Have only driven the car like 50 miles per year for the past 3 years. Its time for new loving New owner.

  • Comes with original wonderbar radio & new am/fm radio not installed.

  • Comes with chrome distributor cover

  • Comes with Replacement bell housing

  • Comes with a tach. Drive distributor

  • Comes with a car cover

  • Comes with boxes misc. parts

  • Comes with vintage magazine and books

  • Comes with matching number 283 short block

  • Needs some TLC. This corvette could be original with some work.

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When thinking about vintage Corvettes, everyone has an opinion on what the ultimate year is. Some are obvious, some maybe more obscure. No answer is really incorrect. It’s what Corvette makes your heart beat just a bit faster upon seeing it. But, among the more obvious choices, it’s a pretty safe bet that the ’58 would make most top ten lists. This was the third design change for Corvette and it was a major one! The car was longer and (thankfully) wider, which made it much easier to get in and out of! It also grew two more headlights. But, what really sets the ’58 apart from all the other years was the “Gingerbread”. The ‘50’s were the decade of excess when it came to car design. The “Jet Age” was in full swing and the cars of the era reflect that in a big way! And Corvette was not immune to it. The ‘58’s had a simulated louvered hood and two big chrome spears running up the trunk lid. It fit the time well, but the next year Chevrolet realized the old adage of “too much of a good thing” and they were removed for ’59. That created a one year only design that has only grown in popularity over the years and as a result, the ’58 is recognized as one of the most desirable and collectable Corvettes ever built!

It has been in the family for a long time. It is sad to see it go good luck bidding.