Up for sale is a pretty nice 1958 Chevrolet BelAir. This has the 348 ci factory big block with a 4 barrel carb and it is backed by a automatic two speed power glide transmission. The car runs and drives nice with a bunch of new parts installed within the past 100 miles. Overall the car seems to be pretty solid for its age and miles. It has been repainted at some point. Interior is in nice shape and all intact other then rear door panels are warped and dash has vinyl that is discolored in spots. All lights, turn signals, reverse lights, dome light, indicators and gauges all work as they should. Heater and controls work great. Radio is there but doesn’t work.
As for all the NEW parts installed recently, it consists of: battery, distributor cap, rotor, points, coil, AC Delco plugs, plug wires, v belt, oil/filter, 12v generator, front/rear wheel cylinders, front/rear brake shoes, drums turned, dual exhaust, carrier bearing, rear u joint, idler arm, heater hoses, coolant flush, rubber fuel lines, fuel filter, front brake hoses, rear brake hose, rear brake lines, radiator cap, car rebuild and miscellaneous things.
This is a super fun car to cruise and it definitely surprises people when you pop the hood and they see the 348 big block sitting there! This car fires right up and runs like a sewing machine. Fun and easy to enjoy with the comfort for the whole family.
The paint shows well but I’m not sure when it was repainted or what kind of body work was done. Trunk seems to be solid as well as floor pans and supports. Driver side floor pan had some tiny holes but nothing to be concerned about. Frame is very solid as well. Car was stored in a pole barn with concrete floors.