1958 Chevrolet Bel Air Sedan 235ci Straight Six and Powerglide Automatic


Description


Blemishes include some paint flaking along the forward portion of the passenger rocker, a couple little dings, chips, and scratches scattered throughout, very minor signs of age on polished trim pieces, and older, slightly yellowed whitewall tires. Though repainted at least once, this was originally a Glen Green and Arctic White two-tone car. While an older paint job, it presents nicely and is the correct color scheme. There are bits of overspray in the front door sills, nothing too glaring. No dust nibs, orange peel texture, or anything like that. The two-tone green and white really pops on a sunny day. Suits the car beautifully. Polished surfaces are in nice shape, nothing more than minor pitting or light signs of age. This car has always been garage-kept and it shows. Weatherstripping is excellent throughout. Glass and light lenses are all clear and crack-free, not scratched or tired-looking either. Windows all roll up and down nice and smoothly. Panel fitment is spot on and the doors/hood/trunk open and close smoothly and easily. No slamming, no weird quirks. Hubcaps are free of any wrinkles or significant oxidation.

The green metallic imitation leather is such a cool look. We love the interior of this car. Both front and rear seats are in impressive condition. There is some fraying on the driver's seat back, as visible in the photos, but not too much else to note. No punctures or scuffs. There's evidence that burst seams on the seat bottom have been restitched, but no glaring evidence of it having been reupholstered. Very original interior.
The tail pipe is pretty corroded, and there is a spot where there was a little filler piece welded in at the inner rear corner of the passenger rocker. The car is actually very nice to drive, but there are a couple things to be aware of. The car has recently developed a slight fuel leak at the carburetor, so plan to rebuild the carb when you get it. Tires are 25 years old, so those will need to be done sooner rather than later. There is evidence of a slow drip oil leak that should eventually be tended to – the underside of the engine/trans is damp and a bit gunked-up. The car is slightly smoky due to lack of recent exercise, as seen in the video, but this will get better with use. The car starts right up first turn, idles nice and steady, shifts smoothly and on-time, doesn't clunk going into gear, tracks straight, and brakes straight and effectively. Ride quality is great and, despite the rusty exhaust pipe, the car is nice and quiet. This is a very original, very sharp car in a great colorway.
1958 Chevrolet Bel Air Sedan 235ci Straight Six and Powerglide Automatic
$ 14,200.00
Blemishes include some paint flaking along the forward portion of the passenger rocker, a couple little dings, chips, and scratches scattered throughout, very minor signs of age on polished trim pieces, and older, slightly yellowed whitewall tires. Though repainted at least once, this was originally a Glen Green and Arctic White two-tone car. While an older paint job, it presents nicely and is the correct color scheme. There are bits of overspray in the front door sills, nothing too glaring. No dust nibs, orange peel texture, or anything like that. The two-tone green and white really pops on a sunny day. Suits the car beautifully. Polished surfaces are in nice shape, nothing more than minor pitting or light signs of age. This car has always been garage-kept and it shows. Weatherstripping is excellent throughout. Glass and light lenses are all clear and crack-free, not scratched or tired-looking either. Windows all roll up and down nice and smoothly. Panel fitment is spot on and the doors/hood/trunk open and close smoothly and easily. No slamming, no weird quirks. Hubcaps are free of any wrinkles or significant oxidation.

The green metallic imitation leather is such a cool look. We love the interior of this car. Both front and rear seats are in impressive condition. There is some fraying on the driver's seat back, as visible in the photos, but not too much else to note. No punctures or scuffs. There's evidence that burst seams on the seat bottom have been restitched, but no glaring evidence of it having been reupholstered. Very original interior.
The tail pipe is pretty corroded, and there is a spot where there was a little filler piece welded in at the inner rear corner of the passenger rocker. The car is actually very nice to drive, but there are a couple things to be aware of. The car has recently developed a slight fuel leak at the carburetor, so plan to rebuild the carb when you get it. Tires are 25 years old, so those will need to be done sooner rather than later. There is evidence of a slow drip oil leak that should eventually be tended to – the underside of the engine/trans is damp and a bit gunked-up. The car is slightly smoky due to lack of recent exercise, as seen in the video, but this will get better with use. The car starts right up first turn, idles nice and steady, shifts smoothly and on-time, doesn't clunk going into gear, tracks straight, and brakes straight and effectively. Ride quality is great and, despite the rusty exhaust pipe, the car is nice and quiet. This is a very original, very sharp car in a great colorway.

Additional information

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Bel Air
Type: Sedan
Year: 1958
Doors: 2
Mileage: 51,150
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Type: Gas
Interior Color: Green Cloth & Green Metallic Imitation Leather
Exterior Color: Glen Green / Arctic White Two-Tone
Vehicle Identification Number: E58J220808
United States, Virginia, Winchester
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