1958 Chevrolet Pickup Truck    


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1100 series 6 cylinder Chevrolet Pickup

235 cu. in 125 hp

Recent interior restored

FM radio 

3 speed manual transmission

White wall tires

Chrome bumpers



For the 1958 model year, all Chevrolet light duty pick up models were designated as Apaches. They were a favorite of farmers and ranchers. They trucks are most common to be owned by collectors for their simple design and classic styling.

This '58 Chevy is an 1100 series, built in Atlanta, GA. The restoration was a complete one. Not knowing for sure, it looks like a complete body off.

The recipe for success is easy, take a 1958 Chevy truck, paint it white and give it a comfortable and stylish interior. The result will speak for itself, making this pick up a show worthy piece. It has been well taken care of ever since coming out of the showroom in 1958.

The Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum is the location for the photoshoot of this 1958 Chevrolet Pickup Truck. Be sure to visit our friends at the Flight Museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas.

Delightfully bright and solid, its perfect high-impact color for the stylish Apache, which blends a bit of style with great effort that defines Chevy trucks for generations. Crisp details like the doors and door panels open and close smoothly as they should. Creating a truck that  is as beautiful as when it was brand new.

The dark grey interior is just as neatly finished as the exterior,  while everything was kept original, the seat is now wearing a more comfortable vinyl cover, and seat belts  have been added for safety.

The 1958 Apache truck features a three speed manual transmission with a 235 cu in 6 cylinder engine and capable of producing 125 horsepower at 4,200 rpm with 195 foot-pounds of torque at 2,000 rpm.