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1958 Chevrolet Other Pickups on 2040-cars

US $19,300.00
Year:1958 Mileage:500 Color: Green /
 Black
Location:

Phoenix, Arizona, United States

Phoenix, Arizona, United States

If you have questions email email me at: mercedezmlluckenbaugh@tifosi.net .

1958 Modern Apache 4x4 fleetside pickup. All Body panels are orginal with the factory paint still seen. The truck
was disassembled and all the surface rust was neutralized with ppg paint products and the whole truck was
clearcoated to preserve the orginal paint. The dash was painted in flat black and is the only color change made on
the truck in the past 50+ years. Brand new touch screen navigation/dvd/Sirius xm radio with 2 speakers in the lower
kick panels, 12'' sub and 2 6''x9'' speakers all in custom boxes with 2 amps tucked in behind the seat. The engine
is a 8.1 vortec 496 fuel injected with a allision automatic transmission and a electronic push button 4x4
transfercase. New Dakota digital sweeping guages with heads up digital mileage and warnings lights. Brand new a/c
system with condenser, aluminum radiator, transmission cooler and engine oil cooler. The whole cab was fitted with
a sound/heat shield on the roof, back of the cab, floor, firewall, and lower kick panels. All new glass,
weatherstrip, winsow regulators, latches. The suspension was designed for offroad but give a smooth ride in town
with new radius arms and coilover king shocks, bumps stops, and sway bar in the front with a 1 ton axle 4.10 gears.
The front has 14'' independent wheel travel and the rear suspension has custom leaf spring, king bump stops and
king bypass shocks. The frame is orginal but has been plated and boxed in for strength. The bed has all new wood
that has been stained to be water resistant. You will not find a more rare truck with all the orginal body still
together, orginal emblems, and all the modern upgraded to make it a reliable daily driver. All computers for the
engine, transmission and transfercase are undere the seat with the diagnostic ports easily accessible so any
mechanic can scan the truck if any warning lights were to come on.

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