Check Out the Timeless Beauty of this 1958 Chevrolet Impala with Original Matching Numbers

In the blink of an eye, the Impala took the automotive world by storm when it was unveiled in 1958. But did you know that this iconic nameplate actually made its debut two years earlier at the General Motors Motorama show?

It took less than a year for Chevrolet to turn the Impala from a mere concept into a production-ready model, and it eventually replaced the Bel Air as the brand's top-of-the-line offering in 1958.

The first year on the market was a big hit for the Impala. This particular model accounted for no less than 15 percent of all Chevy sales, as the GM brand built close to 56,000 convertibles and over 125,000 coupes.

It was pretty clear the Impala was here to stay, so in 1959, Chevrolet decided to launch it as a stand-alone series.

This Impala was recently posted on Craigslist, as the owner is apparently trying to sell what looks to be a 1958 model in a very solid condition.

While the vehicle is no longer 100 percent original (it’s actually getting closer to restomod territory), a matching-numbers 348 (5.7-liter) is still there under the hood. The engine is still running, though right now, it uses a single Edelbrock carburetor. The original TriPower is still available, and the owner says it goes with the car.

Other than that, it’s very clear this Impala is solid. There’s absolutely no rust, and while it still requires minor TLC, it looks to be ready for the road anyway.

This 1958 Chevrolet Impala is loaded with modern upgrades that make it a true standout. With a new sound system featuring Bluetooth and a powerful subwoofer, you'll be cruising in style while listening to your favorite tunes.

Plus, the available Continental kit adds an extra touch of classic flair. And let's be real, with all these amazing features and its stunning appearance showcased in high-quality photos, this Impala is definitely worth its price tag.

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