For 1958, Common Motors and Chevrolet redesigned a car that was broader, reduced, for a longer time, and heavier than their 1955, 1956 and 1957 predecessors. The 1955, 1956 and 1957 Chevy’s were being explained as the “Sizzling Types.” Chevrolet promoting explained the 1958 Chevy as a “A Full New Appear!” All models had a refreshing look and a pleasing style and design in particular in the 1958 Chevrolet Bel Air sequence.
There were being 6 new Bel Air’s. (one) Bel Air Activity Coupe two door difficult prime, (two) Bel Air Activity Sedan 4 door difficult prime, (three) Bel Air two door Sedan and the (four) Bel Air 4 door Sedan. Plus the 1958 (five) Bel Air Impala Convertible and (6) Bel Air Impala Activity Couple which are coated in another Ezine Short article.
The Bel Air Activity Coupe two door difficult prime and Bel Air Activity Sedan 4 door difficult prime, were being in some techniques intently associated to the far more high priced Bel Air Impala. Exterior trim and inside trim offers were being magnificent but a little distinctive. Having said that, they were being still wonderful cars and section of Chevy’s prime line up. In reality they were being the focal issue of Chevrolet’s reputation and could be equipped with nearly any equipment out there for 1958.
In addition to the difficult tops Chevrolet manufactured two Bel Air sedans, a two door and a 4 door. The sedans had the same Sculpturamic styling as the difficult tops. Each sedans were being provided in the same good shades and two-tone combos. Interiors were being just as plush with all the new lively shades, ribbed vinyl and textured fabrics provided on the difficult tops. “With those people new trim pillars and Sculpturamic styling you can easily graphic it really is a hardtop” explained one 1958 Chevrolet sedan brochure. “With home windows raised you can scarcely explain to them from a hardtop” reported another.
The Chevrolet Bel Air was 1st manufactured by Common Motors in 1953 and was constantly viewed as a premium model right until the 1958 Bel Air Impala was introduced. By 1959, Chevrolet elevated the Impala to prime of the line standing and making the Bel Air the mid level model right until 1965. From 1966 to 1975 the Bel Air name was a fundamental no frills whole sized car.