this Abandoned 1958 Chevrolet might be past it’s prime. Is there still hope?

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  • bob t says:
    11 months ago

    My first love it can be saved with tlc and lots of money I’d take her

  • Pat Caiazzo says:
    2 years ago

    It’s a 58 Chevy alright. First car I ever took for a joy ride when I was 12. Sure would like to fine one. I have the drive train just waiting for her.

  • stevekines@ymail.com says:
    2 years ago

    i would like to have this car because thats the yeari was born.

  • Geo Clarke says:
    2 years ago

    It is 100% Chevy Not Pontiac .

  • Joseph Szarek says:
    2 years ago

    My cousin had a white one with a convertable top I red interior. It was a really nice ride !

  • Jack (Randy) Biles says:
    2 years ago

    Please notify me if this car is available for sale. Does it have the factory 348 in it or a 235/250 6 cyl. ? I’ve looked for this car for over 30 years.

  • Nathan says:
    2 years ago

    I’d just pt an engine in her with suspension and tranny, steering shaft and what not, just the fnctionality things brakes and all, make her run, and drive her arond spend abot the next ten years restoring her, then keep her for life and for my grandchildren, I’d put a biodiesel in her that can rn on veggetable oil though to ensure i cold keep her past the end of petroleum

  • John Cavanaugh says:
    3 years ago

    58 Impala. As I recall the wide chrome strip was introduced in the middle of the year when the 348 became an option.

  • John Cavanaugh says:
    3 years ago

    That is way not a Pontiac.

  • Evan says:
    3 years ago

    Are you sure? How can you tell? It sure looks like an Impala to me…

  • richard palmer says:
    3 years ago

    This is not a 58 impala. Its a 58 bonneville

    • Jim Stuart says:
      2 years ago

      It is a 58 Chevy Impala. Look at the left rear quarter panel and you will see the crossed Chevrolet flags cove their.

    • Jim says:
      2 years ago

      This is definitely a 58 Impala. I had a black on in 62 and 63!!!

  • Justin Henderson says:
    3 years ago

    It would be nice to have it restored like that. But, This car is shot. It will need everything done to it. It would make a great donor car though.

  • David Buchanan says:
    3 years ago

    Highway 11E 10 miles from Johnson City, TN–Toward Greeneville..

  • Gary Fullwood says:
    3 years ago

    i.d grab that car, restore it and shove it back in the owner’s face, no wat to treat a car like that.

  • Justin Henderson says:
    3 years ago

    That thing has been there since Father Time.

  • Shawn Deweese says:
    3 years ago

    I’d strip it down and build up crime the ground up full resto old school low rider style

  • Jim King says:
    3 years ago

    I need a few parts on that car for my 58 Impala I am restoring 🙂

    • chris says:
      1 year ago

      do you still have your 58 impala ? do you have an extra parts available for it ?

  • Nancy Pugliese Brannon says:
    3 years ago

    lol

  • Gary Hunter says:
    3 years ago

    NICE FLOWER POT.

  • Mike Dantino says:
    3 years ago

    were is this car?

  • Nick D'Aversa says:
    3 years ago

    very nice

  • Doug Salansky says:
    3 years ago

    THEY SAY ALL GOOD THINGS COME TO AN END ,, PLEASE NOT THIS RARE CAR.

  • Wayne Bowyer says:
    3 years ago

    What a shame 2 door hard top rare

  • Doug Salansky says:
    3 years ago

    YA NEVER KNOW WHAT YOUR GUNNA GET WHEN THEY HAVE PIC’S OF ONLY 1 SIDE AND BOTH TRUNK AND ENGINE HOODS ARE OPEN, I WONDER IF ITS EVEN WORTH IT TO RESTORE,,, WHY HELL YEA IT IS GIVE IT TO ME ILL MAKE IT LOOK COOL , IN A GLOSS BLACK AND A 350 CHEVY 4 BOLT MAIN FOR A MOTOR AND ALL THE TRIMMINS THIS LIL BABY COULD HAVE ME MUSTER UP,,,

  • Paul Ruiz says:
    3 years ago

    Where can I find it?

  • Paul Bertrand says:
    3 years ago

    About $40-50,000 and it would look brand new. Damn shame people let this happen to a classic like a 58.

  • Timbo Raymer says:
    3 years ago

    start frame up sand blast hole lot of work.

  • Steve Moody says:
    3 years ago

    Gloss.

  • Nick D'Aversa says:
    3 years ago

    very nice That chrome would look great on the black. were u thinking matte black or gloss or a carbon style color

  • Beth Taylor says:
    3 years ago

    I remember my dad telling me that when he started as a freshman at the University of Alabama, all of the frat boys with money had one of these, either in white with red trim or in red with white trim.

  • Steve Moody says:
    3 years ago

    Obviously it would need floor pans. The plants are growing through the floor inside. But I’d Drop a huge engine in it and paint it black.

  • Barbara Greenwood says:
    3 years ago

    at least it still has the glass its not broke I see alot of money could be made off this by takeing it a part selling it there’s collectors that could use those parts would pay good money to get them they like orginal parts not reproduce.

  • Nick D'Aversa says:
    3 years ago

    I Would take it, do a restore, stick a chevy crate motor in in and paint it red,

  • Ronnie Casas says:
    3 years ago

    Real shame..

  • Ray Schwartz says:
    3 years ago

    be nice if we knew where it was , that’s the car I want.

  • Kevin M Frazier says:
    3 years ago

    what a shame that people do this instead of selling it they let it rot makes no sense at all.

  • Regi Shaw says:
    3 years ago

    Looks like it would take a complete resto….I wouldn’t mind having that Honda CRX sitting over in the edge of the woods either….

  • John Bricker says:
    3 years ago

    all we see is the front and one side what does the rest of it look like.

  • Steve Montroy says:
    3 years ago

    What a shame!

  • Jim Renninger says:
    3 years ago

    damm, poor car

  • Eddie Callahan says:
    3 years ago

    Don’t look like there’s much left to work with

  • David Buchanan says:
    3 years ago

    Makes a really nice flower pot! 1958 was a very good year.