The 1958 Chevrolet Series 1700 (referring to the 6-cylinder cars) and the 1800 Series (V-8 cars) Bel Air lineup ranged from two-door sedans to station wagons. The luxurious Impala models were available as either a two-door hardtop sport coupe or a two-door sport convertible. Another iconic name associated with the Bel Air Series was the Nomad four-door station wagon that had seating for six. It had conventional styling but with high-level trim.
The Impala vehicles were considered part of the Bel Air line; they were not listed as a separate sub-series. Trim features for the Impala included Impala Script, ribbed body sill panels, chrome plated air scoops located ahead of the rear wheel wells, two-spoke deep hub steering wheels, and standard rear radio speaker grill.
This car is finished in a very rare color of Aesfan Turquoise.