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Red, White and Turquoise

Red, White and Turquoise

October 1957. "Taillight of 1958 Chevrolet." One of the lower-end Chevys, which had duplex taillights, as opposed to the triple-light tail-plus-backup arrangement on the deluxe models. Photo by Phillip Harrington for the Look magazine assignment "GM's 50 Years of Men, Money and Motors." View full size.

 

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Classic!

One of my teenage buddies had a 58 Belair sedan back in the 60's. The 57 was the one to have in that era, but I have to say that 58 was one nice ride!

The Chevy Blues

For the 1958 model year, the Chevrolet customer could choose from these blue-and-white combinations:
* Arctic White / Cashmere Blue
* Arctic White / Tropic Turquoise
* Arctic White / Aegean Turquoise
* Silver Blue / Snowcrest White

More Please...

These factory photos of the 58's are great. It is hard to find factory photos of the 1958 Chevys. I own a 58 Bel Air and love to see these..... more please!

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