Update: Once again, I over-committed myself, and this CC will be a day or two late. Sorry; and sorry for all the head scratching too.
Nice 58 Chevy 🙂 Not exactly sure what trim level, but I’d guess Bel Air or Biscayne (2dr post). The Impala was only available as a HT coupe and convertible.
You sure? You mean like this one?
Hmmm…definitely a 58 Chevy/Pontiac sedan rear window. Except no rear door handle or door shutline.
Perhaps a ’56 Nash Ambassador?
Could it be a business coupe then ? did they make those that late in the 50’s? There’s also the even cheaper Delray to be considered too. It’s certainly not a HT or 4 door car, so It’s one of those two door cars with shorter doors.
’58 Vauxhall Cresta
Or ’58 Vauxhall Velox, downscale from Cresta.
Packard…pre Packebaker Packard.
Hmmm. That C-pillar is just screaming ’58 Chevy or lower end Pontiac post sedan. But that’s the riddle — definitely sedan. Coupes had a wider C pillar and no separate pane like that (its purpose in the sedan was to allow the rest of the window to roll all the way down). But I am seeing no evidence of a rear door. Some sort of custom where the rear door was filled in?
58 Chevy definately not a PA Vauxhall
You must admit the Vauxhall is close. This one’s driving me nuts.
I’m thinking 1958 Pontiac 4-door with the back doors welded shut.
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