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1958
Chevrolet
Apache Pro Street
Stock # 5268-DFW
Engine 350 V8 Crate Supercharged
Transmission 3 Speed Automatic
Color Red
Interior Brown and Tan
Mileage 982 (Since Built)
Chassis
Front Wheel Specification 18" Foose
Rear Wheel Specification 20" Foose
Front Tire Specification 26X8.00R18LT
Rear Tire Specification 29x18.00R20
Front Brakes Specification Power Disc
Rear Brakes Specification Power Disc
Exhaust Type Dual Exhaust
Options
Power Windows Power Locks Power Brakes Seatbelts Remote Door Openers Four Wheel Disc Brakes Vinyl Interior Tilt Wheel Heat Air Conditioning Short Bed Bluetooth Radio AM/FM Radio
Advertised Price
$76,995
OR
$705.69
per month
BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM BUILD! SUPERCHARGED 350 CRATE, AUTO, A/C, PDB, AIR RIDE, WOW!

Purchasing a rod someone else built almost always makes the most fiscal sense (not to mention the time saved by buying out someone else's toil and labor), and this 1958 Chevrolet Apache Pro Street, with its huge build cost and high-quality execution, is the badass pickup you want. Not only is it achingly beautiful and expertly built, but it's fully sorted and comes with an extensive list of performance components that make it one of the meanest Pro Street trucks that we've ever featured.

First and foremost, we're not going to be able to give this Apache the justice it deserves in this limited space, so please bear in mind that we're only scratching the surface. Despite maintaining the spirit of the original Apache look, the list of modifications on this pickup is extensive – including shaved emblems, a custom hood with a protruding 'bird catcher' air cleaner, a color-matched rain guard above the one-piece windshield, and even a frenched-in power antenna slot just behind the driver's door. And when you look at that custom bed you realize that it's a gorgeously executed figment of a metal crafter's imagination, with huge rear fenders molded to fit the fat rear tubs and tires, a relocated ... Please ask for the full description.

Fort Worth Showroom
5400 Sandshell Dr, Suite 100
Fort Worth, TX, 76137
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Stock #:
5268-DFW
1958 Chevrolet Apache Pro Street
$76,995

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Stock
5268-DFW
Engine Size
350 V8 Crate Supercharged
Transmission
3 Speed Automatic
Miles
982 (Since Built)
Location
Fort Worth
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Description

BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM BUILD! SUPERCHARGED 350 CRATE, AUTO, A/C, PDB, AIR RIDE, WOW!

Purchasing a rod someone else built almost always makes the most fiscal sense (not to mention the time saved by buying out someone else's toil and labor), and this 1958 Chevrolet Apache Pro Street, with its huge build cost and high-quality execution, is the badass pickup you want. Not only is it achingly beautiful and expertly built, but it's fully sorted and comes with an extensive list of performance components that make it one of the meanest Pro Street trucks that we've ever featured.

First and foremost, we're not going to be able to give this Apache the justice it deserves in this limited space, so please bear in mind that we're only scratching the surface. Despite maintaining the spirit of the original Apache look, the list of modifications on this pickup is extensive – including shaved emblems, a custom hood with a protruding 'bird catcher' air cleaner, a color-matched rain guard above the one-piece windshield, and even a frenched-in power antenna slot just behind the driver's door. And when you look at that custom bed you realize that it's a gorgeously executed figment of a metal crafter's imagination, with huge rear fenders molded to fit the fat rear tubs and tires, a relocated polished gas tank, a beautiful wood floor held in place with stainless rub strips, capped bed rails, and a custom roll pan with integrated LED taillights. There are plenty of shadows of the past that shine through this build, with the original front grille and fenders still decked out in factory-spec chrome, that forward-canted cab, and all the swooping curves of the '58 design we all love. The sparkling chrome front bumper and chrome headlight rings, and they pop up against the red finish. Speaking of that spectacular finish, once all the metalwork was done and the truck was sculpted and smoothed, it was coated in gallons of red paint and then sealed under layers of clear. All the details, from the chiseled drip rails, the laser-straight panels, and the exacting body creases are as sharp as a Don Draper suit, and with less than 1K miles on this build this Apache is bound to look this great for years. It's not a perfect show pony, after all it is a Pro Street that was built to be driven and enjoyed, but nevertheless it looks so darn impressive in person that any minor imperfections fade into distant memories as the observer gets lost in this truck's off-the-charts curb appeal.

The freshly sculpted interior is no less spectacular, with the same combination of spectacular design and craftsmanship and functional elegance. The two-tone, wide bucket seats are actually from a late-model, professionally reupholstered in tan and brown vinyl and are way more comfortable than anything you'd find in 1958. Plush black carpets line the floors, custom door panels add to the luxurious feel inside, and a the taut headliner above proves that every square inch of this interior was reworked to a high standard. A trimmed-out middle console that juts down from the dash houses billet controls for the Vintage Air A/C system, an upgraded stereo, switches for the power windows and locks, a pair of auxiliary gauges for the AirRide suspension, and a tall Lokar shifter with a leather skirt that manages the TH350 transmission below. Fully redesigned and finished to match the exterior of the truck, the reworked dash features a billet gauge bezel filled with white AutoMeter dials that keep an eye on the beast under the hood. A leather-rimmed billet steering wheel mounted atop a tilt column anchors the cab, billet pedals jut out from the floor, and even the A/C vents are spec'd in polished billet metal and add pop to the cabin. That upgraded stereo is a Pioneer AM/FM/CD/AUX unit that manages a full set of updated speakers stashed throughout the cab (16 in total), a set of seatbelts were added for safety, and the power door poppers were programmed to pop open both doors at once.

This is no mere trailer queen that's meant to only be drooled over inside a showroom. No, this Chevy packs a wallop in the form of a 350 V8 Goodwrench crate motor topped with a Weiand supercharger –pro-built to take pink slips for a living. Built by experts just 982 miles ago, the block produces huge horsepower and enough torque to pull a Redwood out by the roots, so yeah, this truck seriously moves. Fed by a pair of 'blown' Edelbrock 4-barrels and Edelbrock Victor Jr. aluminum heads, it breathes deeply and fires effortlessly with the first turn of the key (further aided by the full HEI ignition system), and thanks to a big aluminum radiator and electric fan, it stays nice and cool. It's also presented for show under the hood with custom painted inner fenders, a smoothed firewall, and chromed and polished components everywhere you look. Block-hugging headers feed into throaty chambered mufflers with turn-downs that dump just past the transmission, so it sounds as ruthless as it looks, too. And this is one truck that no longer feels trucky, thanks to an upgraded adjustable AirRide suspension, rack-and-pinion steering, and a 4-link wishbone setup with air shocks out back. The frame was fully boxed for rigidity and painted red to match, and with a capable TH350 3-speed automatic transmission spinning a heavy-duty tubbed rear end, this truck that can truly do it all. Staggered Foose chrome wheels look right on the curvy old truck and wear 26x8x18 front and 29x18x20 Mickey Thompson tires, aided by the full stopping power of Wilwood power 4-wheel disc brakes with drilled and slotted rotors.

Incredible doesn't even begin to describe this fantastic pickup. Impossible to duplicate for even twice the asking price, this is one piece of showroom eye candy that won't be here next month. Call now!

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Features

  • Power Windows
  • Power Locks
  • Power Brakes
  • Seatbelts
  • Remote Door Openers
  • Four Wheel Disc Brakes
  • Vinyl Interior
  • Tilt Wheel
  • Heat
  • Air Conditioning
  • Short Bed
  • Bluetooth Radio
  • AM/FM Radio
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SPECS

Exterior Color
Red
Interior Color
Brown and Tan
Transmission Spec
TH350
Front Brakes
Power Disc
Rear Brakes
Power Disc
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