This 1958 Chevrolet Bel Air 4-door pillar less is finished in two tone blue with matching blue vinyl upholstery. This fine example of a 1958 Bel Air has had a nut and bolt restoration and a complete engine rebuild. The 1958, Chevrolet models were redesigned longer, lower, and heavier than their 1957 Bel Air predecessors. The wide variety of body styles and models, could be optioned with every conceivable luxury Chevrolet offered. 1958 saw the first ever production Chevrolet big block V8, the 350 cu in 5.7 litre Engine, was now available. Chevrolet’s design for the year fared better than other GM offerings, and lacked the over-abundance of chrome. Complementing Chevrolet’s front design was a broad grille & quad headlights that helped simulate the Cadillac. The Bel Air revised tail-end, received a fan-shaped alcove on both side panels, which housed its dual tail lights.