1958 Chevrolet 1171

Year:
1958
Color:
Multi
Engine:
6 Cylinder
Vehicle:
CHEVROLET|DELRAY
  1. JackWagon

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  2. Yeoman

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    Nice wagon! My Yeoman has a 235 automatic. Runs great and keeps right up with traffic, no problem. I have some spare parts. Let me know if you need anything.
     
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  3. JackWagon

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    Thanks and I appreciate it! It was pretty fast when I last drove it in 85. It’s been rebuilt and runs like a sewing machine now. I’m just fixing what’s there and piecing in the rest as time and money allow. We will drive it on short hops next spring as it gets to be more dependable.
     
  4. Silvertwinkiehobo

    Silvertwinkiehobo "Nothing is foolproof as fools are ingenious."

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    Is its license plate "YO MAN?"
     
  5. JackWagon

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    Good one! No we have a “year of manufacture” plate here.
    If you can find an unregistered plate the year your car was built you can register your car to it
     
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    Nice '58 2-Dr Wagon. My first car was a '58 Wagon. A Nomad, that had of course 4 doors. Wish they had continued with the 2 door tradition, but they made them in 4 doors and finally dropped the Nomad name in '62.
     
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