These classic Chevy 1958 Impala doors were supposed to be installed in a 57 but the kit was sent to the incorrect address by mistake. So we have these brand new unused and never installed 1957, 1958, 1959 or 1960 Chevy Impala door kit with glass, trim and arm rest. You can use these classic Chevy 1958 Impala doors on any impala rather it’s a short frame or long frame car because they fit perfectly. This is something that you won’t find anywhere else and you can be sure that you’ll love this upgrade if your original front door has some cracks and rips or even missing parts. If you live in a colder climate like Canada, having a set of classic Chevy 1958 Impala doors ensures that you don’t have to go through any sort of hassle with the seatbelt getting jammed in between the door and the car causing a huge inconvenience for you.
1957 chevy doors for sale
Chevrolet Trucks Custom 1957 Chevy Pickup Stepside Pickup All Original 29,000 Miles
Transmission: Automatic (#’s Match)
Engine: 350ci V8 (#’s Match)
Mileage: 29,000 (Actual)
Exterior Color: Blue/White/Red
Interior Color: White
Body Style: Truck – Stepside Pickup – 3D Standard Cab Pickup – 2-Door
1957 Chevy Pickup Doors for Sale
1957 Chevy pickup doors for sale, how much did a 1957 thunderbird cost in 1957, how much was a 57 chevy in 1957, how much is a 1957.
How Much Did A 1957 Thunderbird Cost In 1957?
The Thunderbird was introduced in 1955 as an upscale version of Ford’s popular F-series trucks. It featured a special grille with hidden headlamps, chrome trim and an optional V8 engine that increased its performance considerably. The first year’s production consisted of 7,237 cars and it sold for $2,800 (about $25,000 in today’s money). Early models were called “Series T-Bird” from 1955 to 1957 and later models were simply called “Thunderbird.”