Deep-Dive Delray

Phil Aubrey Shows Off His ’58 Delray Not all divisions of General Motors during the 1958 model year fared as well as Chevrolet. Indeed, its lineup of cars was well accepted by the public. Among the all-new models offered that year was one within the Bel Air line—the upscale Impala offered in two-door hardtop and convertible body styles only. It was named after a kind of antelope, in order to convey the image of grace and speed. Also new for 1958 were the 348 big block V8, a new “Safety-Girder” X-frame chassis with four coil springs and the extra-cost air

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