by Mike Boffo
Ever since our great country started manufacturing the automobile, cars have had a tendency to “grow” in overall mass. Chevrolet’s Impala was no exception.
First introduced in 1958, the Impala was a hit. It was bigger, lower and longer than the ’57 Bel Air it replaced, and it was the first year Chevy offered the 348 cubic-inch V8 as an option in its car line.
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