1958 Chevrolet Brookwood

Sold For $13,750

Inclusive of applicable buyer's fee.

Lot Location: Fort Lauderdale, Florida

RM | Auctions - FORT LAUDERDALE 31 MARCH - 2 APRIL 2017
- Offered on Friday

  • Rebuilt six-cylinder engine
  • Powerglide automatic transmission
  • Mild customization
  • Green & white interior with custom seat & door panels
  • USB port
  • Aftermarket stereo CD with door speakers & subwoofer
  • Cragar wheels
  • Radial whitewall tires

The 1958 Chevrolet station wagon lineup (there were five different types available) were described in factory literature as having “big new glamour, eager to do half-ton chores and have fun when they’re done.” They were noted for the sweeping lines, roof-recessed lift-gate for greater floor-to-ceiling load height being dramatically lower and wider, graceful sloping pillars, plus ease of travel.

Having received some mild custom touches, this custom one-stage enamel green and white 1958 Brookwood wagon is stated to be in excellent overall general condition; it is powered by a rebuilt six-cylinder engine (reported with 3,000 miles) that is paired with a Powerglide automatic transmission and the “standard rear differential.” The Chevy has a two-tone white and green interior, a roof rack and original style power steering. The undercarriage is reported as being partially cleaned and refinished and the spare is on the original steel rim.

Among the updated items are front disc brakes with rear drums, 15-inch Cragar wheels, radial whitewall tires, green tinted windows in the second row and quarter glass, electric fuel pump, fender skirts (finished, not installed), Impala steering wheel, California one-piece front bumper, custom seat and door panels, carpet in the cargo area, shoulder harness front seatbelt, USB port in place of the cigarette lighter, aftermarket stereo CD radio, four door speakers, rear subwoofer, stereo amplifier, along with custom front and rear foglights.

The body components are reported as having “fair to good” fit, the stainless molding is original, the chromed elements are a mix of original and replated and the rust has been repaired as needed over the past 15 years. Whatever your next cargo may be, travel with the Brookwood in style.

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