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This truck was built in 1957 for the 1958 new model year and was the 67th vehicle produced at the Oakland California plant. Originally shipped to Lake Chelan, Washington. It is a very unusual truck with the panoramic back window, AM radio, Deluxe Heat and trim plus the NAPCO (National Auto Parts Company) 4-wheel drive system. It sits up nice and tall with factory 16" wheels and the NAPCO factory lift. Powered by the original Thriftmaster 235 straight-six engine also referred to as the "Stovebolt" and very popular among Chevrolet enthusiasts for it durability and power. The vehicle is shifted through the original SM420 4-speed manual transmission and the 4x4 is driven through the original Spicer 23 divorced transfer case. The truck is geared with 3.90:1 differentials and has original WARN locking hubs.
This truck just underwent a 3-1/2 year nut and bolt restoration including overhauling the engine, transmission, differential, axles, wiring, gauges, radio, braking system, fuel system and interior and exterior. The body panels were all stripped, sealed, primed and painted after being hand aligned and pre assembled. Great care has been taken to align all the body panels for show quality. Original parts were restored and the truck was kept as original as possible. Only the master cylinder was changed to dual stage, brake lines to stainless and a power brake booster was added. The dual master cylinder and brake booster are professionally mounted in the original position, under the driver's side floor.
This truck runs and drives like a new car and is a vehicle you will cherish and enjoy for years to come.
Call (425) 260-1395 or Email: bill@AutomotiveVelocity.com
A negotiable dealer documentation fee of up to $150 may be added to the sale price of this vehicle.
1958 NAPCO Apache Deluxe Panoramic 4x4
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