The 1958 model year and the four that followed all had the exposed four-headlamp treatment and prominent grills, but a faux-louvered hood and chrome trunk spears were unique to 1958. The interior and instruments were updated, including placing a tachometer directly in front of the driver. For the 1958 model, an 8000 rpm tachometer was used with the 270 hp and 290 hp engines, rather than the 6000 rpm units used in the lower horespower engines. Optional engine choices included two with twin carburetors (including a 270 hp model with Carter 2613S and 2614S WCFB four-barrels) and two with fuel injection. Power output for the highest rated fuel-injected engine was 290 hp. Displacement remained 283 cid. For the first time, seat belts were factory-installed rather than being dealer-installed as on previous models.
This part is a new, aftermarket 4 Piece Weatherstrip Removal & Installation Kit which can be used to remove weatherstripping on any Corvette model.
This part is a good, used C1 Rear Bumper which can be installed on a 1958 to 1960 Corvette.
This part is a good, used C1 Instrument Cluster Panel which can be installed in a 1958 to 1962 Corvette.