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- Title : Family Cruiser: 1958 Chevrolet Nomad 1958 chevy delray in All Chevy Models category
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Some questions frequently asked by users : my 1958 chevy wont start. coil problem?
so i have a 1958 chevy biscayne with a 1976 rebuild a chevy 350 with an hei distributor the car would crank and not turn over. after replacing the battery , the distributor, checking the alternator, the coil pack and ignition module the car still wouldn't start, i wasn't getting any spark to my plugs. i ran into a cable from my battery straight into my coil pack and the car fired right up . unfortunately i don't have a multi-meter right now is there any ideas as to which wire i need to replace??? thank you and me help is greatly appreciated
open question: what are some modifications you can make on a 1958 chevy delray to make it a safer and/or daily use vehicle?
i have a question about the origin of the chevrolet : bel air, biscayne, impala, delray, etc!!!?
i was thinking hard for the past few days about that specific line of chevrolet cars. i was wondering about the those packages. i know the bel air started off as a package on the styleline deluxe. my question is, where did 150, 250, bel air, biscayne, impala, and every other package lay out? also was it still styleline deluxe when they quit making the bel air(1975),biscayne(1972), delray(1958), and the early impalas(1976)? how did they all split apart from each other as packages? did they just simply become a distinct series of their own? and why would they make them look the same during their whole productions? all in all i'm really confused about this whole thing and it be great to get to the bottom of this subject. if someone could "thoroughly" explain it to me. id surely appreciate it. thanx
are suvs the cars of the 50s?
ok, what i mean by that, is they are like cars of the 50s, they are big, powerful, spacious, safety, and have towing capacities, and wost fuel economy. all of this from cars of the 50s, they are like the modern day 50s cars, but in a bigger version of it. do you agree with my ture topic. americans sure love station wagon suv's
need to sell a '54 chevy del-ray and i don't know what it's worth.?
i have a '54 chevrolet del-ray that i bought for $3,100 and i have put a little work into it, but it is taking up too much space and i have to get rid of it. the engine is a 235 6 cylinder with 67,000 original miles and it runs (fairly, but it runs) the body was re-painted to original color and is flawless. the stainless trim is a little banged up and needs repair, but there is almost no rust on it because it was garaged all these years. the only rust it has is a few small spots in the trunk. there is no carpeting and the upholstery needs completely replaced, which i was quoted $1,100 to fix. other then what i have mentioned, the car is in great shape. i have whitewall tires with good tread and 4 extra new tires. i don't know where to look to get an accurate appraisel for it and i don't want to be ripped off. to mdcbert: "the chevrolet delray debuted in 1954 as an optional trim level on the mid-range 210 series of chevrolet's full-size automobile. it later became a distinct series of its own. model history 1954-1957 the delray was a two-door sedan featuring an upgraded vinyl upholstery with "waffle-like" pleating, color-keyed to the exterior, along with carpeting and other minor upgrades. the standard equipment was otherwise essentially similar to the regular 210 models. the delray was offered until 1957, and proved reasonably popular. 1958 in 1958, the delray became a distinct series of its own, taking the place of the 150. the delray was chevrolet's price-leading, no-frills model, with the more expensive models being the biscayne, bel air and impala (the last being a sub-model of the bel air)." - wikipedia please try and do a little research before answering my question. thank you to everyone else.
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