Chevrolet Camaro 1958 has a distinctly sporty silhouette with a long hood, a short boot and a rear-facing saloon. Two models were produced: a closed two-door coupe (Sport Coupe) and an open two-door convertible (Convertible). They were four-seater with front separate seats and a rear solid sofa.
Characteristics of Chevrolet Camaro 1958
At the standard equipped model on the edges of the grille there were two round headlights. The round front position lights were next to each other. In its basic and inexpensive performance Camaro was a modestly equipped car, but it could easily be “decorated” with additional options. So, custom-made factory equipment offered hidden headlights. In this case, the black radiator lining extended over the entire width, the headlamps were closed with sliding curtains, and the rectangular front lights were located under the bumper. The special finish of the sidewalls, emblems, placed on the radiator grille, wings and a fuel tank cap complemented this option.