1958 Apache 3200. Long bed, step side, 6 cyl, 3 on the tree.
1958: Significant redesign of front end. All light-duty trucks are now
called "Apache", medium-duty trucks called "Viking", and heavy-duty
trucks called "Spartan". Truck has four headlights instead of the
previous two and features a shorter, wider grille running the width of
the front end. Parking lights are now in the grille instead of being in
the front of the fender and the hood is similar to 1955/1956 models, but
with a flat "valley" in the middle. First year for factory-equipped air
conditioning. For 1958, GM was promoting their fiftieth year of
production, and introduced Anniversary models for each brand; Cadillac,
Buick, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, and Chevrolet. The 1958 models shared a
common appearance on the top models for each brand; Cadillac Eldorado
Seville, Buick Roadmaster Riviera, Oldsmobile Holiday 88, Pontiac
Bonneville Catalina, and the all-new Chevrolet Bel-Air Impala. The
trucks also received similar attention to appearance, while staying
essentially durable, with minimal adornment.
I would call this truck a super nice Arizona survivor.
8' long bed.
The truck shows over 19,5xx miles but don't know how many times it
turned over. It was restored about 10 years ago and garage kept and
lightly driven since. Interior is excellent. No radio installed. Wiper
switch does not work. Dash lights operate intermittently. Everything
else is good to go. Gas Gauge and all other gauges operate normally. Not
a single ounce of bondo and no rust anywhere.
Truck starts and runs great. Straight 6 with a 3 speed on the tree. YES - This truck has Air Conditioning!!
A couple very interesting original features include an original "oil
bath" air filter set up and an original "canister type" oil filter.
Original Owners manual included along with a couple Chilton's Maintenance manuals.
This is a $20,000 truck all day long. I need some cash to grow my business and need to make this sacrifice for $18,900.