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1958 Chevrolet Apache 32 NAPCO Pickup



  • A Bit of History: 
    • Chevrolet began installing the NAPCO Power Pak in factory in late 1956, but stopped after two years when they decided to redesign the front end of this style. 
    • About 1.1 Million Chevrolet Apache pickup trucks were produced in 1958, which was their first year of production. 
    • Based on the VIN, we estimate that this truck was manufactured in Janesville, WI, which was the oldest operating GM plant until production ceased in April of 2009. 


    Fun Facts: 

    • This truck was purchased in the fall of 2020 and features a factory-installed NAPCO Power Pak 4-wheel drive.    
    • This truck style debuted a wraparound windshield, 12-volt electrical systems, and a customizable color pallet. This turquoise and ivory paint scheme is just one of the options that were offered by Chevrolet at the time. 
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