The Forward Look never looked better than on the 1958 Dodges. Dart-shaped profiles, quad headlights that fit neatly under expanded fender tops and dramatic color schemes were balanced by a full repertoire of standard features including chrome windshield surrounds, thin chrome grille accents and bodyside moldings. Under the hood even the base Coronet boasted a 325 cubic inch 245 hp overhead valve V-8 and Chrysler's innovative pushbutton automatic transmission selector. This 1958 Coronet convertible is V-8 powered and has an automatic transmission, dual outside rear view mirrors, whitewall tires, dual swept back rear-mounted radio antennas, power steering, power brakes, and -- very unusually for the period and the convertible body style, air conditioning. It is a very pretty, handsomely presented, straight car with solid cosmetics, a great driver that will be shown with pride at the end of a day's tour or in the local drive-in's parking lot on cruise night. The Fifties were the beginning of Dodge's ascendancy into one of Chrysler's surviving marques in the 21st century, evidencing qualities which this 1958 Coronet Convertible displays to advantage.
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