1958 Chevy Brookwood 4X4 Wagon

1958 Chevrolet Brookwood 4x4

I wouldn’t call this one a barn find per say, but it’s just so well… interesting that I couldn’t resist. This odd creations always pique my interest and this one actually looks to have been built quite well. Given that demand for 4 door Brookwood wagons isn’t particularly high, this actually seems like a good use for this one. Find this 4×4 here on eBay complete with 350 V8 and automatic transmission in Foristell, Missouri!


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  1. Van

    If I needed a 4×4, for light duty, and I like classics, this would be a home run.

  2. Kincer Dave Member

    Now I know that they kind of diminished the value of an old classic but I’ve got to say I love it! If I had the money I’d be all over this! I would fix things as I could and enjoy it as much as I could. I think it looks awesome!

  3. Darrun

    1958 SUV. If only the manufacturers had thought of this!. I like it. If it was done properly, someday when Brookwoods are valuable it could be transformed back to original.

  4. William H

    Certainly would make a great hunting rig and would be the envy of everyone on the deer lease.

  5. JW

    As a big 4×4 nut I love it, being in Missouri it’s very tempting.

  6. boxdin

    Its almost the size of a modern suburban.

  7. BCG 1

    There was the same rig in red at Sears Point this weekend.

  8. Ron Engel

    First off there were’t many made and not a lot of survivors. The ones that did survive are getting pretty good prices! I guess the “sunshine pump” wasn’t working when this vehicle was built! The only thing worse would be to cut the top off and make a touring car!

  9. Alan (Michigan)

    If exposed to the elements very much, this car’s body will go quickly to a very ugly state. The rust is there, and will continue in earnest unless halted and reversed by aggressive intervention.

    But I do like it, as something different. Some conversion was done a while ago. Just looking at things like the brake booster/mater cylinder lead me to believe that the car has many more non-’58 components than might be expected.

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