BROOKWOOD: DESIGNED FOR BIG DOINGS! was how the sales literature promoted their mid-range station wagons for 1958.
Although they didn't share the Series name, Brookwoods had the same trim level as the Biscayne models and replaced the Two-Ten.
The Brookwood station wagon came in two versions: the six passenger with a base price of $2,571 and the 9 passenger priced at $2,678. Both had 4-doors and came with a 235.5 cubic inch "Blue Flame" 6-cylinder engine with 3-speed manual transmission as standard.
Another $107 would have got you the base V8 which was a 283 cubic inch Turbo-Fire that output 185 horsepower.
The original owner of this Brookwood opted for something even more powerful and ordered the 348 Turbo-Thrust V8 with 4-barrel carburetor rated at 250 horsepower. It was a $166 option and another of five different V8s available. This car is also paired with a Powerglide automatic transmission adding another $231 to the original price.
To complement the beautiful Tropic Turquoise and Artic White exterior is a Turquoise basket weave cloth and vinyl interior.
Chevrolet sold 60,000 6-passenger and 17,100 9-passenger Brookwoods during the 1958 model year narrowly outselling the Nomad to become their best selling station wagon that year.
This Chevy Brookwood is currently for sale on eBay. (follow the link for even more photos)