This custom Nomad Wagon was the 2016 Portland Roadster Show Third Place winner in the Station Wagon Division. Its top-to-bottom restoration project began in 2010 and was completed in 2014. It is powered by a 348ci engine that was rebuilt by a racing engine specialist and automatic transmission. Also under the hood is a polished aluminum Edelbrock Performance RPM 4-barrel intake manifold, dual electric engine fans, and a dual stainless steel exhaust system. This Wagon features factory electric windows, electric seats, front heated seats, air conditioning, factory stainless steel trim package, remote battery in the rear, engine kill switch on the bottom of the steering column, variable speed windshield wipers, polished aluminum rims, and a retro AM/FM radio that is iPhone compatible. The car comes with a Dyno Data Report and a book of records on all shops that worked on the restoration including pictures and receipts.
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