1956 CHEVROLET NOMAD BELAIR
RARE RUST FREE & SOLID
A GREAT CHANCE TO OWN A RARE '56 NOMAD THAT IS RUST FREE AND A ORIGINAL CORE NOMAD. THE CAR IS A COMPLETE MATCHING NUMBER CAR WITH ONLY A COLOR CHANGE IN A REPAINT FROM THE 1980'S.
THE CAR WAS A ORIGINAL RARE COLOR COMBO TWO TONE SHERWOOD GREEN METALIC AND INDIA IVORY. THE INTERIOR WAS A TRI-TONE GREEN WITCH IS UNDER THE RECOVERED CURRENT BROWN INTERIOR / DOOR PANELS AND SEATS. CARPET IS OLDER BLACK CARPET AND THE HEADLINER LOOKS TO BE GOOD ORIGINAL WITH MINOR DISCOLORING HERE AND THERE. THE SEATS ARE GOOD AND THE MATERIAL IS 70'S TUCK AND BUTTON PATTERN WITH TOUGH WEARING BROWN VIYNAL PATTERN. IT IS IN GOOD SHAPE FOR DRIVER AND NO MAJOR RIPS OR WEAR. SOME BUTTONS NEED RETUCKED. THE REAR CARGO AREA IS GOOD AND HAS LATER CARPET IN THE FLOOR AREA WHERE LAMANENT WAS FROM THE FACTORY. THE TAIL GATE STILL HAS LAMANENT ON THE GATE.
THE MOTOR RUNS STRONG AND IS ORIGINAL WITH MILEAGE AT 99,900. 265 V8 WITH A 2 BARREL AUTOMATIC POWERGLIDE. THE MOTOR IS VERY RESPONSIVE AND NO BAD LEAKS OR ISSUES. TRANSMISSION SHIFTS GOOD AND HAS GOOD PASSING GEAR RESPONSE. FLUIDS CHANGED AND ARE CURRENT. RADIATOR IS GOOD AND ORIGINAL WITH CODES. REAR END IS GOOD, NO NOISE. JUST A GOOD CARED FOR CAR OVERALL.
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