For sale is a 1957 Chevy Nomad in very good to excellent
condition. Includes a 350 cu. in. engine, automatic, AC, PS, PB,
Holly 4 barrel, fuel injected, digital dash, California car
cover. I have a third party appraisal report done on October
15th available upon request.
This Nomad is believed to have had a body-on restoration. It's powered by a 1995 Chevrolet 350 CID V8 with only around 11,500 miles on it since the rebuild. The car did receive upgraded Monroe shocks and disk brakes. The chromed wire wheels and thin white wall tires compliment this car very well, and even matches the color combination.
The Red and White paint is in great condition with only minor blemishes common on any type of driver. The car is still fully capable of attending any car show as well and surely able to turn some heads. All the chrome trim is in great condition along with the badges and glass.
The interior features a matching color scheme with custom red and black seats. This car has plenty of space even behind the massive tilt steering wheel. A fully custom digital gauge cluster provides a more modern appearance to the car. The A/C system blows but not cold, assume it needs a recharge. The car also comes with a custom-fitted California Car Cover to protect it from the elements and decrease any potential for dents or dings.
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