In 1954 at GM Motorama, GM desginers and engineers unveiled a
uniquely designed 2-door wagon to the public to gauge their
reaction to the bold design. Consumers loved the car, tagged as one
of Harley Earl's "dream cars". Instead of developing an entirely
new model line to support the wagon, Chevrolet, using the existing
popularity of the Bel Air name, presented the Nomad as the Bel Air
Nomad - a wagon for those looking for more space in their Bel Air.
The wagon was a hit and would continue production on and off until
This 1957 Nomad is the result of an over-the-top restoration
completed by the previous owner. Finished in India Ivory over
Coronado Yellow, this car was restored with a nod to originality
while adding certain modern conveniences. Powered by a small block
Chevrolet 350 cubic-inch motor tied to a 2-speed Powerglide
transmission, this Nomad is the kind of car you that you can
confidently drive to any show and leave with your Best in Show
trophy. Power brakes, power steering round out an ideal Nomad to
drive. On the inside, the black and yellow interior is complimented
by the black dash. Throughout the interior of this car, it is
obvious that no corners were cut during the restoration. India
Ivory over Coronado Nomads are not common and this car presents a
tremendous opportunity to own the most iconic year of this famous
Unless stated otherwise, mileage shown on odometer is exempt and
unknown if original.
1957 Chevrolet Nomad
Location:Vero Beach, Florida
Exterior Color:Coronado Yellow
Interior Color:Black & Yellow
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