The 1955 Chevrolet Nomad has collector appeal as it is the prettiest station wagon ever. It also has low production numbers—only 8,530 were produced.
The Chevrolet Nomad was introduced in February of 1955. Its design was unlike any other station wagon. From every angle it was stylish.
This particular Nomad has remained in the owner family for over 30 years. It was solid to begin with and a complete restoration was just completed in the last year. Exterior is Crimson Splash with a Sandstorm top. The paint is clearly a top notch professional paint with no visible flaws. All chrome and trim is in shiny new condition.
The interior has charcoal gray seats with red trim to match the exterior. The carpet is also gray. The digital dash has been painted to match exterior and is in excellent condition with no visible flaws.
Engine is a 305 cid V8 Camaro engine with automatic transmission. Other features are power steering, power brakes, and Vintage AC.
This 1955 Chevrolet Nomad runs and drives with excellent performance. All restoration receipts are on file as well as photos of the car before and during restoration.
You can view this 1955 Chevy Nomad by appointment, it is located in South Carolina