1955 original Chevrolet Nomad Bel Air Wagon excellent condition. This Nomad looks just like the General made it with the classic gypsy red & India ivory two toned paint with matching waffle interior.this Nomad is one of just 8,530 hardtop-styled Chevrolet dream wagons sold for 1955, Built in Saint Louis,Missouri.My father purchased it in Washington D.C. over 55 years ago.My Father lived in Boulder Creek, California for a few years as well as Pomona, California over 30 years. It’s been garage kept from since I can remember and only driven in clear weather. I empty the humidifier twice daily from the garage. I have tons of photos and all of the documentation dating back to its release date. The pictures speak for themselves. The head liner is outstanding and the chrome is excellent. Correct bias wide white wall tires on stock wheels and full deluxe hub caps. The interior was redone in original colors, the radio works, the car shines with some of the nicest chrome you’ll ever lay your eyes on. This car comes with several extra parts, some include the chrome “Bird" hood ornament, bel air chrome emblem and some extra engine parts.The radio is of FM/Casette player,The orig radio is in the crates.
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