Purchase Price

123,000 USD

Landed Price

Vehicle description

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 1972. This 1957 Nomad is nothing short of spectacular. The result of a high-end frame-off restoration, this wagon's exterior gleams with a show finish in turquoise and white. Driving with a correct 283ci V8, an automatic transmission, power steering and power brakes, this Nomad is an outstanding car to drive. Factory air-conditioning rounds out what is an iconic car in outstanding restored condition. Front to back, outside to inside, this Nomad defines a truly high-end tri-five. Investment level Nomads like this are not often available. Unless otherwise stated, mileage shown on odometer is exempt and unknown if original. --...



LocationVero Beach, Florida
Exterior colorTropical Turqoise
Interior colorBlack & Turqoise
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