1957 Chevrolet Nomad
1957 Chevrolet Nomad. Chevrolet Nomad, Chevrolet Motor Division of combined General Motors Corporation, produced in 1955-1961. Nomad is best remembered as a two-door combination and are usually associated with the “surf culture” of the 1950s and early 1960s. Chevrolet Nomad halo model was considered for three years as a production two-door station wagon. Two-door Nomad combination differs from others who at the time, by a unique style rather reminiscent of a hardtop instead of a standard station wagon.
1957 Chevrolet Nomad is to provide them with a body like a sister in Pontiac, who share their version of the Pontiac Safari marketed. The unique design of car 1957 Chevrolet Nomad by Nomad, which were rooted in a General Motors Motorama show car of the same name based on the Corvette. GM approved production of the vehicle if the design can then be transferred to a full size model, because top GM brass felt that they sell more models if it is connected to the popular Bel Air model.
Meanwhile, the 1957 Chevrolet Nomad is still a milestone vehicle design, included General Motors, because they stop the original nomads at the end of model year 1957 to have on the upcoming halo vehicles like the Chevrolet Impala new focus. Exterior paint-irus and yellow colors. Completely from the ground again. The car was restored by the California Trunk Road in Huntington Beach, California. From body, powder coat chassis, new equipment, mount, power steering, new brakes, front and rear suspension, new rear end and transmission, all new electrical wiring, new door rubber, New Carpet, Custom wheels, water plant was added. so the car looks really cool and enticing the viewer immediately.Sponsored Links:
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