1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Nomad.
2 Door wagon.
California car. Super STRAIGHT body.
Nomad has been partially restored by professional body shop.
The body of this Nomad is straight and in good condition. Car has no rust on the undercarriage, floors or wheel wells. It is a def must see car!
Originally equipped with a V8 automatic engine.
Chevy only made 7,886 Nomads in 1956 and the VIN as well as the data plate cowl tag confirm this to be a real Nomad. Body by Fisher. This car is in HIGH demand
Parts pictured come with the car in addition to other parts not shown in the pics.
Original glass windows are in tact and good. Floors and dash are also in good condition. Metal bumpers are included - see pics they are stored in back seat of car.
No engine or transmission.
This car is collectors dream and only needs a little TLC.
Please feel free to email if have any questions or want to see more pictures.
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1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Nomad.
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