800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1958 Chevrolet Nomad Restomod has a very cool look, but that's just the beginning of what makes it so appealing. After all, there's also a custom leather-lined A/C interior, air ride suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, a five-speed, and serious big block power. So you can see there has been a big investment in a total package that's made to impress.
This car combines three things we love. First it's the one-year only styling of the 1958 Chevy. Second, it has the premium appeal of a Nomad. Third, thanks to some good bodywork, it's now a classic two-door wagon (remember, there was a Nomad in '58, but it has switched to a four-door.) The Burnt Orange paint is a modern application with plenty of metallic to really let it radiate in the sunshine. This goes well with the brightwork elements. You have classic pieces like the full-width grille that takes up half the front end. And there are also unmistakable upgrades, including the 20-inch polished alloys. They help announce this is a custom machine, but it's far from the only addition. The shaved door handles, large exhaust tips, and a full flame-kissed pinstriping package make sure everyone recognizes this is a custom build. And don't forget that the adjustable air ride suspension lets you dial in your ideal stance.
Remote door openers are your gateway to an award-worthy interior. This is a full custom setup by the master Chuck Hanna. Everyone gets amazingly comfortable bucket seats finished in a supple leather - even in the rear! This beautiful saddle leather with classic textured Chevy inserts sets the tone for the full package. It's a full coordinated look, even in the rear cargo area, giving this the uniform appearance that everyone loves to see at the shows. As the name suggests, the Nomads are meant to cruise the open road. So this one has great features to keep everyone comfortable, including a Planet Audio AM/FM stereo, armrest center console, power locks, and ice-cold air conditioning. But like any good custom classic, the best treats are reserved for the driver. You get a stylish sports steering wheel mounted on a tilt column. The full Haneline gauge package keeps you fully informed. And you'll love the control of the transmission through the floor shifter.
The engine bay has a nice style with the smooth firewall, Chevrolet script valve covers, polished accessories, and bow tie trim done in burnt orange. Of course, what you'll really like is that this tidy look is around a big 502 cubic-inch crate V8. It's built right with aluminum heads, headers, and topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. There are even the right supporting components, like upgraded pulleys and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. You take proper control over the full big block package with the five-speed manual transmission. Plus, power steering, grippy ZR-rated tires, and four-wheel power disc brakes give you added confidence behind the wheel of this restomod.
This custom Chevy is rare, luxurious, powerful, and absolutely awesome. So don't miss out on the total package. Call now!
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