800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1957 Chevrolet Nomad Bel Air Restomod has that great classic grocery-getter look with a stylish two-tone inside and out. And since this has a fuel-injected ZZ4 V8, fully upgraded front end, and a cold-blowing A/C interior, you can feel that this one was made to be your all-around favorite cruiser.
Turquoise paint and a white roof is an awesomely ideal way to represent the 1950s. It's part of a more modern application that retains a good gloss in the sunshine. So the overall impression is very vintage with the right thoughtful upgrades, and that sets the tone for the whole car. The initial restoration on this Nomad was likely completed around 2012, and in the last decade, the investments continued. So your overall impression will be an icon of the open road that was restored to make sure you can still enjoy the drive any time. That means the right details in style and substance. For example, the clear headlights look terrific during the day and light the way forward at night. And the upgraded to 15-inch Rally wheels keep a classic Chevy style but now mean you can fit better modern tires. And we especially like the presentation of the hallmark brightwork package. The big front end with the bumper and grille combo has the beautiful shine you want to go with the car's full bright attitude. So do the golden Chevrolet emblems on this VC-code car, the full-length sweeping side trim with the exclusive fan-style rear, and the Nomad's bright vertical slats over the hatch. It's the kind of car that will turn heads from blocks away.
The two-tone turquoise and white continues inside. It has an attractive style in upholstery with a hint of tuck and roll on the seat inserts. It's joined by quality pieces on the detailed headliner, smooth dash, and seat-matching door panels for a quality look and feel. And this one really is a detail-oriented package, right down to the working dome light. And the split rear hatch makes this is the classic that you'll love tailgating everywhere from car shows to sporting events. That's also why this one was built so that you can enjoy the drive better. You have well-integrated upgrades, like an AM/FM digital tuner w/aux input, a movable cup holder center console, and cold-blowing modern R134a air conditioning. And the Ididit tilt steering column and white-faced Omega gauges make for a better time behind the wheel.
The engine bay has a show-ready level of polish and tidiness. We always like seeing small block power under the hood of a Tri-Five Chevy, because after all, these were the cars that introduced us to this versatile powerhouse. But keeping with this Nomad's theme of improvements, you now have a fresher and powerful 350 cubic-inch ZZ4 performance crate V8. It's built with the right pieces for added power, like aluminum heads and headers feeding into the dual exhaust and Flowmasters. And there are also good supporting components, like a serpentine belt system and an aluminum radiator with electric fan. Best of all, a FiTech electronic fuel injection system was added within the last few years to deliver the best in power and consistency. As you look underneath, you can spot the CPP tubular control arm front suspension and CPP front disc brakes. Add in power steering, power brakes, and a smooth-shifting three-speed automatic transmission, and this Nomad has been upgraded to be an all-around driver.
This is the '57 Nomad that already has the right investments for power, comfort, and cruising style. It makes for a terrific driving classic that you need to get your hands on today. Call now!
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