1955 Chevrolet Nomad Awesome Prof Build! Built 383 Stroker V8, Auto, A/C, Leather, Custom Paint, Wow!

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Today the Nomad is near the top of every Chevy fan’s wish list, and this gorgeous custom wagon gets a lot of things right: an outstanding paint job highlighted with lots of bespoke tricks, a gorgeous leather interior, and a fully sorted 383 Stroker V8 drivetrain that offers more power and more comfort than you could get from any factory in 1955. Take your time and drink this beautiful Tri-5 wagon in, because every square inch of this car is absolutely special.

There’s more awesomeness inside where all the custom work is so memorable, yet still so tastefully done that it’s hard to find a better interior in our inventory. The baby-butt soft, Mercedes-Benz Gray leather upholstery has an incredibly high-end look, perfectly stitched by the pros at Headliner Customs in Fort Worth, TX that put together the entire interior from top-to-bottom. The front bucket seats were borrowed from a Nissan 350Z, and they’re split by a custom fabricated center console that mimics the exterior paint scheme.

A 700R4 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission with a 2200 stall convertor feeds a Ford 9-inch rear end with 3.73 gear and is a big part of the reason this car is such a pleasure to drive, while the long-tube headers that feed the Flowmaster dual exhaust system give this beauty an amazing soundtrack. The undercarriage is insanely clean and includes a custom front end, RideTech coilovers all around, a 4-link rear-end, power 4-wheel disc brakes, power steering, and staggered Coy wheels wearing 225/35/20 front and 265/35/22 rear low-profile performance radials.

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April 3, 2021 5:21 am