1956 Chevrolet

Nomad

Offered At

$45,900

Stock
630
Engine Size
265 V8
Transmission Type
3 Speed Manual
Vin
VC56B101200
Miles
70,747

1956 Chevrolet Nomad

Arguably the most desirable of the Tri-Five 1955-1957 Chevys was the limited production Nomad Two-Door Station Wagon. It was the division's most expensive car at $2,707 except for the two-seater Corvette. Chevy sold just 7,886 for 1956, the second of three years the car was produced. Following the phenomenal success of the 1955 models, Chevrolet created an equally successful lineup for 1956. The Nomad was fittingly part of the top-of-the-line Bel Air series which sported more chrome and bright trim along with full carpets, dual sunvisors and an electric clock among its extras.

This 1956 Nomad VIN# VC56B101200 is a fresh home restoration that was done at a very high level of quality. The odometer shows 70,747 miles, but the consigner claims there's less than 5 miles since the restoration was finished. It has the original 265ci engine and 3-speed manual transmission, with an Indy floor shifter. The engine has power pack heads and an early Corvette intake and 4-barrel carburetor. The interior is an attractive soft yellow vinyl and charcoal cloth in the original pattern. The brake system has an upgrade to power with a dual master cylinder, but the drum brakes have been retained front and rear. The Chevrolet Rally Wheels with disc brake center caps give the car an attractive look.

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