1957 Chevrolet Nomad Bel Air Details
This is one beautiful 57 Nomad, BUT IT DOES have some rust issues. See the pics and description below. This is the only car with rust I have sold, so I am selling it super cheap so I can move it on, and you can get a worthwhile deal you will be happy with. This gorgeous ride has a Small Block Chevy V8 with a Turbo 350 transmission. The motor runs great and the transmission shifts perfectly. It has fairly new Mallory electronic ignition Power Disc Brakes and rides great down the highway. We are prepared to install the power steering and A/C at your request and cost to you of $5000 installed. This car has an aggressive rake, for a cost to you of $500 we are willing to put in taller front springs.
This Nomad has a fairly new interior. The seats look amazing without rips stains or busted seams. The carpet looks great and is in great condition. It has a new head liner with new chrome headliner strips. The interior looks so good and clean in this ride, you’ll be wiping your feet before you get in.
The dash is very nice in this car. The paint is nice and shiny and polishes up like new. All the chrome trim on the dash looks great. The gauge cluster is in great condition very clean and like new.
The paint is in good condition. It is a real nice and glossy professional paint job that looks great. There are very few minor imperfections in the paint that are hard to notice as you walk around the car. All the chrome looks very nice and shiny and is in good condition. It has 15” spoke wheels with fairly new tires.
This is a really nice car; it looks great and drives even better. If you’re looking for a Nomad this is the one for you! This thing is ready for some serious cruising. Head out to the car show or cruise the coast with the longboard hanging out the back looking for surf. Whatever you want this car for you’ll have a great time in it!
This car runs great, and looks great from everywhere but under it. You could drive it the way it is now for the rest of your life, or until you wanted to work on the bottom. I also wanted to mention that there are some patches that have been done in the rear quarter panels. You can see them from the underside.