1956 Chevrolet Nomad Bel Air Wagon - Restored California Car Ready to Cruise!

Price: US $64,900.00 Item location: Saint Louis, Missouri, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Nomad
  • Type: U/K
  • Trim: Base
  • Year: 1956
  • Mileage: 49,518
  • VIN: VC560054718
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: 4.3L 4343CC 265Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Powerglide Automatic
  • Drive type: U/K
  • Interior color: Blue
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1956 Chevrolet Nomad

Originally built in Oakland California in May of 1956, his 1956 Chevrolet Nomad spent the majority of its life in California and Washington state. The West Coast environment was extremely beneficial in preserving the condition of the metal on the car.

The Nomad is painted in Harbor blue over Nassau blue, hich was originally India Ivory over Nassau blue. The interior is code 591, hich is light blue pattern cloth over light blue imitation leather. During the restoration of the car, he body was stripped to bare metal and received a fresh two stage paint job. These cars have loads of chrome, uch of which is not available in reproduction form. Just the amount of chrome that goes around the interior and exterior windows is staggering! All of the chrome trim on this car has been redone and it really pops as a result. Re-chroming all of the shiny bits on this car is an easy $10-15k, o it's no cheap feat. Also replaced on the car was all of the rubber trim around the windows and doors.

Cowl Tag 56 1064 DF = 1956 Nomad body Trim - 591 = light blue pattern cloth, ight blue imitation leather Paint - 707 = india ivory over Nassau blue (now Harbor blue over Nassau blue) Acc - padded dash (restored without padded dash) Body # - CL 5837

During the restoration, he chassis was blasted down to bare metal and re-finished in a clean coat of GM semi gloss black paint. Upon reassembly, he chassis received all new suspension components and restored brake components as well. The resulting ride has a smooth, nd original feel. If you are a purist, ou'll enjoy the ride.

The motor looks to be the original engine that came with the car. There were no serial numbers stamped on these blocks, o they cannot be matched to the VIN. That said, he block casting is 370091 which codes to a 1956 265 V8. The stamped pad shows F56FB, hich codes to a '56 Flint built motor with a Powerglide and 4BBL dual exhaust setup. The motor starts up immediately upon turning the key and the engine falls into a smooth idle. Enhanced by the dual exhaust system, t has a mellow yet present exhaust note which alerts passers by to the classic V8 powerplant under the hood. The transmission is a smooth shifting Powerglide that was cast in January, few months prior to the build of the car.

Engine 265 V8 4BBL dual exhaust (power pack) block casting - 3720091 = 1956 265 V8 stamped pad - 0233398 F56FB = Flint Michigan plant 1956 w/powerglide, BBL, ual exhaust intake manifold casting - 3837109 date D126 = 1956 4BBL April 12 1956

Transmission Powerglide 2 speed automatic main body casting - 3708234 main body casting date - A126 = January 12 1956

Rear End casting # - 3707306 casting date - F196

For the Chevy enthusiast looking for a wonderful driving, trong showing, est Coast preserved classic, his 1956 Nomad is quite the looker!