The Nomad is most commonly recalled for its two-door form which you could find from 1955 -1957, and was considered a halo model during those three years.
The 1957 model saw a few changes, the V-8 engine displacement grew to from 265 to 283, with the “Super Turbo Fire V8” option producing 283 horsepower (211 kW) with the help of continuous fuel injection.
Even though the 1955-57 design was considered to be a milestone vehicle design, GM discontinued the original Nomad Sport Wagon and introduced a new body for 1958, making this car a collectors item.
This Chevrolet Nomad Wagon is located in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates as part of a vintage car collection.
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