Both rare and highly desirable, this all-American Nomad is one of the coolest people movers on the planet! And whether you’re a diehard Chevy fan, a wagon enthusiast or just someone who wants to drive something nobody’s ever seen, it’ll have you dreaming of good times and great friends! This Chevy retains much of its factory charm thanks to what appears to be a largely rust-free life that was devoid of catastrophic events. Circa 2007 when the time came for restoration, the car’s solid panels were massaged flat in preparation for correct India Ivory and Matador Red 2-stage. And not only does that highly polished pigment present well from all angles, it provides a rolling testament to top notch metalwork and years of stellar care. Follow this Bel Air’s bright Matador shine in to its muted engine bay and you’ll find a correct “F” branded small block that’s seen roughly 100 miles of road time since its 2015 overhaul. Behind that engine, a tough Powerglide 2-speed hangs a correct 3708134 casting number and April (D) 1st (1), 1957 (7) casting date in front of a familiar GM axle. Cushy turning characteristics are provided by factory power steering. Confident stops come courtesy of power-assisted drums. And power meets the pavement thanks to Matador Red steelies, which spin 7.50-14 BF Goodrich Silvertown whitewalls around stylish spinner hubcaps. Restored and ready to hit the road, this awesome Chevy is the perfect place to “See the U.S.A.”! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.
Price in USD: 79900