This 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Nomad is an older frame-off restoration that has been with the seller for 32 years and is powered by a 350ci V8 engine backed by a Richmond 5-speed manual transmission. Features include a B&M supercharger, dual carburetors, tilt steering, and manual windows. Finished in Burgundy Red over a tan cloth and vinyl interior, this garage-kept Nomad is available now and comes with a clear Illinois title in the seller’s name.
The exterior is finished in Burgundy Red and features chrome bumpers, a chrome grille, dual headlights, driver- and passenger-side mirrors, and Bel Air side trim. Additional features include dual taillights with blue dots and reverse lights.
A set of aluminum 5-spoke Weld Racing Pro Star wheels is wrapped in radial tires.
The tan vinyl and cloth interior is equipped with tan carpeting, manual windows, a floor-mounted manual transmission shifter, a tilt steering column with a late-model GM steering wheel, an AM radio, and a Burgundy Red steel dashboard with a clock and tan accents.
A 120-mph speedometer and gauges for the coolant temperature and fuel level are mounted ahead of the driver. A set of four gauges with readouts for the oil pressure, coolant temperature, boost, and voltage are mounted under the dashboard. The odometer reads 17,000 miles, but this vehicle's actual mileage is unknown.
Power is provided by a 350ci V8 engine backed by a Richmond 5-speed manual transmission. Underhood features include a B&M supercharger with dual four-barrel carburetors. The seller notes that the oil and oil filter have been changed regularly.
This Chevrolet was factory-equipped with an independent front suspension and a solid rear drive axle. A full-length dual-exhaust system exits at the rear.