If you are looking for an investment-grade "Tri-5" Chevy, look no further! You'll have a hard time finding a nicer example of the 1957 Chevy Bel Air series than this Nomad. The 2-door Nomad wagon is the most rare of the '57 Chevys, far more rare in production than the ever-popular convertible. This car was purchased in 1991 by our Company, and underwent a complete frame-off restoration that took almost exactly one-year full time. No expense was spared in restoring this beautiful car and no stone went unturned. The car was meticulously restored by a since-retired employee of ours who had a background in museum-quality restorations on Deusenbergs and Packards. This car is striking and the body is as straight as an arrow. All of the body panels were replaced with rust-free 1957 GM sheetmetal, with no reproduction panels from overseas. This car is gorgeous, is brand new from top to bottom, and the rebuilt 283 V8 runs and sounds great through the stainless new dual exhaust. Everything about the car is right, and there are no excuses to be made for this car. When you see the crazy prices cars bring at Barrett-Jackson on TV, this car is of the quality you'd see there. I encourage anyone to come and take a look at the car in my showroom and go over it from top to bottom. I can safely tell you that my photos DO NOT do this great car any justice. PRINT THIS AD AND ASK FOR DAN BAKERMAN FOR INTERNET SPECIALS!!!!!!!!!