In 1958, the Nomad wagon was a top of the line model with additional chrome trim and luxurious appointments that make them very collectable today. This Nomad is a fine example of a rust-free Texas car that was frame-off restored to a high standard while adding custom touches and all modern driving conveniences.
Powered by a 400hp 383 small block, this wagon is powerful yet very easy to drive on the street. A 700R-4 automatic transmission provides a nice positive shifting feel and low first gear for stop light performance, while having the benefit of an overdrive gear for low RPM highway cruising. Power steering, cold A/C, and 4-wheels power disc brakes make you feel like you’re behind the wheel of a new car wrapped in vintage steel. A robust 9″ ford rear axle keeps with the proven and reliable theme.
Lazer straight paint and nearly flawless brightwork really show the attention to detail that continues throughout. Numerous subtle modifications were made to the bodywork that make this a truly one of a kind car: Steel hood cowl, frenched antenna, cadillac tail lights, bumpers tucked, rear wheel tubs etc.
The interior is a customized masterpiece of gray tweed, flowing varnished wood and velour carpet. Four comfortable and modern bucket seats with center consoles make this a comfortable cruiser with room for luggage.
Meticulously maintained; Ready to drive and enjoy.