Nomad Unmodified

Bill Smith’s Nomad is a Piece of Visual History There is a great deal of history behind this 1955 Nomad. Back in the early 1970s, I had a 1955 Chevy two-door hardtop, but unfortunately, it got stolen. Several years later, I decided to look for another 1955 Chevy. In 1978, a friend of mine told me about this car. I went to look at it in a barn near Pittsburg, KS. (Yes, it was one of those barn finds that we all hear about.) It didn’t have a motor or drive train in it—as a matter of fact, it had

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