Story and photos by Colin Date
The ’57 Nomad is arguably the most beautiful and most collectible Nomad of all. Sure, production during the “Tri-5” years was quite limited to begin with – 8,530 units in 1955 and 8,103 in ’56 – but for 1957, production dropped to just 6,534 units. Add this low build number to the fact that the ’57 Chevy Bel Air (on which the Nomad was based) stands as perhaps the world’s most iconic vehicle ever, and you have an instant automotive masterpiece.
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