Chevrolet Nomad 1954 posters

Chevrolet Nomad

The Chevrolet Nomad was a much-loved station wagon produced by the Chevrolet Motor Division of General Motors Corporation from 1955 to 1961. Remembered to this day as a two-door station wagon linked to the "surf culture" of the late 1950s and early 1960s, it was Chevrolet's halo model during its short production run. 1955-1957 The Nomad's design was distinct from other station wagons of that era and shared similarities with a hardtop. It was born from a General Motors Motorama concept car also called the Nomad, which was based on the Corvette. GM allowed it to go into production if it was transferred to full-size models, particularly the popular Bel Air model. 1958-1961 The body style had changed for the new model year and the Nomad continued as a four-door station wagon. It eventually shifted to the Impala model range before Chevrolet transitioned all station wagons to their parent model name at the end of the 1961 model year. 1964 through 1980's The Nomad made a return in 1964 and 1965 as a two-door Chevelle station wagon. The 1970's saw it offered as a G-Series full-size van model. By the 1980's a new version of the Nomad had arrived, although it had no relation to the original 1955 model.

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