Chevrolet dazzled the public when it launched its sporty Nomad station wagon in 1955. The two-door forwent value as its steep price rang up higher than any other Chevy model, including a Corvette, but there was no denying the wagon’s uniqueness or charm.
The one-of-a-kind model ran for just three short years but it still stirs enthusiasts’ hearts the world over. One ultra-large group dedicated to the preservation and restoration of these iconic haulers is the Chevrolet Nomad Association. Last week marked the club’s 25th annual convention, held in Itasca. Below are three owners who love getting behind the wheel to see the USA in their Chevrolet.
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