This 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air Nomad underwent significant modifications prior to the seller’s acquisition in 2017, including the installation of a potent 383ci stroker V8 engine and a robust 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission. The vehicle boasts a striking red and white exterior, complemented by a red interior. Noteworthy features encompass 17-inch Foose wheels, a four-wheel disc brake system, air conditioning, cruise control, power windows, a retro-inspired stereo, and aftermarket speakers. The Nomad is now available with an Arizona title in the seller’s name.

The vehicle was meticulously refinished in its current red and white scheme during a comprehensive refurbishment in 2015. It is adorned with a hood ornament, tinted windows, hooded headlights, chrome bumpers, dual exhaust outlets, and a discreetly concealed fuel filler above the left taillight.

The 17-inch Foose wheels are shod with Goodyear Assurance tires, and the car is equipped with power steering. Red brake calipers are mounted over cross-drilled and slotted rotors at all four corners.

Inside, the cabin features front and rear bench seats upholstered in pleated red fabric. Amenities include air conditioning, power windows, cruise control, a center storage console, aftermarket speakers and amplifier, and a retro-style Bluetooth head unit with USB inputs. The red headliner is adorned with bright trim.

The red and white steering wheel fronts a Classic Instruments cluster, which houses a 140-mph speedometer, an 8k-rpm tachometer, and auxiliary gauges. The six-digit odometer reads 28k miles, with approximately 5k miles added under current ownership. The total mileage is indeterminate.

The 383ci stroker V8, installed in 2015, is equipped with a Carter AFB Competition Series carburetor and a Griffin radiator. The dual exhaust system features Flowmaster mufflers.

Power is delivered to the rear wheels via a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission.

The Arizona title bears a notation indicating “mileage in excess of the odometer mechanical limits.”