1955 Chevrolet Bel Air

1955 Chevrolet Bel Air

Chevrolet's renaissance occurred in 1955 when the company shifted its focus to the youth market rather than mom's 'grocery-getters' cars. The Chevrolet Nomad was introduced mid-year 1955 as part of Chevrolet's top series Bel Air lineup.

The 1955 Chevrolet Nomad was a freshly-styled two-door, hardtop station wagon. It featured a ribbed roof, slanted 'B' pillars, vertical chrome tailgate bars, a chrome spear on the front fenders and doors and a wraparound back window.

This 1955 Nomad is powered by Chevrolet's 265 cubic-inch, 162 horsepower, overhead V-8 that was introduced in 1955. Thanks to Chevrolet's new design, model year production sky-rocketed to over 1.7 million - of new - the highest priced Chevrolet in the 1955 line-up.

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