Super Chevy & Hot Rod Magazine Featured! TwinTurbo LS3, Turbo 400 Auto, MUST SEE

1956 Chevy Nomad Twin-Turbo LS3



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Super Chevy & Hot Rod Magazine featured build! Built Twin Turbo LS3, Turbo 400 auto trans, boxed chassis, stunning fully custom Relicate leather interior, RideTech air suspension, Wilwood brakes - too much more to list!



"The Chevrolet Nomad made its debut as a Harley Earl Dream Car concept at the 1954 Motorama, and this one-of-kind 1956 twin-turbocharged Nomad packs performance and craftsmanship beyond even Earl's wildest dreams. The Nomad was designed and built by the team at The Restomod Store in Independence, Missouri, and the custom creation was featured in Hot Rod Magazine and Super Chevy Magazine. The Restomod Store pushed the factory custom Bel-Air well past the next level and hit the laser-straight steel bodywork with custom mixed orange and pewter DuPont Axalta urethane paint topped with hand-laid two-tone pinstripes. The shop's body and paint expertise earned the Nomad a spot in the DuPont calendar.



Prodigious power comes by way of a Chevrolet Performance LS3 V-8 crate engine that packs a brutal one-two punch. The body-color-keyed Top Street Performance TSP Velocity intake manifold and custom Comp camshaft work with two Precision Turbo 6266 turbochargers and a front-mount intercooler for an estimated 650 HP at 10 pounds of boost. Power gets down to the pavement through a Turbo 400 4-speed automatic transmission and a Gear Vendors overdrive for low-RPM highway hauling. RideTech air suspension with drop spindles and 4-wheel Wilwood disc brakes deliver modern road handling to match newfound power.



The Restomod Store expertise continues into the handcrafted custom leather interior. TEA's Seats designed and built custom front and rear buckets for the Nomad, and The Restomod Store team upholstered the cabin from the headliner to door panels and center console with distressed leather from Relicate. The mid-'50s meet the 21st century in the Bel Air wraparound dash. Dakota Digital VHX gauges, digital air conditioning, and heater controls, and a Kenwood touch-screen CD/DVD player with Hertz speakers. The one-of-a-kind Nomad waits for its next owner to settle in behind the tilt billet steering wheel, engage twin-turbo V-8 power, and roam the roads on Boze Alloys Traction Concave wheels and Mickey Thompson tires."

Engine

Engine Size

Twin-Turbo LS3 Crate

Body

Body Color

Orange/Pewter

Basic

Year

1956

Make

Chevrolet

Model

Nomad Twin-Turbo LS3

Interior

Interior Color

Brown Leather

Center Console

No

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