Rules Are Meant to be Broken: 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Nomad

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Regular readers of Cars In Depth will notice a dearth of 1969 Camaros, 1957 Chevys and “Eleanor” Shelby Mustang replicas. I try to take photos of as many cars as I can but when a big show has hundreds of cars, you can’t shoot them all and you can see those Camaros and Bel Airs at just about any car show. Still, rules are meant to be broken and if you’re going to break one of your own rules, it should be a special case, like when we featured one of the 69 original 1969 ZL1 Camaros that was at the Eyes on Design show this year. Along with EoD, the Concours of America at St. John’s is one of the marquis car events in the Detroit area. This year one of the featured classes at the Concours was Jet Age Station Wagons, and no look at late ’50s and early ’60s wagons would be complete without a tri-five Chevy Nomad. The ’57 Nomad pictured here is about as good as a ’57 Chevy is going to get, literally concours quality.


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