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Revell 1/25 '56 Chevy Nomad 2N1

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Like many Chevys that year, the '56 Nomad had many design changes. Instead of recycling the '55's front end (which looked like a Ferrari®), Chevy modified the '56 to include a full-width grille. A powerful V-8 engine helped make the Nomad a favorite of drivers everywhere.

Revell 1/25 1956 Chevy Nomad 2N1

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Revell 1/25 '56 Chevy Nomad 2N1

The true traveler's choice.

Probably no other car has impacted middle class America quite the way the 1955-57 Chevrolet® did. For the first time, GM made OHV V8 engine horsepower available in a popularly priced car. Previously, such an engine was installed mostly in premium priced sedans. The new V8 Chevrolet changed all that. The famous "Tri-Chevy® Nomad® wagons" were built on their particular chassis for only three years; 1955 to 1957. So also was the two-door hardtop Nomad wagon. Your Revell kit is the 1956 version. The landmark chassis is represented in full detail. Based on a GM Motorama concept, customers said owning a Nomad was like driving a show car.

Like many Chevys that year, the '56 Nomad had many design changes. Instead of recycling the '55's front end (which looked like a Ferrari®), Chevy modified the '56 to include a full-width grille. A powerful V-8 engine helped make the Nomad a favorite of drivers everywhere. Today, the '56 Nomad remains a popular attraction at auto shows all over the country! Kit features a highly detailed chassis, a detailed V-8 engine, a realistic interior, soft black tires, chrome-plated parts, optional large-diameter custom wheels, stock wheels and California-style custom graphic decals.

Features and Specifications

• Skill level: 2

• Scale: 1/25

• Length: 8-1/16"

• Width: 2-3/4"

• Height: 2"

• Parts: 155

Additional Information

SKU 659337
Manufacturer Revell
Mfr Part Number 85-4947
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