In 1954, as part of their Motorama lineup, General Motors displayed 3 special prototype Corvettes; a new hard top version, a fast back called the Corvair, and the only Corvette station wagon built called the Nomad, the name which was later used for the 1955-57 Chevrolet Station Wagon. Inspired by that show car, 52 years ago, we are pleased to introduce a modern re-interpretation of that theme.
|All the image credits are General Motors Corporation
Colors (Exterior options), Interior options... , the same as by the 1953 CEs
This follow-up vehicle based around our popular 1953 Commemorative Edition Convertible. The Wagon conversion is built on a 1997-2004 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe (glass fastback). The rear hatch is fully functional, utilizing the existing hatch mechanism, seals, and latches there are no modification to the existing seal surfaces.
Production tooling is underway, and orders are now being taken. For more information, please give us a call
Check out Andy Bolig's article from Corvette Enthusiast at the link below:
Corvette Enthusiast (Wagon) New Original Modern Artistic Design
Corvette Enthusiast :: article - video
Chevrolet, Corvette, Nomad are all registered trade marks of General Motors Corporation are not affiliated with this vehicle.