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This is an extremely nice 1957 Nomad that had been in the same family for over 40 years the last 22 mostly in storage with just an occasional Sunday drive. It underwent a restoration right before going into storage. It was built at the GM plant in Los Angeles, CA and has been a California car ever since. There is absolutely no rust in this vehicle whatsoever. It is optioned with power steering, power brakes, and automatic transmission. The paint, interior, dash, gauges, suspension, etc. are all in excellent condition and working perfectly. This car runs and drives great and needs nothing.
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