Features

El Nomado Features

  • 348 Cubic Inch Engine – available in 1958.
  • 3 “Deuces” – available in 1958.
  • 2 Speed Powerglide Transmission – available in 1958.
  • Full Reinforced “X” Frame.  Still sought after for hot-rodding.
  • Restored Dash Gauges.
  • Original Trim Polished and Reinstalled.
  • Cast Iron OEM Exhaust Manifolds.
  • Factory “3 Deuces” Intake Manifold.
  • Factory Differential Housing.

Modern Enhancements and Modifications –

  • Dual Reservoir Power Master Cylinder.
  • 4 Wheel Disk Brakes with Cross-drilled and Slotted Rotors.
  • Independent 4 Wheel Air Ride System.
  • 4 Stage Custom Blend Urethane Paint by Ed Irving at Ed’s Restoration in Pine Bush, NY.
  • Color Matched Dash and Interior Metal Parts.
  • H4 Halogen Headlights.
  • “Bowtie” Tailgate Latch Release.
  • “Frenched” Blue-Dot Cadillac Taillights.
  • “Frenched” Antenna Mount.
  • Shaved Door Handles with Remote Control “poppers”.
  • One-Piece Front Bumper.
  • “Tire Warmer” Exhaust System with Flowmaster mufflers.
  • 18″ Boyde Coddington “Crown Jewel” Wheels.
  • Cab Chopped 2″.
  • Liftgate Moved Forward To Cab.
  • Custom Built Color Matched Console with Gauge Cluster and Control Center.
  • Vertical Gate Shifter
  • Custom Leather Interior and “Truck Bed” by Keith Williamson.
  • Chrysler 300 Bucket seats.
  • 8 Speaker 400W Stereo.
  • Zoops Polished Aluminum Accessory Bracket System.
  • Be Cool Polished Aluminum Radiator
  • Vintage Air A/C system.
  • Polished Aluminum Valve Covers.
  • Polished Aluminum Air Cleaners.
  • Polished Aluminum Tilt Steering Column.
  • Hand Formed Steel Cargo Bed.
  • Glass and Trim Cut To Conform To 2″ Chop on Top.
  • Custom “El Nomado” Name Badges.
  • Chevy Biscayne Doors Grafted onto Nomad Body.
  • Auxiliary Vacuum Canister.
  • 3.08:1 Rear Gear Ratio.
  • Telescoping Driveshaft (to accommodate the air ride)
  • 1 Wire Alternator – Replaces Generator