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1956 Nomad

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Here is my '56 Nomad, mostly stock, but decided to add Weber carbs.

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Great job with it. I like these pictures alot, they look like 50 years old, maybe colors make them look like it. I like the two tone paintjob you've done, and engine looks very good, detailing is great.

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Love the color.Looks very real.2nd pic looks like its parked in front of a barn.Cool works,photos and model.

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That is nice. And SHINY :) :) :)

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Nice work. Love the colors.

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That's just plain PRETTY! And it's my Favorite of the Tri Fives. The whole build is very well done and you even added the Hot Rodders Blue "Dot" in the tail lights which other than the power pack twin exhaust would have been a warning to stop light racers to think twice ;-). Courious - Where'd the Cross Webers come from?

Crazy Ed

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What a beauty. Love the color, and the details are excellent. Congrats.

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Outstanding. Wonderful detail.

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Seems like that kit builds impressively. Very realistic ............ Ed Shaver

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Thanks for all the comments. The Webers came from a Corvette kit. I built the cross tubes from aluminum tubing. and added fuel lines.

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What a superb build, love the colour combo and the detail you've put into the build, I like it a lot !

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Awesome Nomad. One of my favorite cars. Love that motor!

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Delicious!

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NICELY DONE!!!

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love it!-love it!-love it!

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Great NOMAD! You did a very nice job on the detailing!

CHEERS!

Tom

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Very Nice, I love the color and the chrome trim work.

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Very nice, cool details on engine :)

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very nice !! the paint and engine bay it's beautifull

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Well I believe the Weber carbs qualify it as a resto-mod. Beautiful work on your Nomad. Paint and detailing look awesome.

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nice 56 nomad and its a sleeper.

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Very nice, especially the intake.

Charlie Larkin

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i would have babies with that color!

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This is one nice 56 Nomad. It is very well finished. I can't wait to get one of these.

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