SEMA Featured Restomod Nomad Supercharged LS3 V8 Roadster Shop Chassis A/C PS PB ///
Professionally assembled by Port Washington, Wisconsin's Salvaggio Auto Design at a documented cost of $283K, this SEMA-featured Chevy represents a pinnacle of retro performance and, quite frankly, is probably one of the coolest carryalls ever built. The car's House Of Kolor TruBlue pearl is beautifully maintained, stacked with Granite Metallic roof tone to cast spectacular reflections across a raked profile. That profile is traced in $30K of custom Cobalt Black chrome, which includes smoothed bumpers, factory mirrors, RainGear wipers and hardware for traditional lighting. And it all adds up to one dreamy pavement pounder that's poised to turn heads! Mixing 416 cubic inches of spry LS3 power with a Lysholm 3300 Vortech blower, this Chevy certainly isn't your average cruiser! That body-matched mill feeds a 4L80E 4-speed which, sourced directly from Bowler, spins a fabricated Strange 9-inch that's finished with a posi-traction differential and big, 3.73 gears. The car's old school bones have been swapped for a slick Roadster Shop Fast Track chassis. Naturally, that beefy chassis rides a custom suspension, which follows power rack-and-pinion steering with power-assisted Wilwood brakes. And at the corners, custom Colorado Custom blades spin Michelin Pilot Sports. Pop the doors and you'll find a fully custom cockpit that was installed by Griffith, Indiana's Customs By Vos. Tight Daytona Carpet frames plush bench seats. A leather-wrapped dash stretches monochromatic billet around a vintage radio, hidden controls for Vintage Air conditioning and a full array of Classic Instruments telemetry. And in front of the driver, a leather-wrapped steering wheel laps a tilting Flaming River column. Combining incredible performance with timeless appeal and outstanding aesthetics, this stunning Nomad cranks collectability AND exclusivity straight up to 11! Call, click or visit https://www.RKMotors.com today!