During the auction, Barrett-Jackson will be auctioned off the unique 1955 Chevrolet Nomad Wagon, significantly modified and equipped with a V8 engine with a capacity of 625 horsepower. The car received the name Gone Mad, which literally can be translated as “crazy”.
Classic Car Studios (CCS), based in St. Louis, Missouri, was responsible for finalizing the car. The body was made almost from scratch, after which it was covered with Glasurit paint, which is “buried” under five layers of transparent wet sanding.
The wagon got Billet Specialties wheels, 18-inch front and 20-inch rear. For interior trim leather Relicate was used and it is literally everywhere: on seats, door panels, steering wheel, dashboard, visors, armrest and even in the trunk. The ceiling, in turn, is made of noble wood.
The 8.3-liter eight-cylinder engine was completely new at the time of the project. A couple of the engine is a four-speed automatic transmission Bowler 4L80E.
In 2016, Gone Mad exhibited at the SEMA tuning show, and later he hit the cover of Super Chevy magazine. The starting price of the lot under the number 1320 has not yet been announced.
A source: barrett-jackson.com
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