Breakdown.

56 Nomad, disassembly

Taking a car apart is always like opening a Christmas present... You never know what you are going to find inside. There is always rust or damage somewhere you did not expect. There is the occassional dead rodent (or family thereof). You just never know.

56 Nomad, 256 ci engine 56 Nomad, engine, fenders off

56 Nomad, tailgate removed

The floors in this Nomad are going to have to be replaced. Especially in the rear where the tailgate leaked.

56 Nomad, dash removed 56 Nomad, interior removed

56 Nomad, frame rust 1 56 Nomad, frame rust 2

The worst of the body cancer. In this case case it goes into the frame.

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(Note: "Vineyard Ave." has been changed to "Auto Park Way." Our address has changed, but not our physical location.)

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