Part woody, part Corvette, completely awesome. This Chevy Nomad-sourced beauty was once on GM’s drawing board over 50 years ago, and has been resurrected by Oregon-based Superior Glass Works. As part of a super-limited run of only 25 models, this retro wagon comes almost complete (lacking only the LS-sourced engine of your choosing), and for $125,000 we expect nothing less. With its glorious curves, sloping roofline, and bulging fenders, the Superior 54 is more Chip Foose than restored Nomad; while restored cars are cool, we think there are few things more refreshing than a tastefully done modern take on a classic car.
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