Check out a Chevy Bel Air Nomad once owned by Bruce Willis
The 67-year-old, three-door Chevrolet Bel Air Nomad is up for grabs online in the United States with the bidding at $50,000 and a couple of days remaining on the clock.
The seller claims the car was owned by none other than star actor Bruce Willis. It is in a perfect condition, fully maintained and drivable. Numerous aftermarket mods installed after the actor sold it prevent it from having much of a collector’s value, but at least the bi-color body and matching interior are original.
The second generation of the Bel Air came out in 1954–1957 with engines sized up to 4.6 liters large, but this example runs a custom 5.4-liter mill with a carburetor and electronic ignition. The power remains unknown, and it is unclear what car the new engine was taken from, either. The transmission is specified as three-speed automatic, which corresponds to one of the stock options for the second-gen Bel Air.
The interior boasts door cards, an aftermarket audio system and an air conditioner, but everything looks fairly authentic together. The alloy wheels are also non-stock. The post-swap mileage is 22,000 miles (35,400 kilometers), but there is no way of knowing how much the chassis has on it.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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