Waldorf Nomad in steel

Waldorf Nomad in steel

You may have heard something different, but this is my version of hearsay and innuendo. At some time in the past this project (Cormad) was designed and built by someone who was less than professional in their approach to how they fabricated and built custom cars. The original GM concept vehicle was built from Nomad drawings and a donor Handyman 2-door wagon and constructed very quickly. Some say the Nomad roof, C pillar and doors were metal with the rest of the body done in fiberglass. The Comad was built the same way with a fiberglass front end, but its been discarded in favor or steel. Since more than one will be built, wooden bucks have been designed and used to facilitate the panel-beating. This version also has been sectioned 3 inches through the middle of the body. The frame uses modern C-4 components for both the front and rear suspension. The first example uses a LS-7 motor, but later models can have any type of motor you want. The plan is to build 5 Waldorf Nomads and 5 Corvairs (fastback model) with the next versions built out of aluminum instead of steel. Its real, its here and if youre lucky it should be done sometime before summer. Dave White

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