Cure Your Car Show Blues With This 1956 Chevy Nomad Coloring Page

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This ’56 Nomad is just a Ctrl+P away… and you don’t even need a color cartridge!

As COVID continues to kill car shows from Detroit to Las Vegas, there are still plenty of ways that enthusiasts – young and old – to indulge our passion and creativity from the safety of our living room. Chevrolet Performance’s blog, The Block, is mourning the cancellation of the 2020 Tri-Five Nationals by providing a cool 1956 Chevrolet Nomad coloring page for Chevy lovers to download and customize.

Image Credit: The Block
Image Credit: The Block

Now, this isn’t just any classic Nomad. It’s one that Chevy’s performance division spotted at the 2019 event, and it’s a modified ’56 Nomad packing an LS3 crate engine under the hood producing 430 horsepower and 425 lb-ft of torque. We don’t get to see a picture of the car in real life, but through August of last year (when The Block first spotted the car), this 1956 Chevy Nomad has taken home three best-in-class show awards.

In real life, this Nomad is painted in a classic ’50s two-tone treatment with a blue and gray exterior, but this black-and-white picture to create your own custom look. Throughout the Spring and Summer, we’ve seen several car-related coloring pages released by automakers (such as Ford) and other entities (including Ian Callum). These are helpful for parents looking to give their learning-from-home kids some extra art work or adults a little something to doodle on.

Image Credit: Speed Digital LLC
Image Credit: Speed Digital LLC

Of course, if you need to get a ’56 Nomad parked in your garage, just check out this one that’s up for sale through Classic Auto Mall, and you can bring it to next year’s Tri-Five Nationals currently planned for August 12-14, 2021.

Source: The Block

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