· RIP 11/24/2021
enjoyed the vid, thanks John. :tu
Thanks Jay.Rumors had it that he sold at least one if not two 57`s to the Jersey Shore`s most famous resident back in the 70`s. Do you know anything about that rumor?Jim : Walt Wombaugh from Neptune, N.J. He and Brenda still have their Harvest Gold/Ivory 55 Nomad. I believe Sept will mark 50 years of ownership. Was driven to Colorado for the first NNC convention.
My first was Troy, MI. in 72, just about when the pic in my avitar was taken
I am a CNA member, and attended the 1973 NNC convention in Reno.Yep. Went to the National Convention in Reno. !972 or 1973
I hope this arrangement was made, Just saw the date this was posted and the RIP date under the avatar 13 days laterGood to hear. Bought mine in 66 and have arranged for mine to take me on my last ride to my grave in hopefully another 25 years or sooner. It’s up to my lord.
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Have you joined th cna nomad club. They put out a booklet with members in your state.I purchased my 57 Nomad in Elkhart Indiana in 1973 and connected with the old National Nomad club for help with parts and rebuild questions. I'm now retired and living in Virginia and looking to reconnect with 50's era motor heads.
l would like to find a mid-atlantic club that will help me find cruise-in and swap meets in my area. Suggestions?
The hundreds of Nomads traversing the Indy 'brickyard' was/is a favorite memory of all of us who did it..
IF you still have your Nomad, are you a member of the CNA?? Are you still in the Denver area?
I joined in '71,went to the Troy convention. I just got my drivers license!
I joined in 86 I think went to my first moment convention in trevose Pennsylvania and the second one in DetroitI'm sure I still have my old Members book somewhere in storage. I still have all the Magazines stored away somewhere as well. I even got the past issues that I missed before I joined. I believe they were just a simple 4-Page issue in just Black and White print.