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Username Post: National Nomad Club        (Topic#8929)

02-25-02 02:33 PM - Post#61950    

Can anyone give me feedback as whether to join National Nomads. I'm already eat up enough to belong to Classic Chevy and Late Greats.



Re: National Nomad Club
02-26-02 05:10 AM - Post#61951    
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I dropped CCI and Late great after they switched from all tri5s to everything else that didn't interest me. You can get everything they sell from other sources probably cheaper. Don't know about Nat Nomads.

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Re: National Nomad Club
02-26-02 07:23 AM - Post#61952    
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I agree with 56madmanpete. I dropped Bow Tie Chevy and am thinking about dropping CCI. They have cut the information that interest me in their magazine to less than half of what it was. As far as the Nomad clubs, I was going to join the Chevrolet Nomad Association but their website has nothing to offer. I was disapointed.



Re: National Nomad Club
02-26-02 07:55 AM - Post#61953    
    In response to no-mader

the chevy nomad is the best club around i have been a member for a long time since 1989, was in the old club from 1980 to 1988 the nomad conventions are a lot fun a lot of nomads from all over usa the club is working on a new web site and have a good nomad post magazine with all the cars we love the NOMADS this year nomad convention is in tamiment the poconos hope to see you all there and keep on nomading

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Re: National Nomad Club
03-01-02 04:09 AM - Post#61954    
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If you expect the Nomad club to be as polished and well financed as Classic Chevy, you will be disappointed. If you are looking for an enthusiastic group that shares your interest in a particular model car, you will be thrilled. With 1500 or so members the bucks are not there to compete with the big boys. The magizine is good, the conventions are interesting and vary in locations. Try it, you will like it. See you in Pennsylvania.

'57 150 270hp '57 Delray 283hp '57 Adobe Beige rag, 220hp, O.D, posi '57 Nomad 220hp, glide '36 Plymouth (oops) woodie, w/325 Dodge hemi

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Re: National Nomad Club
03-05-02 02:30 PM - Post#61955    
    In response to Jay_Hammond

The National Nomad Club of the 70's & 80's was a GREAT club.....very friendly and helpful. I think the "new" club is also a wonderful group of people. A small group (1500 members) is much more sensitive to it's members than a LARGE (CCI) club. I was #095 in the NNC back in 1970 and am get back into the fun of NOMADIN NOMADDER WHAT!

Have A Great Day, Bob

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Re: National Nomad Club
03-06-02 10:58 PM - Post#61956    
    In response to MrNomad

I was also a member of the NNC back in the 1970's. It was a very good club. Belonged to Late Great at one point. I can't speak to the new Chevy Nomad Association. It looks like their web site is still looking for content.
Dan, Elky & Corvette owner, ex-56 Mad (restored)

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