Brad Garrett sells custom-finished Chevy Nomad for charity

March 30, 2011 12:00 AM

Brad Garrett is selling his custom-made 1956 Chevrolet Nomad on eBay to raise money for the Keep Memory Alive Foundation, reports Celebrity Cars Blog.

Garrett recently had the car updated to make sure the vehicle was in fine working condition. The "Everybody Loves Raymond"-star has a starting bid of $75,000.

"This is the Nomad to be in and be seen in," states the description on eBay. "Mechanicals are a ZZ4 engine GM350, 700R4 transmission and rear end is a Positraction 9-inch with 3.50 gears." The summary also claims that the car hasn't seen more than 4,000 miles since the restoration.

The exterior has a bright turquoise and jet black color combination with the darker tones covering the back side of the vehicle.

Inside, suede leather seats with the same color scheme add character to the fun-looking classic car. The steering wheel is reportedly one-of-a-kind.

The dashboard is a piece iconic '50s automobile craftsmanship. In addition, the interior has modern air-conditioning and up-to-date wiring for the dash to ensure safe driving.

Interested buyers can place a bid on eBay until midnight on April 1st PST. All of the proceeds go to the foundation, which hopes to find a cure for Alzheimer’s. 

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