Nash-Healey

Backyard Find: 1954 Nash-Healey Le Mans Coupe

As of late, I’ve seen pictures circulating of the infamous Collier Motors AMC dealership in North Carolina, a long-time dealer that kept the proverbial lights on long after AMC shuttered its operations. The reason I mention it is because… more»

Fast Finds

Rare Roadster: 1952 Nash-Healey Roadster

The years following World War II saw a number of cooperative automotive endeavors between American and British automotive manufacturers, especially given the fact that at that particular point in time, the British were recognized as leaders in the design… more»

A Gentleman’s Nash: 1953 Nash Healey Le Mans Coupe

When you think of Nash, the image of bathtub shaped cars come to mind.  As one of the independent manufacturers who were always struggling with the “Big 3” for market share, Nash had to be on the lookout for… more»

Anglo-American-Italian Exotic: 1953 Nash Healey

The Nash Healey was developed due to an unusual meeting on the original Queen Elizabeth ocean liner between Donald Healey and George Mason (the president of Nash-Kelvinator). What resulted was a relatively exotic (for the time) sports car that by 1953 was… more»

Rare 1953 Nash-Healey Found

Everyone knows the Austin-Healey sports cars, but we would understand if you had never heard of a Nash-Healey. This car was the result of a joint project between Donald Healey and Nash Motors. It was actually the first American… more»

Multinational Roadster: 1953 Nash-Healey

The guys over at Gullwing are always digging out impressive finds, but this rare Nash-Healey caught my eye. All that dust makes it hard to tell what’s going on here, but its claimed to have been in storage for… more»

Former AMC Dealership Full of Cars

What would happen if a car dealership closed, just closed, and sat untouched for three decades? In the showroom, brochure racks would still be filled with colorful materials showing the latest models, body styles, and colors for cars that were… more»

Jag-Healey: 1952 Nash-Healey

We know what your thinking, “Jaguar and Healey never built a car together!” And your correct, they never did, but that didn’t stop reader Anthony’s father from taking this 1952 Nash-Healey and installing a Jaguar engine, making his own… more»

Eeny, Meeny, Nash-Healey

Nash wasn’t a company known for sports cars, but after George Mason and Donald Healey had dinner one fine evening in 1949, they set out to change that image. The two CEOs struck a deal and formed the marque… more»

Before Austin: 1953 Nash Healey Roadster

Long before Donald Healey joined forces with Austin, he was building sports cars with Nash. This rare 1953 Nash Healey is just one of those cars. This one is going to need a full restoration, but with values of… more»