Nash

EXCLUSIVE: Explosive 1936 Nash

This 1936 Nash has had an interesting life, especially after it was used for an explosive scene in a movie. It was disassembled prior to filming for safety to ensure the car could be rebuilt afterward. It’s going to… more»

Super Project: 1950 Nash Landau Convertible

Just to get it in before anyone else does – yes, this 1950 Nash Landau convertible is similar to the car that Lois Lane drove in the 1950s Superman tv series, but hers was a 1951 model I believe…. more»

Restore or Modify? 1927 Nash Special Coupe

With millions upon millions of Fords to pick from for a restoration project, or a t bucket project, this Nash is a cool and stylish find. This would be an awesome machine to see restored, but the long nose… more»

Neglected Nash: 1926 Nash Advanced Six

If you’re looking for a relatively simple and economical entry point to get involved with an old car, you might want to take a look at this decent old Nash. Here we have what’s listed as a 1926 Nash… more»

Two Door Tub: 1949 Nash Ambassador

For 1949, Nash redesigned its top model with a new unit-body and new styling. This 1949 Nash Ambassador was reported at the time to have build quality as solid as a Cadillac but they were a lot less expensive…. more»

Big Nash, Little Cash: 1928 Nash Special Six

Unlike me, the seller says that this 1928 Nash Special Six is in “great shape for the age. Most of it is there and was running last year. Been stored inside the last few years.” Again, all pretty much… more»

$3,500 Cruiser: 1953 Nash Ambassador

It’s hard to mistake the look of a 1953┬áNash Ambassador with almost any car from the 1950s. That’s what I personally like about them, they don’t fit in at all, in fact, they stand out from the crowd. This… more»

Last Gasp: 1957 Hudson Hornet Custom

This isn’t just the last generation of the Hudson Hornet, this 1957 Hudson Hornet Custom is from Hudson’s last year in existence as a car company. It sounds like it has been a southwest car and it’s now located… more»

$1,600 or Offer! 1955 Nash Rambler Cross Country

Most of us know that as of May 1, 1954, Nash + Hudson = AMC. Sometimes it’s confusing as to what to call some of the Nash, Hudson, and/or AMC cars of that era, especially those right at the… more»

Drive It Anywhere: 1961 Nash Metropolitan

The last year of production for the Met was 1961 and just under 1,000 of them were sold that year with the remaining cars being sold in 1962. This nice-looking 1961 Nash Metropolitan can be found here on Craigslist… more»

Parked for 22 Years: 1940 Nash Lafayette

This 1940 Nash Lafayette is said to be a solid car with little rust. It certainly looks like a solid car, not to mention and elegantly styled one. It has been sitting for 22 years and will require some… more»

Stored 15 Years: 1951 Nash Statesman

Now, this is a storage space, it looks about as packed as any that I have seen. I wonder what’s under that tarp on the left side of this good-looking 1951 Nash Statesman? I can’t imagine that it looks… more»

Just Surface Rust: 1951 Nash Ambassador

Barn Finder Roger has been keeping his eyes open, and he spotted this 1951 Nash for us to look at, so thank you for that Roger. This car is an interesting restoration project, and you will find it listed… more»

Restore or Restomod? 1952 Nash Rambler Greenbrier

For some odd reason, these Nash wagons seem to all look alike, at least for the most part. They all have a similar paint finish or lack thereof, They all look like they were just found in a barn…. more»

Sitting Since The 70s: 1954 Nash Metropolitan

It really helps your case when selling a car to provide extensive photos of the vehicle being offered. Here is an example of less certainly not being more. A 1954 Nash Metropolitan being auctioned here on eBay in Racine,… more»

Stored 20 Years: 1951 Nash Statesman Super

Statesman. That’s such an impressive name, or it was in past eras. I don’t know how or why anyone would want to get into politics today, but times were different in the years following WWII. This is, I believe,… more»