Two Door Toaster: 1951 Nash Station Wagon

Although these Nash’s are known for their bare bones simplicity, their styling is magnificent and extremely eye catching. Considered a true “Barn Find” by the seller, this toaster like wagon is a fairly solid survivor that… more»

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BF AUCTION: Nash Metropolitan Project Pair

This auction is for a pair of Nash Metropolitans. They have been sitting in the yard for over 30 years so they are probably only good for parts. The ’57 does have a clear title and… more»

Multi-Colored: 1954 Nash Metropolitan Convertible

There’s something about tiny cars that almost everyone loves. It seems like they always have more personality! Besides, what could be more fun than owning a car made by a company that also made refrigerators? Although… more»

Solid 600: 1948 Nash 600 Sedan

After spending 30+ years in a barn being pretty well protected from the element, this beautiful 1948 Nash 600 is ready to be resurrected.  Offered here on craigslist near Genesee Depot, Wisconsin for $1,500, this Nash is… more»

Floridian Survivor: 1938 Nash Ambassador Six

Florida stored since 1965, this barn find Nash Ambassador Six is delightfully original and ready to drive. Wearing a lovely factory paint, with minimal signs of age, this Ambassador looks to be a great preservation project… more»

1953 Nash Ambassador Country Club LeMans

For a guy who loves vintage Japanese cars so much, these old Nash models really float my boat, no pun intended. This is a 1953 Nash Ambassador Country Club LeMans Airflyte, a rare car and highly desirable… more»

A Castaway? 1958 Nash Metropolitan

What a hoot! This 1958 Nash Metropolitan by the name of “The Minnow” (Gilligan’s Island, anyone?) is running, driving, licensed and insured for street use. It’s listed for sale here on eBay, with a buy it… more»

Rub a Dub Dub: 1949 Nash Airflyte 600

Even though it isn’t Saturday night, it’s time for your weekly bath! This bathtub is a 1949 Nash Airflyte 600 and it’s on eBay with an unmet opening bid of $2,000 and there are only two days… more»

Funky 4WD: 1961 Nash Metropolitan 4×4

Anyone who knows me knows that I’m normally a purist by heart. I normally prefer vehicles that are either original or restored to original specs. In the case of this 1961 Nash Metropolitan 4×4, I would have… more»

Sold in Stores: 1952 Allstate Henry J

Perhaps one of the more unusual chapters in the American automobile industry is when Sears attempted to sell automobiles. Not service them or even accept trade-ins, but just to move product off the books as if… more»

$2,000! 1955 Nash Ambassador Custom LeMans

Make sure that you have an industrial-sized box of Kleenex with you for this one; if you’re a Nash fan, you may need it. This is one of my favorite cars of all time, easily a… more»

30 Antiques & Customs Estate Sale, 1928-1975

It’s sad to think that these 30 cars are all part of an estate sale, but I hope they will now go on to new owners who cherish them as much as it looks like they… more»

Dusty Find: 1928 Nash Special Six

The Special Six was a smaller version of the Advanced Six and was produced from 1925 to 1929. It had brakes typical of the times, mechanical on all four corners and a three speed transmission. By the… more»