$200 Or Best Offer! 1954 Nash Ambassador Custom

The Ambassador would be the top-of-the-line Nash automobile for many years and as a Rambler after Nash and Hudson merged to form American Motors. This nameplate was used every year from 1932 to 1974, making it one of the… more»

Fast Finds

Two-Tone Two-Seater: 1957 Nash Metropolitan

The Nash Metropolitan was assembled by Austin in England for distribution in North America on behalf of Nash. It qualified as a subcompact years before that category was even created. It was also sold under the Hudson brand and… more»

Aero Barn Find: 1950 Nash Statesman Airflyte

When I spied this 1950 Nash Statesman, it gave me a real start – it triggered a long-ago forgotten memory and I’ll further elaborate in a bit. The seller of this Nash barn find lists it initially as a… more»

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»

Huge Stash of British Cars (and Others)

Every now and then you run up on a cache of cars and wonder how they came to be. Such is the case with this gathering of upwards of 50 cars (that I can count) which are largely British… more»

Cute Convertible: 1957 Nash Metropolitan

There was a time, that I can recall when a Nash Metropolitan was a pretty common sight. They still are but usually in a restored state and not beating around as everyday drivers. I haven’t come across a non-restored… more»

No Reserve: 1953 Nash Rambler “Airflyte”

While it might not seem so at first glance, the Nash Rambler is actually a significant car in American automotive history. It represented the first example of an American manufacturer being able to successfully introduce a “compact” car to… more»

No Rust: 1949 Nash 600 Custom

This 1949 Nash 600 Custom looks much larger than it really is, it’s only about 9″ longer than a new Honda Accord. I know that I should want a 2020 Honda Accord than I want this ’49 Nash, but… more»

No Reserve: 1958 Nash Metropolitan

At 12.5-feet in length, this 1958 Metropolitan is one short and sweet car. They are really unique cars with a unique history and they had a very unusual manufacturing process. This little black and white Met can be found… more»

Sinking Glory: 1954 Nash Ambassador Custom

Nothing defines the 1950s for me better than a Nash in black and pink. And, is that a spotlight that I see on the driver’s side mirror? Even better. This 1954 Nash Ambassador Custom can be found here on… more»

Huge Stash of European Sports Cars!

A seller on craigslist in Los Angeles is downsizing an impressive collection of luxury and sports cars. This photo above gives a snapshot of what he has in his storage area, which he’s admitting is running low on space…. more»

Tiny Gasser: 1954 Nash Metropolitan

This 1954 Nash Gasser race car is located in Columbia Station, Ohio and can be seen here on eBay with 4 days remaining on the auction. Submitted by Patrick S, the current bid for this roller is $3,450.  The… more»

Parked In ’89: 1950 Nash Ambassador

It is a shame that Nash did not survive as a vehicle manufacturer because their thinking was not just years, but entire decades ahead of some of their competition. The 1950 Ambassador is a perfect example. You don’t have… more»

No Rust And Rebuilt Engine: 1947 Nash 600

Made for nine model years, the Nash 600 was reportedly the first unit-body car that was mass-produced in the US when it debuted in 1941. This 1947 Nash 600 looks like a great project car to drive as you… more»

Canadian Survivor! 1930 Nash Coupe

The story of Charles Nash and his namesake company is an important part of the history of the American automobile, but not too many people know just how important. Charles Nash and Walter Chrysler helped shape the car industry… more»

Roadside Sighting: 1954 Nash Rambler Cross Country

UPDATE 9/4/2019 – This Nash Cross Country just keeps getting more and more interesting! So, the seller, Robert, happened to see this feature on his car and has left a few comments about it. He also sent over a… more»