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»

A Mash Of Nashes: Four Metropolitans!

Thanks to frequent finder Ikey H. we have this mash of Nash Metropolitans to look over! These four are listed for sale for $5,500 here on craigslist in Wichita, Kansas — along with what the seller says are a… more»

Tiny Classic: 1957 Nash Metropolitan

When it was released, the Metropolitan attracted a great deal of attention due to its distinctive styling. After a tentative start in the American market, it soon began to rack up some reasonable sales figures. However, its time was… more»

$1,500 For Both: 1956 Nash Ramblers

We’ve all been there. Most of us have had a project get away from us. Maybe our eyes were too big for our stomach or our skill level or time commitment, but whatever the reason, we’ve all been there…. more»

Nash Rambler Stash For $1,500!

Stylish and certainly not a common machine to see, these Nash Ramblers are cool cars, but between the two of them, you likely have enough to make one very decent machine. Stored for a few decades, neither of the… more»

One Family Owned: 1950 Nash Ambassador

Seventy years. That’s nothing in the grand scheme of world history but it’s a long time in the car world. This incredible 1950 Nash Ambassador Custom can be found here on craigslist in Great Falls, Montana. The seller has… more»

Last Year: 1957 Nash Ambassador Custom

This 1957 Nash Ambassador Custom has been from coast-to-coast, at least on a car trailer. It’s originally a California car but now resides in storage in Augusta, Maine where the seller has it listed here on eBay. They have… more»

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»