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From 1902 to 1942

Brief History of American Motors

American Motors was in the beginning stages back in 1878 when Thomas B. Jeffrey built and sold Rambler bicycles in Chicago. He was the first of the three key players of the companies that created American Motors in 1954.
The other two were Charles Nash and Joseph L. Hudson.

Charles Nash started Nash Motors in 1916 
He along with David Buick started building automobiles in 1903.
In 1912 he became president of General Motors. In 1916 he purchased Thomas B Jeffrey's company, in Kenosha and changed the name to the Nash Motors.The next year the first Nash was built.
During the First World War he became the largest producer of trucks in the USA. In 1919 the company bought half interest in the Seaman Body Corp. During the 1920's he continued to expand, buying LaFayett Motor Corp. and the Mitchell Motor car Company. By 1928 Nash Motors production exceeded 138,000 cars.
The years 1935 and 1936 brought new spirit to the automotive industry. Nash offered its "sealed-in" engine in 1935, an arrangement that had the intake manifold case into the block. In 1936 Nash acquired full ownership of the Seaman Body Corp.
In 1938, Nash introduced the first "conditioned air" heating and ventilating system.
In 1940, Nash again scooped its competitors with the "600" series, unit-bodied car which pioneered mass-produced unit construction. At the age of 72 he directed the merger of Nash and Kelvinator who's president George W Mason became president of the new company, Nash-Kelvinator and Nash became chairman of the board.
He served in this position until his death in 1948

Thomas B. Jeffrey built and sold Rambler bicycles in Chicago from 1878 to 1900. He was one of America's first men interested in automobiles in the late 19th century, and in 1897, he built himself a motorcar. In 1900 Jeffrey bought a plant in Kenosha, Wisconsin, where he planned to manufacture automobiles on a large scale. This plant is where the Rambler started its live. Jeffrey died in 1910, and his son Charles took over. Jeffrey had brought out a four-wheel-drive "Quad" truck in 1911, and this proved very popular with foreign governments for military use During World War I.

The Hudson Motor Car Company, founded in 1909 and building its first cars in 1910, when Joseph L. Hudson and seven business associates began producing a motorcar called the Hudson. J.L. Hudson died in 1912 and Roy D. Chapin headed the firm. He stayed with Hudson until his death in 1936.
During the First World War, Hudson became the world's largest manufacturer of six-cylinder cars. Jeffrey (soon to be Nash), became the world's largest producer of trucks.
In 1917 Hudson organized the Essex Motor Car Company, which from 1919 until 1932 built light, spirited models.
In the early years of the depression Hudson developed the long-lived Hudson Super Six and straight-eight engines.

During the Second World War both Nash and Hudson were busy in the nation's defense effort. It wasn't until 1948 and 1949 that Hudson and Nash brought out new designs. Hudson's famous "step-down" unibody and big-bore Six made their appearance in 1948. Nash brought out its "Airflyte" models the next year.
By 1950 the name Rambler meant a new small car in 1950. It marked the dawn of our present compact era.
The Nash-Healey, a forerunner of today's sports models, was brought out in 1951.
In the same year Hudson brought out the thrifty Pacemaker and peppy Hornet.
In 1952 the Hudson Jet made its appearance. The merger of Nash-Kelvinator Corporation and Hudson Motorcar Company created American Motors in 1954. 
One of AMC's first projects was the Nash Metropolitan the Austin-engined, British-built cars sold over 90,000 until 1962 with over 90,000 being sold.

The names Hudson and Nash finally disappeared in 1957. 
All models from that point on called Rambler.
The popular Rambler American, was introduced in 1958.

In the very early sixties, AMC started having its cars assembled in foreign plants - New Zealand and Australia, the Middle East, South America, Mexico, South Africa and Belgium all had AMC-assembling plants, and the Taiwanese Police were even outfitted with Ramblers.American Motors lasted thirty years. Then, poor product planning such as the seven-year lack of a four-cylinder engine for the Gremlin and millions of dollars on development money wasted on poorly conceived models lineup ruined the future for AMC.  They never recovered. By 1987 a trail of red ink followed behind a stumbling and eviscerated company, and Chrysler Motors purchased it for a fire-sale price. 

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Old clock from Nash
One of my visitors, Bonnie Wiltse submitted this picture.
It is of a "Jaeger LeCoultre Atmos Clock" 
which was given to uncle on his retirement from Nash Motors in WI.
He had worked there from 1920 to 1954.

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Bringing life back into an old Nash
This 1937 Nash LaFayette 400 was due for the scrap heap but
because of the efforts of Grant Harrison of New Zealand kept
another Old Nash on the road

 
 
Grant Harrisonin Tauranga, New Zealand thought I might like some pics of his (modified) 1937 Nash LaFayette 400 Grant had the following to say about his car.
" It was a stripped ,rusted out, body sitting on its chassis, with flat front tires and no diff. The side valve 6cyl motor, gearbox and diff were totally stripped, and rusted, lying in different areas of the shed where I found the car approx 9 years ago. I have since rebuilt the Nash, fitting an independent front suspension, Chev V8 and auto, and 9" diff. The body is totally stock, I have made many items for this vehicle,eg running boards, grille, tail lights, bonnet sides. (Being 1 of 17 that I have heard exist in New Zealand, you just cant go and buy spare parts like Chev or Fords of the same age) I hope you don't mind a "hot rod" gracing your pages, At least its an old Nash (that the local vintage car club didnt want) still cruising the roads."

 
 
I wanted to show what Nash and the other automobile manufactures did during the
second world war.
These 1941/45 Second World War ( United States involvement ) ads by Nash show their
part in the war effort.

There are probably many younger visitors to this site that don't realize the during this
period all passenger car production stopped and all automobile manufactures
put their efforts into the production of war materials.


 
 
And now lets view the Nash
 Automobiles from 1902 to 1942
 
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1902 Rambler Runabout 
1902 Rambler Advertisement Poster
 This picture was submitted by Ken Kafka of Pierce Colo.
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1919 Nash Model 3018 two ton truck
1919 Nash 5 Passenger Touring Car
 
 This car is owned by Steve and Dixie McNeely from
Green Valley, AZ, USA
1921 Nash Four
 1924 Nash Phaeton
1925 Nash Roadster
1925 Nash Roadster
These pictures were submitted by Earl Whisenhunt of Burleson, Tx. 
Earl sold this car in 1970. At the time, it had 5000 miles on it. It had been repainted and a new top installed, but still had the original seat that was in fair condition. It was in perfect mechanical condition. It was yellow and black. I don't know what body style it was called. The top was a material, but did not fold down. It had 21 inch wheels. 
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1925 Nash Roadster
1925 Nash Roadster
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1925 Nash Roadster
 1926 Nash Six
These pictures were submitted by Earl Whisenhunt of Burleson, Tx.
The piture on the left was submitted by Ronald Thomas of
Palmerston North New Zealand

He had the following to say about this picture.
"This photo dates from about 1930. My Father ran a hire car with the Nash taking people (usually American tourists) to the countryside around Sydney (Australia) and along the coast. He also transported money (with security guards) from bank to bank and payrol.
The car was originally painted maroon on the top with a black lower section. Intially it was Taxi 110 (this was my Father's taxi number from the teens) seating seven people, two on dickie seats. After some years unregistered (petrol rationing etc) during WW2 the Nash was re-registered RX431 in 1945. He drove it as the family car until 1959
when he sold it to a guy who wanted an engine for his launch. The original purchase price was 990 pounds (Auustralian)"

1926 Nash
 
 
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 1926 Nash Barn Find
1926 Nash Barn Find
These pictures were submitted by Laura. The car was found in a
relatives barn.
 
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1926 Nash 233 Special Six
1926 Nash Touring Car
This picture was submitted by Janos Takacs, BCC-Cars Ltd.,
Hungary The car is owned by BCC-Cars Ltd. Fow more information 
on this car please visit: http://www.bcc-cars.com/index.php?lang=EN
This picture was submitted by Lisa Dorosz (McCormick)
She is trying to identify the woman in the photo as my grandmother,
the gentleman in the photo is my grandfather John James McCormick,
he immigrated from Ireland as a young boy, lived with his Uncle Eneas McCormick of (Riley and McCormick) then moved to Banff, Alberta met and married Catherine, the woman in the picture. He worked for Mr. N.K Luxton for quite a few years then started his own taxi business as horses were becoming a dying form of travel.
Catherine passed away Dec 1929 and some time after that he met my grandmother, my father John McCormick was born 1935  and John Sr passed away 1938. this photo was taken and sent to Johns mom Rose McLaughlin who was now living in Cleveland Ohio. 
I just received this picture last week from Rose's great granddaughter, who found me about 6 months ago through ancestry as I have been doing my family tree for 3 years now I started out with practically nothing and now I have alot of relatives in Ohio, her grandmother and John my grandfather were half siblings
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 1927 Nash Advanced Six Sport Touring Model 271
 
 This car is owned by John Koziol of Woodinville, Washington, USA
Ths car has been in John's family since it was new
 
   
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1929 Nash Coupe Cabriolet
1929 Nash Coupe Cabriolet
This car is owned by Sandra Rickards from Victoria, Australia She believes there are not more than three of these cars on the road in Australia that she can establish. 
It was her parents car when she was born and they drove it up until about 1955 when the fan went through the radiator and her father just parked it.  Lucky he did and kept it as long as he did only to give it to her which she has had for
about 10 years.  It was 5 years in the restoration stage and only back on the road for February 2009 some 80 years after manufacturer.
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 1929 Nash 2 Door Sedan
1929 Nash 2 Door Sedan
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1929 Nash Model 440 4 Door Sedan Signage (WPCMuseum)
1930 Nash Series 480 Twin Ignition 6 Sport Phaeton
 
 
1930 Nash Dual Cowl Phaeton
1930 Nash Single Six 4 Door Sedan
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1930 Nash 8 Cylinder Ambassador Sedan Model 497
1931 Nash 881 2 Door Convertible Sedan
This car is owned by John Koziol of Woodinville, Washington, USA This car is owned by John Koziol of Woodinville, Washington, USA 
John says that it's a very rare car with only 25,300 original miles. 
Runs great!
1931 Nash Series 880 Convertible Sedan
1931 Nash Series 890 Sedan
   
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 1931 Nash 8-90 Sedan
  1931 Nash 8-90 Sedan
These pictures were submitted by Steve Levine, Tampa, Florida. He saw this car parked outside a church, while on a recent trip to Oporto, Portugal, 
 
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  1931 Nash 8-90 Sedan
 
1932 Nash
1932 Nash Ambassador 8 Brougham
1932 Nash Series 960 Sport Phaeton.
1932 Nash Victoria
 
1932 Nash Model 1073
Flat Head Eight Cylinder Convertible Sedan
1932 Nash Model 1073
Flat Head Eight Cylinder Convertible Sedan
This car is owned by Neil Maken 
Neil has the following comments about the car. 
"This is the only known example of a right-hand drive (built for Argentina) 1932 Model 1073 flat-head eight  cylinder convertible sedan. 
The car is back in the US now and completely restored mechanically."
1932 Nash Advanced Eight Victoria Coupe
1932 Nash Coupe
This car is owned by David Hutchings, Soldotna, AK 
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1932 Nash 8 cyl 4 Door Sedan
 1934 Nash 4 Door Sedan
This picture was submitted by Scott McMannis. It shows a relative of his, Francis Corlett in front of the family home outside New Milford and Rockford, Illinois  This car is owned by  Tom Brough, New Zealand
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1934 Nash 4 Door Sedan
1934 Nash 4 Door Sedan
This car is owned by  Tom Brough, New Zealand This car is owned by  Tom Brough, New Zealand
1934 Nash
1934 Larry Wood's Nash
 
 
1934 Nash 1222 R Coupe
This car is owned by Ron Clouse of 
Farmington MO. USA 
1934 Nash Big Six
 
 1934 Nash 1282-R Advanced Eight with 
Twin Ignition
1934 Nash 1282-R Advanced Eight with 
Twin Ignition
 
 
This 1934 Nash was owned by Ken Bonner of Camberley in Surrey,  United Kingdom
 1934 Nash 1282-R Advanced Eight with
Twin Ignition
 
 
1935 Nash Advanced Six Aeroform 4 Door Sedan
This car is owned by Eric O. Nelson Jr. 
of Pleasant Prairie, WI
1935 Nash Advanced Six Aeroform 4 Door Sedan
This car is owned by Eric O. Nelson Jr. 
of Pleasant Prairie, WI
 
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1935 Nash Advanced Six Aeroform Sedan
1935 Nash Advanced  Six
This car is owned by Eric O. Nelson Jr. , Pleasant Prairie, WI This picture was submitted by Leanne Grogan  who is from  Donald, in the state of Victoria Australia
The car belonged to her grandfather, Ulick James Grogan. 
At the time they owned  the car they livrd in Corack East, 
and were farmers.
1935 Nash LaFayette 2 Door
1935 Nash LaFayette
Although the following are pictures are not of a Nash as we are
used too seeing them I felt that they showed such an important 
moment in American Automobile History that they should be
included in this page. I hope you all enjoy them.
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 Click on the above link to visit Cool Springs on Route 66
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Cool Springs today
Ned Leuchtner ownes a vintage 1926 Mobil station on old Route 66, 12 miles west of Kingman Arizona. It is called "Cool Springs". 
About 5 miles up the road there was a wrecked vehicle just off the side of the road, that had sat there on the desert floor since 1940. 
We acquired the remains of the vehicle and re-located it to the turnaround on the west edge of our station grounds. 
We have identified it as the 1935 Nash Aeroform.
We have tourists and visitors come to our site from all over the world. We felt that this was a small but important part of motoring history.
We want to display an identification plaque.

A little history on Cool Springs.... It was built in 1926 when they put in the Old Trails Highway across the Black Mountains to
Needles Calif. It was a last chance gas station before you went across the mountains. This road is the original old Route 66. Up until 1953, it was the main route to Los Angeles. This tortuous 
stretch was bypassed by Route 40.
The last stretch of old Route 66 was bypassed at Seligman Arizona in 1978.
I bought the remains of the station which had burned down in 1966 from descendents of the owners from the 1930's.

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 Cool Springs in the early days
Cool Springs in the early days
Cool Springs in the early days
1936 Nash Ambassador Eight 4 Door Sedan
1936 Nash Ambassador Eight 4 Door Sedan
 
 
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1936 Nash Ambassador Six 4 Door Sedan
 1936 Nash Convertible Model 3641-A
   This car is owned by Ove Bratveit and the picture was submitted by his brotherTerje Bratveit from Norway. The car will be undergoing a complete restoration.
 The following pictures of the 1936 Nash La Fayette were provided by Steve Meisner NCCA #5610
205 N Hazel St Whitewater WI 53190
This is Steve Meisner Nash which has  resided in
the Wisconsin Auto museum for the last 10 years.
It is the  2nd series LaFayette Deluxe 4 Door Trunk sedan with most options including over-drive which is rare for a LaFayette being Nash's cheapest line. 
1936 Nash La Fayette
1936 Nash La Fayette
 
 
 1936 Nash La Fayette
1936 Nash La Fayette First Series
 
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1936 Nash La Fayette Convertible
1936 Nash La Fayette Convertible
This car is owned by Peter Breitenstein, Namibia  
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 1936 Nash Three Window Coupe
 
This car is owned by Ronny Clark  
1937 Nash Ambassador
1937 Nash Ambassador
   
This car is owned by Hugh MacDonald of 
Thunder Bay Ontario Canada
Hugh had the following to say about his car.
"I have enjoyed your site very much. I am so glad that the Nash marque is being kept alive.  (I have owned five Nashes over the years: a 1937 Nash Ambassador, a 1952 Nash Statesman,
2 1956 Nash Ramblers, and a 1957 Nash
Ambassador (and a 1960 AMC Ambassador).
I note that for 1937, you have Lafayettes but no Ambassadors.
 The '37 Ambassador was, I think, one of the prettiest of all the Nashes with a very fine vertical grille that gave it a classy look.
This car is all original: never restored, complete.  I had to put new tires on it, and I bought the custom skirts for the back fenders (genuine Nash parts.)
The Nash slogan for 1937 was "Fifty Miles Per Hour in Three Blocks!"  105 horsepower, straight 8 engine with 16 spark plugs."
1937 Nash Ambassador
 
1937 Nash La Fayette RHD Convertible
With Rumble seat
1937 Nash La Fayette RHD Convertible 
With Rumble seat
 1937 Nash La Fayette RHD Convertible 
With Rumble seat
1937 Nash La Fayette RHD Convertible 
With Rumble seat
 
 
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 1937 Nash Ambassador Coupe
1937 Nash Lafayette
This car is owned by R Monk, Nashville TN This picture was submitted by Raks, Romania-Buchares. The picture was taken on Feb 28, 1942 and shows his grandfather by the car in Romania.
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Nash offered the travel bed from about 1935 on through the 50's. Many of the Nash club members like to display their cars at show's with the bed made up, the window screens in place.
There were even attaching tents that could be purchased , (aftermarket) that attached to one side of the car, giving added living space.
In the 50's, Nash's were sometimes restricted from
drive-in movies, due to this feature, and many a mom feared their daughter dating someone with a Nash.
Most Nash owners manuals have diagrams on
how to set up the bed option.
1938 Nash with a travel bed
 
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   This was the year introduced the fresh air intake heating system, now used in all cars that have a heater. It was named the "Weathereye", a Conditioned Air system. 
Nash had the patent rights sewed up on this system & no other manufacturer could duplicate it.
Nash, finally swapped its 
design rights over to GM in 1950, to be supplied with the Hydramatic Automatic Transmission. 
Soon, all other manufacturers offered this type heating system.....
 This car has a straight 8 cylinder OHV 260 CI engine, with 9 main bearings. It is an extremely smooth running car.
It has a overdrive unit, the clutch starter switch with the vacuum overider. 
There is no knocking flies off the flywheel with this system!  This car is a repainted 20 years ago original, with only 32K miles on it! She is a sweetheart !
In the background is "Myrtle" my 51 Nash Ambassador, "Elvira", my 54 Nash Statesman, & Katarina tail end showing,
the 58 Chev Apache short box stepside piggemup.
The 35 Nash Advanced Six, ol
"Dynamite II" is in the barn yet.......
1938 Nash Ambassador Eight Deluxe 4 Door Sedan
This car is owned by Eric O. Nelson Jr. 
 NCCA # 4290
 
1939 Nash Lafayette Cabriolet
1939 Nash Lafayette Cabriolet
   
1939 Nash Lafayette Cabriolet
1939 Nash Lafayette Cabriolet
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1939 Nash Lafayette
 1940 Nash 8
Photo provided by Steve Meisner 
This car is owned by Susan Snyder, 
Anderson Indiana
 
1940 Nash
1940 Nash
Photo provided by Steve Meisner Photo provided by Steve Meisner
 
 
 
 1940 Nash
 
 
 
The following four pictures were submitted 
by Fred Schutt. 
1940 modified Nash. Has a 360 Chrysler motor
and 727 transmission with air, tilt, disc brakes
and tinted windows.
 
 
 
 1940 Nash LaFayette Slipstream Street Rod
Owned by FredSchutt
 1940 Nash LaFayette Slipstream Street Rod
Owned by FredSchutt
 1940 Nash LaFayette Slipstream Street Rod
Owned by FredSchutt
 1940 Nash LaFayette Slipstream Street Rod
Owned by FredSchutt
1940 Nash Ambassador Eight Coupe
1940 Nash Ambassador Eight Sedan
 
 
 1941 Nash Ambassador Eight Cabriolet
1941 Nash Ambassador Eight Cabriolet
 
 
 1941 Nash Ambassador Six Sedan
1941 Nash Ambassador Six Sedan
 
 
 1941 Nash Ambassador 6 Convertible
1941 Nash Ambassador 8 Cabriolet
 
 
 
 1941 Nash 4 Door Sedan
 
   
1941 Nash Ambassidor 600 Broughm Coupe
 1941 Nash Ambassidor 600 Broughm Coupe
This car is owned by 17 year old Marty Fassbind, Auburn WA.
Marty has the following to say about his car,
"About a year ago, I bought this old car from my neighbor for $120 dollars. It turned out to be a 1941 Nash Ambassidor 600 Broughm coupe. It had the origional 6 banger, 3 speed, everything, but was badly badly rusted. I ended up cutting the body off what was the sub frame, and removing the bottom 2 inches off the body due to rust. It sits on a custom 1941 Chevy frame, with a 67 camaro front clip, and a 10 bolt out back. Motor is a .10 over 305 that Ii got for free. It has vintage stamped valve covers, performer intake, quadra jet carb, and soon fenderwell headers. Transmission is a heavy duty saginaw 3 speed, and stearing is a saginaw manual box from a chevelle. I should have the car done by the end of summer, hopefully. Its built in the style of the shine runners of the days of old. Funny thing bout the car. The torque tube was cracked, the suspension was totaled from hitting hard, the rearend was blown, and both frame rails were cracked lenghwise. I have a feeling that this car was driven hard and put away wet."
 
1941 Nash Ambassidor 600 Broughm Coupe
1941 Nash Ambassidor 600 Broughm Coupe
1941 Nash Ambassidor 600 Broughm Coupe
Marty sent these pictures of his completed project.
Marty has just sent me this update on his car. (April 5 2010)
"I've blown up the 305, and have since had a 283 and now a 327 Chevy motor in it. I've also lost the rearend and replaced it with an 8.5 chevy 10 bolt. The wheels are 14's in the front and 15's in the back with hurst whitewall cheater slicks. The car now has a roll bar and 4 point simpson racing harness's
 
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1941 Nash Coupe
1941 Nash Coupe
This car is owned by Ted Cervantes, Nampa, ID  
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1941 Nash Coupe
1941 Nash Coupe
   
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1941 Nash Coupe
 
   
 1942 Nash Ambassador Six Fastback Sedan
1942 Nash 600 Sedan
 
 
 1942 Nash 600
1942 Nash 600 Brougham Coupe 
This is the Last One Made
 
 
  1942 Nash 600 Sedan Army Livery
 1942 Nash Ambassador
 
 
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 1942 Nash 600 Brougham Sedan
 1942 Nash Ambassador Coupe
This picture was submitted by Steven Hanson. 
The car was owned by his brother, Paul in 1954

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dotted Nova Scotia.
If any one is interested in Microsoft's Flight Simulator I have written some scenery files for Summerville. Maitland, Windsor and Hantsport.
Summerville now has an Airport
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johnmacdoanld@summerville-novascotia.com

 
 
 
 
 


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