1933 Nash Big Six Sedan

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  • Description

Nash was an innovative car company out of Kenosha, Wisconsin founded by former General Motors President Charles Nash. The company thrived and eventually purchased Hudson (in 1954) creating the American Motors Corporation (AMC). In its heyday, Nash created some of the most stylish and forward looking cars that were sporty and very well built. 

 
Offered here is an exceptional original example of a 1933 Nash Big Six sedan. Owned by the same gentleman since the 1950's, this Big Six has been stored away and survived largely in original condition. The original upholstery is in outstanding condition and the car also retains its original bullet headlights, fender lights and tail light and original Budd artillery wheels. Upon our acquisition of the car we cleaned the fuel system, checked the brakes and installed new whitewall tires. Mechanically it is in fantastic condition and runs and drives really well. A driving video is included in this description. The original flathead six cylinder produces 100HP so this car is really a joy to drive. It comes with a clear and old New Jersey title from 1961. This is a great original car! If you have any questions contact Alex: (203) 218-1903
 
Asking: $12,500