Field Find! 1952 Nash Ambassador Custom!
Hi! We're back after another long Canadian winter! I've been pretty busy with customer cars, but I did manage to pick up a couple more units for us to enjoy! This time it's a 1952 Nash Ambassador Custom 4 door sedan. I like the unique styling and interesting engineering of these Nashes; they certainly look like nothing else on the road. These were unibody cars since before the war, and the skrted-wheel styling (with supposed input from famous Italian design house Farina) gives them a look that is unmistakable and unique. This particular car is the top-of-the-line model, with nice touches like beautiful green-tinted glass, radio, and GM's Hydramatic automatic transmission. It looks like this car was parked when it was fairly new after a sideswipe accident probably wrote it off. The owner must have kept the car intending to fix it, and never did... Maybe I should repair it? I'd sure like to get it going, but it's pretty rough after being stored outside for many years. It is mostly complete, and has only about 25000 miles showing. Well, either way, it's the last independent manufacturer I needed to have all of the 5 major postwar independents for the CWMC used-car lot! Let's line it up there with the Packard, Hudson, Studebaker, and Kaiser! Thanks for watching this stuff, and for subscribing! Lots more to come this summer now that the snow is finally gone. Cheers!
going to the crusher
time stands still and the chrome still shines........the crusher patiently waits
Motorvision stellt den Ami-Klassiker der Nachkriegszeit vor.
We drag 3 model A fords out of a barn in Ga