1952 Nash Healey Roadster: Driving into Classic Elegance
The Nash Healey Roadster defied convention, morphing from a mere car into a symphony of ingenuity and artistry that flawlessly epitomized the dynamic spirit of the 1950s. Bolstered by its formidable engine prowess and adorned with a chassis that sliced through the air, it became a tangible emblem of the American Dream.
1954 Nash Healey Roadster: Post-War Classics
The Nash Healey was one of the most exciting automobiles to reach America in the 1950s. It was the brainchild of George Mason, who commissioned Kenosha-based Healey Motors Ltd. to build the sports vehicle on behalf of Nash Motors.
1951 Nash Healey Roadster: America’s first postwar sports car
Who doesn't remember the movie "Sabrina" with the gorgeous Audrey Hepburn? Every frame of the film was a masterpiece, and the chic two-seater roadster, on which the brilliant Humphrey Bogart brought the heroine home, became the epitome of a classic car.