1957 Nash Metropolitan: America’s first small car
The Nash Metropolitan was the most iconic subcompact of the 1950s, and one of the rare British vehicles that gained popularity even in the United States. Even though the elegant vehicle resembled a toy it was in great demand.
1950 Nash Ambassador Super: A worthy rival for the Big Three
The controversial design of 1950 Nash Ambassador was colloquially dubbed "bathtubs", however, the revolutionary Airflyte design of those years looked very exotic, even impressive, and the technical characteristics compared with what the modern auto industry offered, was progressive.
The Distinguished 1951 Nash Ambassador Super: The World’s First Car To Use Modern Developments of Aviation
When the word Nash is spoken to car fans and non-car fans, you are bound to hear some extravagant nicknames for the independent automaker. Some may consider it old news, and maybe a bit unjust, given that the Ambassador line was ahead of its time by the early 1950s.