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Nash Ambassador Brougham cars for sale
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I purchased this vehicle 12 years ago as a class project for my students, and we disassembled a very completely preserved Nash. The school closed in 2006, and the Nash has been in dry storage ever since. Originally from Garland, Texas, the car was upgraded to a Custom in the mid-50s, and used only as a long-distance vacation vehicle. It was parked under a car port in 1971, and last ran in 1974. It was completely original. During the class disassembly some floor board rust was found, but the boxes are strong, the seams are very straight, and it appears this Nash has never been in an accident. Rust through on the hood from a deteriorated battery. Missing: The rear window glass, Custom script for the front fenders, and Custom 2-door interior panels (have the Super door panels). The car still has it's original rubber tires, three still hold air, the forth only briefly. Every item from the original car is included, and all of the rubber items (except tires, window rubber, and door sill rubber), are in good condition. The car has one repaint (metallic Surf Green over Surf Green.) The original upholstery was recovered, but the original still exist underneath. Everything on this car needs restoring. Includes a new PPG windshield, new brake master cylinders, NOS electric locking gas cap, NOS radio, NOS Fox Craft fender skirts, newly sealed gas tank, front inner fender panel, spotlight w/mirror, and all of the rare Brougham-only parts. I have the 1950 owners manual, ads, accessory catalogue, 1950 service manual, with a clean xerox copy, and follow-up dealer service letters for several years! Current CA registration and clear CA title to body number. Nash Car Club member #4711.