1940 Nash Street Rod ConvertibleSOLD

1940 Nash Street Rod Convertible

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$ 65,000 - $ 75,000

Charles W. Nash was a veteran in the automobile industry by the time he built his first car in 1916. He ran away from home when he was twelve and after a series of odd jobs, he became the fastest cushion stuffer at the Flint Road Cart Company owned by William C. Durant and Dallas Dort in the early 1890's. By 1895 he was managing the company; by 1910 he was heading up the Buick Motor Car Company; and by 1912 he was president of General Motors. His rags-to-riches story ended like many others with his departure from General Motors following a policy dispute with Billy Durant. On July 29, 1916 Nash Motors Company of Kenosha, Wisconsin was born. When was the last time you saw a Nash Street Rod? Rest assured, Charlie Nash never thought of this one! Powered by a small-block Chevy 350-cid V-8 and automatic transmission, it is equipped with Air Ride, vintage air conditioning, Budnik custom wheels, keyless entry, power steering, power windows, dual mirrors, and AM/FM Secret Audio radio. In addition, it features shaved doors handles on its dark red metallic exterior with ghost flames, an aluminum radiator, custom Nash valve covers and most unique a mirrored firewall! Check it out! This is one cool ride.

Reference Number 353641

as of 5/12/2015

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