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- March 24, 2012
OK so the Nash has the angle rear door also,like a Willys.
- February 8, 2010
this is a 1939 nash
- January 4, 2009
I'd rather have that Ford sitting next to it. They both are savable.
- August 6, 2008
Our street rodder neighbors recently picked up a Nash Lafayette from the late 30s. Quite rare, first one I've seen. I'm partial to the bathtub Nashes and Ramblers from the late 40s and early 50s. My 53 Plymouth took styling cues from these.
- April 4, 2008
55 is right....this car is totally worth saving and could be very easily...if it was for sale..
- October 7, 2007
RARE I'd say..TOTALLY worth saving...it would make a SWEET cruiser....along with the Ford next to it...!!!
- August 29, 2007
Did nash try to get that to look like willys overland sedans, if not how wierd and how cool save it!!!
- May 6, 2007
r u kidding me?? This car can still be saved. How many rust holes can u see? Back in those days the metal was 2x as thick or more then now...they were built like tanks....there'd be no prbs restoring this babe.
- August 3, 2006
Very little rust. come on I am blind in one eye and can't see out of the other and it looks alot rusty to me. Still like it.
- July 2, 2006
suicide doors and very little rust-SWEET
- May 7, 2006
sweet as a rotten old car
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Rusty Rat Rods & Hot Rods from the 30's, 40's and 50's
Created: Apr 18, 2008 By: oldride
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