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Nash & Nash-Healey: 1949-1957 (Limited Edition)

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This book covers the 1949-1957 US built Nash cars and the Anglo-American Nash-Healey sportscars. The late George Mason was rare among auto executives in that he defied trends. For example in 1950 he introduced the compact Rambler a car destined for little success until the recession of 1959 and in 1954 he acquired the Hudson Motor Car Co. to form American Motors. After he died in the October of 1954 George Romney was in charge and within a short time dumped both the Nash and Hudson names. In the meantime in 1951 the jointly produced Nash-Healey came into production powered by the Dual Jetfire Ambassador 6-cylinder engine. Nash had a good relationship with Pinin Farina who styled some very good cars over the years. This is a book of contemporary road tests, new model introductions, technical and specification data, background, design, driving impressions. Models covered include: Airflyte, NXI, Rambler, Statesman, Nash-Healey, Country Club, Ambassador, Golden Airflyte, Convertible, Spider, Le Mans, Cross Country, Station Wagon.  

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Author: R.M. Clarke

ISBN: 1855203669

Publisher: Brooklands Books

Binding Type: Paperback

Pages: 92

Weight: 0.0