Driving south on I-75 through Monroe, Michigan on Tuesday, I had to detour because the freeway was closed ahead. I chose Telegraph Road (US 24), and just before crossing the Ohio state line, I saw a 1957 Nash parked on the northbound side. The paint wasn't perfect, but the body looked in good shape. This was the last model year for Nash, and the only one that used vertical headlights. I don't know if it should be credited as the first car with vertical headlights, as the '57 Lincolns also had them. I don't care for the look, but they look much better on the Nash than the Lincoln.