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An error to fix on the Nash 1937:Before the War

Discussion in 'AMC, Eagle, Hudson, Nash, Willys' started by dana44, Jan 13, 2014.

  1. dana44

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    I just glanced at the article you have on the 1937 Nash, and needless to say, the picture of the green 4door is a 1939 Model, not a 1937 model. As verification of this, the grille was something that under no circumstances stuck with any of the models, they remained the same for a whole year, even between the Ambassador and the LaFayette, coupe, sedan, etc.

    1939 was an all new design by a French designer, can't remember his name, but it was not a follow-on from the 1937 or 1938 model whatsoever.
     
  2. Dave Z

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    You're right, sorry!
     
  3. dana44

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    Accuracy is important, especially when so little is known about the Nashes to begin with.

    Thanks.

    Besides, I have one, and have never seen in person a second 1939 Nash.
     

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