Nash car books cover the history and development of the Nash automobiles.
Nash Motors was an automobile manufacturer based in Kenosha, Wisconsin, from 1916 to 1938. From 1938 to 1954, Nash was the automotive division of the Nash-Kelvinator Corporation. Nash production continued from 1954 to 1957 after the creation of American Motors Corporation.
Nash Metropolitan 1954-1961 by R M Clarke (1981)
Nash Family Album by John Conde (1952)
The Nash Styling Sketchbook by Patrick Foster (1998). Nash automobile styling was always different from the rest of Detroit. It was unique and boldly imaginative. Historian Patrick Foster interviewed former Nash stylists to compile this fascinating and well-illustrated photo history of Nash concept cars, styling studies and prototypes. There are also chapters on Nash stylists and what Nash's would have looked like in future years.
Nash 8 Twin Ignition Volume 15, No.2 by Beverley Kimes (1977). Automobile Quarterly. Describes the history of the Nash, with the background on its origin and the fact its quality was not fully appreciated.
The Nash - Ajax News, March 1926, Volume I, No.5 by Rupert Larson (1926)
The Hemmings Book of Nashes by R A Lentinello (2002). From Nash's distinctive prewar models such the Special 8 convertible to the lovable Metropolitan, this book examines more than a dozen Nash examples from 1929 to 1962.
Statesman Owners Manual By Nash Years 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955 and 1956 available.
Nash Technical Handbook On Wheel Alignment (c.1947) An interesting manual for wheel balancing on post-war Nash motor vehicles. It was originally intended for garage mechanics and has detailed drawings and technical specifications.
Rambler Country Club Automobile, Nash Airflyte 1951 Life Magazine
Advertisements for Nash Automobiles Many years and Nash models.
The New Nash '400' Automobile "The Finest Type Of Centralized Chassis Lubrication" 1929 National Geographic Advertisement
Nash Automobile: 1952 And 1956 New Car Advertising Brochures 1952 Nash Ambassador, 1952 Nash Statesman, 1952 Nash Rambler 10.5" x 14" folded brochure. 1956 Nash Ambassador, 1956 Nash Statesman 10.5" x 14" 8 page pamphlet. Advertising: Power steering, Air Conditioning, Airliner reclining seats, Twin travel beds, Duo-Coustic radio with twin speakers, white sidewall tubeless tyres.
Luxury c.1930 Nash Motors
Nash Airflyte Magazine 1950 Nash Motors Pamphlet
1933 Nash Ambassador Eight Brougham 1933 Nash Motors Advertisement
Nash Cars: Information Book "400" Series 1929 Nash Motor Co. Undated reprint
Nash Present The World's Most Modern Cars - The 1951 Nash Airflytes 1950 Product brochure featuring the Ambassador, Statesman & Rambler Models. Full inside and outside shots and descriptions, with full specifications to rear panel.
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