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1929 Nash Standard Six 31687 Miles Green Sedan Inline 6-Cylinder Manual

31687 MILEAGE
Sedan BODY TYPE
Inline 6-Cylinder ENGINE
Manual TRANSMISSION
Gasoline FUEL

1929 Nash Standard Six Description:

GR Auto Gallery is pleased to bring to market this 1929 Nash Standard Six. Nash was an innovative car company out of Kenosha, Wisconsin founded by former General Motors President Charles Nash. The company thrived and eventually purchased Hudson (in 1954) creating the American Motors Corporation (AMC). Nash's were known for exceptional style and quality for the price. The Standard Six was Nash's entry level offering at the period. The Standard Six is equipped with an L-head inline 6-cylinder engine and mated to a 3-speed transmission. The coachwork was done by Seaman Body Corporation of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
This 1929 Nash Standard Six is an older restoration that shows well. The car is finished in Green with black fenders and a landau top. The paint has a priceless patina to it and really holds a shine. The bumpers and trim are intact and look and show well. The landau top is intact and in great shape. The interior has been well preserved and the mohair seats look fantastic. This Nash is powered by a 184 cubic-inch inline 6-cylinder engine that's mated to a 3-speed sliding-gear transmission. The wood spoked wheels are varnished and really stand out. This classic Nash is ready for its next owner!

Features:

Item location:Local pick-up only
VIN:210003
Year:1929
Mileage:31687
Make:Nash
Model:Standard Six
Type:Sedan
Color:Green
Interior color:Gray
Engine:Inline 6-Cylinder
Fuel:Gasoline
Transmission:Manual
Vehicle Title:Clear