This 1951 Nash Rambler Wagon is like nothing you've ever seen before. With its wild paint, robust V6 power, custom A/C interior, and much more, this is a classic of true distinction offered for quite an affordable price.
This is the classic that gets attention at every cruise-in, car show, and stoplight. After all, the Rally Green paint is what Volkswagen used to really draw attention to Beetles, and today this modern application has so much radiance it looks like it could glow in the dark! Even the bumpers, handles, and grille were painted this color to give it a very sleek and modern look. Of course, when it comes to sleek, nothing beats these original Ramblers with skirted wheel wells over both the front and rear! And while the paint alone signals to the world this is a true custom machine, that feeling also continues in the details. You see it with features like polished American Racing Torq Thrust wheels, notched rear bumper for the dual exhaust, and full hand-painted pinstripe package that includes the Nash logo.
Inside is a full custom setup built for both show and comfort. For example, the exterior bold green returns on the dash and door tops, so it's great to see a minty green upholstery that thoughtfully coordinates with this color. You have front bucket seats, custom door panels with armrests, and a cup holder center console, so this is a nice place to spend some time. There's even an AM/FM/CD stereo and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. The driver gets a wood-rimmed Grant GT sports steering wheel on a tilt column, and beyond that are crisp VDO gauges. And while this is great for the driver, all the room in the back and split tailgate also make it a great one to park for tailgating!
The engine bay looks good with its smooth color-matched presentation and plenty of polished components. Plus, you're looking at a 3.8-liter Buick V6. This upgraded motor is the same hardy unit that was the base for the Buick Regal Grand Nationals. In this one, they added some terrific performance components like a Blue Racer cam, Accel HEI ignition, hi-rise intake, and a Holley four-barrel carburetor. This was built to drive, and that's why you have great upgrades, like the TH400 three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and an upgraded Mustang II independent front end with front disc brakes.
This is a true marvel wrapped in a complete build that has less than 8,500 miles on the odometer. It's a terrific custom that offers everything, including an obtainable price. Call today!!!