Nash-Healeys are attractive two-seaters with the outstanding attributes of eligibility for early 50's events, great reliability, Pinin Farina design and widely available parts and service support. Little known, however, is the fact that there are two series of Nash-Healeys, the 1951 cars like this one, built with alloy bodies by Panelcraft in England, and the subsequent high production series bodied by Pinin Farina. Only 104 of the Panelcraft Nash-Healeys were built and even fewer survive today, including this well preserved and complete example which will be an easy restoration or can be used as is to impress both spectators and Concours judges with its longevity and preservation. Finished in Old English White with Black interior and White vinyl top, it had the same owner for the last 25 years. During most of them it was stored. Pioneering road tester "Uncle" Tom McCahill said of these original Nash-Healeys that he'd "never driven a sports car that handled better or gave the driver so much control." A highly rewarding and straightforward restoration project, this is a unique and very desirable opportunity to acquire one of the first European/American hybrids, a car that is rarely seen and will be instantly distinguished from others costing ten or more times as much.
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