The Nash-Healey sports car was one of the earliest collaborations between European and American manufacturers. Its Nash driveline and chassis components and Pinin Farina body were assembled at Donald Healey's factory in England. This 1953 is particularly attractive in White with Red leather interior and Black cloth top. In addition to its pushbutton radio it rides on a set of chrome wire wheels (most Nash-Healeys had steel wheel with simulated wire wheel covers) and wide whitewall tires. It is a very attractive older restoration that still shows well, a proper car with abundant eyeball appeal. Nash-Healeys are important examples not only of the collaboration among American manufacturers, Italian coachbuilders and British assemblers but also of the constant quest in the early Fifties to identify an American sports car concept. With plentiful Nash power and torque, they are not only a styling and design statement but also great cars to tour and cruise on the highway. This 1953 is ideally suited for that, and ready to go.
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