This is one of America's first sports cars, and it's a forgotten gem from the 50s, left in the shadow, I suppose, of the early Corvette and Thunderbirds of the time. It was built by the Nash-Kalvinator company in conjunction with Donald Healey- once a powerhouse in the US auto sector, but like Studebaker would see financial ruin over the following decade. These are a great looking 50s car, with a 6-cylinder Nash engine and manual transmission, and they have some impressive motorsport history (including a lightweight version that placed thurd at Le-Mans). Might get a few more of these on the register - this one has been advertised for quite a few years now.
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