The Pick of the Day is a rare hardtop model of the sports car designed to boost the fortunes of the American automaker
The professionally built street rod has won top national awards at such events as the Grand National Roadster Show and Goodguys
One of his final wishes was to take a ride in his 1956 Nash Ambassador. With the help of his family and ClassicCars.com, Patrick McKay got his wish.
Kenosha, Wisconsin, is a city that has never fully recovered from the 1987 loss of its American Motors manufacturing plant.
‘Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Superman!” But if you looked at the ground during the days of the 1950s, you likely saw a car much like our Pick of the Day.
Barn-find classics continue to be fascinating outliers in the collector car market, the romantic lure of a desirable car presented in as-found condition seeming to trump common sense.
The little car that made a career out of being fundamentally cute, Nash Metropolitan was a U.S. design built on the mechanicals of an Austin A40 with seating for two
Italian design house Pininfarina is known mainly for amazing Ferrari and Alfa Romeo designs, but the company also did extensive work with British and American auto manufacturers.
The Pick of the Day is conceivably the cutest car in the known universe, as chubby and round as a baby panda.