This Nash Metropolitan convertible is powered by its original 1200A engine and 3-speed manual transmission. It has NOS interior fabric and leather in the original style. The exterior features a Haartz Stay-Fast soft-top and base coat/clear coat paint in its original Caribbean Green color. A full rotisserie restoration was completed in the spring of 2017 and included an engine, transmission, and clutch rebuild, completely rebuilt brake system with DOT-5 silicone fluid and new brake lines, a completely new fuel system including tank and lines, and an air cleaner conversion to a paper element from an oil bath. It also included all-new weatherstripping throughout, complete new interior including the door panels, seats and carpet, a new windshield and side glass, new black Haartz Stay-Fast soft-top, new turn signals and taillights, five new tires, and a new exhaust. A battery disconnect switch was installed under the right dash along with a new wiring harness and components. The original radio was converted to AM/FM/MPC with a power radio antenna. It also includes a top boot and spare tire cover.
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