The Nash Metropolitan was introduced in 1955 and was ahead of its
time in many ways. The idea of a small, economical car was not at
the top of the popularity list in the '50's, but this car comes at
a size and with fuel economy that would actually fit today's
market. This is the hardtop version, there was also a convertible.
This '57 features an engine that is slightly larger than the one
first introduced, and the two-tone paint treatment is another
feature to distinguish later models. Metros are loved and collected
today, and there are Metropolitan clubs and shows. This example
presents well with its red and white paint,correct chrome trim and
the correct hubcaps with white stripe tires.