THIS 1954 NASH AMBASSADOR CUSTOM IS LOCATED IN: MARLBORO, NY
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1954 NASH AMBASSADOR CUSTOM
Ambassador was the model name applied to the senior line of Nash
automobiles from 1932 until 1957. From 1958 until the end of the
1965 model year, the Rambler Ambassador, then 1966-1972 as the
American Motors Ambassador, then 1973-1974 as AMC Ambassador, were
the products of American Motors Corporation (AMC), which continued
to use the Ambassador model name on its top-of-the-line models,
making it "one of the longest-lived automobile nameplates in
From 1927 through the mid-1932 model year, the Ambassador name was
applied to a high trim club sedan body style, one of Nash's most
prestigious senior models. The Ambassador series was the "flagship"
in the Nash line.
In 1954 the Nash Ambassador was the first American automobile to
have a front-end, fully integrated heating, ventilating, and
air-conditioning system. The heating and ventilation system was
called Weather Eye and now could be equipped with Nash-Kelvinators'
advanced Automobile air conditioning unit. While other
manufacturers in America at the time offered A/C on some models,
their air conditioning units were driven by a large and heavy,
trunk mounted expander and heat exchanger that carried the air into
the car via clear plastic tubes and out through ceiling mounted
vents. Nash's unit was inexpensive, compact, fit under the hood,
and could either circulate fresh or recycled air. With a single
thermostatic control, the Nash passenger compartment air cooling
option was described as "a good and remarkably inexpensive" system.
The option was priced well below systems offered by other carmakers
(in 1955, Nash offered it at US$345, against $550 for Oldsmobile or
$570 for Chrysler); other makers, such as Ford, did not even offer
optional air conditioning. (At the time, even a heater was not
always standard equipment.)
The Ambassador continued with only a few changes. A new "floating"
grille concave grille and partially chromed headlamp bezels were
added to the front end. A redesigned instrument panel was a major
change inside. The base trim was called "Super" while the higher
"Custom" models featured a continental spare tire carrier and many
other upgrades was available in 4-door sedan and two-door "Country
Club" hardtop forms. The standard 252.6 cu in (4.1 L) I6 was now
rated at 130 hp (97 kW; 132 PS) at 3,700 rpm with its 7.6:1
compression ratio and a one-barrel Carter carburetor.
Nash-Kelvinator merged with ailing Hudson Motor Car Company as of
January 14, 1954, to form American Motors Corporation (AMC), and
both Nash and Hudson dealers sold the compact-sized Ramblers that
were identical save for the "Nash" or "Hudson" badging. Although
the "senior" Nash and Hudson models continued to be marketed, it
was sales of the Rambler that were powering the company's bottom
line. As the compact Rambler's fortunes increased, sales of the
senior Nash cars, including the Ambassador, decreased. A total of
21,428 Ambassadors were built in 1954.
THIS 1954 NASH AMBASSADOR CUSTOM IS LOCATED IN MARLBORO, NY
CLEAN AND CLEAR NY STATE TRANSFERABLE REGISTRATION, FOR OLD CARS
PRIOR TO 1973 NY STATE ISSUES A TRANSFERABLE REGISTRATION, SAME AS
THE TITLE; YOU CAN REGISTER AND GET A TITLE IN YOUR STATE
THIS 1954 NASH WAS USED AS A TV AND MOVIE BACKGROUND CAR. USED ON
"THE MARVELOUS MRS. MAISEL" SEASONS 1, 2, AND 3 (SEE PICTURES) AND
"THE BLACKLIST" (2020). ALSO IN THE MOVIES "MOTHERLESS BROOKLYN"
(2019 WITH EDWARD NORTON, ALEC BALDWIN, AND WILLEM DAFOE), "THE
IRISHMAN" (2019 WITH ROBERT DENIRO, AL PACINO, AND JOE PESCI)
HAS BEEN USED AS A POLICE CAR WITH WHITE "PEEL PAINT" ON THE
OHV 6 CYL ENGINE
CONVERTED TO 12 VOLT
CONVERTED FROM GENERATOR TO ALTERNATOR
BOILED RADIATOR, REBUILT STARTER
CARBURETOR PROFESSIONALLY REBUILT BY LARRY ISGRO
ADDED SEAT BELTS AND AFTERMARKET SOUND SYSTEM UNDER DASH
CAR IS EQUIPPED WITH RECLINING FRONT SEATS, WEATHER EYE HEATER,
ORIGINAL FACTORY RADIO
ALL GAUGES, HORN, LIGHTS, WIPERS WORK
ALL GLASS IS GREAT
BODY AND FLOORS ARE SOLID
TIRES HAVE LOW MILEAGE
STILL USING THE ORIGINAL "LIFT TO START" TRANSMISSION LEVER
RUNS AND DRIVES GREAT
THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO OWN THIS GREAT CLASSIC!
Most classic cars we consider as projects because of the age and
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vehicle as accurately as I can. Remember, this vehicle is from the
1950's and can have some imperfections that I'm not aware of.
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satisfaction. Remember, this vehicle is from the 1950's, and even
though I've tried my best to describe it, it can have some
imperfections which I'm not aware of.
Due to vehicle age all sales are "Final" and "As Is"