The Nash Metropolitan was called the first American sub compact
car. It was an American design that was built by the British. Many
said it was a great car that came in a small package. Only 13,323
models were produced in 1958. How many could possible still be in
existence today?This is a great Nash that came from a collector and
the car was already restored when this owner purchased it. It has
been restored and presents very well. Car has always been garaged
and has no known rust issues.Exterior is two toned with Sunburst
yellow and white. Paint is in above average condition. Headlights
have new rings and there is a new tire cover in the rear. Also new
is the front emblem.Interior is gray diamond patterned cloth and in
every good condition. It had been replaced when this owner
purchased the car.Engine is the 4-cylinder paired with the manual
transmission with column shift. Car runs and drives very
well.Factory options are a map light, electric wipers, cigarette
lighter and the continental style rear mounted spare tire with
cover.This Nash Met resided in Minnesota (great location for
Canadian buyers). It is available for viewing by appointment.
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