1947 Nash 600S purchased about two years ago. The previous owner
took meticulous care of the Nash. He purchased the Nash in 2007. We
have some books and records from that date. He detailed the Nash
with interesting pinstriping, players dice fixed on the radiator
cap, dipstick cap and engine as well as the dashboard. It also
includes white and red fuzzy dice. On the fire wall there are a
number of decals from all the car shows he attended around the
country. The Nash has a 172.6cid / 2.8L flathead straight six
engine. This engine produces 82 horsepower at 3,800 rpm. The
transmission is a manual three speed on the column. The exhaust
system has a glass pack which sounds great. The Nash can reasonably
make claim to being America's first mass-produced unit-construction
("unibody") car. The interior seat covers, head liner, and floor
cover is in perfect shape. No tears or rips. The exterior is white
and is offset with a red sun visor. The tires are large white walls
and are in good condition. The hub caps are spinner type and
highlighted with a red checkered pattern which shows off the chrome
on the hub cap. We have installed a new clutch, new brakes and new
battery. The previous owner had it switched from 6 volt to 12 volt
system. When we take the Nash out we get a thumbs up and it is a
real magnet for pictures when we park her. She is a fun car to
drive and to show. Please Note The Following **Vehicle Location is
at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a
showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only **Please
Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1947 Nash 600
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