Stunning 1953 Nash Healey Roadster by PininfarinaThis gorgeous 1953
Nash Healey Roadster by Pininfarina is a highly sought after and
collectible automobile. White with red leather interior and chrome
wire wheels with white-wall tires. It wears an attractive older
restoration that still shows well. Complete with its side windows,
black soft-top and tonneau cover. It starts right up and runs and
drives wonderfully. Very nice paint, chrome-work, and a beautiful
interior. Straight body with good door and panel fit as well as a
solid undercarriage. The Nash-Healey sports car was one of the
earliest collaborations between European and American
manufacturers. Its Nash driveline and chassis components and Pinin
Farina body were assembled at Donald Healey's factory in England.
With plentiful Nash power and torque, they are not only a styling
and design statement but also great cars to tour and cruise on the
highway with. This particular example is ready to be driven and
enjoyed by its next loving caretaker. 1 of 153 built for the 1953
model year Total production of 506 cars in a 4 year production
period Chassis by Donald Healey of London Drivetrain by
Nash-Kelvinator Corporation of Kenosha, Wisconsin Body handbuilt by
Pininfarina of Turin, Italy Highly attractive example wearing an
older restoration Mechanically excellent, strong driver Striking
color combinationPrice: $125,000
1953 Nash Roadster
Location:Astoria, New York
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