Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1937 Nash
Lafayette 400 two- door sedan. Nash bought out Lafayette Motors and
reintroduced the Lafayette name in 1934 as a lower priced car to
the Nash lineup. The Lafayette was marketed as a new kind of
low-priced car. Targeting former small car buyers into a larger,
more appealing better engineered car that costs just a little more
than the lowest priced cars on the market. The Nash Lafayette 400
two-door rides on a 121-inch wheelbase with a 234 I-6 engine
producing 95 hp. Attached to a three-speed manual transmission. The
interior is appointed with broadcloth seats with tufting and
braiding trim. An oversized speedometer and gauge package highlight
the dash. This 1937 Nash Lafayette is a solid and restorable
example. The body is good, and the interior has no rips or tears.
Engine runs and motivates through all the gears. The beauty of this
car lies in its flowing lines and distinguishable radiator design.
1937 Nash Lafayette
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