The need for more garage space forces ****PRICE REDUCTION****
From the 660 series is this rare (possibly last surviving) 1931 Nash model 663, flathead 6 cyl, 2 door Sedan, manual 3 speed, 5 passenger, new Firestone tires, new Michelin heavy duty 4mm thick inner tubes, rim strips, original wire wheels, dual spares on fenders, new radiator, high performance radiator hoses, upgraded radiator fan (Derale 6-blade flex), original Ha-Dees heater, new 6 volt battery (negative ground), new high performance coil, new Champion Copper Plus spark plugs, new interior including headliner and leather hand-stitched steering wheel grip, no smoke, starts instantly and runs smoothly ***see video*** This is a solid car no rust, many tools, accessories and spare parts in compartment under back seat including grease guns, hose clamps w/wrench, fan belt, mini hydraulic jack, chrome 4-way lug wrench, mini fire extinguisher, tire changing tools including steel lock-ring key, tire spoons and pry bars (rims have the labor-efficient lock ring, not to be confused with the dangerous split-rims), extra fuses, bulbs, packing rope, manuals, master parts catalog, dealership brochure. Car is electric start with optional manual hand crank. Presently has a quick inexpensive blast of paint for rust protection. According to the Nash Color Schedule (Ditz-Lac Intermix System manual) the original colors were Black (upper section & belt mouldings) and Roman Green (lower section and window reveals).