Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is pleased to offer for sale, on
consignment, this super cool 1946 Nash Ambassador. The owner of
this Nash was bitten by the modification bug and as a result this
car has some pretty cool features. Starting with the power plant,
we have a rebuilt 354 cubic inch Hemi V8 when introduced in 1956,
was capable of producing 280hp. When equipped with a bigger
carburetor and a different camshaft it was pushing out 355hp which
was unheard of back in those days. The Hemi in this car is fully
dressed in polished accessories and bolt on performance parts. The
engine is matched to a 3 speed automatic transmission and power is
transferred to a Lincoln independent rear suspension with 3:50
gears. Up front is a Mustang type front end which helps this big
car handle much better than the factory setup. The new interior is
tastefully updated with power leather bucket seats and a matching
leather bench seat for the back. Power brakes and power steering
help to make the driving experience comfortable and easy. There is
an AM radio, a working clock and working gauges to keep you
informed. The real joy from this car happens once you get behind
the wheel, it is a great cruiser with ample power and a great sound
from the custom exhaust. Enjoy the photos and video we shot and
thank you for your interest in this one of a kind car!
1946 Nash Ambassador
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