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Classic & Collectible Nash Cars of the 1930s

The 1930s Classic Nash Cars Channel covers popular antique Nashes from the decade. Take a look under the hoods of different 1930s classic Nash cars.

1930 Nash Twin Ignition Six

Excellent styling, fine workmanship, and good performance are the factors that make the 1930 Nash Twin Ignition Six a collectible automobile today. Read how Nash managed to show a profit while other independent manufacturers struggled to survive.

1930 Nash Twin Ignition Six

In 1984, only two 1930 Nash Twin Ignition Six models were known to survive. See pictures and learn about this 1930 Nash Twin Ignition Six restoration. See more »

1939-1940 Nash Ambassador

Nash Motors president George Mason intended to fight the Great Depression with innovation. Learn about the 1939-1940 Nash Ambassador at HowStuffWorks. See more »

1939-1942 Nash Ambassador Eight

The 1939-1942 Nash Ambassador Eight offered an affordable price, smooth performance, and nice styling. Find out more about this car here. See more »

1939-1942 Nash Ambassador Six

The 1939-1942 Nash Ambassador Six was an even more affordable version of the Nash Ambassador Eight. Find photos and specifications for this car here. See more »

1930-1934 Nash Twin-Ignition Eight

The 1930-1934 Nash Twin-Ignition Eight offered great road manners and styling as well as lots of special features. Learn about this car here. See more »