This 1953 Nash-Healy Roadster With Pinin Farina Coachwork Is a Masterpiece

During the early 1950s, Nash-Healey came out with a new coupe model named ‘Le Mans,’ and the name was much more than an honorarium as Nash-Healeys had competed in the Le Mans 24 Hours since 1950.

These were the first sports cars introduced in the U.S. by a major automaker after the fallow period of the Great Depression. The Healys came to fruition as a result of a chance meeting between Nash-Kelvinator and British auto… (continue reading…)

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