Impromptu Review - Small Cars - Episode No. II - The Nash Metropolitan

author Jake Kaywell   2 мес. назад

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Picking Up a 1957 Nash Metropolitan

Roy Marko from Mar-ko Custom and his buddy Justin pick up the 1957 Nash Metropolitan on a roadtrip. He shows some pictures of the Dodge Ram he used and the Nash Metropolitan.

1959 Nash Metropolitan Convertible - For Sale!

1959 Nash Metropolitan Convertible - For Sale!

Driving a 1958 Nash Metropolitan

3 on the tree

Metropolitan 1959 filmstrip for dealers 'Luxury In Miniature'.avi

Amazingly Original 1956 Nash Metropolitan for Sale

Visit to see this amazing 1956 Nash Metropolitan for sale from Left Coast Classics in Sonoma California. This is an amazingly original car with what is believed to be just 31k miles. While we do not have enough documentation to support this, there are many clues that suggest it. The car is unbelievably original and given it's 58 year lifespan, it's really quite amazing! Belonged to a school teacher in Mill Valley, California for it's first thirty years or so until selling to a postal worker in the wine country whom I am told put it into his barn, tucked away from the light of day until it's most current owner picked it up in 2001. It's held up well. Not perfect of course but likely one of the few original one's out there left. The interior is completely original, and the car is extremely functional with working radio, wipers, heater and lights. It's definitely comfortable and you feel like you're driving in a different time! Visit the link above for full details and to see the many photos of this unbelievable Nash - then give me a call with your best offer: Donn Dabney 707-332-8331 Thanks for watching our Metropolitan walk around and engine sound video - please leave a nice big thumbs up and a like on this mighty cool classic car! Facebook: Google+: Video URL: Test Drive Video:

I took a stroll down to Ragtop's, a classic car dealership in West Palm Beach, FL, to see what all the hub-bub was about. I decided to make a four part impromptu series on little cars that are big in character. You're watching the second part now, so why don't you go ahead and give the others a look?

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