1950 Nash Rambler Landau convertible. First year for this style convertible, production was only 9330 units. It is unique in that the canvas top retracts by sliding back on two fixed rails which are fixed in place over the side windows. This design plus the unibody construction made a very stable handling car, more rigid than other convertibles. It seats five adults, the front seat is a 60/40 configuration. Standard equipment included electric clock, custom steering wheel, full wheel covers, pushbutton AM radio, courtesy lights and a Weather Eye heater/defroster. I have not tried to start the engine but I think it will probably run with some tinkering. The front floor area needs some patching, the rears are okay and the trunk is too. Windshield and door windows are cracked. This is a rare and desirable car. It has been stored for a number of years and will need everything gone through. Car is located in northwest Arkansas, 72758 zip. Mike 479-256-0269. I have this listed on several sites and retain the right to sell it on a first come basis. Thanks.

Used Year: 1950
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): D-3675 Mileage: 49421
Number of Cylinders: 6 Make: Nash
Transmission: 3 spd manual Model: Rambler
Body Type: convertible Trim: Landau convertible
Vehicle Title: Clear Engine: 6 cyl. 172 cu.in./82 hp 1 bbl carb.
Options: Convertible Drive Type: RWD
Fuel Type: Gasoline For Sale By: Private Seller
Exterior Color: Green Drive Side: Left-hand drive
Interior Color: Gray

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