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With the post-war Town and Country woodies from Chrysler recently gaining acceptance into the list of Full Classics, can other post-war cars be far behind? For instance, this 1947 Nash Ambassador woodie for sale on Hemmings.com certainly appears quite stately from the seller’s photographs, and today is rather rare. Oh, and several pre-war Nashes are on the list as well, so it might not be much of a stretch to imagine cars like these at least getting a nomination. From the seller’s description:
Very rare car, only 1-000 made between 1946 and 1948, and 25 known to have survived.
Beautiful car, complete body-off, high quality, restoration in 2005. 90-point vehicle, leather upholstery, quality woodwork by Glenn Redding, Ocala, Florida. Completely rebuilt original engine, 130 HP, 7 main bearing overhead valve engine, less than 500 miles since restoration. Drives extremely well and easily cruises at highway speeds. Standard transmission with overdrive. Very comfortable ride. Rear seats fold down to make a bed! Has won numerous prizes. Very few seen at car shows
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