Nash 1930

400
 Six
 Twin Ignition Six
 Twin Ignition Eight

 

 

450 Single 6 Series (6 cyl., 201.3 cu.in., 60 h.p.; wb: 114 ¼ in.)
  Roadster
  Touring
  Coupe 2-passenger
  Coupe 4-passenger
  Sedan 2-door
  Sedan 4-door
  Cabriolet
  Deluxe Sedan
  Landaulet
480 Twin Ignition 6 Series (6 cyl., ohv, 242 cu.in., 74½ h.p.; wb: 118 in.)
  Roadster
  Coupe 2-passenger
  Coupe 4-passenger
  Sedan 2-door
  Sedan 4-door
  Cabriolet
  Victoria
  Sedan 7-passenger (wb: 128 ¼ in.)
  Touring 7-passenger (wb: 128 ¼ in.)
  Tonneau Cowl Touring (wb: 128 ¼ in.)
490 Twin Ignition 8 Series (8 cyl., ohv, 298.6 cu.in., 100 h.p.; wb: 133 in.)
  Sedan
  Sedan
  Cabriolet
  Coupe
  Coupe
  Victoria
  Ambassador
  Sedan
  Limousine


In 1930 Nash Motors introduced an eight-cylinder engine.


 


Nash 400

 


 


400 Twin Ignition Six Sedan


400 Six Sedan


400 Twin Ignition Six Sedan


400 Twin Ignition Six Cabriolet


400 Twin Ignition Six Coupé


400 Twin Ignition Six Victoria


400 Twin Ignition Six Roadster


400 Six Sedan


400Twin Ignition Six Sedan


400 Six Landaulet


400 Six De-Luxe Sedan


400 Six Cabriolet


400 Six Coupé


400 Twin Ignition Six De-Luxe Touring

FOR 1930, FINER, MORE LUXURIOUS NASH "400's"
 
FOR 1930, two brilliant new series of motor cars carry forward, in the six-cylinder field, the name Nash, to superlative new standards of motoring enjoyment.
A distinguished new Twin-Ignition Six and a great new Single Six again wear the title, "Nash 400" in fitting description of their personality and individuality.
Once more, Nash designers and engineers have given a new and advanced pattern of grace, elegance and performance to moderate priced motoring.
Both the Twin-Ignition Six and Single Six are longer in wheelbase than their predecessors, the "400" Special Six and Standard Six. Their lines, in consequence, more certainly and more delightfully suggest the superiority of "400" performance.
The hood in each case is longer, and with the straight hood line suggests, by its speedline effect, the eagerness, fleetness and smoothness of the power that waits beneath.
The new radiators of these new Nash "400's," with their attractive ebonized automatic built-in shutters and narrowed radiator shells, achieve new head-on smartness and style.
And the eye is immediately arrested and charmed by the striking new design of the "400" upper body structure. Instead of the conventional "straight" side and flat arched roof used so long by body designers, Nash now starts the arch at the belt line and continues it, unbroken, to the top. The effect, from front or rear, is to replace unnecessary bulk with pleasing slenderness and grace. Nash stylists have achieved a master stroke in the charm and individuality of this new body effect. They have forecast the future in body design.
The new "400" belt line for 1930 is narrower and the body color is now repeated above the paneling. Thus body tone is contrasted with both the moulding color and with the complementary color in the window reveals — a charming new note in motor car decoration.
Still another very attractive item of "400" Salon body dress is the new high-lustre metal side-roof shell which replaces the customary fabric and adds finish and strength to the entire upperstructure.
The top of the new Twin-Ignition Six hood shows a new arrowhead panel in a contrasting color which extends the full hood length with the flare to the rear — an accent which emphasizes the flowing rhythm of "400" Salon body lines.

 


Twin Ignition Eight Sedan


400

 


400


Coupé


Other series


660 Sedan (6-cyl)


880 Sedan (8-cyl)


870 Sedan (8-cyl)


890 Victoria (8-cyl)