Nash and Metropolitan
1954

Rambler
Ambassador
Statesman
Nash-Healey – end of prod.
Metropolitan – new model 


 

 

The World's Leading Custom Stylist Scores Again!
 

Two short years ago Nash introduced a new concept of American automotive design as it presented the styling genius of Pinin Farina.
 
Today that genius finds new, advanced expression as Nash proudly presents its 1954 masterpieces bearing the crest of the man who puts "tomorrow on wheels". Never have you seen such beauty ... such spaciousness ... such sweep of visibility. And all this is combined with Nash engineering achievements in Power Steering, Power Braking and other features for your motoring enjoyment.
 
Eight new Nash Ambassador and Statesman models await your inspection today. See them, drive them, for the greatest experience you ever had at the wheel of an automobile.

 


 


Ambassador and Statesman


AMBASSADOR ('Super Jetfire' R6 cyl., 252.6 cu.in., 130 h.p.; optional 'Le Mans Dual Jetfire: 140 h.p.; wb: 121 ¼ in.)
 60 Custom 2 Door Hardtop Coupé  
 60 Custom 4 Door Sedan  
 60 Super 2 Door Sedan  
 60 Super 4 Door Sedan
STATESMAN ('Dual Powerflyte' R6 cyl., 195.6 cu.in., 110 h.p., wb: 114 ¼ in.)
 Custom 2 Door Hardtop Coupé
 Custom 2 Door Sedan
 Custom 4 Door Sedan
 Super 2 Door Sedan
 Super 4 Door Sedan

 


Ambassador


Ambassador

EQUIPMENT: Custom models shown include as standard equipment: Continental rear fire mount. Foam cushions. Needlepoint and homespun upholstery combinations. Electric clock. Map light, Courtesy light. Directional signals. Chrome wheel discs. Vinyl -coveted rubber crash pad. Custom Country Club model also includes specially tailored interior.
Extra cost equipment includes: Le Mans'- Dual Jetfire engine. Nash Power Steering. Nash Power Brakes. Electric Power Lift Windows. Weather Eye Conditioned Air System. Airliner Reclining Seats and Twin Beds. Dual Range Hydra Matic. Automatic Overdrive. Duo Coustic radio. Wire wheel trim. White sidewall tires. Solex glass. Petty hood ornament. Special leather and needlepoint trim, Country Club model.

 


Statesman


Statesman

EQUIPMENT: Custom models shown include as standard equipment Continental rear tire mount, foam cushions. Needlepoint and homespun upholstery combinations, Electric clock. Map light. Courtesy light, Directional signals. Chrome wheel discs. Vinyl covered rubber crash pad. Custom Country Club model also includes specially tailored interior.
Extra cost equipment includes: Nash Power Steering. Nash Power Brakes Electric Power Lift Windows. Weather Eye Conditioned Air System, Airliner Reclining Seats and Twin Beds. Dual Range Hydra Matic. Automatic Overdrive. Duo Coustic radio, Wire wheel trim. White sidewall tires, Solex glass, Petty hood ornament. Special leather and needlepoint firm Country Club model.
 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Rambler


Rambler  
 4 Door Super Sedan  
 Custom 2 Door Stn Wgn  
 2 Door Convertible  
 2 Door Country Club  
 2 Door Custom Hardtop  
 2 Door Delivery Sedan  
 2 Door Stn Wgn
 2 Door Suburban  
 2 Door Super Sedan  
 2 Door Utility Wgn  
 4 Door Custom Sedan
 4 Door Custom Stn Wgn

 

 


Rambler Custom Sedan


Rambler Club Sedan

Nash Healey


Nash-Healey – end of prod.
 Le Mans Coupé
 Convertible

 


Nash Healey (wrong year)


Nash Healey Le Mans Coupé by Pinin Farina

 


Metropolitan "An Entirely New Concept in Motoring"


Metropolitan
 2 Door Convertible E
 2 Door Hardtop Coupé E

 


Metropolitan at Chicago Motor Show.

The Metropolitan was originally designed by Nash in the USA in 1950 and from 1954 is built in Britain by Austin in conjunction with Fisher & Ludlow. Never badged as an Austin, it went into production in 1954 as convertible or fixed head, powered by the 42 bhp 1200cc A40 engine, giving a top speed of 75 mph. Three speed box with column shift and A30 based front suspension. Early cars had no opening boot access.


 


Metropolitan Coupé and Metropolitan Convertible