Description: Having a car that was once owned by a celebrity is always a cool thing. Depending on whom that famous person is/was their former ride can often be worth hundreds of thousands if not millions of do...
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Andrew Grimm May 26, 2012
Hey Jordan, why are you so impatient? Jalopnik isn't even do an article on it until today. So it will probably be tomorrow or the day after.
Jordan Smith May 26, 2012
Hey CarBuzz, why don't you guys have an article on the BMW Zagato Coupe? It was revealed a few days ago.
Knox Ferraro May 29, 2012
You would think this was a lot more narrow at night... Right until you clipped it.
Michael Evans May 26, 2012
Thx dale for showing how the wow factor is about this car
Dale Fredriks May 26, 2012
Wow!! Would you look at that! There's a new Camry in the background. I'm sure that will fetch millions.
Description: The brand itself is also quite special in its own right. Produced only from 1951 until 1954, the car was the result of a partnership between the CEO of the Nash-Kelvinator Corporation, George W. Mason...
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Description: By 1951, Nash Motors was supplying Donald Healey with inline-six engines and three-speed manual transmissions. Power output was also increased by Healey's team and the new car's chassis was ...
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Javier Alonso Rivas May 26, 2012
simple, uncommn, convertible.. like it (:
Jason Levy May 26, 2012
Look at that hood scoop. This is the first ricer ever created lol. Haters gunna hate
Dale Fredriks May 26, 2012
It's incredibly boring to look at. Nothing interesting in terms of styling.
Description: Other famous owners of the brand included golfer Sam Sneed and singer/producer Dick Powell. By 1954, however, the situation on the ground for both companies changed. Nash became a part of AMC and ...
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Description: In addition to his boxing career, Moore was also an actor and a civil rights activist. For people like us, however, he was also a car guy and fond of exotic machinery. After Moore bought his Nash-Heal...
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Reid Huff May 26, 2012
And of course he ruined it by putting a v8 in it. It just isn't necessary.
Michael Evans May 26, 2012
Porsche back end
Carlton Salmon May 26, 2012
Side exhaust pipe?
Description: Although the Alpine White paint is very old, it's still in pretty good condition throughout, despite from a few imperfections and chips in some places. However, some the car's original finis...
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Michael Evans May 26, 2012
White or bronze hum what a choice
Description: Overall, this one-of-a-kind roadster is in fabulous shape and doesn't require a restoration; it's ready to go as is if the new owner wants to keep it that way. As of this writing, the curren...
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Lou Guerrero May 26, 2012
The pie dish wheels don't really suit this car. I'd go for a wire wheel with a knock off spinner.
Carlton Salmon May 26, 2012
I can see similarities with the Mercedes-Benz 190 SL which came out after this. Did the Germans have this car in mind when designing the rear of their car...?
Knox Ferraro May 29, 2012
Then again, this one has no seat belts anyway...
Knox Ferraro May 29, 2012
In the sixties people used to cut off the seatbelts and hang them from the rear view mirror. They weren't too concerned about airbags or head restraints.
Thomas Isnt Green May 26, 2012
Something like airbags??
Thomas Isnt Green May 26, 2012
Zero safety features
Steve Waskiewicz May 26, 2012
Would love to visit, but never live with it.
Chaz Gill May 26, 2012
I like the color combo.
Knox Ferraro May 29, 2012
You gotta respect the allegiance to bisymmetry to the point where you have TEN different gauges.
Dale Fredriks May 26, 2012
I love how the shifter comes straight out of the floor.
Michael Evans May 26, 2012
Hum car anti theft sucks