Rare 1953 Nash-Healey Roadster will be on saleOctober 27, 2020
Auction house Mecum plans to put up a rare 1953 Nash-Healey roadster for auction this November.
Introduced in 1951, Nash-Healey was originally produced in England, but later moved to Italy. It should be said that the car, which will appear on sale, is painted in a red shade, which contrasts with the chrome trim of the front end and white tires, dressed on wide rims.
Speaking of the interior of the model, there is a minimalist cockpit with a 3-spoke steering wheel and old-style control sticks, as well as red leather trim and red flooring. In turn, the car’s mileage is 139,133 km.
The car is equipped with a 4.1-liter 6-cylinder engine with two 150 hp carburetors. Together with the power unit, a 3-speed manual transmission functions.
It is noted that in four years of production, only 506 copies of the Nash-Healey were produced. In turn, the auction house did not disclose the estimated cost of the car.
In addition, quite recently, a 1993 Porsche 911 appeared on sale in fairly good condition. It should be emphasized that for this car the German company is asking for 275,000 euros
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