1951 Nash-Healey automobile
Front view of 1951 Nash Healey sports car. Typed on back: "Public Relations Department, Nash Motors Division, Nash-Kelvinator Corporation, Detroit 32, Michigan. For release February 15, 1951. The distinctive front end appearance of Nash Motors new Nash Healey sports car is achieved by clean functional design with a broad low hood and car-long horizontal body lines that flow gracefully from front to rear. Front grille follows the design of the familiar Nash "Airflyte" chrome barred racing air scoop. The sports car is powered by a new 'Dual Jetfire' Ambassador engine having an estimated speed of 125 mph. The new car will be tested soon at the Indianapolis Speedway, Daytona and the Salt Lake Flats."
- Resource ID:
- Nash automobiles
- Automobiles, Convertible
- Photographic prints
- 1 photographic print ; 8.25 x 10 in.
- National Automotive History Collection
- MS36/Chester S. Ricker Collection, Nash-Healey
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