NASH

Subtitle 1936-1957 Photo Archive

Byron Olsen
Description Description
Throughout its history, Nash remained one of the financially strongest independent auto manufacturers. Although under appreciated by collectors today, Nash was a truly innovative automobile manufacturer, introducing many advances that have been universally adopted today. Among its many innovations were: fresh air heating and ventilating systems (1938); modern unit construction bodies in a low priced mass produced car (1941); the first successful postwar compact car, the Rambler (1950); the first combined air conditioning and heating system, dash mounted (1954); reclining seats (1950); and convertible beds (1936). Sharp black & white photography and authoritative captions tell the story.
Series:
Series Photo Archive
Format:
Format Trade Paperback 128 Pages
ISBN:
ISBN 9781583880869
Size:
Size10.25 in x 8.50 in x 0.38 in / 260.35 mm x 215.90 mm x 9.65 mm
Published:
Published Date May 2nd, 2003
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