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Promoted item:Used 2007 Bill Nash Clapton "Brownie" Layla Two Tone S-57 Lollars.

Used 2007 Bill Nash Clapton "Brownie" Layla Two Tone S-57 Lollars.

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About Nash

The Nash Motor Corp. began designing and building automobiles in 1916. Based in Kenosha, Wisconsin, the company prided itself on innovation, and it went after the prestigious mid-priced middle-class car market. Charlie Nash, the founder, embraced the wind tunnel engineering techniques of a man named Erik Wahlberg. Through wind tunnel testing, Nash was able to improve the efficiencies of his circulating systems, measure vent pressure, reduce moisture, and equalize outstanding pressure differentials.Nash tried to diversify in 1922 and 1923 with a brand called the Ajax. These autos didn't sell nearly as well as the original Nash vehicles, and Ajax was discontinued in short order. The company soon acquired Lafayette Motors, a successful Wisconsin firm, and employed Lafayette's production lines to mass-market Nash vehicles. The last Lafayette to come off the line was the Nash 400, which met the market in 1937.That same year, Nash made a deal with the Kelvinator Corp., a highly successful refrigerator and appliance manufacturer. The resulting company, Nash/Kelvinator, continued to produce automobiles for more than 16 years. During this period, Nash introduced a number of innovations, including a ventilating system, a vacuum assisted shifter (an early predecessor to the automatic shifter of 1940), and front seats that could recline completely.One of the most popular Nash models ever released was the Nash 600, which first rolled out in 1941. This auto was built on a solid body frame, and it delivered superior gas mileage. For the next seven years, Nash released successive models of the 600 with improved upholstery, shinier chrome trim, and a host of other midrange accessories. Also popular were the Nash Healy and Nash Metropolitan.