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1932 Nash Special Eight

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By the mid-1920s, Nash had become widely respected, particularly in export markets, helped by the smooth and powerful 'Special Six' and range-topping 'Advanced Six' models. Nash's were produced in Wisconsin. For 1930, Nash's first eight-cylinder engine was introduced. Two years later, the 'Ambassador Eight' became a standalone model offered in a range of body styles. This Nash is equipped with a 260 cubic inch 100 hp engine.

Charles Nash's careful management (and some would say creative accounting), allowed Nash to be the only other American automobile manufacturer aside from GM to turn a profit in 1932. The Ambassadors were lavishly equipped and beautifully constructed, earning them the nickname 'the Kenosha Duesenberg'. Thanks to that exceptional quality and understated elegance, a number of royal families around the globe found favor with Nash, including Prince William of Sweden, King Carol II of Romania, and Queen Alexandrine of Denmark.

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Recent Sales of the Nash Special Eight

(Data based on Model Year 1932 sales)
1932 Nash 1080 Special Eight Convertible Sedan
Chassis#: B69103L
Sold for USD$84,000
  2019 Bonhams : Tupelo Auction
 
1932 Nash Special Eight Series 1080 Four Door Sedan
Sold for USD$51,500
  2010 Leake Auctions - San Antonio Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center
 

Nash Special Eights That Failed To Sell At Auction

1932 Nash Special Eight's that have appeared at auction but did not sell.
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1932 Nash Special Eight Profiles

1932 Nash Special Eight vehicle information
Convertible Sedan
Coachwork: Seaman
1932 Nash Special Eight vehicle information
Convertible Sedan
Coachwork: Seaman