1940 Nash Ambassador Six-Series 4020

Nash Motors was founded in 1916 by Charles W. Nash. The Nash claim to fame was supplying mid-priced cars for the middle class. 'Give the customer more than he has paid for' was their slogan, with synchromesh transmissions, adjustable suspension, and a modern flow-through ventilation system would prove this as a successful campaign. In 1954, Nash merged with Hudson Motor Car Company forming American Motors Corporation.

Designed by George Walker, the Nash Ambassador, a high trim trim option on senior models, was a model of vehicles from 1932 until 1957. As a four door, five passenger sedan the Ambassador was the most expensive model. It included a streamlined body which Nash called 'Airflyte,' but others called 'upside-down bathtub.'

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The Nash Ambassador was produced from 1932 through 1957. When Nash merged with Hudson Motors in 1954, the Ambassador name was continued, though it was now known as the AMC Ambassador. The name persisted until 1974.The Ambassador was Nashs top-of-the-line offering when first introduced. These vehicles were outfitted with fine upholstery and luxury amenities. The base price was set at %242,090.....
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Related Reading : Nash Ambassador History

The name Ambassador was used to designate a senior line of Nash Motors automobiles, a product of American Motors Corporation. The Ambassador was a high trim option on Nashs senior models from 1927 until 1931. During the 1927 model year, a five passenger sedan version of the Nashs 267 model, the advance Six automobile with a trimmed four door was introduced, and it was the most expensive vehicle....
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1940 Ambassador Six-Series 4020
$1,100-$6,300
1940 Nash Ambassador Six-Series 4020 Price Range: $900 - $1,100

$1,050 - $1,300

Model Year Production

#1#2#3Nash
1942Chevrolet (254,885)Ford (160,432)Plymouth (152,427)31,780
1941Chevrolet (1,008,976)Ford (691,455)Plymouth (522,080)80,428
1940Ford (541,896)Chevrolet (541,896)Plymouth (430,208)63,617
1939Chevrolet (577,278)Ford (487,031)Plymouth (423,850)65,662
1938Chevrolet (465,158)Ford (410,263)Plymouth (285,704)32,017
1937Ford (942,005)Chevrolet (815,375)Plymouth (566,128)85,949
1936Ford (930,778)Chevrolet (918,278)Plymouth (520,025)53,038
1935Ford (820,253)Chevrolet (548,215)Plymouth (350,884)44,637

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