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VINTAGRAPH • WPA • WWII • RAINIER NATIONAL PARK: c. 1920s

Nashing Out: 1928

Nashing Out: 1928

San Francisco circa 1928. "Nash Special Six on Gough Street at Lafayette Park." Sporting a brace of Goodyear 31 x 5.25 Balloons. And if you don't like my parking, get off the sidewalk. 5x7 glass negative by Christopher Helin. View full size.

 

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No center console for my coffee cup? I could never have survived back then.

Keyed

Any thoughts as to why and what the keys are for hanging on the door handle?

Looks Right To Me

I do not have the exact numbers but there certainly were right hand drive Nash automobiles produced for export. Isn't the parking brake lever to the left of the steering column?

[Look at the photo. The middle of the dash is to the right of the steering column, which is behind the center-mounted gearshift. - Dave]

Trompe l'oeil ! I stand corrected.

Looks brand new.

Notice the shine on the spare-tire cover. Is it a right-hand drive?

[No. - Dave]

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