GOODS & SERVICES: New Ideas, Feb. 19, 1951


Sporting Life. At Chicago's auto show this week, Nash will show off its two-seater sports roadster, the first such car produced by a major U.S. manufacturer in 20 years. The Nash Healey, designed for Nash by Great Britain's famed Donald Healey Co., is only 38 inches from road to hood top. It is powered by a 125-h.p. version of Nash's six-cylinder Ambassador engine, can do 125 m.p.h. The engine and major mechanical parts will be made by Nash, the bodies by Healey in England. The car will be assembled by Healey,...

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