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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by BUY AMERICAN, Sep 4, 2009.

  1. BUY AMERICAN
    Joined: Jun 29, 2009
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    I wish they were for sale...
    I came across the garage full of unrestored original cars (except 2) in my hometown. I cannot post from work during the day, so I look forward to a day of reading comments. I will update later with years makes and models, but I thought you guys would like to ID them. Enjoy!
     

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  2. BUY AMERICAN
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    One more
     

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  3. Bob K
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    The bottom 2 are Nash Healy sports cars.

    B:DB
     
  4. jimi'shemi291
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    Do I see an MG T-D there? And an early Nash Met? What a trove!!!

    The Nash-Healeys alone, must be worth their weight, eh? WOW & WOW!
     

  5. sololobo
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    Howdy Homer!! Those Nash Healeys are as rare as a positive balance in my bank account!! ~Sololobo~
     
  6. wvenfield
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    Very cool. I recall in the early 80's seeing a decent (likely at least an 8 out of 10) Nash-Healy for $2500. Might as well been $25,000 for what I could afford at the time. I've always wanted one since.
     
  7. cvstl
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    1. H.A.M.B. Chapel

    That last one is a Nash '24 maybe?
     
  8. holy crap!!!!!!!!! what a group. that mg is either a td or could be a tf with the larger rounded fenders. WOW.
     
  9. jimi'shemi291
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    Winged Avenger, I think we'll soon have the MG nailed down. "D" or "F," I just can't remember if the T-D still had a straight-up vert. grille like the T-C. I rode in both back in the early '70s, and I remember thinking THEN that most of the mods to the "D" were in the REAR end.
     
  10. That's not an MG- it looks like a Frazier-Nash or a Riley.
     
  11. farmboat
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    Yea, I agree that's not a MG. The hood is to long and the grille is not the same. Dad's got a TD in the garage.
     
  12. Beach Bum
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    Aston Martin, probably a 1-1/2 Litre, mid-30's. NICE!

    Kurt O.
     
  13. oldandkrusty
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    I can't quite see the badge on the grille, but it looks like it might be a Lagonda? Just a guess from a confused Yank...
     
  14. Harry Bergeron
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    That Brit thing is a Riley or Squire, I reckon.
     
  15. 51chevcoupe
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    The first one, the red one, is that a Nash Airflyte or Ambassador?
    Ed
     
  16. Ford52PU
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    The red one is a Nash, not a Metropolitan, its too big.
     
  17. 1946chevytruck
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  18. captainjunk#2
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    man those cars are to cool thanks for the photos ,
     
  19. smarg
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    Some of you guys are very lucky to find "stuff" all over the place...
     
  20. jimi'shemi291
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    Aston-martin, Riley or Squire! COOL, guys! THAT RADIATRO SHELL was giving me fits!!!

    THANKS!
     
  21. jimi'shemi291
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    '51 ChevCoupe, THANKS for CLARIFICATION on the NASH. Hard to differentiate when I couldn't really gague the scale. ROCK ON!
     
  22. jville_hot_skater
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    let me get that roadster.
     
  23. jimi'shemi291
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    SEEMS to ME, the HAMB guys rae gonna sort it ALL OUT! MEANtime, this is almost as fun as if we were THERE ourselves bullshitting & nailing things down! LOL

    Man! I'd have SWORN thta roadster was an MG!
     
  24. rodncustom
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    You must have a worn out Caps Lock button.
     
  25. xderelict
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    Thats funny there buddy,:D:D:Dtrue that.

     
  26. muttomatic
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    Love the bathtub Nash... some day...
     
  27. sponge
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    from Austin tx

    The roadster looks very much like a 193? jaguar SS100..
     
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  28. Wow!....Talk about finding the mother load!!....sweet!
     
  29. billsill45
    Joined: Jul 15, 2009
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    What's the story on these? Is the owner doing something with them, or just another weird hoarder? The roadster looks like an early Jag.
     

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