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  1. Penny Bergman
    Joined: Sep 22, 2019
    Posts: 2

    Penny Bergman

    I just came into a 1928 Nash Standard, 323 Model. I'm looking for any help I can get! She is mostly stock, I think.... My other Classics all came with catalogs lol.
     

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  2. RMONTY
    Joined: Jan 7, 2016
    Posts: 1,359

    RMONTY
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    Hi Penny! Cool car! Where are you from? Welcome to the H.A.M.B. This place is a treasure trove of information.
     
  3. Penny Bergman
    Joined: Sep 22, 2019
    Posts: 2

    Penny Bergman

    I'm in Western New York State, USA.
     
  4. ol-nobull
    Joined: Oct 16, 2013
    Posts: 1,279

    ol-nobull
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    Hi & welcome. Here are a couple of sources for old car literature if you need owners or shop manuals. I have bought from both. Both list on ebay & here is some contact info -
    Faxon Auto Literature. www.faxonautolit.com
    PJ's Auto Literature. www.pjsautolit.com
    If you are looking for parts catalogs Google may be your friend. Surely there is a national Nash club or Assn. They should have leads on parts sources. I know that Kanter Auto Products lists a few Nash items but do not know if what they have goes back to 28. www.kanter.com .
    When researching parts for my 50 Plymouth I just googled 1950 Plymouth parts and got a big list and went thru and weeded out the junk and bookmarked to good sites.
    Good luck with it. Jimmie
     
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