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This very rare 1956 Nash Rambler Palm Beach was on display at the annual “Art of the Car Concours” Car show in Kansas City, Missouri.
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Contributing Photographer of the 2010-2013 “Art of the Car Concours” Car Show at the Kansas City Art Institute.Contributing Photographer to the Hot Rodder Journal Magazine.Thanks for stopping by and viewing my photographs.www.teemack.net
Another old beauty. Gorgeous shot TeeMack!
I agree Torfinn, It is a beauty. I’m hoping to get better photos this year. Thanks for the compliment and the favorite. TM
That’s a rare specimen! Looks good in this setting…
Thanks Bill, the background is one of my new ones. TM
Awesome capture! Our ’56 looked nothing like this!!
Thanks John. Was yours a Palm Beach model? TM
cool lookin car never seen one before
Thank you. I had other photos,but this seemed the best until I get more shots of it. TM
Thank you Maria. TM
Now that’s a model you don’t see every day. Great piece of work, Tim.
Thank you Bryan. When I original took the photos in a series of the “The Art of the Car Concours” Car show in Kansas City, I had to refer to my notes. I had no idea what it was or even that there was such a model like this that Nash had. Thanks again. Tm
Hmm. According to Supercars.net, not only is this car rare, but it’s a one of a kind prototype built for the 1953 Turin Auto Show as a possible replacement for the Nash Healey. It was designed by Pinin Farina. Apparently it sold in 2011 for $528,000. Not bad for a Rambler. ;-)
Wow! Thanks for the information. 1/2 million. WOW! I agree, not bad for a Ramble. TM