1955 Nash Ambassador Pinin Farina Speciale – Mark J. McCourt @Hemmings

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Take in the lines of this 1955 Nash, and you’ll likely agree that it seems out-of-time, perhaps more modern than its year of construction would suggest. Indeed, it embodies the “long, low, lean” look that would become so popular by the middle of the 1960s. It’s subtle, tastefully trimmed, and, when compared to contemporary American sedans, a bit European-looking. That’s because it originated not in Kenosha, Wisconsin, but in Turin, Italy; its unique coachwork having been handcrafted by the artisans at Carrozzeria Pinin Farina

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