74 Years Old Abandoned Barn Find 1949 Nash Super 600

Would you like to join us for the first car wash and driving experience in years! Today we tackle the interior & exterior of a 1949 Nash Super 600 that was abandoned for years in a barn, that is covered in mold, dirt and debris that hasn't been detailed in years that will require us to pressure wash the entire exterior, followed by a wash, clay bar and then polishing the paint to bring back its shine and a full interior detail including mold removal.

A few facts about this cool car. The 1949 Nash Super 600 is an automobile produced by the Nash Motors Company, an American automaker that existed from 1916 to 1954. The Super 600 was part of the Nash 600 series, which was introduced in 1941 as a mid-priced line of cars.

The 1949 Nash Super 600 featured a distinctive and innovative design, known as the "Airflyte" design, which was characterized by a streamlined body and integrated fenders. This design was ahead of its time and offered improved aerodynamics compared to many other cars of that era.

Under the hood, the Nash Super 600 was equipped with a six-cylinder engine, which provided decent performance for its time. Nash was known for engineering durable and reliable engines, and the Super 600 was no exception.

Inside the car, it offered a spacious and comfortable cabin with various amenities for its era, making it a popular choice among buyers during the post-war years. Nash Motors was eventually acquired by the American Motors Corporation (AMC) in 1954, which later merged with Chrysler Corporation in 1987.

Today, the 1949 Nash Super 600 is considered a classic car and is sought after by collectors and automotive enthusiasts for its unique design and historical significance. Restored examples of this car can still be found at classic car shows and private collections.

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