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1961 Nash Metropolitan Coupe

The Nash Metropolitan was introduced in 1954. The Metropolitan, its smallest offering, was promoted primarily for "personal use" but also as an "economy car" because of its near 40 miles per gallon range, easily the highest of any car sold in the USA.

Although Nash was an American car company, the Metropolitan was assembled in England and powered by an Austin overhead valve four cylinder engine. A three speed column shifted manual transmission sends the power to the rear wheels. While comp...

The Nash Metropolitan was introduced in 1954. The Metropolitan, its smallest offering, was promoted primarily for "personal use" but also as an "economy car" because of its near 40 miles per gallon range, easily the highest of any car sold in the USA.

Although Nash was an American car company, the Metropolitan was assembled in England and powered by an Austin overhead valve four cylinder engine. A three speed column shifted manual transmission sends the power to the rear wheels. While compact in stature, the interior is surprisingly ample and can comfortably fit 2 adults and 2 children.

This 1961 Series IV Metropolitan represents the final production series of this cute little cruiser. Restored about 20 years ago in a non original color this Metropolitan presents nicely with only a few nicks and scuffs. The bright work and chrome are very nice and everything except the original AM radio is in working order. The engine runs great and the cars drives just as it should. It recently received service and brake work. This example is notably free of rust and is a solid, well cared for example.

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Engine

Engine Size

1200 cc

Body

Body Color

Red and White

Basic

Year

1961

Make

Nash

Model

Metropolitan

Miles

49,014

Interior

Interior Color

Black and White

Center Console

No