If you’re the kind of enthusiast who wants a classic that poses well for judges AND looks good on the strip, check out this ‘Nashtalgic’ Rambler! When you set your sights on creating something truly unique, you just can’t go wrong starting with vintage American steel. Thankfully, the folks at Randy’s Rods of Medford, Oregon certainly know how to massage attractive factory fodder into an immaculate, world-class custom. Designed by Mark Jones of Mattel, Hot Wheels, Ford, Chrysler and Honda fame, this Nash really began to hit its stride in the summer of 1999. With the help of Randy’s Rods, 6-figures worth of build money and the official Mark Jones sketches included with our sale, the car was transformed from a cool classic into a national headliner. A big reason for that headlining status is a smooth profile that was bathed in custom Surf Green base, sealed in glossy clear and detailed with simulated wood accents – hand-painted by artist Don Tippit. Naturally, those aesthetics have been buffed to a wet-looking shine. And today, this wagon prowls the scene as a dreamy pavement pounder that’s poised to turn heads! Take a look under the hood and you’ll find a polished and painted LT1 that was sourced directly from Mena, Arkansas’ Street & Performance. Behind that mill, a smooth 700R4 4-speed, built by Bowtie Overdrives, twists power to a 9-inch Currie pumpkin that’s fitted with 4.11 gears, a posi-traction differential and 31-spline axles. That drivetrain rides a full Art Morrison chassis that mixes a Mustang II front-half with a 4-link rear-clip. That modern foundation has been augmented with rack-and-pinion steering and Wilwood disc brakes. And power meets the pavement through skirted Budnik Mercurys, which lap 215/40ZR17 Dunlops in front of 265/35ZR20 Continentals. Unique, lust worthy and capable, this awesome Nash is an excellent combination of classic street rod looks and incredible pro street performance. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com today!
Price in USD: 69900
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