1928 Nash Advance 6 Model 365 Victoria Coupe
1928 Nash Advanced 6 Model 365 Victoria Coupe -
- Meticulous Frame Off Restoration - Inline 6 - Seaman Body Co. Coachworks -
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Here is a beautiful Prohibition-Era automobile that was a very fancy car in its day, which was coach built by Seaman Body Corporation. A car like this would've been owned by a wealthy or prestigious family, and they probably would've been chauffeured in the car. It is a simply beautiful car that was carefully brought back to its former glory through a meticulous restoration.
The engine is an 279ci overhead valve inline 6-Cylinder mounted in a very tidy engine compartment. During the frame off restoration the body was lifted from the frame, which was also refinished to a high standard.
The interior is a luxurious, elegant place to be. Beautiful wood trim, window shades, flower vases, lights, and plush seats are welcoming for a motoring adventure. The dashboard features intricate gauges and metal switches behind the large wood rimmed steering wheel.
The exterior finish of this Nash is exceptional. The body is finished in a two tone burgundy and black with a black leather roof panel. Exterior features include full length running boards, parabeam headlights, beautiful chrome grille, large wheels, and tubular bumpers. At first glance it looks as though the car has a rumbleseat, but the car actually has a trunk rather than a 'rumbleseat' in the rear of the vehicle.
Whether you're buying this car to be chauffeured around town in, or to drive around town yourself, you'll feel like an aristocrat as you motor around. Be sure to check out all the photos and video on our main website: Garage Kept Motors. Call if interested or e-mail with any questions. Thank you for looking.