1950 Nash Ambassador Super Sedan

We’ve seen a lot of awesome classic cars, but this 1950 Nash Ambassador is one of the coolest automobiles we’ve come across in a long time. Take a look and see if you feel the same as we do.

1950 Nash Ambassador Super Sedan

Here’s some awesome photos of a head-turning 1950 Nash Ambassador Super Sedan we came across.

We’ve seen more than our share of awesome classic cars, but this 1950 Nash Ambassador is one of the coolest we’ve come across.

A few of the special features found on this top-of-the-line vintage Ambassador Airflyte include the enclosed front wheels, a 234.8 ci engine, producing 115 HP, and a Hydra-Matic transmission.

If you’re like us, you are going to like these pics, especially if you are a post-war Nash Ambassador lover. Browse through them and see if you agree with us!

1950 Nash Ambassador

The 1950 Nash Ambassador Super Sedan also featured fully reclining seats capable of sleeping three adults, also making it the teenagers make-out vehicle of choice in the ’50s.

1950 Nash Ambassador

For 1950, a circular “Uniscope” instrument cluster was positioned directly on top of the steering column, housing the speedometer and other gauges.

1950 Nash Ambassador

1950 Nash Ambassador

This car also features a dashboard clock, which was optional on the 1950 Super Sedan models.

1950 Nash Ambassador

1950 Nash Ambassador

Pretty awesome car, don’t you think? I thought so!

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