It was the radiator shape that I matched up with Nash. The windshield base
and visor are typical of several Nash models. That radiator with the curved
headlight bar and the body lines below the door window opening are difficult
to match up. The radiator is common on 1929 and found on some 1930-1931
Nashes. It looks like the curved headlight bar first appeared in 1930 but I
can't find one with a curve quite as extreme as this one. The three vertical
bars in the bumper seem to be hit-and-miss on the 1929-1931 Nash. 1932 and
up Nashes used a single bar bumper. A side view of the car would be a great
help but I think this is the only picture he has.
The headlight bar was the number one thing I keyed on. I figured that back
them bumpers were actually bumped and replaced pretty regularly? So I
didn't give the bumper too much thought. I thought today's cars were hard
to tell apart...need more pictures for sure.
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