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1954 Nash Metropolitan 1200 [542]

1954 Nash Metropolitan [542] dans Le parfum d'Yvonne, Film, 1994 IMDB

Catégorie : Voitures, Coupé — Origine du modèle : US — Lieu de fabrication : UK

1954 Nash Metropolitan 1200 [542]

[*][*] Véhicule dans une action mineure ou utilisé juste dans une courte scène

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jplemoine FR

2006-04-17 11:20

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Nash Metropolitan 1500: /vehicle_19882-Nash-Metropolitan-1500-Royal-Runabout-1956.html

pilou BE

2006-04-18 16:57

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It is a Nash Metropolitan but 1954-55 ( witht the first grille.From 1956 Metropolitans had an egg-shaped grille.)

pilou BE

2006-06-12 14:04

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I found additional data on this car under french immatriculation in magazines.It carried a Hudson badge rather than a Nash badge.This was the case for some earlier Metropolitans after the merger of Nash with Hudson as AMC in 1954. Encyclopedias are often listing Metropolitan as a separate make because badge may be Nash or Hudson or Austin though they are the same cars.

Bebert FR

2006-06-12 14:39

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Donc on la liste comme Hudson ?

Skywatcher68 US

2008-05-28 04:14

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pilou a écrit It is a Nash Metropolitan but 1954-55

And designated as a Metropolitan 1200. This was changed to 1500 in '56.

ingo DE

2010-05-24 18:23

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Two days ago I've seen that in the showroom of the half garage/half museum of a Borgward-enthusiast in Northern Germany. The poster is original from the USA.

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Interesting, that the Nash Metropolitan was listed as a "Foreign car"

The prices of the foreign cars were remarked, too - :wow: I haven't known, that the Lloyd Alexander was sold there, too!

@DynaMike: not only the Dauphine, also the 2 CV is listed.

The car on the bottom right is a MG Magnette.


P.S. pic repaired.

-- Last edit: 2011-10-29 22:28:40

DynaMike NL

2010-05-24 20:06

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Nice list, Ingo :)

ingo DE

2011-10-29 22:41

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A catch from a spare parts market today:

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Incredible rare in Germany. It was a private import of an Austin-dealer (I even didn't know, that we had some here), as you can read in the papers. If anyone is interested in this rare document, please let me know. I would like to swap, maybe to sell it. No panic, the price was bearable ;) .

dsl SX

2011-10-29 22:51

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Interesting that those papers show the same confusion we've had about whether it was an Austin.

ingo DE

2011-10-29 22:58

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The TÜV-stampprints besides the crossed out "Austin" means, that this correction was officially implemented. The change from "Austin" to "Nash" was made in the lines for "chassis" and "coachwork", not for "engine". There "Austin" stayed.

P.S.The engine was changed in 1960. The original one was replaced with a 1489 ccm-version with 51 hp, engine-no 8 G 240 RS-15156.
P.S.II The car was imported from Britain.

-- Last edit: 2011-10-29 23:07:14

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