1933 Nash, Mdl. 1193, 8 cyl sedan.
Owned by Vick Tremlbay #9694.
This car was the subject of a bolt-by-bolt restoration by the Ohio-based Restoration
shop of Dale Adams Enterprises on behalf of the then-owner Thomas J. Lester, this car has won-and
continues to win - important club and concours competions. It holds an AACA National Senior and Grand
National award; won the first President's Cup at Pebble Beach, including a first prize at the 1994 Pebble
Beach Concours d'Elegance; and garnered awards at Amelia Island, The Eastern United States
Concours and the Greenwich Concours
This car carried a host of features found only on the finest cars of 1933, including a
Bijuur Chassis-lubrication system. There are dual side-mounts of course, along with chrome wire
wheels, lap robes and accessory (Pilot-Ray) driving lights.
It is one of only three Ambassadors Convertible sedans built in 1933 and is believed to be
the only one in existance today.
to NASH photo's page.