1933 Nash, Mdl. 1193, 8 cyl sedan.

Owned by Vick Tremlbay #9694.

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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.

Other photos from when found and Restoration.

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