Index of The Nash Times

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Volume 49, No. 5 – September-October 2018
Cover Photo: 1956 Nash Statesman Super, p. 1.
Photo: Girl in Back Seat of Nash, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day (#8135), p. 4.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 6.
2018 Grand Nashional Event, by Larry Fournier, p. 8.
New Members (11058-11066), p. 20.
A Chat in the Lot, p. 20.
2018 Bob Aaron Award, by Charlie Wilson, p. 22.
Northeast Region at Work: Making Parts with a 3D Printer, by Bill Lenharth, p. 24.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award, p. 34.
Adventures of Eliot, by Ken Sandine, p. 35.
Nash invited to Downtown Racine's Party on the Pavement, p. 40.
Confessions of a Nash Seller, by Tom Creecy, p. 41.
Letter – on the Grand Nashional, by David Nastal, p. 45.
Union Car Show, p. 49.
Late Breaking News: Nash Buys Mitchell (1924 news), p. 50.
Photo: Nash School Bus, p. 51.
Photo: Nash Emerging from a Tunnel, p. 52.

Volume 49, No. 4 – July-August 2018
Cover Photo: Nash and Volvo Grilles, p. 1.
Photo: 1952 Ambassador at Auburn Outing Show, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day (#8135), p. 4.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber, p. 5.
Letters – Thanks to AACA for Invitation to Auburn Meet, by Ken Day (#8135), p. 6.
Obituaries: Veral Klein, William Ulm, Virgil Marple, p. 7.
Auburn, Indiana, The Event, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 8.
Pick the Doozey, p. 17.
Continuing Saga Department: Scruffy, the Brian McKay 1929 Nash, p. 20.
Driving Review: 1931 Nash Classic, p. 22.
Nashtalgia: Marvin's Tub (1950 Ambassador), by Tom Creecy, p. 24.
Ad: "Exclusive With Nash", p. 31.
Our Brand-Mate (Kelvinator Refrigerators), by Tom Creecy, p. 32.
Nash and the Comfort Card, p. 33.
Official G.M. Review of the Nash Legacy, p. 39.
Notes On The Nash Empire (with commentary by Darrell Stumpf), by Ken Bonner, p. 41.
Hudson Meet: Nashists Invited (2018 HET Meet), p. 44.
In Training (humor), by Tom Creecy, p. 45.
Little Known Nash Facts: Nashing Your Grass, p. 46.
Ask Mr. Cranky (local loyalty in car buying), p. 47.
New Members (11050-11057), p. 50.
Obituary: Gerald Sagendorf, p. 51.
Photo: Al Ruckey's 1932 Nash Ambassador Phaeton, p. 55.
Photo: 1952 Ambassador (rear view), p. 56.

Volume 49, No. 3 – May-June 2018
Cover Photo: Nash Grille, p. 1.
Photo: 1952 Nash Rambler Country Club Coupe, p. 1.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day, p. 4.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber, p. 5.
The Always-Full Cup (Nash Car Club coffee mug), p. 6.
Ned Jordan, p. 6.
A Letter from Mr. Nash, p. 7.
Thomas B. Jeffery & the Early Bicycles, by Larry R. Daum (#1901), p. 10.
Good Night Gracie (a 1952 Rambler Country Club), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 19.
Nash Pickers (tub used as a sign), p. 22.
Charles W. Nash – Independent, by Roche Frank W., p. 23.
Nash-Healeys You Never Knew, by Pat Foster, p. 33.
Nash in the Motoring Press (Patrick Foster has two new articles in pring), p. 38.
Engines That Last, by Tom Creecy (#9254), p. 39.
Outboard Motors, p. 40.
The Party Platform, p. 42.
Ask Mr. Cranky (Big Three auto production), p. 42.
Memorial: Veral Klein, p. 47.
New Members (11042-11049), p. 47.
Ad: 1950 Nash Ambassador, p. 51.
Ad: Jeffery Four, p. 52.

Volume 49, No. 2 – March-April 2018
Cover Photo: Grille and Happy Face, p. 1.
Photo: 1929 Nash 420 Standard Six Sedan, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day, p. 4.
Letter – 1936 Nash Takes First in New Zealand Show, by Bruce & Lonna Wittig, p. 5.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber, p. 6.
Statesmanlike Ramblings, by Tom Creecy, p. 7.
Jim Bracewell to Retire from the M.O.L., by Connie Graeber, p. 8.
Joint AACA-NCCA Meet at Auburn, Indiana, p. 9.
2018 Grand NASHional: Elizabeth, Colorado, p. 15.
Why Nash Leads the World, by Mark Brittle (#10972), p. 20.
Hudson Club Holds Its Internationale, by John O'Halloran, p. 31.
I Was There (on working in an assembly plant), by George Beckman, p. 32.
Teague Designs (Walter Dorwin Teague), p. 34.
Saving the Sacred Nash Stone, by Chuck Block (#4986), p. 35.
Notes on the Automotive Pioneers Photo, by Larry R. Baum (#1901), p. 39.
Irving Seaman: A 1934 Appreciation, p. 42.
Little Known Nash Facts: The Cartel, p. 43.
1948-60 (Model 60), by George Beckman, p. 44.
Regions: UMRR, by John Hecht (#10743), p. 45.
New Members (11018-11041), p. 48.
Photo: 1914 Jeffery, Seaman Bodied Runabout Roadster, p. 55.
Photo: 1950s Nash Dealership, p. 56.

Volume 49, No. 1 – January-February 2018
Cover Photo: Ad Graphic for the New Nash "400", p. 1.
Photo: Christmas Ad Featuring Nash, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day, p. 4.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber, p. 5.
Letter – Praise for TNT Article on George Walker, by Patrick Schilling, p. 6.
Statesmanlike Ramblings (on the upcoming 50th anniversary of The Nash Times), by Tom Creecy, p. 6.
Rambler Ranch, by Jim Dworschack, p. 7.
Book Review: "Independent Sports Cars" by Don Narus, p. 11.
Charles W. Nash Lore, by Jim Wheary, p. 12.
Winter of 1937: Photos of 1937 Lafayettes in Snow, by Jim Bracewell, p. 14.
Auburn -- The Outing (AACA Meet to Feature Nash), by Bob Grutza, p. 15.
Happy Fiftieth Anniversary TNT!!!, p. 17.
The Nash Magazine, Vol. 1 No.1 Jan.-Feb. 1940 (reprint), p. 18.
Kenosha: Sly City, p. 24.
NCCA Marketplace, p. 25.
Jay Leno Endorses the Tub, p. 29.
The Way We Were (wages of auto workers), p. 30.
The Nash-Driving Kind of People, by Tom Creecy, p. 31.
Nastalgia: 1950, by Tom Creecy, p. 33.
The New Hudson, p. 38.
Little Known Nash Facts: The Self-Driving Car, p. 41.
New Members (11000-11017), p. 45.
Photo: 1935 Nash Final Assembly, Kenosha, p. 51.
Photo: Ad depicts 50s Nash in Winter, p. 52.

Volume 48, No. 6 – November-December 2017
Cover Photo: Left Rear Wheel, p. 1.
Photo: 1921 Nash Model 681, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day (#8135), p. 4.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
Image: Cartoon Cats in a Nash, p. 7.
Mystery Nash (possibly 1918), p. 8.
Letter – On getting more Nash models recognized by the AACA, by Bob Grutza (#8665), p. 9.
Statesmanlike Ramblings (reasons for the delay of the last TNT issue), p. 9.
Letter – Road trouble on way to Grand Nashional, by John Terrill, p. 10.
Grand NASHional 2017 Through the Eyes of the Nor-Cal Region, p. 11.
2017 Grand NASHional TBJ Award: Paul Brodtke, p. 12.
Foam Homage, p. 13.
2018 Grand Nashional: Littleton Colorado, p. 14.
George Walker's Nash Memories (interview transcript), p. 16.
Nash Lodge Lives On, p. 23.
The Romney Rambler, p. 25.
Pre-War Park Find, by Jim Bracewell, p. 31.
Insider Information (1941 Nash letter to customer regarding wartime production), p. 33.
Who's On First? Recent Ranking of the World's Auto Companies, p. 35.
Party on the Pavement (Racine Show), by Tom Creecy, p. 36.
The Nash Times Centerfold (automotive industry leaders), by Ken Schroeder, p. 37.
U.M.R.R. Fall Tour, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 40.
Nor-Cal Celebrates Nash's 100th Anniversary, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 43.
The Wonderful World of Disney (and commercials for Nash), p. 48.
New Members (10988-10999), p. 51.
Photo: 1937 Ambassador Coupe, p. 55.
Photo: Steering Wheel and Dashboard, p. 56.

Volume 48, No. 5 – September-October 2017
Cover Photo: Nash Car Show from behind a 1923 Nash, p. 1.
Photo: Clyde Johnson's 1948 Triple Delight, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day (#8135), p. 4.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
Statesmanlike Ramblings, by Tom Creecy (Editor, TNT), p. 6.
Letter – Source of Photo of Nash Salesman and Family, by Bob Wilmoth (#1383), p. 7.
Letter – Link to Blog Posting Re 1950 Nash, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 7.
Memorial: Herb Bauer, by Lorrie & Juergen Koenig (#4297), p. 8.
The Grand Nashional That Was, by Paul R. Brodtke (#9719), p. 9.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award goes to Paul Brodtke, p. 13.
Iola – The Year of the Nash, by Jim Wheary (#6576), p. 15.
The Kenosha AMC Show, by Tom Creecy (#9254), p. 17.
The Kenosha Fourth of July Parade, by Tom Creecy (#9254), p. 19.
Milwaukee Masterpiece, by Jim Wheary (#6576), p. 21.
Des Moines, Iowa, 18th Annual Concours d'Elegance (announcement), by Jim Wheary (#6576), p. 23.
Party on the Pavement (Racine Show), by Tom Creecy (#9254), p. 24.
When Were Nash Lug Nut Posts Left-Hand Threaded?, by Robert Benwell (also Ralph Cicone, Peter Blackford, and the MOL Me), p. 25.
Techie Corner: Cold Stone Massage Therapy for Your Nash Fuel Tank, by Joseph W. Schmalzreid (#5039), p. 25.
French Movie With Dash (and Nash), by Tom Creecy, p. 26.
Movie Alerts: Bad Movie, Great Cars, by Jim Saicheck (#2499), p. 26.
Nash on Hemmings Cover (September 2017 issue), p. 31.
Vince Ruffolo Honored, by Bernie Turco (#89), p. 32.
Water Pumps of Summer &ndash The Sequel, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 34.
Recent Correspondence (Nash response to a suggested brake system improvement), p. 35.
My Nash Life, by Clyde Johnson, p. 36.
Nash Blog Corner (Nashes shown at Minneapolis Concours), p. 42.
Little Known Nash Facts; The Lincoln Fenders, p. 43.
Ask Mr. Cranky (dual-circuit braking), p. 45.
Nash Motors: Swiss Ad for Nash Trucks, p. 46.
New Members (10969-10987), p. 52.
Photo: A Nash at the AMC Show, p. 55.
Photo: 1923 Nash Dash at Car Show, p. 56.

Volume 48, No. 4 – July-August 2017
Cover Photo: Nash Engine, p. 1.
Photo: Rambler Dashboard, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day (#8135), p. 4.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber, p. 5.
Letter – 1920s Nashes, by Stan Lasell (#2552), p. 6.
Seaman Coach, by Mark Theobald, p. 7.
The Continental Kit, p. 13.
The Factories, by Tom Creecy (#9254), p. 14.
Career Progression of Charles W. Nash, p. 25.
The Water Pumps of Summer, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 32.
1902 Rambler, by Daniel Vaughan, p. 36.
Nash Classics, by Bob Grutza, p. 38.
Nash Produced a Full Classic Series Each Year from 1930 through 1934, by Les Jackson, p. 39.
Photo: Nash Park, in Montana, by Ann Drenk, p. 41.
Little Known Nash Facts: The Religious War between Detroit and Kenosha, p. 42.
Nash in 2080, p. 43.
Superman's Favorite Ride, p. 44.
Tires You Blow Up, p. 46.
Ask Mr. Cranky (run-flat tires), p. 47.
New Members (10956-10968), p. 50.
Image: 1952 Nash Ambassador Ad, p. 55.
Image from a Nash tribute in the Jalopnik.com web site., p. 56.

Volume 48, No. 3 – May-June 2017
Cover: Nash in old movie still (Sabrina?), p. 1.
Photo: 1956 Nash-Healy Prototype, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day (#8135), p. 4.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
Grand NASHional: Your Road To The Nash Museum In Hartford, p. 6.
A Car and a Fridge, by Bob Allen (#1230), p. 10.
The New Quad at the Nash Museum, p. 12.
The Nash -- A New Restaurant in Racine, p. 14.
You Are Invited to Historic Nash Lodge, p. 15.
Gene Dawes (memorial), p. 16.
Elliott Museum: New Nash Outpost?, by Jim Wheary (#6576), p. 17.
The Psychological Import of Man's First Automobile, by Ogden Nash, p. 18.
Filler: Car Companies that Made Kitchen Appliances, p. 20.
Nash Plice Cars (1930s and toy bathtub models), p. 21.
Brand Compara: Nash vs. Packard, by John Blake (and Don Williams), p. 22.
Photo Find, p. 25.
More on the Green Goddess: The '27 and '28 "Golfer", by Kenneth Havekost (#149), p. 26.
Iola: The Midwest's Biggest Old Car Show (focus on Nash this year), p. 28.
1902 Rambler Restored, p. 30.
Auto Biz, Then & Now, p. 33.
Bathtub Fan Advances to Farina, by Steve Matthews (#10057), p. 34.
Where Have All The 'Fifties Gone?, p. 37.
Late Breaking News: "Independents Squeezed", p. 38.
When Your Life Is On The Line, by Marjorie Roy, p. 40.
David Buick, p. 41.
Book Review: Independent Hardtops 1949-1964 by Don Narus, by Michael Petti, p. 42. Contributed by Ken Day.
Nash, The Indy Pace Car for 1947, by Patrick Foster, p. 43.
Regions: UMRR, by Bob Grutza, p. 47.
New Members (10939-10955), p. 50.
Photo: Photo of 1949 Nash models in showroom, p. 56.

Volume 48, No. 2 – March-April 2017
Cover: Fireworks (Nash 100th Anniversary Issue), p. 1.
Nash at 50: 1952 (image of 50th Anniversary advertisement), p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day (8135), p. 4.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber, p. 5.
Annual Audit, by Adrienne Walser (Auditor), p. 6.
Treasurer's Report, p. 7.
Statesmanlike Ramblings, by Tom Creecy, p. 9.
2017 Grand Nashional Schedule of Events, p. 10.
G.N. 2017: Manitowoc Class Submarine, p. 14.
Promoting Nash in its 100th Year, by Bob Grutza, p. 15.
History of the Car Radio, by Dave Taylor, p. 16.
Mr. Nash; Mr. Durant, by Ralph Marontate (#9087), p. 19.
New Club Members Says Hi (two 1947s), by Jean Buchmann, p. 22.
International Mystery Nash (1930), by Carlos Morais, p. 24.
Everything You Need to Buy a 1953 Nash -- Except the Car, by Jim Wolz, p. 26.
Brakes: From 2 Wheel Mechanical to Four-Wheel Hydraulic, p. 30.
1954 Rambler Wagon Compara, p. 32.
Station Wagon Trek - Nash Rambler (compared to 5 other makes), p. 33.
Regions: December 3, 2016 UMRR Meeting, by Bob Grutza, p. 45.
Ask Mr. Cranky (On realignment), p. 47.
New Members! (10922-10938), p. 50.
Ad: 1957 Rambler, p. 55.
Image: 1917 Nash, p. 56.

Volume 48, No. 1 – January-February 2017
Cover Photo: Nash with rumble seat and bumper-mounted trunk, p. 1.
Photo: 1904 Rambler belonging to Reggie Nash, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day (#8135), p. 4.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
Vice-Presidential Report: By-Laws Revision, by John Trotta (#2077), p. 6.
Nash Concours, by Bob Grutza, p. 9.
Nelson the Nash (kids' book), p. 9.
Sweet Nashes At Hershey, by Larry Blatt, p. 10.
After Decades Off The Road (a Nash-Healey), by Jim Dworschack, p. 12.
Ted Williams and Nash Healey, p. 19.
High Nickel (engine blocks), p. 20.
The Nash 400, by Tom Creecy, p. 21.
COMPARO: Which Six is More Advanced? 1927 vs 1935, by Tom Creecy, p. 22.
'27 Nash Footnote (1928 Special Six), by Tom Creecy, p. 34.
AMC Win at Pebble Beach (1970 AMC/3 "Monza" prototype), p. 35.
The Dworschack Advisory (operating tips), by Jim Dworschack, p. 36.
My '55 Amba (1955 Ambassador Super), by Dan Winger, p. 37.
A New Bathtub? (Czech Tetra T600), p. 39.
1940: An Independent Becomes Independently Spring, p. 40.
1940 Nash Ad, p. 41.
High Plains and Old Nashes: A Visit to the Kafka Farm, by Jim Wheary, p. 42.
The Puny Net Worth of the Car Biz, p. 44.
Restoring, Owning, and Driving a Nash, by Ben Bliss (#5397), p. 45.
Ask Mr. Cranky (Why Lucas electricals?), p. 46.
New Members (10899-10921), p. 49.
Photo: 1949 Nash 21 belonging to Richard B. Cannon, p. 55.
Photo: "Stop" Tail Light and License Plate, p. 56.

Volume 47, No. 6 – November-December 2016
Cover Photo: Dashboard, p. 1.
Photo: Grand Nashional 2016 Best of Show: 1946 Nash Ambassador Suburban Sedan, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day (#8135), p. 4.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
Letter – 1932 90 Series mislabeled in last issue, by Ben Bliss, p. 7.
Letter – Big Car Show in Iowa, by John L. Niehaus, p. 8.
Grand Nashional 2016 - Glen Allen, Virginia, p. 9.
Grand Nashional 2016 - The Daily Review, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 12.
Grand Nashional 2016 - Bob Aaron Award, by Charlie Wilson, p. 19.
Do The Twist? (On Unibody), p. 21.
Nash and the Stumpf Family, by Ralph Stumpf (#1435), p. 22.
Uncle Joe's '37 LaFayette, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 29.
Nash Club UMRR: Party on the Pavement, Racine, WI, p. 30.
The Dworschack Advisory (operating tips), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 31.
Restoring, Owning, and Driving a Nash, by Ben Bliss, p. 32.
AMC Win at Pebble Beach, p. 33.
Nash - The Hood Ornament People, by Cris Detweiler (#8112), p. 34.
Order Form for 1949 Nash, by Darryl Stumpf, p. 36.
Nash vs. Ford For 1954, by Tom Creecy, p. 37.
Getting My '37 Nash Ambassador "Twin Six" Home, by Ray Hren (#768), p. 39.
Norwegian Style - Scandinavians Celebrate 100 Yrs of Nash, p. 41.
AMC Styling Remembered, p. 44.
Brand New Nash Model (1918), p. 44.
Northwest Nashers Ride Trolley in Yakima, by Jerry Knutsen (#1559), p. 45.
New Members (10886-10898), p. 50.
Photo: Grand Nashional 2016 Best of Show: 1946 Nash Ambassador Suburban Sedan, p. 55.
Photo: 1927 and 1935 Nashes Side by Side, p. 56.

Volume 47, No. 5 – September-October 2016
Cover Photo: Odometer, p. 1.
Photo: Al Ruckey's 1952 Nash-Healey, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day, p. 4.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
Letter – Hemmings notes 100th anniversary of Nash, by Peter Blackford, p. 6.
Letter – Kenosha Cadillacs or Duesenbergs?, by John Brewer (#9624), p. 6.
Letter – The Hartford Meet, by Davie Nastal, p. 6.
Grand Nashional 2016, by Reggie Nash, p. 7.
Nash'es Hundredth Anniversary, p. 10.
One Hundred, and The Nash Gene Thrives!, by Tom Creecy, p. 13.
World's Finest Traveling Car, by Ken Day, p. 20.
American Hi-Jinks: A New Zealander's Visit to Three Nash Club Members in USA, by Bruce Skinner, p. 24.
From Garage Bay to Concours d'Elegance, by Al Ruckey, p. 30.
Lake Bluff Concours, by Jim Wheary, p. 33.
1927 Golfer's Coupe Project (1927 Nash Advanced Six), p. 35.
Nash Art, p. 38.
Returning to Greatness (U.S. car sales), p. 38.
Budd XR-400, by Larry Daum, p. 39.
Hornet and Ambassador Road Test, p. 41.
What Fish Talk About (Ed Zern ad), p. 47.
New Members (10870-10885), p. 50.
Photo: Jeff Lentz's 1932 Nash 1083 Phaeton, p. 55.
Photo: 1927 Advanced Six Instrument Cluster, p. 56.

Volume 47, No. 4 – July-August 2016
Cover Photo: diagram of heating unit, p. 1.
Photo: 1935 and 1936 LaFayettes at Nash-In in Hartford, Wisc., p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day (#8135), p. 4.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
Statesmanlike Ramblings (The TNT and editorial issues), by Tom Creecy, p. 6.
Grand NASHional 2016: Glen Allen, Virginia, by Reggie Nash, p. 7.
Central NASHional: The Hartford Nash-In, June 24-26, 2016, p. 11.
Johnson Wax to Celebrate Charles Nash, p. 13.
The Bennins Hit the Road (in 1932 970 Sedan), by Jim Dworschack, p. 14.
Budd, Nash'es Budd (The Budd Body Company), by Tom Creecy, p. 16.
The Ren_Cen (Detroit Renaissance Center), p. 20.
Transplants (American auto production overseas), p. 21.
Mason and Durant (George Mason and the Durant Au Sable River property), p. 21.
GMAC, p. 22.
Die Cast Tub (1950 Ambassador), p. 22.
Practical Tip About Soy Sauce (humor), p. 23.
Automotive History Quiz, p. 23.
And In This Corner ('35 Avanced Six vs '40 Chevrolet Master Deluxe), by Tom Creecy, p. 24.
Bathtub Redux (1949 Super 600 Airflyte), p. 35.
Continental Road Test No. 3c/49 Nash 600 Super Airflyte 4-door Sedan, p. 36.
Ask Mr. Cranky (on automatic driving systems), p. 46.
New Members (10854-108690, p. 50.
Photo: AMC's Nardi Concept car, p. 51.
Jim Wheary Gave Talk about C. W Nash in Racine in August, p. 55.
Photo: Couple Driving in ca. 1950 Nash, p. 56.

Volume 47, No. 3 – May-June 2016
Cover Photo: Nash-Healey Grille, p. 1.
Photo: 1950 Rambler Convertible, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day, p. 4.
Don Loper (memorial notice), p. 5.
Letter – Norway Nash (found in woods), by Rune Grothaug, p. 5.
Remembering Don Loper, by Kevin O'Connell (#9595), p. 6.
Fabulous Recovery (1937 Nash Cabriolet), by Tom Creecy, p. 7.
The Hydra-Matic Transmission Part 2 (1952-1964) of a History, by Larry Fournier (#8278), p. 9.
Nash and the French Army (Jeffery Quad), by Darrel Stumpf (#3725), p. 14.
Small Car – Small World (Metropolitan and Fiat), p. 17.
Nash Need at the Elliott Museum (Stuart, Florida), by Jim Wheary, p. 18.
The Making of a Motor Car: As Seen by a Trip Through a Great American Factory, p. 20. Contributed by Darrell Stumpf (#3725).
Nash vs. Rolls-Royce, by Tom Creecy, p. 24.
The LaFayette Factory, p. 39.
McCahill Drives the Big Little Nash, by Tom McCahill, p. 41.
Motor Trials: Nash Revives a Famous Name in the New Rambler, by Walter A. Woron, p. 45.
Askk Mr. Cranky (Which Nash executive leader was best?), by Tom Creecy, p. 47.
New Members (10842-10853), p. 50.
Photo: Jeffery Factory, 1905, p. 51. Contributed by Larry Daum.
Photo: 1949 Nash Factory floor, p. 55. Contributed by Larry Daum.
Photo: 1937 Nash Cabriolet, p. 56.

Volume 47, No. 2 – March-April 2016
Cover Photo: Airflyte radio, p. 1.
Photo: Driver's angle, 1922 Nash 697, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day (#8135), p. 4.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
Letter – Preserving the Patrimony, by Todd Minor (#8475), p. 6.
Letter – The Ostendorf Saga, by John H. Ostendorf, p. 7.
Letter – Nash Love (1928 Nash), by Burton Jernstrom, p. 7.
A Nash School Project for You, p. 8.
The Hydra-Matic Transmission (Part I: 1940-1951), by Larry Fournier, p. 9.
Books about Nash and AMC by Patrick Foster, p. 13.
Nash and Rolls-Royce Shared Facility, p. 14.
Restored Nash Dealership in Virginia, by Brent Havecost, p. 15.
Pines Winterfront Radiator Shutters, p. 18.
Avant-Garde Update (Nash and Volvo floating grills), p. 19.
New Zealanders Nash Thru Minnesota, p. 20.
Letter – The Ostendorf-Nash Saga, by John H. Ostendorf, p. 24.
Boys Cover 7,019 Miles in One Month, p. 25.
Letter – What Year Is The Mystery Nash?, by Gary DeYoung, p. 29.
Out Of The Woods (a 1922 Nash Touring car), by Calvin and Annette Woods (#10820), p. 30.
Exports (Arabic ad for 1950s Nash), p. 31.
John Bjorn: Swedish-American Builder of Nashes, by Ken Agdestein (#1210), p. 32.
Battle of the Little Four, by Larry Daum (#1901), p. 37.
'57 Nash Road Test, by Otto Zipper, p. 41.
1957 Nash, Alas, p. 43.
The 1957 Nash, by Alfred Comstock, p. 44.
Sunshine Region Christmas Party, by Sally and Richard Noel, p. 46.
Ask Mr. Cranky (Why did early Nashes offer GM Hydra-Matic?), p. 47.
New Members (10827-10841), p. 50.
Photos: 1914 Jeffery, p. 55. Contributed by Larry Daum.
Photo: Used Car Lot (with '46, '48 and '49 Nashes), p. 56.

Volume 47, No. 1 – January-February 2016
Cover Photo: Nash Dash, p. 1.
Photo: Nash Christmas ad, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day, p. 4.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber, p. 5.
Election Notice, p. 6.
Letter – '27 Nash Comes Home, by Carol Lussky, p. 7.
Letter – '36 Nash Ambassador, by George Gross (#4874), p. 8.
War-Time Car Care, p. 8.
Nash Brings American Cars to Russia, p. 9.
Rien Ne Va Plus! (on banning of old cars in Paris), p. 12.
Nash/Pierce-Arrow Merger, by George Gross, p. 13.
Nash Thing You Can Buy on Amazon (a suicide knob), p. 15.
1940!, p. 16.
Nash Dealership Archaeology in Chicago, by John O'Halloran, p. 19.
Lumpy, The Nash Single Six, by Jim Dworschack (#00001), p. 21.
Road Test: Le Mans Nash, by Barney Clark, p. 25.
Donald Healey Meets George Mason, by Aaron Severson, p. 29.
Metropolitan: English-American Hybrid with a Continental Touch, p. 36.
Regions: U.M.R.R., by Jim Dworschack (#00001), p. 40.
Regions: Nashing Norwegian Style, by Tor Stranger-Johannessen, p. 42.
Ask Mr. Cranky (On the future of the old car hobby), p. 46.
New Members (10802-10826), p. 50.
Photo: Wintertime View of the Charles W. Nash Home in Flint Michigan, p. 55.
Photo: A Metropolitan on Skis, p. 56.

Volume 46, No. 6 – November-December 2015
Cover Photo: Advertisement showing bed made in Nash, p. 1.
Photo: View of Car Show with Nashes, p. 1.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day (8135), p. 4.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber, p. 5.
Memorium: Horst Vormbrock, by (1252), p. 9.
Memorium: Eric Barfield, p. 9.
Letter – Nash/Hudson vs. Olds-DeSoto, by Ray Klein (378), p. 10.
1936 Door Handles Available, by Bob Grutza, p. 10.
2015 Thomas B. Jeffrey Award, by Jim Dworschack, p. 11.
Statesmanlike Ramblings (how to help with the TNT), by Tom Creecy, p. 12.
Grand Nashional, 2015 (more photos), p. 13.
Reader Editorial: One Member's Perspective on Collecting AMC Cars, by Larry Fournier, p. 17.
Borg-Warner, p. 19.
Nashtalgia – Redux, p. 20.
Some Cycle-Building Car Brands, p. 21.
The Nashional Nash Gallery, by Jim Dworschack, p. 22.
Memories of an International Nasher (Horst Vormbrock), by Kent Agdestein (1210), p. 25.
The New Healey, p. 27.
Nash Announces. . . A New American Sports Car!, p. 28.
Proving Ground Shakedown of the Nash-Healey, by Dick Van Osten, p. 29.
New Nash-Healey, p. 31.
Nash-Healey Spider, p. 33.
The New Nash-Healey Road Test, by Joe H. Wherry, p. 35.
Northeast Region News, by W. H. Lenharth (2189), p. 40.
Regions: UMRR, p. 42.
Little Known Nash Facts: The LTRPT (Long Term Rust Prevention Test), p. 43.
Stats of the Month, p. 44.
Little Known Nash Facts: The Nash-Nik, p. 45.
Ask Mr. Cranky (Highway Road Surfaces), p. 46.
New Members (10778-10801), p. 49.
Photo: 1957 Rambler, p. 55.
Photo: Nash Pulling Trailer, p. 56.

Volume 46, No. 5 – September-October 2015
Cover Photo: Nash hood and cowl, p. 1.
Photo: Two Tubs in the Wisconsin Automotive Museum, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day (#8135), p. 4.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber, p. 5.
The Grand NASHional That Was, p. 7.
Nash Elegance: Interiors By Mme Helene Rother, by Patrick Foster, p. 20.
La Nasherie Francaise (French Nashery), p. 24.
Swedes: World Champion Fans of Fifties American Cars?, p. 29.
TNT's Cover Quandary (throttle linkage), p. 31.
Wheary Lectures (on C. W. Nash), p. 32.
Photo: Armchair style rear seats in Nash, p. 33.
Nash Bericht in Englisch, by Manfred Bach, p. 34.
TNT Filler Factoid: Playwrite Arthur Miller Drove LaFayette, p. 37.
McCahill Drives the New Nashes, by Tom McCahill, p. 38.
Which Cars Are the American-est?, p. 42.
Before There Was Weather-Eye, p. 42.
Nash Art, p. 43.
Little Known Nash Facts: Nash Aquaflyte, p. 44.
Ask Mr. Cranky (on domestic industrial production), p. 46.
New Members (10760-10777), p. 49.
TNT Filler Factoid: Hydra-Matic's Orgin in World War II Tank, p. 51.
Ad: 1941 Nash 600, p. 55.
Photo: Car on Way to Grand Nashional, p. 55.

Volume 46, No. 4 – July-August 2015
Olds, DeSoto, Nash and Hudson.
Cover: Dashboard, p. 1.
Photo: 1934 Nash Ambassador Eight Sedan, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day (#8135), p. 4.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
Rob Kew (announcement of his passing), by Alan Dewsnup (#10298), p. 5.
Comments on TNT March/April issue, p. 6.
Photo: 1956 Nash Auto Show Exhibit Car, by Larry Daum, p. 7.
Letters &ndash A Special AMX, by Larry Daum, p. 7.
Letter and Photo – 1955 Ambassador, by Jim Ketchum, p. 8.
Letter and Photo – Nash Seen in Ontario Parking Lot, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 8.
Mike Larsen (memorial), by Connie Graeber (#8), p. 9.
Richard A. Teague Midwest Regional AMC Meet, by Jeffrey A. Kennedy, p. 9.
Grand NASHional, by Francine Felgemaker (#4367), p. 10.
Northern Escape Tour, by Paul Brodke, p. 14.
Car Body Corner: Unitized Construction (with photos), p. 16.
Car Body Corner: Nash Woodies, p. 17.
Introducing the New 1934 Nash LaFayette, by Ralph Marontate, p. 18.
Big Package, Compact Package, p. 27.
Ethanol -- Can We Get Rid of It?, by Jay Leno, p. 31.
Ask Mr. Cranky (on Ethanol), p. 33.
Spring Start-Up, by Tom Creecy, p. 34.
Klaxon, p. 35.
Rambler Bicycles, p. 36.
4WD, p. 45.
Finnish Chief Engineers, p. 46.
New Members (10742-10759), p. 49.
Photo: C. W. Nash with 1937 Nash Convertible, p. 55.
Advertisement: "There's Magic in the Weather Eye!", p. 56.

Volume 46, No. 3 – May-June 2015
Photo: 1954 Statesman Super, p. 1.
Cover: Illustration of a 1949 Nash fitted out as a camper, p. 1.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day (#8135), p. 4.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
This Month's Cover, by Tom Creecy, p. 5.
Tresurial Message (Club Profit & Loss and Balance Statements), by John Lunden, p. 6.
Letter – Nash on Rambler, by Bill Nash, p. 8.
Severt B. Easterby (memorial), by Jerry Knutsen (#1559), p. 9.
Letter – Kansas Wind (error in story wind tunnel tests), by Jim Wheary, p. 9.
Letter – The Ongoing and Potentially Perpetual Scruffy Saga (on identification of photos in previous issue's story), by Terry Baumann, p. 9.
Grand NASHional, p. 10.
Rambler Ranch Follow-Up, by Terry Gale, p. 11.
Northern Escape Tour, by Paul Brodke, p. 12.
Mike Larson (memorial), by Connie Graeber, p. 14.
Nashovision (James Wheary presents Nash biography on Milwaukee TV), p. 14.
Story of a 1919 Nash Quad, by Ken Kafka (#8623), p. 15.
LaFayette To Receive Classic Status?, p. 21.
LaFayette -- Second Generation (advertisement), p. 22.
History of the Seaman Body Company, by Mark Theobald, p. 24.
Nash Lore from Flinty Old Flint (C. W. Nash home), p. 30.
Recent Reviews: The Nash Rambler (1951), p. 32.
Motor Road Test No. 5/51, p. 33.
The Nash Rambler Saloon, p. 34.
Nash Rambler Test, by Ted Koopman, p. 36.
Ask Mr. Cranky (old vs. new cars), p. 41.
Nash: CU Tested the Ambassador Deluxe for Roadability and Family Uses Too, p. 42.
Little Known Nash Facts (Citroen and Nash merger), p. 45.
Regions: The Sunshine Region, by Sally Noel, p. 46.
New Members (10731-10741), p. 50.
Photo: 1942 Nash parked in front of airplane, p. 55.
Back Cover: Photo of World War I recruiter speaking from porch of C. W. Nash's house in Flint, p. 56.

Volume 46, No. 2 – March-April 2015
Cover: Dash Board, p. 1.
Photo: 1928 Rumble Seat Nash 336 Special Six Roadster, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day (8135), p. 4.
Contest - Nash Slogan, p. 5.
Letter – 1955 1/2 Rambler and '55 Hudson Fashion Tone, by Jeffery Godshall, p. 5.
Scruffy & Friends, by Terry & Linda Baumann, p. 6.
Scruffy & Friends, by Ken Kafka, p. 7.
Vacuum Shift (1938), p. 8.
Miss Nash (sponsorship of Miss America pageant), p. 9.
The Begatti (cars inspired by the Nash-Healey), p. 10.
Fuel Injection, p. 11.
Nash Proselyte at Stuart (museum with auto display in Florida), p. 12.
Therman Efficiency, p. 13.
Did The Scarab Anticipate the Airflyte?, p. 14.
Nash Jacking, p. 15.
Developing the Rambler, by Aaron Severson, p. 16.
Nashford Brake Parts, p. 30.
AMC Lore (AMX gift to Richard Teague), by Donald Piggins (#10258), p. 31.
Rambler Ranch (Elizabeth, Colorado), p. 32.
Nashfinds in Barett-Jackson Land, by Kevin D. O'Connell (#9595), p. 34.
Nash Bodies, p. 34.
Great Granmpie, by James T. W. Wheary, p. 35.
Product Review: 1935 Nash Advanced Six, by Tom Creecy, p. 37.
Little Known Nash Facts (The League for the Preservation of the Universe), p. 44.
Ask Mr. Cranky (Moral Turpitude?), p. 45.
New Members (10706-10730), p. 48.
Photo: 1947 Nash Woodie sold at Barrett-Jackson for $70,000, p. 55.
Photo: Nash El Segundo Plant, p. 56.

Volume 46, No. 1 – January-February 2015
Cover: Woman behind the wheel, p. 1.
Photo: 1928 Nash 341 Special Six Cabriolet, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day, p. 4.
Secretary's Report, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
Letters – Club Sales, by Ken Day, p. 6.
Nash in 1917, p. 7.
Spirit of Saint Louis Classic Car Club to Hear The Charles Nash Story, p. 7.
Letters – Information about renewing membership, p. 7.
The AirFlyte Lives! (Shasta reissues the 1961 classic Airflyte Trailer), p. 8.
Nineteen Fifty-Five, by Ralph Marontate, p. 9.
Nash – For Those Who Think Young (1928 Nash 341), by Howard L. Riddlebarger, p. 14.
George Mason's Duck Legacy, by Tom Creecy, p. 15.
B.C. Nashing, by Terry Baumann (#10689), p. 16.
Kenosha Nashing (model of 1952 Nash police car), p. 17.
Beloit Nashing (photo of Wisconsin dealership, ca. 1939), p. 17.
My 1910 Rambler, by Fred Burt (#10432), p. 18.
Racing Nash Driver Practices on Plymouths, by Larry R. Daum, p. 23.
A Gift For the Nashman With Everything (dealer promotional model), by Jim Dworschack, p. 24.
Chasing Skirts Nash Style (tech tip), by Rev Milhone (#1258), p. 25.
The Met Gets a Royal Review (Met in Norway), p. 26.
How To Test a Condenser, by Ken Kafka (#8623), p. 26.
1928: Charles Nash Visits Sweden – Was It To Buy The Volvo Company?, by Kent Agdestein, p. 28.
Little Known Nash Facts (The Hottest Thing Since Sliced Bread), by Tom Creecy, p. 42.
Rambler Deemed a Top Collectible (by Hemmings), p. 43.
Stat Corner (fuel production), p. 44.
Four Years of Nash Times Covers, p. 45.
New Members (10679-10704), p. 48.
Ad: Wartime Nash-Kelvinator Ad, p. 55.
Photo: Nash Dealership in Austin, Texas, p. 56.

Volume 45, No. 6 – November-December 2014
Cover: Rebel Fender Badge, p. 1.
Photo: 1932 Nash 1083 Phaeton, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Kay (#8135), p. 4.
Secretary's Report, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
Letter – On the 2014 Grand Nashional, by Jim and Vicki Wheary, p. 6.
Letter – 1946 Nash Ambassador Super Restoration, by Stan Dailey (#8783), p. 6.
Letter – Racine Nash Show, by Larry Sheaffer (#8995), p. 7.
Drawing of Nash LaFayette Plant in Racine, 1937, p. 7.
2014 Bob Aaron Award Goes to Dennis McAllister, by Charlie Wilson (#4798), p. 8.
Genesis Award Goes to Jim Bracewell, p. 10.
MOL (Members-On-Line): How It All Came About, by Jim Bracewell, p. 11.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award to Patrick Schilling, by Jim Dworschack, p. 12.
Grand NASHional 2014, by Doug Noel (#7239), p. 15.
2014 Grand Nashional Car Show Judging Results, by Doug Noel (#7293), p. 19.
Rambler for 1913 (factory brochure featuring the starter/generator), by Todd Abraham, p. 23.
Ralph Marontate’s Nash Ads, p. 27.
The Briggs-Stratton Key Lock, by Jim Wheary, p. 28.
The Salesman's Nash Kit, by Cris and Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 29.
Le Grenier de la Gare (World War I era train mounted on truck body), p. 31.
The Pottsville Nashery, by Paul Lehman (#649), p. 33.
Nash Dealership For Kids, p. 34.
Have Nash, Will Travel (1936 Advanced Eight), p. 35.
Endorsement from Oz (1926 Nash), by Neil Cox (#9024), p. 36.
Racing Bathtubs, The Book, by Larry R. Daum (#1901), p. 37.
The Scandinashia Report, by Tor Stranger-Johannessen, p. 38.
1954 Nash Statesman vs 2004 Mercedes S-Class, p. 41.
New Members (10653-10677), p. 53.
Racing Rambler 1957, p. 59.
Photo: G.N.2014. Nash Crosses Yet Another Bridge, p. 60.

Volume 45, No. 5 – September-October 2014
Cover Photo: Rambler convertible rear view, p. 1.
Photo: 1932 Nash, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day, p. 4.
Secretary's Report, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
Ad: Air Conditionion System for Nash, p. 5.
The Rites of Spring (comparison of starting times), p. 6.
Letters – A Nash flower car (similar to a Ranchero), p. 7.
Letter – John Hackwith comments on The Nash Times, p. 8.
Letter – James T. Wheary, great grandson of Charles Nash, to speak at the Grand Nashional, by Doug Noel, p. 8.
Obituary: George "Skip" Vollmer #3526, p. 9.
Memories of working at the AMC plant in Kenosha, by Don Piggins (#10658), p. 10.
The Nash/AMC Legacy, p. 12.
Nash Economy, AMC Style, by Tom Creecy, p. 13.
On the Meaning of "Correct" for Handmade Cars, by Richard Calver (#7648), p. 14.
Ad: 1940 Nash, p. 16.
Selling Nash for Fund & Profit, by Jim Raymond, p. 16.
Fiat Chrysler: Preserving the Nash Genome, p. 18.
Memories in Black & White (1936 Nash Model 3641A), by Larry R. Daum (#1901), p. 20.
Greetings from Guadeloupe, p. 21.
From Basket Case to Museum Piece (1926 Advanced Six Model 268), by David Fouser (#2665), p. 22.
Nash Statue Unveiled in Flint, MI, p. 24.
California Fire Hits Car Collection, p. 26.
Nash Aeronautical (Sikorski helicopters), p. 29.
Ad: Rambler Taxicabs, p. 30.
Ad: Rambler Model 31, p. 30.
Tatra: The Nash of Continental Europe, by Rev Milhone, p. 31.
Invention of the Giant Sunroof, p. 36.
Recent Reviews: 1906 Rambler, p. 37.
Recent Reviews: 1940 Ambassador Eight, by Arch Brown, p. 40.
New Members (10640-10652), p. 50.
Photo: 1939 Nash in front of Wisconsin's Capitol Building, p. 55.
Photo: 1906 Rambler Racer, p. 56.

Volume 45, No. 4 – July-August 2014
Cover Photo: Nash Airflyte Trunk View, p. 1.
Photo: Customized Nash "Ranchero" (story on p. 5), p. 2.
Kenosha at War, p. 4.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day (#8135), p. 4.
Secretary's Post, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
The "Nashero" (with photo on p. 2), p. 5.
Letter – Radial vs. Bias Ply Tires, by Jim Saicheck (#2499), p. 6.
Letter – Nash and Tatra Similarity, by Danny Barnett (#1821), p. 7.
Letter – Reproduction of rubber insulator boots for some 1930-34 models, by Peter Dornbach (#8741), p. 8.
Memorial: Stanley Gautz (1938-2014), by Terry E. Gautz (#9740), p. 9.
Memorial: Vince Ruffolo (1930-2014), by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 10.
Nashional Elections: Eastern and Western Directors, Vice President and Secretary, by Jerry Welden (#3968), p. 12.
Grand Nashional 2014, p. 14.
Grand Nashional 1970, by Lennel Royer (#40), p. 19.
Great Grampie (on descendants of Charles W. Nash), by Jim Wheary, p. 20.
Notice of Car Event Hosted by the Racine Heritage Museum, p. 23.
Nash Notes From Scandinavia (with translation of an article about the Ajax emblem), by Eric Stenberg, p. 24.
Nash Memories: My 1951 Nash Ambassador Four Door Sedan aka "The Bomber", by John Hackarth, p. 26.
Photo: Miss America with a Nash, p. 31.
Photo: Marilyn Monroe Riding in Rambler Convertible, p. 32.
Steering In A Box (Gemmer), p. 33.
More For Americans (formation of AMC), p. 34.
Cross-Cultural Studies in Body-Building, p. 35.
Little Known Nash Facts (Postwar Nash Production), p. 36.
Motor Trails: Nash Statesman, by Walter A Woran, p. 37.
Ad: Nash Airflyte Construction, p. 39.
Reclining Seats (Ad: "Nash Goes All The Way!"), p. 39.
11 Nashes & Six Kissels on the Wreck of the Lakeland, by Dawn Bondhus Mueller (Director, Wisconsin Automotive Museum), p. 40.
Lalique (hood ornaments), p. 42.
1953 Nash-Healey Series 25, by Haggerty Insurance Company, p. 43.
Filler of the Month (car ownership, age and survival statistics), p. 45.
Singapore Slinger (car ownership issues there), p. 45.
New Members (10614-10639), p. 49.
Ad: 1932 Ambassador Eight, p. 55.
Photo: 1951 Nash Police Car, p. 56.

Volume 45, No. 3 – May-June 2014
Cover Photo: Rambler rear quarter, p. 1.
Photo: 1932 Model 980 Victoria convertible, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day, p. 4.
Statesmanlike Ramblings, p. 5.
Fault-Finding Contest, p. 5.
Letter – Vice Ruffolo on U-Tube, by Ole Bratveit, p. 6.
Letter – Mystery on the March-April Cover, by Larry Fournier, p. 6.
Letter – Praise & Commiseration, by John L. Niehaus (#7120), p. 7.
Letter – Comment on the TNT, by George Vikos, p. 7.
Letter &ndash: Get Together in Scandinavia, by Tor Stranger-Johannessen, p. 7.
Grand Nashional 2014, p. 8.
The Electric Starter: Fad or the Future? (1913 Rambler), p. 10.
Nash-Like Tatra Never Made it To America, p. 11.
The Ugly Duckling . . . Is a Beautiful Car! (1932 Nash 980), by Steph & Chris Van Rensburg (and Al Ruckey), p. 12.
The Classic Nashes (CCA Recognized), p. 17.
Ask Mr. Cranky (Smoot-Hawley Tariffs and Exports), p. 18.
Hiding Those Ugly Wheels, p. 19.
Mystery Nashes of Norway (1936 Nash 400), by Ove Bratveit, p. 20.
Nash Advertisement from March 1931, p. 22.
Hub Pullling Fun, by Al Ruckey, p. 23.
Photos: Coches de Cuba, p. 24.
Ten Tally Tire Tattle, p. 25.
Huml Figurines (photos of authors' Nashes), by Frank & Barbara Huml, p. 26.
Great Grampie (C. W. Nash), by James T. W. Wheary, p. 27.
Our Secretary, by Connie Graeber, p. 28.
Regions: So-Cal, by Francine Felgemaker (#4367), p. 29.
Regions: U.M.R.R., by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 30.
What You're Missing (accessory mileage indicator), by Mik McGrew, p. 30.
New Members (10595-10613), p. 33.
Ask Mr. Cranky (Why Don't Cars Burn Oil Any More?), p. 35.
Nash Advertisement referencing Gilmore-Grand Canyon Economy Run, p. 39.
Photo: 1904 Rambler, p. 40.

Volume 45, No. 2 – March-April 2014
Cover Photo: Rambler Dashboard, p. 1.
Photo: 1932 Model 970, Gary Marchetti, wins Concours award, p. 2.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber, p. 4.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day (#8135), p. 4.
The Electric Starter (1913), p. 5.
Treasurer's Report, by Larry Fournier (#8278), p. 6.
Statesmanlike Ramblings (discussion of suggestions on change of TNT coverage and format), by Tom Creecy, p. 9.
Letter – TNT format suggestions, by George Vikos, p. 10.
Letter – TNT format suggestions, by Rev Milhone, p. 11.
Letter – TNT format suggestions, by Bernie Turco, p. 11.
Letter – Source of data in last issue was the 1942 Nash Data Book, by Bob Wilmoth (#1383), p. 12.
Letter – TNT format suggestions, by Doug Noel, p. 12.
Letter – Underwater 1929 Nashes, by Rob Polich, p. 13.
Letter – Underwater 1929 Nashes, by Bill Torsch (#2145), p. 13.
More on the Sunken Nashes, by Dawn Bondhus Mueller (Hartford Auto Museum), p. 14.
SS Senator Discovered by Paul Ehorn & Rob Polich, by Bill Torsch, p. 15.
Budd Body and the Nash Airflyte, by George Vikos (#730), p. 16.
Un-heralded Contribution to the War Effort, p. 20.
Original Bard-Find Nash Becomes Daily Driver, by Yoav Gilad, p. 21.
44th G.N. Hard Act to Follow, by Sally Noel (Sunshine Region), p. 23.
Nash-Kelvinator-Sikorsky-Pratt-Whitney, p. 26.
Nash-Healy Roadster: road tested with McCulloch Supercharger installed, p. 27. Contributed by Mike McGrew #9994.
By Land and By See (Mystic Seaport old car show), by Burton Jernstrom, p. 29.
Nash Gallery 2014 Update (Wisconsin Auto Museum in Hartford), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 30.
Painless Head Removal, by Jim Rugowski, p. 31.
Nashes and Fjords (in Norway), by Gunnar Garen (#7130), p. 32.
A Transition Period: Moving Automobiles, Circa 1960, by James Kinkaid, p. 33. Contributed by Mike McGrew #9994.
Ke-Nash-A, p. 37.
Tech Tip Highlights from Nash Club MOL, p. 37.
Charles W. Nash, by B.C. Forbes, p. 38.
Spring Fun, by William Ulm, p. 44.
High Plains Region, by Ken Kafka, p. 45.
Northern California Region, p. 46.
Dealer Friendly, p. 51.
New Members (10574-10594), p. 51.
Photos: Kenosha homes of Thomas B. Jeffery and Charles W. Nash, p. 55.
Photo: 1905 Rambler with coupe body, p. 56.

Volume 45, No. 1 – January-February 2014
Hard Block (Nash engineering book on the 1956 250ci AMC V8. Contributed by Doug Noel #7239.
Cover Photo: Family Reclining in a Nash, p. 1.
Photos: 1928 Standard Six, p. 2.
New Treasurer: John Lunden, p. 4.
Presidential Message, by Ken Day (#8135), p. 4.
Secretarial Message, by Connie Graeber, p. 5.
Elections, p. 5.
Statesmanlike Ramblings: Solicitation of content advice for The Nash Times, by Tom Creecy (Editor, TNT), p. 6.
Letter – Bathtub Art (art installation featuring a 1949 Nash, photo on p. 20), by Steve Keyser, p. 7.
Letter – Nash in the News: 1930-34 Nashs in Collectible Automobile, by Ken & Glenise Bonner, p. 7.
Letter – Nash in the News II: 1934 Nash featured in Old Cars, by Bill Torsch (#2145), p. 7.
Letter – Change "Little Known Nash Facts" to "Un-Known", by Ben Bliss, p. 7.
Eric Nelson (memorial), p. 8.
Nash Front Plates (substitutes where legal), p. 9.
Taxes (their effect on car ownership in Denmark), p. 9.
W. William Tilden (memorial), p. 9.
Restoration of Interior Door release Handles For Mid 20's to Mid 30's Nash Vehicles, by Morris Shaw, p. 10.
No More Rust Staining: The Potato Gun Cure, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 12.
Nash-Kelvinator (career of George Mason), p. 13. Contributed by Jim Dworschack.
We Go From Where We Know (1949 Nash in Kohler Arts Center exhibit), p. 20.
Big Package, Compact Package: CU compares two cars, p. 21.
'38 Nash Sports Custom, by Guy Dirkin (#10566), p. 25.
Park Bill Advances in Maryland (1904), p. 29.
Zern, p. 29.
Summer Fun II (camper, part Nash), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 30.
Ask Mr. Cranky: Car Prices, p. 33.
The New Rambler Carriage (early Rambler), p. 34.
More Stuff, Fewer Workers, All Over, p. 36.
How To Save This Car Club, by Rhonda Gelstein (#8522), p. 37.
From Scrap to Star (1948 Nash school bus), by Jesse Leavenworth, p. 37. Contributed by Bernie Turco #80.
Nash Motors Buys Factory (1948), p. 39.
When Suddenly, It's 1930, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 42.
Nash Times Origins, p. 43.
Government Motors, p. 43.
Rambler Revival, p. 44.
Production Hit Parade, p. 44.
Factory Employment Up, p. 44.
Model Nashes, p. 45.
New Members (10547-10573), p. 49.
Photo: battered 1949 Nash Ambassador (related to art exhibit featuring a Nash, p. 20), p. 55.
Back Cover Photo: Nash Quad dump truck advertisement, p. 56.

Volume 44, No. 6 – November-December 2013
Cover Photo: 1949 Nash viewed from the back, p. 1.
Photo: 1932 Series 1090, p. 2.
Kelvinator Overdirve, p. 4.
Presidential Message, by Derah A. Black-Day (#8135), p. 4.
Vintage Jim Dworschack, by Kit Kiefer, p. 5.
Letter: credit for authoring speech made at Grand Nashional, by Grutza Bob (#8665), p. 5.
Letter – Tanks for attending Racine event, by Jim Wheary, p. 6.
Washing Machines vs Cars of the Future (humor), p. 6.
Milwaukee Masterpiece (car show), p. 7.
Awash with Nashes: the sinking of the Senator, a ship loaded with Nashes, p. 11.
The Car Which Will be Copied (advertisement), p. 14.
1949 Philadelphia & National Antique Auto Show (poster), p. 16.
Service Letter: Repair Paint for Nash Service Trucks, p. 17. Contributed by Darrell Stumpf.
Photo: Nash Playing Cards, p. 18.
New Popemobile, p. 18.
Whyte Motorcontrol Simplifies Chassis (precursor to the bathtub uniscope), p. 19. Contributed by Alan & Emily Owens.
Little-Known Nash Facts: The First Nash Club, p. 21.
George Romney, Blower of Whistles, p. 22.
Sealed Beam Headlights, p. 23.
Poignant Met Memory, by Jim Dworschack, p. 24.
1950, p. 25.
Back-Handed Compliments, p. 26.
Proving the Point (1920 advertisement celebrates Nash factory), p. 28.
Ask Mr. Cranky: Plural of Nash; high cost of used cars, p. 30.
Little-Known Nash Facts: Mysterious Man Buys New Nash-Healeys (humor), p. 31.
Rain Over Hershey, by Molly and Cris Detwiler, p. 33.
Uptick in Car Thieving (in 1913), p. 34. Contributed by William Ulm #8686.
Nash 685 Coupe, p. 34.
Little-Known Nash Facts: Nasty man drive a Nash (humor), p. 35.
Product Testimonials for 1903, p. 36.
Henry Ford's Stroke, p. 38.
Recent Road Tests: 1955 Nash Ambassador, by Pete Molson, p. 39.
U.M.R.R. Region, Racine, WI: Party on the Pavement, by Jim Wheary, p. 42.
Nash Life . . . in Scandinavia, by Tor Strang, p. 44.
New Members (10524-10546), p. 49.
1916 Jeffery Tire Pump, p. 51.
1933 Nash Advertisement, p. 55.
Photo: 1902 Rambler Model C, p. 56.

Volume 44, No. 5 – September-October 2013
Letter – Missing sentence in Cahill article in last Nash Times, by Jim Bracewell.
Letter – 1950s Nash wheel openings, by Jeff Godshall (#6540).
Photo: 1904 Rambler, Reggie Nash, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Black-Day Derah A. (#8`35), p. 4.
Secretarial Report, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
Letter – Storing The Nash Times, by Bill Torsch (#2145), p. 6.
Letter – About John Palese, by John Palese, p. 7.
Letter – Ford badged as Nash, by Pete Lopez (#10395), p. 7.
The 2013 Grand Nashionals, by John Trotta, p. 9.
1930 Twin Ignition Nash 8 Acceleration Rate, p. 12.
Nash-Hudson Merger, p. 12.
Newspaper report on the Grand Nashional, by Virginia Kropf, p. 13.
1950s Nash Transmissions, p. 14.
A Nash possibly once owned by Nash family member, by John J. Lowell, p. 15.
Eric Nelson received Bob Aaron Award for 2013, by Bob Grutza, p. 16.
Nash-Healey #1 Sells at Auction, p. 17.
Ben Bliss receives Thomas B. Jeffery Award, by Jim Dworschack, p. 17.
Lyrics of Songs about Buick, Chevrolet and Nash ("Beep Beep"), p. 18.
Cupcake (a Metropolitan Story), by Colleen Samila (#10515), p. 19.
1936 (automobile production, politics and the Depression), p. 20.
Ford, Nash and Hudson trivia, p. 20.
Foreign Import (1958 Metropolitan Story), by Kathy Bergh, p. 21.
Met Meets Edsen (1955 Metropolitan), p. 22.
Nashes of Expositions Past: 1941 Nashes and a 1953 Nash-Healey, by Verlin Boes, p. 23.
Nashes of Expositions Present (1954 Statesman at Racine Parade), by Tom Creecy, p. 23.
Nash Memories, by William Wagner, p. 24.
Hashes, p. 25.
Twilight Zone, p. 26.
Little-Known Nash Facts: 1917, p. 27.
Annual Model Change, p. 28.
Young Car Collectors (in Sweden), p. 29.
The New Old Car Hobby, p. 30.
This Day in 1916 (Nash and Durant), p. 31.
Ask Mr. Cranky: About Detroit, p. 32.
KeNasha: Reminiscences of Life with Nash, by Eric Nelson, p. 34.
Little-Known Nash Facts: A Parallel Universe, p. 35.
Ramblin' Romney, by Mike McGrew (#9994), p. 36.
Genuine Accessories (Nash Ad), p. 39. Contributed by Darrell Stumpf.
Parts, Nash and Otherwise, p. 40.
56 Rambler Road Test, by Al Kidd, p. 41.
Region News, p. 46.
New Members (10494-10522), p. 49.
Nash reference in movie One-Two-Three, p. 51.
Ad for Nash Ajax, p. 55.
Photo: 1945 Nash-built Sikorsky R6 Helicopters, p. 56.

Volume 44, No. 4 – July-August 2013
Photo: 1952 Ambassador Custom 2-Door, Jim Weldon, p. 1.
Cover: Dashboard, p. 1.
Secretarial Report, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 4.
Vice Presidental Report, by Jerry Weldon, p. 4.
Presidential Message, by Derah A. Black-Day (#8135), p. 4.
Letters – Seeking identification of the TNT cover photo for May-June Issue, p. 5.
Letter – On rusty cars, by Ken Schroeder (#4357), p. 6.
In Memory of Roger Jandrin (#3676), Lawrence A. Nelson (#2221), and Willis Moline, p. 6.
Letter – On superhero cars, by Ben Bliss, p. 6.
In Memory of Vince Ruffolo (#30), p. 7.
Grand Nashional Update, p. 9.
McCahill Memories, p. 10.
2012 Thomas B. Jeffery Award: Jeff Griffith, p. 11.
Hudson Italia Saga, by Tom Creecy, p. 12.
My Inner Nash, by Jerry Welden, p. 14.
Nash Camper Head Games, by Dworschack Jim, p. 16.
New Life for Old Rambler Dealerships, p. 17.
Nash Memories, by John Ponsen, p. 18.
Little-Known Nash Facts: The Serotonin Spring (humor), by Tom Creecy, p. 19.
Ask Mr. Cranky: Why cars are more expensive now, by Tom Creecy, p. 21.
Nash Fridge Magnets, p. 22.
Benzol (an early alternative fuel), p. 22.
Size of Auto Companies (contemporary), p. 23.
The Role Racine, WI Played in the Development and Growth of Nash Motors, by Jim Wheary, p. 24.
The Metropolitan Spirit, p. 28.
Metropolitan: English-American Hybrid with a Continental Touch, p. 30.
Nashtalgia, by Patrick Costello (#6812), p. 34.
1955 Automotive X-Ray, p. 38. Contributed by Jim Dworschack.
Farina Follies, by Tom Creecy, p. 46.
New Members (10474-10493), p. 49.
Nor-Cal Celebrates 40th Anniversary, p. 51.
Reprint: War-Era Advertisement Depicting Nash Manufactured Flying Boat, p. 55.
Photo: Mr. and Mrs. Nash in Beverly Hills, CA, p. 56.

Volume 44, No. 3 – May-June 2013
Cover Photo: Flying boat built by Nash during World War II, p. 1.
Photo: 1956 Nashes on a car hauler, p. 1.
Presidential Message, by Derah A. Black-Day (#8136), p. 4.
Secretarial Report, by Connie Graeber, p. 5.
Tom Irmick (memorial), by Kurt Meister (#1751), p. 8.
Letter – Improved ballots, by Peter Koziel, p. 9.
Hudson Italia, by Tom Creecy, p. 9.
Letter – Concerning notification about members who have passed away, by Kurt Meister (#1751), p. 9.
My Nash Story, by James Haynes (#8932), p. 10.
Whole Foods In Nash Country, p. 11.
Nash Preservation Foundation: Purpose and Plea, by Kurt E. Meister, p. 12.
Document Depot (Nash Garage feature), p. 12.
Nash Radio, by Bob Walker (#3690), p. 13.
Car vs House Pricing, 1953 and 2013, p. 13.
Assistant Editor, The Nash Time, Larry Fournier, by Tom Creecy, p. 13.
Nash Engine Apps, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 14.
Are You Prepared for a Breakdown?, by Al Ruckey, p. 16.
Car Mags, p. 17.
NCCA Elections: Ken Day, President, p. 18.
Rambler Palm Beach, p. 19.
NCCA Elections: John F. Lunden, Treasurer, p. 19.
Recent Car Stats, p. 20.
NCCA Elections: Robert Grutza, Central Region Director, p. 20.
FDR and Al Copone Shared A Car, p. 21.
LaFayette Advertisement, dated 1922, p. 23.
Photo: 1940 Nash pulling a parade float in about 1948, by Steve Keyser, p. 24.
Don Draper Raised on Nash, p. 24.
Little-Known Nash Facts: Nash and the Rolex Yoyo (humor), p. 24.
Kenosha Engine Plant Kayoed, p. 26.
Former Fiat Factory Finds Fulfillment, p. 26.
Ask Mr. Cranky: Better to buy new cars or keep old Nashes?, p. 27.
Rambler One, p. 28.
Rambler American: Combination of Roominess and Economy, p. 29.
Little-Known Nash Facts: Rent-A-Skunk (humor), p. 35.
God Lives in Wisconsin and Drives a Nash (God's Country Racing Association Car Show), by Steve Keyser (#9262), p. 36.
Nash Greets 1938: New Line Has Many Striking Improvements, p. 37.
Ask Mr. Cranky: Did the government undermine the auto industry?, p. 40.
Rust, Your Cars Worst Enemy, by Michael Lamm, p. 41.
Commercial Rambler (The Rambulance), p. 46.
NCCA Region News, p. 47.
Advertisement for a Rambler Taxi, p. 47.
New Members (10458-10473), p. 50.
Synfuel, p. 51.
Advertisement for 1937 Nash, p. 55.

Volume 44, No. 2 – March-April 2013
Photo: 1932 Model 998 Seven Passenger Phaeton - Tom Harrington, p. 1.
Cover Photo: 1955 Ambassador Grill, p. 1.
Presidential Message, by Black-Day Derah A. (#8135), p. 4.
Factoid: Longevity of Ambassador Nameplate, p. 5.
Secretarial Report, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
Treasurer's Report: NCCA Statement of Income and Expenses, by Larry Fournier, p. 6.
Letter – 1920s Nash in Bavaria, by Gerhard Winkler, p. 7.
Letter – Attempting to locate 1947 Nash Limousine, by Jim Wheary, p. 8.
Letter – 1950-51 GM Hydra-Matics used on military vehicles, by Tom Irmick, p. 8.
Photo: Thomas B. and Kate Jeffery Touring in a Rambler, p. 9.
Letter – Northeast Wisconsin Nash Region Forming, by Paul Brodtke, p. 9.
Letter – 1928 Nash Model 420 Sedan, by Burton Jernstrom, p. 10.
Grand Nashional 2013, by Ken & Derah Day, p. 11.
Wisconsin Automotive Museum, by Jim Dworschack, p. 13.
Nash Document Depot, by Doug Patton, p. 15.
Just a Lick and a Polish (1953 Model 5321 Convertible Restoration), by Dave Simley (#9817), p. 16.
Swamp Coolers, by Cris Detwiler (#8112), p. 19.
The Wrap-Around, p. 20.
Orphan Car Tour in Maryland, by Jon Battle, p. 21.
The Wheary Lights, p. 22.
J. L. Hudson Company, p. 23.
Future Nash: November 1950 Version, by Bill Jenks, p. 24.
Photo: Charles W. Nash Cooking, by Kevin O'Connell, p. 25.
Painting "The Battle of Britain" by Paul Nash, p. 26.
Atsa Nash! (Italian movie featuring Nash police cars; US version called "Highway Dragnet," 1954), p. 26.
Little-Known Nash Facts: Al Capone's 1928 Nash Model 360 Advanced Six (humor), by Tom Creecy, p. 27.
Rambler & Floyd Clymer, p. 29.
The Owners Report on the Nash, by Floyd Clymer, p. 31.
Late Breaking News: Rambler ordered via airplane in 1912, p. 35. Contributed by William H. Ulm #8686.
Late Breaking News: tidbits from Popular Mechanics, 1957, p. 37.
Nash Online Forums, p. 37.
Nash Prices for '55, p. 37.
Ask Mr. Cranky: Big 3 Employment World-wide, p. 38.
Ask Mr. Cranky: Nash vs Buick, p. 38.
Ask Mr. Cranky: Nash, Ford and Chevrolet Auto Production Numbers, p. 39.
Ask Mr. Cranky: Market for Mid-Sized Cars, p. 39.
New Region Planned for N.E. Wisconsin, p. 40.
Sunshine Region News, by Sally Noel, p. 41.
Hudson Italia, p. 42.
New Members (10433-10457), p. 45.
Photo: 1952 Nash-Healey - Dennis McAllister, p. 51.
Photo: Rear Fender of a Hudson Italia, p. 52.

Volume 44, No. 1 – January-February 2013
Cover Photo: Twin-Ignition Coil Setup, p. 1.
1951 Nash Airflyte Advertisement, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Derah A. Black-Day (#8135), p. 4.
Secretarial Report, by Rex Fisher, p. 5.
Necktie with '36 Nashes, p. 5.
Letter – Subaru and Nash Compared, by Garm Beall (10363), p. 6.
Letter – Miss Wisconsin seeks vehicle for parade, by Corianne Strupp, p. 7.
Letter – errors in article about author's nash, by Ove Bratveit, p. 7.
Letter – 1920's nash hub cap found at site of Nash El Segundo plant, by Brett Richardson, p. 7.
Grand Nashional 2012, by Judy Brookes, p. 8.
2013 Grand Nashional, p. 9.
Nash/Rambler Online Forums, p. 10.
Hydra-Matic, p. 11.
Good Guys vs Buick (a comparison from Popular Mechanics), p. 13.
Nash Torque Tube: The Amazing Nash AMC Torque Tube Drive Explained, by Bob Walker (#3690), p. 15.
Advertisement for 1906 Rambler Model 15, p. 16.
Precocous Ramblers (sales rankings of early Rambler and Nash), p. 17.
1929 Advance Six Door Handles: Part 1, Overview, by Gary De Young, p. 18.
Nash Sponsors Christmas As We Know It (Lionel Barrymore plays Scrorge in Nash-sponsored variety program), p. 21.
Ensnaring Youngsters, by Jim Dworschack, p. 22.
Nashlings: photos of children named Nash, p. 23.
Rambler . . . The Bike (1902 Rambler Model B Motorcycle), p. 24.
La Connexion Francaise (Renault Rambler Classic, 1962-65), p. 25.
Pedal to the Medal (pedal cars), by Eric Nelson, p. 26.
The Real McCoy Order for Healey One (letter from Romney to Farina), p. 27.
The Last Big Nash (Farina Models), p. 28.
Stock Option (Nash Motors stock certificate), p. 28.
Pavement (statistics on miles of paved road in selected countries), p. 28.
Little-Known Nash Facts, p. 29.
Nifty Nash: William Ulm's not giving up his 1936 Nash coupe, p. 32.
Gasoline Prices (statistics from selected countries), p. 33.
My 4020 (Ambassador 8), by Steve Keyser (#9262), p. 34.
Nash Engines Through Time, by Jim Dworschack (Jerry Knutsen), p. 35.
Ask Mr. Cranky: U.S. content of Fords and Hondas; "I-Drive", p. 40.
Inadvertent Builder of Nashdom: Woodrow Wilson, p. 41.
Regions: Scandinavia, by Tor Stranger-Johannessen, p. 42.
Regons: Erie Shores, by Al Ruckey, p. 45.
Regions: UMRR, by Darrell Rader, p. 46.
New Members (10416-10432), p. 50.
Photo: Grand Nashional's Grand View of the Great West, by Judy Brookes, p. 55.
Advertisement for 1951 Nash Airflyte, p. 56.

Volume 43, No. 6 – November-December 2012
Cover Photo: Instrument Cluster, p. 1.
Photo: 1920 Nash 685, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Derah A. Black-Day (#8135), p. 4.
Secretarial Report, by Rex Fisher, p. 5.
Dues Blues (dues increase), by Rex Fisher, p. 5.
General Membership Business Meeting Minutes, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 6.
Letter – On "knocked down" Nashes sold overseas, by S. Gutterud (#6290), p. 11.
Letter – LED lights for a Nash, by Gary Kielisch, p. 12.
Letter – Photos sought for new book, by Pat Foster, p. 12.
Letter – On sharing information about Nash online, by Ken Day, p. 13.
Photo: Nash Christmas billboard, p. 13.
Letter – On the Grand Nashional; well done except for street rods, by Sally Noel, p. 14.
Letter – Comment on article about the houses of Charles W. Nash, by James T. W. Wheary, p. 14.
1935-1936 Gläser Bodied Nash, by Terje Bratveit (Norway), p. 15.
Trial by Fire: The Unlikely Survival of the Last Nash 685 Coupe, by Alan Owens (#10398), p. 19.
Ask Mr. Cranky: Which of today's car companies is most like Nash in your view?, by Tom Creecy, p. 30.
Nash-Era Presidents (Hoover), by Tom Creecy, p. 31.
Letter – Photo of young Mitt Romney in 1957 Nash autographed by candidate, by Don Oakley (#502), p. 33.
Family Nashes: Our 1918 681 Touring, by Michael & Cindy Stavola (#4859), p. 34.
U.S. Auto Sales, p. 36.
Filler of the Month: 1930 TVA project?, p. 36.
Road Spots ('57 Rebel towing 51 Statesman), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 37.
In-Production Changes (cars in production for a long time), p. 38.
Flatheads Need Not Be Flat, by Rev Milhone, p. 39.
Domenick Jiardine Jr. – Memorial and story of his 1966 AMX prototype, by Austin Hagerty, p. 40.
Grand Nashional 2012: Post-Falls Rumble (photos), by Marlin Smith, p. 41.
Merry Christmas, Nash-Style, by Don Loper, p. 42.
Positive Ground (Henry Ford's opinions regarding), p. 42.
Discovery of a Wisconsin Nash Dealership, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 43.
Regions: Sunshine Region, by Sally Noel, p. 45.
New Members (10389-10415), p. 48.
Filler: 1953 prices, p. 51.
Photo: Charles and Jesse Nash, April 23, 1947, p. 55. Contributed by Don Loper.
Photo: Nash "Season's Greetings" Billboard, p. 56.

Volume 43, No. 5 – September-October 2012
Cover Photo: Interior Door Window Crank, p. 1.
Photo: 2012 Grand Nashional Best of Show - 1956 Ambassador, p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Derah A. Black-Day (#8135), p. 4.
Memorial: Tom Post, by Jim Dworschack, p. 4.
Secretarial Message, by Rex Fisher, p. 5.
Letters – 1907 photo of auto being tested at Thomas B. Jeffery Co., by Eric Nelson (#4290), p. 6.
Grand Nashional 2012 (photos), by Connie Graeber (81), p. 7.
Statistics about auto industry employment in 2012, p. 10.
The Houses of Mr. Nash – A Look Back in Time, p. 16.
Oil for Oldies, by Tom Irmick, p. 19.
Ask Mr. Cranky: Does globalization lower wages and export jobs?, by Tom Creecy, p. 21.
Road Test: 1955 Nash Ambassador, by Pete Molson, p. 22.
Nash 461: History of 1929 Nash 461 Advanced Six Cabriolet, by Gary DeYoung (and Fred Thompson), p. 25.
1929 Nash, model 461, Advanced Six - History, by Gary DeYoung, p. 26.
Nash 461 Restoration Notes, by Fred Thompson, p. 29.
For the Union Makes Us Stronger, by Tom Creecy, p. 37.
Little Known Nash Facts: Calvin Coolidge and Nash, by Tom Creecy, p. 44.
Tinkerbell Takes The Cake: 2012 Grand Nashional Best of Show, a 1956 Ambassador, by Peter Steinert, p. 45.
Little Known Nash Facts: King Hassan II of Morocco and Nash, by Tom Creecy, p. 46.
Region News, p. 46.
New Members (10362-10388), p. 49.
Photo: 2012 Grand Nashional - Winner of Long Distance Award - 1950 Statesman, p. 55.
1937 Nash Ambassador (from 2012 Grand Nashional), p. 56.

Volume 43, No. 4 – July-August 2012
Billboard advertising 1934 Nash Ambassador in The Netherlands, p. 1.
Cover Photo: Nash Tail Light, p. 1.
Presidential Message, by Derah A. Black-Day (#8136 President), p. 4.
Here and There, Then and Now: Auto worker wages, by Tom Creecy, p. 4.
Secretarial Report, by Rex Fisher, p. 5.
Letter – Nordic Nash Group, by Tor Strang, p. 5.
Letter – A Girl Named Nash, by Dave Ulmen, p. 7.
Letter – Thoughts on auto restoration, by Ben Bliss, p. 7.
Letter – Old/New car fuel problems on the horizon, p. 8.
Letter – The Nash Times article on Nash & Chrysler, by Aaron Severson, p. 9.
The Fastway: on the national highway system, p. 9.
Letter – Attracting Younger Club Members, by Paul Brodke, p. 10.
Jared and The Future of Nashdom, p. 10.
Grand Nashional 2012, p. 11.
Nashiness: Doorhandles, p. 13.
Thomas Midgely: Ethyl and Freon, p. 13.
Andrea's of Kenosha Restores the Famed Airflyte Sundae, by Tom Creecy, p. 14.
With Malice Toward None, by Patrick Foster, p. 15.
Dodge and Nash Announce, p. 20. Contributed by Jim Raymond.
German Nash Ad (1929), p. 22.
The Nash Owners Album, p. 23.
Noted Body Designer Now A Nash Consultant (Pinin Farina), p. 24.
Modeling an Auto Loading Facility: A look at how American Motors shipped autos by rail from Bain, Wisconsin, by Keith Kohlmann, p. 25.
Wonderful 'Walt' – Handsome 1937 Nash Lafayette has a way with the ladies, by John Gunnell, p. 31.
Book Review – Freedom's Forge: How American Business Produced Victory in World War II, by Arthur Herman, p. 33.
Nash, U.S.A.'s Scandinavian Car Company, p. 33.
Nash Photo Collection Found on Web, p. 34.
Ask Mr. Kranky – on electric cars, by Tom Creecy, p. 35.
Ask Mr. Kranky – operating costs comparison between Nash and France's TGV super-fast train, by Tom Creecy, p. 36.
Little Known Nash Facts – The Return of Baby Doc and How You Can Help, by Tom Creecy, p. 37.
The New 1954 Metropolitan, by Wilbur Shaw (President, Indianapolis Motor Speedway), p. 38.
The Nash Perfected Valve-in-Head Motor (1920), p. 42.
Little Known Nash Facts - The Mellon Incident (humor), by Tom Creecy, p. 45.
The Regions: Niagra Frontier Region, p. 47.
New Members (10352-10361), p. 50.
Advertisement: 1934 Twin-Ignition Nash, p. 55.

Volume 43, No. 3 – May-June 2012
Cover Photo: Nash Headlight, p. 1.
1930 Nash "400" (advertisement in French from Montreal), p. 2.
Presidential Message, by Derah A. Black-Day (NCCA President), p. 4.
Secretarial Report, December 2011-February 2012, p. 5.
In Memory of John Palese 1935-2012, by John Trotta, p. 6.
On the future of car collecting, p. 7.
Letter – El Segundo Hudsons, by Ray Klein (#378), p. 7.
Photo: Nash dealership near Forbes Field in Pittsburgh, 1952, p. 8. Contributed by Rick Myers #1135.
Letter – On attendance at club events, by Al Ruckey, p. 8.
Letter – 1926 Nash 268 donated to Wisconsin Automotive Musum, by Francis Searer, p. 9.
Grand NASHional 2012 - Post Falls, Idaho, p. 10.
Elections: 2012: Candidates Jerry Welden and John Trotta, VP; Carolyn McGregor and John Gumbinger, Western Div Director; Connie Graeber, Secretary; Bob Allen, Eastern Div Director, p. 12.
News article on LaFayette production, 1919, p. 13.
The Bash Times (humor), p. 14.
Art: Nash "Tower of Value" from Chicago World's Fair, p. 15.
1947 Nash Engine (promotional item), p. 15.
Nash auto production, best and worst: 1946 and 1957, p. 15.
Nash in Coolidge and Truman administrations, p. 17.
An Overview of Installing an Electric Fuel Pump, by Larry Claypool, p. 18.
The Periodic Return of the Concentric Dashboard, p. 22.
Born on a Boad: Donald and the Nash-Healey, by Aaron Severson, p. 23.
NCCA 2012 Elections - Ballot, p. 29.
Little Known Nash Facts - Nash and Iowa (humor), p. 33.
Book: Automotive Climate Control: 116 Years of Progress, p. 34.
Compressed Air Car, p. 35.
Ask Mr. Cranky - Road Maintenance (humor), p. 36.
Guest Editorial: on declining membership, by Bob Grutza (Chairman, UMRR), p. 37.
C. W. Nash Celebrates His 75th Anniversary (January 30, 1939), p. 38.
How Potent is Packard's V-8?, p. 39.
Little Known Nash Facts - labor relations at the Jeffery Company (humor), p. 46.
Treasurer's Report, by Larry Fournier (NCCA Treasurer), p. 48.
New Members (10328-10344), p. 51.
Median Age of Vehicles, p. 53.
The Regions: Mid-Atlantic, p. 53.
Photo: 1940 Ambassador Eight in 1943 Movie "Shadow of a Doubt", p. 57.
Photo: 1932 Nash Advanced Eight Model 1903 - Tom and Irene Herrington, p. 58.

Volume 43, No. 2 – March-April 2012
Cover Photo: Nash Engine, p. 1.
Diagram of Lubrication, p. 2.
Weights: Cars & Ours, p. 4.
Presidential Message, by Derah A. Black-Day (#8135), p. 4.
Secretarial Report, November 2011, by Rex Fisher, p. 5.
Nash-Kelvinator to Hold Huge Meetings, p. 8.
Dashes With Dash (Farina, 1952-57), p. 9.
Vocab (humor), p. 9.
The Freebie C.D. Lives On! (of 2011 Grand Nashional), by Rev Milhone, p. 9.
What Does "W" Stand For?, p. 9.
Nashes, Donated (to museums), p. 10.
Book Of The Month (A Car, A Refrigerator and War!), p. 11.
The Evans Vacuum Shift, by Jim Raymond, p. 11.
Nashing for Neophytes, by Jeff Griffith, p. 13.
Famous Car Guy from Kenosha (Oscar Zerk), p. 14.
The Vison Thing (C.W. Nash quote from book), p. 14.
Nash and Mr. Peepers (Nash seen in old TV show), p. 14.
Chrysler & Nash, by Larry R. Daum, p. 15.
Ask Mr. Cranky (humor), by Tom Creecy, p. 18.
Photo: method of selling Nash air-conditioned vehicles, p. 19. Contributed by Jim Raymond.
Fidel Castro, Nash Fancier (humor), by Tom Creecy, p. 20.
Nashercize (humor), p. 21.
Sam Moore, A Non-Nash Club Guy, Recounts A Lost Love, by Sam Moore, p. 22.
The Nash With The Spontan Gearbox, p. 24.
The Compact Nash Rambler, by Aaron Severson, p. 29.
Letter – Overdrive converstion, by Joe Farina (#10227), p. 36.
The Nash Fuel Pump, circa 1917, p. 37.
Lifelong Nash Fan (Because One of 'Em Saved His Life), by Ralph E. Fanton, p. 42.
Little Known Nash Facts: The Royal Abdication (humor), by Tom Creecy, p. 43.
The Other Nash Plant (El Segundo), p. 44.
Northeast Region News, p. 47.
So-Cal Region News, p. 48.
The Nash, the Frazer and the Frazer-Nash, p. 49.
New Members (10308-10327), p. 49.
Nash and Crime (humor), p. 51.
Nash Ambassador Advertisement (undated, pre-war car), p. 55. Contributed by Alan Golbov.
Advertisement for 1934 Twin Ignition Nash, p. 56.

Volume 43, No. 1 – January-February 2012
Mechanical Properties of the Twin-Ignition Six (promotional art), p. 1.
Cover Photo: 55 Nash Fender, p. 1.
President's Message, by Derah A. Black-Day (#8135), p. 4.
Secretary's Report, by Rex Fisher, p. 5.
Statesmanlike Ramblings (reflections on membership numbers), by Tom Creecy, p. 6.
Memorial Notice: David C. Burnham #4052, by Jim Bracewell, p. 7.
Letter – George Mason Remembered by Hometown Boys, by Wes Anderson, p. 8.
Letter – Photo of a Nash, by Maggie Anderson, p. 9.
Letter – Photo of Nash exported to Australia, by Ray Sutch, p. 10.
Letter – Old photo of baseball player Lefty Grove with a 1928 Nash, by Doug Patton, p. 10.
Letter – Thoughts On Charles W. Nash, by James T. W. Wheary, p. 11.
Letter – Photo of "NKI Custom" Metropolitan sold on e-bay, by Eric Nelson (#4290), p. 12.
Nash Whackery (old photo of Nash in a collision), p. 13.
Deja Vu All Over Again (2012 Mercedes compared to Nash), p. 14.
Grand NASHional 2012 - Post Falls, Idaho, p. 15.
Advertisement Promoting Nash Models (July 1953), p. 18.
Stunt Nashes? Are You Kidding?, by Don Oakley (#502), p. 19.
Little Known Nash Facts (humor), by Tom Creecy, p. 21.
Ask Mr. Cranky (humor), by Tom Creecy, p. 22.
Nash Hits the Big Time (New Yorker magazine cover), p. 24.
Parts Searches, by Rev Milhone, p. 25.
Automotive Life and Death (some statistics), p. 26.
Nash Gave Drivers a Lot of Car for the Money, by Gary R. Familian (Motor Cities National Heritage Area), p. 27.
Little Known Nash Facts (The 1958 Nash - humor), by Tom Creecy, p. 29.
Post Office Ramblers (1952 or '53 - promotional material), p. 31.
"The Nash Difference" – Essay Contest!, by Tom Creecy, p. 35.
Shapers of Nashdom – Donald Healey, p. 36.
George Mason's Pre-Nash Life, by Curtis Eriksmoen (Inforum), p. 38.
Reliable Rambler Era: 1956-'62 Romney Ramblers, p. 40.
When Suddenly. . . It's 1950 (statistics), p. 41.
1950 Nash and Rambler Reviewed, p. 42.
Ecology Corner: If Nashes Were Horses. . . (humor), p. 44.
The Regions: Erie Shores; Rex and Sue Hamil Loan Nash Metropolitan to W.P. Chrysler Museum, by Al Ruckey, p. 45.
The Regions: Sunshine Region, by Marlene Egan, p. 46.
AMC: Out In Fiscal Glory, p. 46.
The Regions: Nor-Cal, by G.J. McGregor, p. 47.
The Regions: U.M.R.R. – 2011 Kenosha Grand Nashional Update, by Bernard Turco, p. 48.
New Members (10283-10307), p. 51.
Twin-Ignition Six Interior Features (promotional materials), p. 55.

Volume 42, No. 6 – November-December 2011
Cover Photo: Petty Hood Ornament, p. 1.
Presiden'ts Message, by Derah Black-Day (#8135), p. 4.
Secretary's Report, by Rex Fisher, p. 5.
General Membership Business Meeting Minutes, p. 6.
Letter – Thanks to 2011 Grand Nashional Attendees, by Rev Milhone, p. 10.
Letter – Congratulations to Detwilers for Hemmings Classic Car article featuring their 1946 Ambassador, by Bob Grutza (#8665), p. 10.
Letter – Difficulties with member addresses, by Cindy Carmack, p. 10.
Myrtle Hits the Bigtime (1952 Ambassador Diecast Model), p. 11.
Letter – writers' 1954 Ambassador wins 2nd at Concours d'Elegance, by Jean-Claude & Lucille Marcoux, p. 11.
Letter – Thanks to UMRR for hosting 2011 Grand Nashional; invitation to 2012 in Post Falls, Idaho, by Ted & Sharon Olson (#8893), p. 12.
Numbers for 1950 (Nash-Kelvinator business stats), p. 12.
2011 Thomas B. Jeffery Award: Bob Majeski, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 13.
Grand Nashional – The Aftermath, p. 14.
T.N.T. Econometrics: Energy, p. 15.
N.C.C.A. at Hershey Fall Meet, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 16.
Why The Thoughtful Buyer Chooses Nash – "You Can't Beat a Nash for 1938", by Jim Raymond, p. 18.
Nash Vs Hudson (pre- and post- war production statistics), p. 22.
The Family Nash: Our 1936 LaFayette, by Allison Steward (#10268), p. 23.
Ask Mr. Cranky (humor), p. 25.
Little Known Nash Facts (The Nash-Kelvinator Gravitron - humor), p. 26.
Tech Tips: Pertronix Ignition Modules, by Rev Milhone, p. 28.
Little Known Nash Facts (humor), p. 29.
Rust, p. 30.
How Cars Are Rustproofed, p. 31.
Shapers of Nashdom – George Petty, Hood Embellisher, p. 32.
Personnel Issues: Did C.W. Nash Make The Right Decision in Bringing Walter Chrysler Into Automobile Management?, by Ralph Marontate, p. 34.
Nash Backwards: 1946 Ambassador Instrument Panel and Steering, New Zealand, p. 36.
Presidental Aspirants (George and Mitt Romney), p. 36.
Recent Road Tests: 1955 Nash & Hudson, p. 37.
A Swedish Car Collector in Summer, by Ola Jönsson (and Bergitta Westin), p. 38.
Media Bias Circa 1952, p. 40.
Fridge Filler (1952 Kelvinator), p. 41.
Heritage Preservation - Two New DVDs about Charles W. Nash, p. 41.
Beauty Twins (1953 Miss America poses with Nash), p. 43.
Pacific Northwest Region: Meet in the Mountains (with photos), by John Gumbinger, p. 44.
The Regions: U.M.R.R. – Review of Milwaukee Masterpiece, by Kurt Meister, p. 46.
New Nash Club Headquarters? (Old Nash HQ in Detroit for sale), p. 47.
New Members (10247-10282), p. 48.
Uniscope vs Cadiscope (steering column instrument pods), p. 51.
Illustration of 1905 Rambler, p. 56.

Volume 42, No. 5 – September-October 2011
Cover Photo: Close-up of Door Handle, p. 1.
Photo: 1918 Military Quad Truck, p. 2.
Photo: 1933 Model 1190, p. 2.
President's Message, by Derah A. Black-Day (#8135), p. 4.
The Independents Live!, p. 4.
Secretary's Report, by Rex Fisher, p. 5.
The Ambassador Lives! (Hindustan Ambassador), p. 5.
Letter – Compliments to new TNT editor, by George Vikos (#730), p. 6.
Letter – Comment on TNT font size, by Larry Romig, p. 6.
Letter – Rambler-AMC Museum in The Netherlands, p. 6.
Letter – On the Grand Nashional, by Bill Torsch (#2145), p. 7.
Letter – On the Grand Nashional, by Daryl Frank (#9807), p. 7.
Letter – On the Grand Nashional, by Mike Klepp (#10082), p. 7.
Letter – On the Grand Nashional, by Alec McCracken (#9559), p. 7.
Letter – On the Grand Nashional, by Don & Loretta Oakley (#502), p. 8.
Charles W. Nash and Manitowish Waters, WI, by Russell Kuepper, p. 8.
The Trompe l'Oeil Bathtub Hobby, by Bob Lucas (#7822), p. 9.
The Cardboard Bathtub-Making Hobby, by Mark Crowel, p. 10.
Obituary: Shirley & Roland Becker (#3871), by Jim & Dorothy Bracewell, p. 11.
Howard J. Brown (obituary), by Don P. Lopar, p. 11.
Grand Nashional - A Class Reunion - July 2011 (with photos), by Rev Milhone (#1258), p. 12.
The Lake Geneva Area Ramble, by Bob Grutza, p. 18.
The Most Excellent Milwaukee Tour, by Tom Creecy, p. 19.
The Grand Nashional Car Show (with photos), by Tom Creecy, p. 20.
Unibody Construction, by Jeff Schilling, p. 21.
The Nash-Budd Construction Started Early, by George Vikos (#730), p. 23.
Car Sales in USA in 1950 & 2012, p. 23.
Ask Mr. Cranky (humor), p. 24.
Bathtubs in the News, p. 25.
Debut for the '49 Nash, by Wayne Whittaker, p. 29.
U-Joint Service for Torque Tube Nashes, by Gene Mace (#6008), p. 34.
Disc Brakes for Your Nash!, by Rev Milhone, p. 35.
An Alternative to an Electric Fuel, by Rev Milhone, p. 37.
The Ranco Valve, by Tom Irmick (with Jim Corcoran), p. 38.
The Truth about the Apollo 15 Lunar Rover (humor), p. 40.
Nash for 1940, by Ralph Marontate, p. 41.
N-K Collector Stories (Kelvinator dishwashers), p. 45.
Nash Returns to the Indy 500, by Cris & Molly Detwiler, p. 46.
New Members (10225-10246), p. 48.

Volume 42, No. 4 – July-August 2011
Cover Image: Cut-away advertisement showing 1950s Nash features, p. 1.
The Nordic Nash Register, p. 2.
Presiden'ts Message, by Derah A. Black-Day (#8135), p. 4.
James J. Roepke 1925-2011 (obituary), p. 6.
Secretary's Report, by Rex Fisher (#8765), p. 6.
Letter – Lathe from 1916 available to the Nash Archives, by Joe Gajdos, p. 7.
Letter – Photo of author's family in front of Seaman Body Plant in 1954, by Bob Wilmoth (#1383), p. 8.
Filler Factoid: 3 million Nashes, p. 8.
2011 Grand NASHional "A Class Reunion", p. 10.
Walter P. Chrysler Museum, by Al Ruckey (#7606), p. 15.
Resolution Designated July 8, 2011 as "Collector Car Appreciation Day" Approved by U.S. Senate, p. 16.
Observations about the Demise of the Independent Car Makers, by Ralph Marontate (#9087), p. 17.
Vocational Vocabulary (humor about words derived from Nash), p. 18.
Shaper of Nashdom: L.D. Crusoe, Nash'es Unintended Executioner, by Tom Creecy (#9254), p. 19.
Louis Wolfson Tries Hostile Takeover of AMC, p. 20.
Tentacles of the Nash Empire, p. 21.
Weather Eye: The Inside Story, by Tom Irmick, p. 22.
Inter-NASH-ional: A Rambler-AMC Museum in Holland, p. 24.
Ask Mr. Cranky (humor), p. 25.
Tech Tips: The Case of the Hard-Starting '38, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 26.
Tech Tips: Frozen Clutches, by Rev Milhone, p. 27.
Tech Tips: Sluggish Starters, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 28.
Tech Tips: Six Volt Halogen Lights, by Rev Milhone (#1258), p. 29.
Little Known Nash Facts (Remaking the World - humor), by Tom Creecy (#9254), p. 30.
Car Show Corner: Three Ways to Rev Up Your Next Car Show, by Todd Ruel (#7588 & goneautos.com), p. 32.
Car Close-Up - 1941 Nash 600, p. 35.
Rambler Victorious (gas mileage test), p. 38.
Hubcap Corner - 1948/1954 Nash / Statesman Wheels / hubcaps / covers, by Ben Bliss, p. 38.
Nash Exotica: The Czech Connection - The Sodomka-Bodied Custom Nashes of the 1920's and 1930's, by Fred Summers (#4708), p. 39.
The Autocar Road Tests No 1, 199 – 28 h.p. Nash Ambassador Six Saloon, p. 44.
Heritage Preservation - Two New DVDs about Charles W. Nash, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 46.
NCCA Library - Available DVDs, p. 46.
Nash Archives – Nash and Rambler Records Preserved in Los Angeles, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 47.
New Members (10196-10224), p. 48.
Advertisement from 1939 (color), p. 55.
Back Cover: 1932 Nash 1090, a CCCA certified classic, at the Classic Car Museum in Hickory Corners, Michigan, p. 56.

Volume 42, No. 3 – May-June 2011
Cover Photo: Nash Weather-Eye Console.
A Message from the Founder – Thanks, Gary! (for service as TNT editor), by Jim Dworschack, p. 4.
Editor's Note: Staff Change at The Nash Times, by Tom Creecy, p. 5.
President's Message, by Derah A. Black-Day (#8135), p. 6.
Secretary's Report, by Rex Fisher, p. 7.
Letter – Thanks to Tom Creecy for becoming TNT editor, by Eric Nelson (#4290), p. 8.
Recruitment: TNT editor seeks stories, by Tom Creecy, p. 10.
2011 Grand NASHional "A Class Reunion", by Rev Milhone, p. 11.
Regions (news from Western and Ohio-Penn Regions), p. 13.
Late-Breaking News – 1926: Record Nash Profits, p. 13.
Late-Breaking News – 1945: Nash Plans a Small Car, p. 13.
Nashes Beyond Nashes, by Dick Matson (#3222), p. 14.
Little Known Nash Facts (Nash Flying Saucers - humor), by Tom Creecy, p. 19.
The Nash and Our Family, by Mary and Guy Auger, p. 23.
Car Compara – 1955 Nash vs Buick, p. 28.
Nashtalgia Corner (on Jim Dworschack's 1948 Nash dumptruck), p. 30.
The Shapers of Nashdom – Walter Chrysler, p. 35.
Car Close-Up (1937 Advanced Six), by Tom Creecy, p. 37.
When Suddenly. . . It's 1930, by Tom Creecy, p. 39.
Our 100th Year Celebratory Edition! The Nash Bathflyte for 2017 (humor), by Tom Creecy, p. 41.
Could Nash Have Survived in George Mason's Proposed Merger of the Independents?, by Tom Creecy, p. 42.
Late-Breaking News – Nash Production to Continue, Say Experts, p. 44.
Late-Breaking News – Nash/AMC Numbers for 1957, p. 44.
The Mid-Price, Mid-Century Crisis, by Tom Creecy, p. 49.
New Members (10196-10203), p. 50.
The Dworschack Dump Truck (now), by Jim Dworschack, p. 55.

Volume 42, No. 2 – March-April 2011
Cover Photo: 1955 Nash Canadian Statesman.
New Members (10155-10180), p. 1.
President's Message, by Derah Black-Day, p. 3.
Secretary's Report, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 4.
Calendar of Events, p. 5.
Treasurer's Financial Report for 2010, by Larry Fournier, p. 6.
2011 Grand NASHional "A Class Reunion", p. 8.
Heritage Preservation (Nash history interview tapes available through club), by Bernard L. Turco, p. 10.
Meet in the Mountains, August 20, 2011, p. 11.
Toys for the less fortunate Children, by John Gumbinger, p. 12.
Letter – Hello from Namibia, by Peter Breitenstein (#3636), p. 13.
Letter – Hello from Switzerland (1948 and 1949 Ambassadors), by Oliver Walker (#9782), p. 13.
Letter – Hello from Germany (1929 Standard Six), by Gerhard Wilkler (#10172), p. 14.
Letter – Hello from Norway (1934 Nash Big Siz), by Juergen Kloeckner, p. 15.
Letter – Hello from Germany (1930 Nash), p. 15.
Story of A Nash Bus, by Don and Loretta Oakley (#502), p. 16.
Our 1955 Nash, by Bruce Fournier (#9954), p. 20.
Where Has the '35 Gone, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 26.
1924 to 1934: 10 Significant Years of Nash Motor's Production (with photos), by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 28.

Volume 42, No. 1 – January-February 2011
Cover Photo, 1950 Nash, 5053 Statesman Custom Brougham.
New Members (10101-10154), p. 2.
Call for nominations for Board Positions, by Peter Koziell (#8732 - Vice President), p. 4.
President's Message, by Derah A. Black-Day (#8135), p. 7.
Secretary's Report (Sep 2010 thru Nov 2010), by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 8.
Rex Fisher, NCCA Secretary, by Rex Fisher (#8765), p. 9.
We remember Don Cory #1032, by Rick Cory, p. 10.
2011 Grand NASHional - Class Reunion, by Rev Milhone (#1258), p. 12.
Events, p. 13.
NCCA Tent at the 2010 Hershey Fall Meet, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 14.
The Nash Gallery News (Dave Schultz donates Nash Memorabilia), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 16.
Brent Havekost's Update Website, by Brent Havekost (#3348), p. 18.
Wabash Valley Region, p. 19.
NCCA Garage Website, by Gary DeYoung (#6196, Editor), p. 20.
Some were saved, Others lost., by Gary DeYoung (#6196, Editor), p. 21.
Letter – Photo of 1931 Nash, Model 881, by Charles Newton (#3778), p. 21.
04 & 08 Ramblers Photos, in Fairbanks AK Museum, by Jim Bracewell (#3756), p. 24.
08 Rambler Photo at Horseless Carriage show - Gordon McGregor #49, by Ray Mathews (#5068), p. 26.
Letter – photo of a Nash truck in Brazil in 1950, by Jose Claudio Spina (#1044), p. 27.
1930 Nash - Miller Funeral Car, by Thomas McPherson, p. 27.
1935 LaFayette in 1951 Wedding Photos, by Gary DeYoung (#6196, Editor), p. 29.
100 Years ago - Nov. 23, 1910, p. 30. Contributed by William H. Ulm #8686.
1920 LaFayette in Norway, by Samng Hornset (#9414), p. 31.
Tech Tip - Installation of reproduction rubber, by Ben Bliss (#5397 NCCA Parts Repo Chairman), p. 35.
Last spring I purchased my first Nash., by Steve Matthews (#10057), p. 36.
Photo: The Lady - Drove a Nash (1940s era photo of beautiful woman posing in front of a Nash, with a poem), p. 39.

Volume 41, No. 6 – November-December 2010
Cover Photo: 1933 Nash Model 1197 Brougham, Jeff Lentz.
President's Message, by Derah A. Black-Day (#8135), p. 2.
2011 Grand NASHional - Class Reunion, by Rev Milhone (#1258), p. 3.
Events, p. 4.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 4.
Secretary's Report, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 5.
General Membership Business Meeting Minutes - July 9, 2010, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 10.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award: Molly Detwiler, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 11.
2010 Bob Aaron Award: Cris and Molly Detwiler, by Charlie Wilson (#4798), p. 12.
Council of NCCA Regions, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 14.
Email Your Regional Event Listing to TNT, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 15.
Sunshine Region - Spirit of the Show, by Sally Noel (#2288), p. 16.
High Plains Region, by LeeAnn Bee, p. 17.
Nash Holiday Gift Set, by Peter Koziell (#8732), p. 18.
Letter: Reminiscences of a 1951 Nash Ambassador, by Andy Beckey (#5136), p. 19.
Letter: Photo and story of a 1951 Ambassador 2-door in Japan, by Hugo Waughmbaugh, p. 20.
Letter: Further on the Photo and story of a 1951 Ambassador 2-door in Japan, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 20.
Letter: 1953 Nash Statesman, by Charlie Smith, p. 21.
Letter: Camping in a 1925 Nash Advance Six, by Jack Frank (#3277), p. 22.
OH-Penn's Tour of Cleveland, A Report on the 2010 Grand Nashional (with photos throughout the issue), by Rex Fisher (#8765), p. 32.
The Great Rambler Race of 2010 (1904 Rambler vs 1928 Rambler bicycle), by Al Ruckey (#7606), p. 43.

Volume 41, No. 5 – September-October 2010
Cover Photo: 1930 Nash Model 481 Cabriolet - William L. Torsch.
New Members (10063-10100), p. 2.
President's Message, by Derah A. Black-Day (#8135), p. 5.
Secretary's Report, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 6.
In Memory – Brian Mckay #5817, by Jim & Dorothy Bracewell (#3756), p. 8.
Calendar of Events, p. 9.
My Hard Starting Nash - A Tech Tip, by Warren Hartle (#7683), p. 9.
Tool Lending Library Gains New Tool – At Least Part of It, by John Niehaus (#7120), p. 10.
The 2011 Nash Calendar, p. 11.
Three Publications for Nash Enthusiasts, by Ralph Marontate (#9087), p. 12.
Responses to query about location of photo of a 1951 Ambassador, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 14.
Letter – Further information about serial number query posed by Jim Dworschack, by Tom Irmick (#7147), p. 14.
Letter – Greetings from Romania, Bucharest! (1937 LaFayette photo), by Iura Cuzmin, p. 15.
Letter – The Nash Haulaway, by Brent Havekost (#3348), p. 16.
Letter – Nash in Local News, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 17.
Bringing Home the New Nash – A Response, by Fred Summers (#4708), p. 18.
Looking for a Good 1948?, by Roland Bosch (#9805), p. 23.
Photo – 1928 Nash, p. 25.
Photo – 1927s in show room, p. 26.
Photo – 1932 Nash, p. 28.
Have you seen this Nash in a Movie? (1929 Nash), p. 29.
Letter – How we became Nash Owners, by Bill & Pam Ziegelmeier (#10092), p. 30.
Saving a 1930 Nash Model 481 Cabriolet, by Bill Torsch (#2145), p. 32.
After 49 Years, this 1948 has a New Home, by Bill & Pam Sturgeon (#10044), p. 43.
Resting in a Museum since the 1960's, by Paul Brodtke (#9719), p. 46.

Volume 41, No. 4 – July-August 2010
Cover Photo: 1927 Nash 224 Light Six Sedan - Robert Cole.
1934-36 Eureka-Nash Commercial Cars, by Tom McPherson.
President's Message, by Derah A. Black-Day (#8135), p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Secretary's Report, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 4.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 5.
Book Review: Ralph Marontate's Charles W. Nash and The Great Cars from Nash Motors, 1902-1957, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 6.
Important Notice to all members residing out of the United States of America, by Larry Fournier, p. 7.
Letter – A family's Nashes (with photos), by Charles C. Wells (#830), p. 8.
Letter – Photos of authors 1909 Rambler, by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 12.
Letter – On babbit type rod bearings, by Dennis Nieman (#98), p. 13.
Letter – A 1904 Rambler Restoration, by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 14.
The Rambler was Boss at Our House (1904 Rambler), by Ben Moser, p. 17.
The Nash Times, at the NCCA Garage web site, p. 18.
Come to the NCCA Garage Website. Here's how..., p. 18.
When they were New: A collection of photographs showing new Nash automobiles, p. 22.
1927 Nash – A Survivor, by Bob Cole (#10028), p. 28.
Noel's Love Affair with the NASH, by Noel A. Dana (#8775), p. 32.
The Rambler Motorcycle, by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 36.
A New Frame Rail For My '50 Ambassador, by Gene Mace (#6008), p. 40.
Do you know this Car?, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 44.
Coffee Cup – Quiz, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 45.
Bringing Home the New Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 46.
Evanston Nash, Inc., by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 47.

Volume 41, No. 3 – May-June 2010
Cover Photo: 1947 Nash 4748 600 Super Slipstream Sedan - Kevin Carter.
In Memory - Carl J. Dawes #4264, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 1.
New Members (10036-10062), p. 2.
President's Message, by Derah A. Black-Day (#8135), p. 4.
Club Secretary Needed, p. 5.
Nash Gallery - Display Vehicles Needed, p. 5.
Club Sales Chairperson Needed, p. 5.
Secretary's Report, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 5.
Letter – with photo of a 1919 Nash taken in 1921, by Charles C. Wells (#830), p. 7.
Elections / Candidate Letters: Peter Koziel #8732, Vice President; Tim Kramer #9456 Eastern Division Director; Brad Olive #9660 Western Division Director, p. 8.
Calendar of Events, p. 10.
2010 Grand Nashional – Cleveland, Ohio, by Rex W. Fisher (#8675, Chairman, OH-Penn Region), p. 11.
Letter – with photo of 1942 Model 4263, by Brent Havekost (#3348), p. 15.
Letter – with photo of Nash Quad in the Snow in Idaho in 1921, by Ken Kafka (#8623), p. 16.
Letter – with three photos of a Nash Quad fire truck, taken 1920-38, by Kent S. Rue (#10032), p. 17.
Letter – with four photos of a 1913 Jeffery Quad Truck, by Kent S. Rue (#10032), p. 18.
A. Sonne Garage in Neepawa, Manitoba, by Terry Quesnel (#4930), p. 21.
How the Nash-Healey Originated, by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 24.
Photo: 1934 Nash Ambulance Model 1290 Series, p. 26.
Photo: 1935 LaFayette with sailor and girlfriend, p. 28.
Photo: 1938 LaFayette with older couple, p. 28.
My New Nash – at Two Recent Car Shows (1948 Ambassador), by Tim Kramer (#9456), p. 29.
1922 Nash Truck in Queensland, Australia, by Bob Rudd (#4083), p. 32.
The Rehrman Family's Nash (1923 Nash Model 694 7-passenger sedan), by Nancy Masimer, p. 34.
Our 1947 Nash – Back Home after 15 Years!, by Kevin Carter (#10011), p. 38.
The 428 – That had to Wait (1929 Standard Six), by Don Jennings (#8245), p. 40.
Nash Metropolitan – Shows it's stuff in Toronto, Canada, by Fred Summers (#4708), p. 43.
Brake Drum Balance, by Paul Supan (#9036), p. 44.
Hurry, I think I Hear a Train Coming!, by Al Ruckey (#7606), p. 46.

Volume 41, No. 2 – March-April 2010
Cover Photo: 1923 Nash Mocel 41 Touring, Buck Depkin.
Events, p. 1.
New Members (10003-10035), p. 2.
Secretary's Report, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 4.
President's Message, by Derah A. Black-Day (#8135), p. 5.
A Nash Calendar for 2011, p. 6.
Be a Part of Something You Enjoy! (candidates sought for club offices), by Peter Koziell (#8732), p. 6.
2010 Grand Nashional - OH-Penn Region Fundraiser Raffle, p. 7.
NCCA 2009 Eastern Nashional (with photos), by Ken and Derah Day (#8135), p. 8.
My Nash is a Big Part of My Family History (1938 Ambassador), by Rory Nichols, p. 17.
Storied Independent Automakers, by Charles K. Hyde (A Nash Book Review), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 22.
Remember When? (photos of assembly line, car hauler, and showroom with 50's Nashes), p. 24. Contributed by Tom McPherson.
The Steam Powered Nash (custom-built 1930 Nash), p. 28.
Framing a '26 Nash, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 33.
How to Replace Your Running Board Rubber - Do-It Yourself Project, by Clarence Becker (#4603), p. 42.
Old Nash Snapshots #27 (1926 Nash Special Six), by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 46.

Volume 41, No. 1 – January-February 2010
Cover Photo: 1930 Nash Model 498, Twin-Ignition Eight.
New Members (9970-10002), p. 2.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 4.
President's Message, by Derah A. Black-Day (#8135), p. 5.
Secretary's Report, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 6.
Calendar of Events, p. 7.
Photo: Couple posing with a 1940 Nash, p. 8.
Photo: Couple posing with a 1926 Advance Six Coupe, p. 9.
Letter – American autos in German Museum, by Wayne Seale (#7334), p. 10.
Letter – Watson Lake Car Show, by Bob & Barbara Nash (#8872), p. 11.
Letter – Old and photos of author's 1904 Rambler, by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 12.
Letter – Old and new photos of writer's 1922 Nash Model 697 Sport Touring, p. 13.
Letter – writer thanks helpful NCCA member (Trevor Johnson) in New Zealand, by Steve Meisner (#5610), p. 14.
Letter – Writers' private car collection welcomes visitors, by Chris and Kathleen Koch (#9990), p. 14.
Our 2009 Grand Nashional Experience, by Sharon & Ted Olson (#8893), p. 16.
Rambler Wrenches, by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 18.
Annual Meet for the Nordic Nash Register, Maarud, Norway (with photos), by Kurt Agdestein, p. 24.
Photos: Nash car in Argentina (1931 Model 898), p. 33.
Photos: Nash car in Argentina (1931 Model 660), p. 33.
2009 Irishmans Rally in New Zealand, by Trevor Johnson, p. 34.
Photo: 1930 Sedan with owner, p. 38.
Photo: Sailor with a 1927 Touring Car, p. 38.
Photo: 1926 Roadster, p. 39.
Photos: 1929 Model 428 and 1929 Standard, p. 39.

Volume 40, No. 6 – November-December 2009
Cover Photo: Healeys at the 2009 Grand NASHional.
New Members (9942-9969), p. 1.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 3.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 4.
Events Calendar, p. 5.
Credit Cards - Discontinued Notice, p. 5.
Lost and Found - Tire Cover, by Terry & Lu Davies (#3667), p. 5.
Secretary's Report, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 6.
Minutes from the 2009 Grand NASHional General Membership Meeting, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 6.
Treasurer's Report, by Gene Mace (#6008), p. 8.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award: Gene Mace, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 10.
2009 Bob Aaron Award - Carl and Gene Dawes, by Charlie Wilson (#4798), p. 11.
How to Use the NCCA Tool Lending Program, by John Niehaus (#7120), p. 12.
The Nash Gallery in the Wisconsin Automotive Museum, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 13.
A Road Trip to the Grand Nashionals, Ohio to California in Our 1939 Nash, by Sally & Dick Noel (#2288), p. 15.
A Closer Look at this Dependable Nash - Technical Information on the '39 Nash, by Doug Noel (#7239), p. 16.
California Calls Nashes - A Report on the Grand Nashional Meet (with photos), by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 19.
2009 Ramble to Yosemite (with photos), by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 33.
Nor Cal Region Celebrates 36 Years, by Connie & Roger Graeber (#81), p. 37.
Gormully and Jeffery Tricycles, by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 40.

Volume 40, No. 5 – September-October 2009
Cover Photo: 1940 Nash Model 4020, Von Hardesty.
Advertisement featuring 1940 Nash and DC-3.
New Members (9911-9941), p. 2.
Secretary's Report, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 4.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 5.
Events, p. 6.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 6.
Credit Card - Discontinued Notice, by Gene Mace (#6008, Treasurer), p. 7.
Advertisements for the 2009 Hershey Fall Car Show, by Cris & Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 7.
Candidate Profile: Derah Day, President, p. 8.
Candidate Profile: Larry Fournier, Treasurer, p. 8.
Candidate Profile: Patrick Schilling, Central Division Director, p. 9.
Information about the "Nash Garage", p. 10.
Buried Nash (1929 Advance Six), by Sid Draper, p. 12.
When They Were New (Photos of 1940 Nashes ready for shipping), by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 15.
Letter with photo of 1918 Nash, by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 16.
Letter with photo of a 1918 Nash 680 Series, by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 17.
Letter with photo of 1923 Nash, by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 17.
Photo of unidentified Nash taken at the Nashional in Kenosha, by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 18.
Letter with photos of Nashes at AACA Southeastern Division National Special Meet in Lebanoan, TN on June 13, by Paul F. Thompson (#9134), p. 18.
Letter with copy of a 1937 service letter regarding the Evans Vacuum Shifter, by Jim Raymond (#9723), p. 21.
Letter – 1948 Suburban restoration story, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 22.
Three letters expressing appreciation for the NCCA web site and scans of TNT back issues, p. 23.
Letter – 1939 Nash ambulance incorrectly identified as a 1940 in the last TNT issue, by Ben Bliss (#5397), p. 23.
Letter – Photo of cars and a dealership promotional item from 1926, by Buck Depkin (#3397), p. 24.
Photo of Couple posing with a 1925 Nash Special Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 26.
Photo of a Couple Posing with a 1929 Nash Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 27.
Photos and Advertisements Featuring 1940 Nashes, by Von Hardesty (#6250), p. 28.
1940 – A Marvelous Year for Nash, by Von Hardesty (#6250), p. 31.
Early Wrecks, by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 37.
Photo of Nash involved in an endurance test of the Nash engine, p. 40. Contributed by Mark Abare.
Mysterious Rambler Radios, by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 42.
The Empty Carburetor Fuel Bowl and Hard Starting, by Al Ruckey (#7606), p. 44.
A Moment Preserved (1931 Nash pictured with family), by Gary DeYoung, p. 46.
Advertisements featuring 1940 Nashes, p. 53.

Volume 40, No. 4 – July-August 2009
Cover Photo: 1938 Nash LaFayette Model 3810.
New Members (9887-9910), p. 1.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 3.
Secretary's Report, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 4.
Book "The History and Story of Panelcraft Ltd" Offered Through Club Sales, by Dick Matson (#3222), p. 4.
Treasurer's Summary Report, p. 5.
In Memory of Tom Watson, by Stan Thomas (#3908), p. 6.
Calendar of Events, p. 6.
Niagra Frontier Region: 2009 Eastern Nashionals, Batavia, NY, p. 7.
Letter with 3 photos (1931 Ambassador, 1913 Rambler, 1947 4760 and 1948 4871), by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 8.
Letter with photos of Suburban in a wrecking yard, by Dale Wells (#5507), p. 10.
Letter with photos of a 1940 ambulance with Miller body, by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 11.
Letter: SoCal Region web site, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 12.
Letter regarding Nash pole cars and a 1928 Nash Cabriolet in St. Louis, by Fred Summers (#4807), p. 12.
Letter on Nash dealership site, and author's newly acquired 1929 Standard Six, by John Kaeppel (#8846), p. 12.
Letter regarding author's 1929 Nash and broadcaster Paul Harvey's 1938 LaFayette, by Dick H. Kimball (#1065), p. 12.
Letter with tech tips for 1939 LaFayette and similar cars, by Fred Wyn (#6672), p. 13.
A Family Affair: Clarence & Nancy Becker's 1938 LaFayette, by Clarence Becker (and Al Ruckey), p. 14.
A History of the A.J. Miller Company and Their Nash Professional Cars From 1926 to 1938, by Thomas A. McPherson, p. 20.

Volume 40, No. 3 – May-June 2009
Cover Photo: 1946 Nash 600 Slipstream Sedan.
New Members (9850-9886), p. 2.
Photo: Old Dealership, Wauwatosa, Wisc., p. 4.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 6.
Secretary's Report, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 7.
In Memory - Bob DeWester #2357, p. 7.
2009 Eastern Nashionals - Niagra Frontier Region, by Ken & Derah Day (#8135), p. 8.
Volunteer Needed for NCCA President, by Peter Koziell (#8732), p. 9.
Events Calendar, p. 10.
2009 Grand NASHional, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 11.
Letters regarding date and location (Boston) of dealership photo in previous issue., p. 14.
Letter regarding "pole cars" with photos, by Stu Coleman (#5751), p. 15.
Letter and old photo regarding a 1925 Nash, by C.E. Coppler (#9366), p. 15.
Letter regarding family who worked for Nash, by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 16.
Letter regarding identification of meet location and car in photo published in previous issue, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 17.
Letter with photo regarding 1929 Nash Standard Six, by Alex Danber (#7478), p. 17.
Letter with photos: David Warn, Turlock, California Nash dealer, by Paul E. Jevert (#5408), p. 18.
Letter with photos: 1925 Nash Special Six Model 134, by Paul E. Jevert (#5408), p. 18.
Letter with photos: 1928 Nash Advanced Six, by Paul E. Jevert (#5408), p. 18.
1946 Nash - Survivor, by Mike Wennin (#4873), p. 19.
1928 Nash 322, with Green Fenders, by Jack Frank (#3277), p. 23.
The 1902 Rambler Replica Story, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 26.
Keeping Your Early Rambler Up-To-Date, by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 34.
A Nash Steamer?, by Fred Summers (#4708), p. 38.
Old Nash Snapshots #25 – 1930 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 42.
Old Nash Snapshots #25 – 1929 Nash Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 43.

Volume 40, No. 2 – March-April 2009
Cover Photo: 1929 Nash Model 422 Standard Six.
New Members (9821-9849), p. 2.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 5.
Heritage Preservation, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 6.
Secretary's Report, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 6.
Support for NCCA Library, by Dave Siringer (#6052), p. 7.
Region Events, p. 8.
2009 GRAND NASHional, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 9.
Photos: Putting on the First Miles - 1929 Nash Special Six Model 440, by Tary DeYoung, p. 12.
Letter: 1957 Rambler Revisits Site of Owner's First Date with Wife 50 Years Ago, by Don Oakley (#502), p. 13.
Letter: Passing of Richard "Dick" O'Brien, by Gary M. Lee (#6395), p. 13.
Photos of two 1940 de Sakhnoffsky Nashes, by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 15.
Restoring a Nash Quad, by Ken Kafka (#8623), p. 17.
Decorating Your Rambler, by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 20.
NCCA Website / Web Pages, p. 23.
Steam Bending Wood - An Easy-to-Do Tech Tip, by Dennis Nieman, p. 24.
Photo: Nash Dealership in Late 1950s, p. 26.
P.F. (Fred) Thompson's 1929 Model 422 Cabriolet Restoration, by P.F. (Fred) Thompson (#9134), p. 28.
Letter and Photo: 1948 Nash Ambassador, by Paul and Ines Lapierre (#9334), p. 47.

Volume 40, No. 1 – January-February 2009
Cover Photo: 1922 Nash Model 69, Reggie Nash #5.
Photo: 1929 Nash Model 425, by Richard H. Kimball.
New Members (9798-9820), p. 2.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 4.
Secretary's Report, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 5.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 5.
2009 GRAND NASHional - Update, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 7.
NCCA Website / Web Pages, p. 11.
Photos: 1935 Nash LaFayette, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 12.
Ken and Mary Ann Havekost - Celebrating Our 50th, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 13.
Remember When ? (Pole Cars), by Fred Summers (#4708), p. 14.
Letter: Visit to Nash Kenosha Plant in 1936, by Charles C. Wells, p. 15.
Letter: Nash-related memories, by James R. Tyler, p. 16.
Thermostat Housing Reproduction, by Doug Noel (#7239), p. 16.
1922 Nash Model 697, by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 18.
Nashing and Gnawing Down Under, by Rod Rush (#8000), p. 21.
Panelcraft Sheet Metal Co., Builders of the Nash-Healey (Story with photos), by Ann Hulme, p. 27.
Rambler Tandem Bicycles (1894-1901), by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 33.
32nd Annual SoCal Nash Chili Feed and White Elephant Auction, by Joe Smith (#9724), p. 36.
Head Pipe Alignment, by Rev Milhone (#1258), p. 39.
How to "bench check" a Nash water pump, by Paul Supan (#9036), p. 41.
Removal of Brake Fluid Stains on Interior Fabric Surfaces, by Kathy Bergh, p. 41.
Many Short Tech Tips, by Kathy Bergh, p. 42.

Volume 39, No. 6 – November-December 2008
Cover Photo: 2008 Grand NASHional Meet.
New Members (9765-9797), p. 2.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 5.
Secretary's Report, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 6.
Minutes from the 2008 Grand NASHional General Membership Meeting, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 7.
Photo: 1932 Sedan, p. 9.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 10.
Letter – 1954 Ambassador, by Don & Barbara Benson, p. 10.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award for 2008 (Glenn Hunsucker), p. 11.
2009 Grand NASHional, p. 12.
NCCA Parts Reproduction Program Receives financial gift from the PNW Region, by Gene Mace (#6008), p. 15.
Roster of NCCA Lifetime Members, by Kurt E. Meister (#1751), p. 16.
The Hydro-Car [1900 Rambler prototype], by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 17.
The 2008 NCCA Grand Nashional (with color photos), by Doug Noel (#7239), p. 20.
Photo: Parade with Nash touring car leading two Nash trucks, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 37.
Old Nash Snapshots #24 – 1929 Nash Standard Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 38.
Old Nash Snapshots #24 – 1926 Nash Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 38.
Old Nash Snapshots #24 – 1927 Cabriolet with Moto-Meter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 39.
Old Nash Snapshots #24 – 1940 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 39.
Photo: Two men with Nash tub in a service bay, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 40.
Two Show Reports [Cannibal Cruise, CA & Lake Watson, AZ], by Bob & Barbara Nash (#8872), p. 41.

Volume 39, No. 5 – September-October 2008
Cover Photo: 1909 Rambler Model 44, Reggie Nash #5.
New Members (9729-9764), p. 2.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 5.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 6.
Secretary's Report, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 6.
Putting on the First Miles [Photos of 1927 Nash], by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 7.
Treasurer's Summary Financial Report for 2007, p. 8.
1909 Rambler Gets New Home, by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 11.
Letter – More Photos of Miss Los Angeles with 1926 Nash, by Brent Havekost (#3348), p. 14.
Letter – Comments on photo of an unusual 1920's Nash, by Ben Bliss (#5397), p. 17.
Letter – "Smashed Nash", a '35-'36 sedan, by Steve Hayes (#7977), p. 17.
Letter – Photo of 1932 Nash Model 991, by Steve Hayes (#7977), p. 18.
Ben Mathews #5068 (memorial), by Dennis McAllister (#188), p. 19.
Letter – PNW Region Meeting, by John Gumbinger, p. 19.
1940 Nash Playcar – Untold Story, by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 20.
Count Alexis de Sakhnoffsky 1901-1964, p. 21.
Rambler Delivery Trucks, by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 22.
Photo of a 1929 Nash, Advance Six, Model 470, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 26.
Old Nash Snapshots #23 – 1950 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 28.
Old Nash Snapshots #23 – 1936 LaFayette, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 28.
Old Nash Snapshots #23 – 1937 LaFayette, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 29.
Old Nash Snapshots #23 – 1929 Nash Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 29.
The Trials and Tribulations Associated with Owning a Nash Assembled in Australia, by Alec McCracken (#9559), p. 30.
Photo with 1935-36 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 44.
The Rise and Fall of the Nash 400, by John Cope, p. 46.

Volume 39, No. 4 – July-August 2008
Cover Photo: 1904 Rambler Model L, Reggie Nash #5.
New Members (9699-9728), p. 2.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 5.
Secretary's Report, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 6.
Nash Gallery News, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 7.
A New Reproduction Project – Tub Bumper Center Seam Covers, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 8.
Letter – Mountain Top Car Show, Prescott, AZ, by Bob & Barbara Nash (#8872), p. 10.
Letter – Family Photo with '51 Ambassdor, by David R. Bompage (#7355), p. 10.
Letter – 1952 Statesman with Bill of Sale, by Emery Toups (#8111), p. 11.
Letter – Nash Advertising Artist Howard Scott, by Don Loper (#128), p. 13.
My 1904 Rambler (That was driven by Fred Dusenberg), by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 15.
Photo: 1923-24 Nash Victoria or Nash built LaFayette, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 19.
Photo: Miss Los Angeles for 1926, with 1926 Special Six Roadster, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 20.
Photo: Cliff Henderson's Second St. Garage, ca. 1920, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 22.
My Experiences at Nash During WWII, by F. Richard 'Dick' Kishline (#8369), p. 23.
15,000 Mile Club [ca. 1908], by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 28.
Final Days of the Nash Plant in El Segunda, California, p. 30.
Letter – 1932 Nash 1081R Cabriolet, by Jeff Lentz (#4508), p. 41.

Volume 39, No. 3 – May-June 2008
Cover Photo: 1952 Nash-Healey Roadster, Al Ruckey #7606.
1956 Nash Ambassador, by Randy & Nell Owen (#9321).
New Members (9679-9698), p. 2.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 4.
Secretary's Report, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 5.
Message from NCCA Treasurer, by Gene Mace (#6008), p. 5.
Grand NASHional Update, p. 6.
Sunshine Regional Meet, by Marlene Egan, p. 8.
Development of New Region in Western Division, by Mike Lovell (#9602), p. 8.
Letters – "Top Sergeant of Industry" memoir of Arthur Heinrich, by Neal White (#3417), p. 9.
Letters – Mechanics, by Charles Sachs (#903), p. 9.
Letters – Milwaukee Nash Production, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 10.
Letters – Nash Fire Truck, by Michael Bailey, p. 10.
Letters – 1951 Nash Wreck from Yosemite, p. 11.
The Factory – Postcards of Rambler, Jeffery and Nash Production Plants, by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 12.
Meet Agne Karlsson, Of Ljungsbro Sweden, and Another Saved Nash, by Agne Karlsson, p. 18.
Original Nash Advertising Artwork, by Rev Milhone (#1258), p. 19.
Photo: The A. Sonne Garage in Manitoba, Canada, p. 20. Contributed by Gary DeYoung.
Overflow Tank, by Cris Detwiler (#8112), p. 22.
Nash Pennants, by Cris Detwiler, p. 22.
1957 Nash Ambassador, by Randy & Nell Owen (#9321), p. 25.
Photos: Pell Lake, Wisconsin – Home of a Family that Loved Nash Cars, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 27.
Old Nash Snapshots #22 [1929 Nashes], by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 32.
Old Nash Snapshots #22 [1932 Nash], by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 33.

Volume 39, No. 2 – March-April 2008
Cover Photo: Nash Cars at the Auburn Inn, Home of the 2008 Grand NASHional.
New Members (9656-9678), p. 2.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 4.
Secretary's Report, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 4.
The Grand NASHional Meet for 2008, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 5.
What is Happening to Club Sales – Sales?, by Dick Matson (#3222), p. 6.
Bylaws Voting Results, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 6.
NCCA Chairman Needed, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 7.
Walton Bros. Nash, Phone 15, Newton, Kansas – My association with Nash Automobiles, and my friend Jacques Harguindegu, by Jim Walton (#5762), p. 10.
How the Bracewell's got interested (and involved) in Nash & the NCCA, by Jim & Dorothy Bracewell (#3756), p. 13.
Nash Lapel Pins, p. 17.
NASH CARS and The Stumpf Family, by Ralph Stumpf (#1438), p. 18.
Photo: Nash dealership, by John Koziol (#86), p. 20.
Photo: Ted Stanke and his '29 Nash, p. 21. Contributed by Gary DeYoung.
Old Nash Snapshots #21: '26 through '32, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 22.
In My Youth [Family car photos], by Dick Matson (#3222), p. 24.
Photo: 1940 Nash, by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 25.
Keeping the Rambler Cool [early Rambler radiators], by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 26.
Nash First-Aid Kit, by Cris Detwiler (#8112), p. 32.
In Memory – Bob Loudon, by Bob Loudon, Jr., p. 34.
Our Friend Bob Loudon, by Jim Bracewell (#3756), p. 35.
1951 Nash in Malaysia, by Mahindren Supramaniam (Manager, GAC Malaysia), p. 36. Contributed by David Hitchman (#8933).
Seaman Body Lines – An Employee Magazine For Workers at Seaman Body Corp., by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 37.

Volume 39, No. 1 – January-February 2008
Cover Photo: 1929 Nash Model 420 in La Breda, Netherlands, Henk van Wijngaarden #9479.
New Members (9624-9655), p. 2.
Secretary's Report, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 4.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 7.
Nash Gallery: C.W. Nash's Photo, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 9.
Letters – Responses to Photo Context in last issue of TNT, p. 10.
Letters – Keeneland Concours d'Elegance, by Frank Beach, p. 11.
Nash Auto Lamp Kits, by Cris Detwiler (#8112), p. 12.
A Tech Tip for our Members [removing frozen nuts & bolts], by Jim Walton (#5762), p. 13.
Nash Fights for Market Share in Holland [auto importer ad], p. 14. Contributed by Fred Summers (#4708).
A Very Unusual Car Show [Whitney Snyder, Nash metalurgist], by Don Loper (#128), p. 17.
Car from Inside front Cover ['56 Rambler], by James H. Burns, p. 20.
Two Nash Cars (from Inside back Cover) [#1 '51 Ambassador], by Frank Huml (#7002), p. 21.
Two Nash Cars (from Inside back Cover) [#2 '29 Standard Six], by Frank Huml (#7002), p. 21.
Two Nash Automobiles – Off To Work [#1 '37 camera car], by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 22.
Two Nash Automobiles – Off To Work [#2 '26 ambulance], by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 22.
The Winner who wanted a Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 23.
Early Ramblers in Miniature [models], by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 26.
A Reminder from the NCCA Tool Lending Chairman, by John Niehaus (#7120, Tool Lending Program Chairman), p. 29.
Nash Dinners, by Al Kiernan (#8311), p. 30.
Restoration of a 1929 Nash in La Breda, Netherland, by Henk van Wijngaarden (#9479), p. 36.

Volume 38, No. 6 – November-December 2007
Cover Photo: 1957 Nash Cars at the Grand NASHional Meet.
Letter – Safety Features, 1957. Contributed by J.W. Magner.
New Members (9574-9623), p. 2.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 6.
Secretary's Report, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 7.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 8.
Letter – Photo with Iraqi King with Nash, by Richard Calver (#7648), p. 10.
Letter – James T. Wilson, Nash Director, by Dave Siringer (#6052), p. 10.
Letter – James T. Wilson, Nash Director, by Kevin & Patti O'Connel (#9595. Wilson's grandson), p. 10.
Letter – clippings about James T. Wilson, Nash Director, by Don Loper (#128), p. 11.
Letter – 1919 Model 681, by Steve & Dixie McNeely (#9462), p. 12.
Letter – 1918-1921 Nash Six, by Stephen W. Hayes (#7977), p. 12.
Letter – 1918-1921 Nash, by Charles C. Wells (#830), p. 13.
Letter – Suggests establishing a list of repair shops, by Charles H. Sachs (#903), p. 15.
Keeping the Rambler Out of the Darkness [headlamps], by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 17.
Grand Nashional - 2007 - Andover, MA (with color photos), by William H. Lenharth (#2189), p. 25.
Photos: 1948 Nash 600 Super, by Alan Egelseer (#6595), p. 35.
Old Nash Snapshots #20 – 1925 Nash Advanced Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 36.
Old Nash Snapshots #20 – 1929 Standard 420, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 36.
Old Nash Snapshots #20 – 1924 Nash Roadster, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 36.
Old Nash Snapshots #20 – 1934 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 36.
Old Nash Snapshots #20 – 1926 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 36.

Volume 38, No. 5 – September-October 2007
Cover Photo: 1954 Nash Ambassador LeMans, Rex King #8509.
New Members (9543-9573), p. 2.
Secretary's Report, by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 5.
2007 Thomas B. Jeffery Award (Doug Patton), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 8.
2007 Bob Aaron Award (Terry Davies), by Charlie Wilson (#4798), p. 9.
Remembrances of Neil Black #338, by Skip Vollmer (#3526), p. 10.
Macungie: A Northwest Regional Report, by Lloyd Dunn (#483), p. 11.
Vince Ruffolo: Nash Contributions, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 12.
Letters – Nash Race Cars, by Joel H. Shannon (#189), p. 13.
Letter – '49 Nash Photo Identification, by Doug Noel (#7239), p. 13.
A Letter from a Visitor – to the 2007 Grand Nashional Meet, by Douglas J. Hillmann, p. 14.
Letter – "Knock-off Pullers", by Don Bowker (#6484), p. 15.
Our Red 1954 Ambassador, by Rex & Winnie King, p. 16.
A 1955 Nash LeMans, by Warren & Jane Sheppick (#7358), p. 18.
Letter – '49 Nash Photo Identification, by Jerry Welden (#3968), p. 19.
Letter – Racine Parade, by Tom Creecy (#9254), p. 19.
Putting on the First Miles - Photos of '34 Nash with King of Iraq, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 20.
A Romance – with Nash ('37 LaFayette Photo), by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 21.
A Romance – with Nash ('27 Advanced Six Photo), by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 21.
Ramblers on the Rails, by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 22.
Body Work on the Nash "600", by A.T. Carpenter, p. 24. Contributed by Jim Dworschack #1.
Photo: Early Nash Touring Car [1918-1921], by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 26.
AMC V8 Engines, by Mike Sealey, p. 29. Contributed by David Zatz.
Old Nash Snapshots #19 – 1926-27 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 36.
Old Nash Snapshots #19 – 1932 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 36.
Old Nash Snapshots #19 – 1929 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 37.
Road Racing the Nash Ambassador, by George H. Poske, p. 38. Contributed by Richard Kimball (#1065).
2007 Thomas B. Jeffery Award Recipient Doug Patton #7927 – Thank you Letter, by Doug Patton (#7927), p. 42.
Watson Lake Car Show and Swap Meet, by Bob Nash (#8872), p. 43.
Photo of J. T. Wilson, Vice President of the Nash Motors Co., p. 45.

Volume 38, No. 4 – July-August 2007
Cover Photo: 1951 Nash Rambler Convertible, Bob Wilmoth #5121.
New Members (9524-9542), p. 2.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 4.
Nash Museum Request, by Rev Milhone (#1258), p. 5.
Remembrances of Neil Stillman Black #388 (1939-2007), p. 6.
Letter – Reply to Letter Concerning Kelly Allen's Australian '34 LaFayette, by Fred Summers (#4708), p. 15.
Letter – Swap Meet Sighting ['34 LaFayette], by Fred Summers (#4708), p. 16.
Letter – '36 LaFayette Convertible in Namibia, by Peter Breitenstein (#3636), p. 18.
Letter – '36 LaFayette Business Coupe, by Ross King (#8433), p. 19.
1951 Nash Rambler Convertible, by Frank Swygert, p. 20.
1951 Nash Rambler Convertible, by Bob Wilmoth (#1383), p. 21.
Tech Tip – Using a "wheel knocker" to remove wood spoke wheels, by Bob Westervelt (#5819), p. 24.
1948 Nash Coupe (photo on rear cover), by Robert & Barbara Nash (#8872), p. 24.
Putting on the First Miles [Photos of 1926 Nash], by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 25.
Photo: 1927 Nash Models at Car Show, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 26.
A Romance – with Nash ['24 Nash 600 Series], by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 28.
A Romance – with Nash ['51 Rambler wagon], by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 28.
My 1948 Nashes, by George Beckmann (#897), p. 29.
Our 1941 Nash Ambassador, by Joe & Shirley Porter (#8029), p. 31.
Letter – 1951 Ambassador, by Bill & Marlene Wagner (#8034), p. 33.
The Rambler Tilting Body, by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 34.
Reflections and Reminiscences, Part 7 (Final), by Vernon O. Anderson, p. 37.
1937 Nash Ambassador Six: Charlie Nash's Legacy to His Successor, by Arch Brown (#1669), p. 42.
Old Nash Snapshots #18 – '31 Ambassador, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 44.
Old Nash Snapshots #18 – '26 Nash Roadster, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 44.
Old Nash Snapshots #18 – '28 Nash Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 44.
Old Nash Snapshots #18 – '38 LaFayette, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 45.
Old Nash Snapshots #18 – 1949 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 45.

Volume 38, No. 3 – May-June 2007
Cover Photo: 1957 Nash Ambassador Custom, John Sanchez #9139.
New Members (9475-9523), p. 1.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 5.
Remembering Bill Bohrn, by Doug Brothers (#3550), p. 6.
NCCA Financial Report 2006, by Gene Mace (#6008, Treasurer), p. 7.
The 2007 Grand NASHional, by Peter & Natalie Koziell (#8732), p. 8.
Photos: 1957 Nash Ambassador Custom, John & Victoria Sanchez #9139, by John & Victoria Sanchez (#9139), p. 13.
Photos: 1934 Nash Model 1220, Tom Brough #9455, by Tom Brough (#9455), p. 13.
Photos: 1922 Nash Model 691, Danny & Patti Dawes #8940, by Danny & Patti Dawes (#8940), p. 14.
Photo: 1948 Nash Ambassador Model 4863, Danny & Patti Dawes #8940, by Danny & Patti Dawes (#8940), p. 14.
Letter – Early Rambler Script Pin with Envelope, by Rod Sabacky (#4742), p. 16. Contributed by Ed Grace.
Letter – Early Rambler Script Pin with Envelope, by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 16.
Rambler Spare Wheel, by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 17.
A Wrecked New Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 20.
Photo: 1932 Nash Drives by Wrecked 1930 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 24.
Old Nash Snapshots #18 – 1941 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 25.
Old Nash Snapshots #18 – 1940 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 25.
Old Nash Snapshots #18 – 1929 Nash in a Repair Shop, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 25.
Old Nash Snapshots #18 – 1941 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 28.
Old Nash Snapshots #18 – 1941 Nash Convertible, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 28.
Reflections and Reminiscences, Part 6, by Vernon O. Anderson, p. 29.
Nash Roadster – 21 Years Old, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 40.
Where Did All the Nashes Go?, by Fred Summers (#4708), p. 42.
Spare Tire Hold Down Bracket, by Dave Siringer (#6052), p. 44.

Volume 38, No. 2 – March-April 2007
Cover Photo: 1932 Nash Model 1092R, Jeff Lentz #4508, by Jeff Lentz (#4508).
Nash Race Cars, by Bob Wilmoth (#1383).
New Members (9459-9474), p. 2.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 3.
George V. Koehler #861 (memorial), by Shawn Koehler, p. 4.
Elections for 2007, by Chuck Magner (#587, Vice President), p. 4.
Part Reproduction Project (1942-'51 door hinges), by Jim Corcoran, p. 4.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award for 2006 (Gary DeYoung), p. 5.
The 2007 Grand NASHional, by Peter & Natalie Koziell (#8732), p. 7.
Old Nash Snapshots #17 – Early Nash Touring Car, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 10.
Old Nash Snapshots #17 – 1924 Australian Nash Touring, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 10.
Old Nash Snapshots #17 – 1950-'52 Rambler, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 11.
Old Nash Snapshots #17 – 1929 Nash Model 435, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 11.
Nash Gallery News, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 12.
A Romance – with Nash: 1950 Rambler, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 13.
A Romance – with Nash: 1952-'54 Statesman, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 13.
Letter – 1934 LaFayette in Australia, by Kelly Allen, p. 14.
Letter – Nash Dealership Site, Petersburg, VA, by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 15.
Letter – Three Photos of Two Cars, #1: 1928 Nash Advance Six, by Paul E. Jevert (#5408), p. 16.
Letter – Three Photos of Two Cars, #2: 1936 LaFayette, by Paul E. Jevert (#5408), p. 16.
Letter – Difference between 1939 Nash 6 and 8, by Charles Newton (#3778), p. 17.
Letter – Difference between 1939 Nash 6 and 8, by Tom Irmick (#7147), p. 18.
Letter – Difference between 1939 Nash 6 and 8, by Fred Schutt (#4854), p. 18.
Letter – Difference between 1939 Nash 6 and 8, by Doug Noel (#7239), p. 18.
Letter – Difference between 1939 Nash 6 and 8, by Ralph Stumpf (#1438), p. 19.
Photo: 1934 LaFayette, by Ralph Stumpf (#1438), p. 19.
Photo: 1940 LaFayette, by Ralph Stumpf (#1438), p. 19.
1935 Nash Senior Series Cars, by Eric O. Nelson, Jr. (#4290), p. 20.
Rambler Accelerator Ring, by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 22.
Likes Speed – Buys a Nash! (1932 Nash 999), p. 24. Contributed by Brent Havekost.
Photo: 1932 Nash 999, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 24.
My 1950 Nash, by Clarence Becker (#4603), p. 26.
Classic Cars [about Clarence & Nancy Becker's 1950 Ambassador], p. 30.
A Rare Nash – 1932 Model 1092R Coupe, by Jeff Lentz (#4508), p. 40.
"M-3" a 1924 Nash Powered Train, by Lance Myers, p. 41.

Volume 38, No. 1 – January-February 2007
Cover Photo: 1936 LaFayette, Ron & Judy Brooks #3610.
New Members (9425-9458), p. 2.
A Message From the NCCA Treasurer, by Gene Mace (#6008), p. 4.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 5.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 6.
The 2007 Grand NASHional, by Peter & Natalie Koziell (#8732), p. 8.
Letter – Arkansas Car Show, by Robby Lowery (#8634), p. 9.
Letter – 1937 Ambassador Eight in Australia, by Roley Norgaard, p. 10.
Letter – Airflyte Styling, by Ralph Marontate (#9087), p. 11.
Miller Built Funeral Cars [on 1930 Nash platform], p. 12. Contributed by Gary DeYoung.
Glacier Traversed By Nashes! The NCCA's 2006 Grand NASHional Meet (with color photos), by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 17.
What You Should Know About Clutches, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 29.
Fixing a Fuel Gauge Problem, by Paul Knauth (#8905), p. 30.
Mascot Musing: The 1934 Nash Mascot Mystery, p. 31.
Old Nash Snapshots #16 – 1939 Ambassador Six or Eight, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 34.
Old Nash Snapshots #16 – 1926 Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 35.
Old Nash Snapshots #16 – 1940 Model 4010, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 35.
Old Nash Snapshots #16 – 1942 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 35.
Old Nash Snapshots #16 – 1927 Roadster, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 35.
G & J Bicycle Lamps [1886-1897], by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 36.
Rambler Script Pins, by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 39.
Photo: 1929 Nash Special Six in Houston, Texas, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 41.
1931 Nash With "Mono-Drive" [automatic transmission], p. 42. Contributed by Gary DeYoung (#6196).

Volume 37, No. 6 – November-December 2006
Cover Photo: 1940 Nash, de Sakhnoffsky Convertible, Reggie Nash #5.
New Members (9380-9424), p. 2.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 5.
Outgoing Secretary's Report, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 7.
Letter – '30s Nash Modified to Run on Kerosene, by Charles E. Depkin (#3397), p. 11.
Book Review: "Hunting and Fishing, from A to Zern", by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 12.
Letter – 1947 Nash Ambassador Limo, by Brent Havekost (#3348), p. 12.
Letter – 1957 Rebel Book, by William H. Lenharth (#2189), p. 12.
Letter – Watson Lake Car Show, Prescott, AZ, by Robert Nash (#8872), p. 13.
The 2007 Grand NASHional, by Peter & Natalie Koziell (#8732), p. 14.
Monteal to Mexico – In a 1924 Nash! [old vacation photo album], by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 15.
Photos: 1909 Rambler Model 44A, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 26.
Old Nash Snapshots #15 – 1935 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 28.
Old Nash Snapshots #15 – '39 Ambassador, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 28.
Old Nash Snapshots #15 – 1927 Nash Advance Six Coupe, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 29.
Old Nash Snapshots #15 – 1926 Nash Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 29.
The First "Rambler" [G & J bicycles 1884-93], by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 30.
Easter Region Nashional 2006 (with photos), by Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 34.
Photo: Old Ramber Wagon, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 45.

Volume 37, No. 5 – September-October 2006
Cover Photo: 1937 Nash Model 3722, Jim & Dorothy Bracewell #3756.
Photo: Nash Dealership in Elko, NV, 1927.
New Members (9361-9379), p. 1.
Election Results, by Chuck Magner (#587, Vice President), p. 2.
Editor's Note, p. 3.
Letter – First Date in a '48 Nash 600, p. 4. Contributed by Tom Irmick (#7147).
Letter – Charles W. Nash Elementary School, Kenosha WI, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
NCCA Sales Items, p. 5.
Old Nash Snapshots #14 – Pre-1925 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 6.
Old Nash Snapshots #14 – 1928 Special Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 6.
Old Nash Snapshots #14 – 1928 Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 6.
Nash Cars – Gone To Work: 1932 2nd Series Nash Ambulance, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 8.
Nash Cars – Gone To Work: 1932 1st Series Nash Ambulance, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 8.
Photo: 1947 Nash Ambassador Limousine, p. 9.
Photo: 1937 LaFayette Driving Through a Redwood Tree, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 9.
Wabash Valley Region Visits Auburn, Indiana, by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 10.
At The Racine Wisconsin Fourth of July Parade, by Tom Creecy (#9254), p. 15.
My First Rambler [1904 Model H], by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 18.
The Historic Trails Region, by David L. Anderson, p. 20.
Friendships and Restorations, by Paul Knauth (#8905), p. 22.
Photo: 1921 Nash 681, possibly in South Africa, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 26.
Six - Four - Six - Six - Eight - Eight - Eight - Six - Six - Six - Six - Eight – An Overview of Nash Engine Genealogy, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 27.
Nash Fabric Disks, by Bob Westervelt (#5819), p. 40.

Volume 37, No. 4 – July-August 2006
Cover Photo: 1931 Nash Model 871.
Old Nash Snapshots #13 – 1929 Standard Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196).
The 2006 Grand Nashional Ramble and Lodging Information, by Jim Keller (#8340), p. 1.
New Members (9336-9360), p. 2.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 4.
John Oakes Jr. (#3525) – A Wagonload of Memories, by William H. Lenharth (#2189), p. 5.
New Tool at NCCA Tool Lending Library [Steering wheel puller, for models through 1948], by Ben Bliss (#5397), p. 6.
2006 Grand Nashional "Ramblin' Thru the Rockies", by Jim Keller (#8340), p. 8.
Secretary's Report, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 10.
Nash Car Club of America: Treasurer's 2005 Annual Report, p. 11.
1928 Nash Ambulance, p. 12.
Letter – New Member with Two Nash Cars ['50 Ambassador, '34 Big Six], by Ed Oczkewicz (#9264), p. 14.
Story of Front Cover Car [1931 Model 871], by Terje Vadset (#8566), p. 16.
Photos: Nash 3018 2-Ton Truck, by Jim Benjaminson, p. 19.
Photos: Two Early Nash Cars [ca. 1918-21], by Jim Benjaminson, p. 22.
Our 1927 Nash Roadster, by Albert Clarke (#6841), p. 23.
A Family That Kept Their Nash, by John & Donna Koziol (#86), p. 25.
Old Nash Snapshots #13 – 1929 Special Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 26.
Old Nash Snapshots #13 – 1926 or '27 Sedan, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 26.
Old Nash Snapshots #13 – 1925 Sedan, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 27.
Old Nash Snapshots #13 – 1927 Nash Cabriolet, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 27.
Parts Tip on the Nash 1940-1942 Rubber Lower Inner Control Arm Bushing, by Tom Irmick (#7147), p. 28.
Brown's Auction, by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 29.
Trunk Show [collapsible trunk for '30-'31 models], by Fred Summers (#4708), p. 32.
Photo: Santa Ana, CA, March 10, 1933 Earthquake Damage [to Nash dealership], by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 35.
Reflections and Reminiscences, Part 5, by Vernon O. Anderson, p. 36.
Nash Cars – From Times Past [3 photos of pre-1925 Nash cars], by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 45.

Volume 37, No. 3 – May-June 2006
Cover Photo: 1931 Nash Model 898, Gunnar Garen #7310.
New Members (9314-9335), p. 2.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 4.
More Photos of a 1924 Nash Hearse, by Claude Minge, p. 5.
The Short Life of a 1060 Seaman Body, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 6.
2006 Grand Nashional, by Jim Keller (#8340), p. 9.
An Appeal to NCCA Members & Friends [Nash Heritage Preservation], by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 10.
High Plains Region Activities, by Gary M. Lee (#6395), p. 11.
Candidate Profiles: Chuck Magner #587, Molly Detwiler #8112, John F. Palese #6319, Gordon McGregor #49, p. 13.
A Letter from the NCCA's LTM Chairman, by Kurt E. Meister (#1751), p. 14.
NCCA Lifetime Membership Roster, by Kurt E. Meister (#1751), p. 15.
A Nash Story from Western Norway, by Gunnar Garen (#7310), p. 16.
Calling with a Question [photo of phone-equipped 1941 Convertible], by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 21.
Our 1932 Nash Story, by Steve Keyser (#9262), p. 22.
1953 Nash-Healey runs in the 2005 Mille Atunno, by Maurita & John Walton (#5762), p. 24.
Members On-line study Nash Horseshoe Bag [unusual accessory], by Bob Dunker, p. 27.
Old Nash Snapshots #12 – 1932, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 28.
Old Nash Snapshots #12 – 1929 Special Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 28.
Old Nash Snapshots #12 – 1928 Standard Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 29.
Sole Survivor '42 Nash Ambassador, by Kevin Hogan, p. 30.
Reflections and Reminiscences, Part 4, by Vernon O. Anderson, p. 35.
Stolen 1953 Nash-Healey, by Jerry Hall, p. 43.
Nash Cars – From Times Past: 1940 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 44.
Nash Cars – From Times Past: 1937 Ambassador 8, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 44.
Nash Cars – From Times Past: 1929 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 45.
Nash Cars – From Times Past: 1942 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 45.

Volume 37, No. 2 – March-April 2006
Cover Photo: 1922 Nash Model 691, Neil Cox #9024.
New Members (9291-9313), p. 2.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 4.
Update on Elections and NCCA Positions, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 4.
Robert J. Cosgrove (memorial), by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 6.
Long Time NCCA Member is Gone (Fenton Meredith, #112), by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 7.
Another Letter on Bob Cosgrove, by Vince Ruffolo (#30), p. 7.
Sunshine Region Meet, by Allen Landreth, p. 8.
Michael Doering (memorial), by Wolf Herbrand (#7539), p. 8.
Thomas B. Jeffery and Nash Corporate History Collection, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 9.
2006 Grand Nashional "Ramblin' Thru the Rockies", by Jim Keller (#8340), p. 10.
Old Nash Snapshots #11 – 1926 Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 12.
Old Nash Snapshots #11 – 1941 Convertible, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 12.
Old Nash Snapshots #11 – 1929 Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 13.
Old Nash Snapshots #11 – Early 1920s Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 13.
Story of Front Cover Car [1922 Nash 691], by Neil Cox (#9024), p. 14.
A Special Six – In Sweden, by Yngve Nilsson (#9259), p. 16.
Photo: Nash Service Truck, Illinois Power & Light, by Chuck Thompson (#9069), p. 18.
Photo: 1938 Nash, by Terry Holobaugh (#4238), p. 18.
Letter – Nash Dealership Photo Identified, by Al Herner (#3881), p. 18.
Letter – Nash Quad Truck on Sea Bottom near Pearl Harbor, by George Beckmann (#897), p. 19.
Letter – Update on 1938 Nash damaged during Hurricane Katrina, by Joyce L. Fetters, p. 20.
Sketch of 1946 Nash, by Bob Loudon (#4240), p. 21.
Letters – Nash Cars in the Movies, p. 22.
1924 Nash Hearse, by Bill Harris, p. 24.
2006 Nash Eastern Regional Information!, p. 26.
A City Fit for a Prince: Nash Motors Gives Car to Member of Swedish Royalty, p. 28.
1954 Statesman Restoration – Part 6, by Paul Knauth (#8905), p. 31.
Two Old Photos with Nash Cars, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 34.
Reflections and Reminiscences, Part 3, by Vernon O. Anderson, p. 35.
Photo: 1927 or '28 Nash Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 45.
Photo: 1947 Suburban, by Tim & Lisa Heckel (#6105), p. 54.

Volume 37, No. 1 – January-February 2006
Cover Photo: 1948 Nash Suburban "Best of Show" – Duane & Rosemary Sell #8314.
New Members (9258-9290), p. 2.
NCCA Positions Open for 2006, p. 4.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 5.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 6.
Secretary's Board Report, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 6.
Old Photos from Sweden [Nobel winning author Selma Lagerlof poses with her Nash], by Gunnar Eriksson (#3657), p. 7.
Old Nash Snapshots #10 – 1928 Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 8.
Old Nash Snapshots #10 – 1929 Nash Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 8.
Old Nash Snapshots #10 – 1926 or '27 Nash Sedan, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 8.
Old Nash Snapshots #10 – 1928 Special Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 9.
Old Nash Snapshots #10 – 1929 Special Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 9.
2006 Grand Nashional, by Jim Keller (#8340), p. 10.
Parts Reproduction: 1942-'48 Stone Guards, 1946-'48 Step Plates, by Ben Bliss (#5397), p. 12.
Letter – Passing of Millie Thomas, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 12.
Letter – Trying to Locate owner of a 1947 Ambassador Indy 500 pace car, by Terry Gunter (IMS Hall of Fame Museum), p. 12.
The 2006 Nash Eastern Regional Meet, by Dave Siringer (#6052), p. 14.
Nash School – Still Standing [est. in 1924 for Nash employees], by Don Loper (#128), p. 14.
The Nash Gallery, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 15.
Old Nash Photos, when they were new! – 3 1934 cars on a transporter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 16.
Old Nash Photos, when they were new! – 1934 Nash in Front of a Dealership, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 16.
Old Nash Photos – The First Miles: 1932 (2nd series) or '33 Nash by a Redwood Tree, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 17.
Old Nash Photos – The First Miles: 1928 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 17.
2005 Hudson, Essex, Terraplane, Nash & Rambler National Rally, Held at Echuca, Victoria, Australia, by Bill Watson (#7215), p. 18.
Nash Quad "Travel-Log" – Revisited, by Charles R. Smith (#6078), p. 22.
Tool Lending Program Needs Your Help, by John Niehaus (#7120), p. 24.
Reflections and Reminiscences, Part 2, by Vernon O. Anderson, p. 29.
A Grand NASHional 2005 (with color photos), by Dick Harrold (#3732), p. 34.
Hurricane Katrina Damages a '38 Nash, p. 46.

Volume 36, No. 6 – November-December 2005
Cover Photo: 1953 Nash-Healey, Jacques Harguindegu #596.
New Members (9222-9257), p. 2.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 5.
Secretary's Report, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 7.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 8.
A Note from the NCCA Treasurer, by Gene Mace (#6008), p. 8.
What is the NCCA Tool Lending Program?, by John Niehaus (#7120), p. 9.
Finally, The Right Car! [1932 Model 1070], by Richard Parker (#8805), p. 10.
Tool Lending Program Triples Its Inventory, by John Niehaus (#7120), p. 12.
Letter – Identification of Dodge Truck in Old Photo, by Fred Summers (#4708), p. 12.
Letter – Thank you for Bob Aaron Award, by Ray Hren (#768), p. 12.
Nash-Healey at Pebble Beach Concourse, by Jim Walton (#5762), p. 13.
Letter – 1953 Nash-Healey, by Jacques Harguindeguy (#596), p. 13.
A Family's Years with Nash Cars, by Jeffrey & Kimberli Limerick (#9205), p. 14.
Meet Report: 2005 North Eastern Region Event in N. Hampton, NH, by William H. Lenharth (#2189), p. 19.
Water Pump Tech Tip [1950s models], by Jim Walton (#5762), p. 20.
A 1932 Nash – MOdel 1070, by John M. Cowling (#5975), p. 21.
Old Nash Snapshots # 9 – 1926 or older Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 26.
Old Nash Snapshots # 9 – 1928 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 26.
Old Nash Snapshots # 9 – 1929 Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 26.
Old Nash Snapshots # 9 – 1940 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 27.
Old Nash Snapshots # 9 – 1926 or older Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 27.
Old Nash Snapshots # 9 – Early Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 27.
1954 Statesman Restoration – Part 5, by Paul Knauth (#8905), p. 28.
Introduction to the "Nash Book" Series [Vernon O. Anderson], by Dr. Jack T. Combs, Jr. (#1767), p. 32.
Reflections and Reminiscences, Part 1, by Vernon O. Anderson, p. 33.
Jensen 4.25 Litre: Restoration of a Nash-Powered Jensen in Australia, by Richard Calver (#7648), p. 38.
Photo: 1951 Nash Statesman Model 5149, by Patrick & Sarah Donlan (#9022), p. 53.

Volume 36, No. 5 – September-October 2005
Cover Photo: 1928 Nash, Pete Saegebrecht.
New Members (9198-9221), p. 2.
President's Message, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 5.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 6.
DiNoc Dash Panels Available [1950], p. 6.
Photos: The Ladies Traveled in a Nash! [1927?], by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 7.
UMVRR Autumn 2005 Meet, by Jim & Linda Dworschack (#1), p. 8.
Fran Keem Memorium, p. 10.
Greetings Fellow Enthusiasts! [Invitation to Car Show], by Lynn Schulte, p. 10.
2005 Thomas B. Jeffery Award (Cindy Carmack), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 11.
Parts Search System: A New NCCA Club Feature, by Rick Baize (#7450), p. 12.
Letter – Dealerships, by Brent Havekost (#3348), p. 14.
Letter – Patrick Foster's Work, by Paul Lehman (#649), p. 14.
Letter – Thank you, by Bill & Minnie Archer (#298), p. 14.
Letter – Comment on 'Nash Promotional Parade' Photo, by Bob Allen (#8529), p. 15.
Letter – Member Needs Help with Rare Model Nash [1929 Model 436], by Lars Sorensen, p. 15.
An Extended Family Reunion, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 16.
The Sunshine Region's June Meeting, p. 18.
Cover Car Story [1928 Special Six], by Pete & Barbara Saegebrecht, p. 19.
"Skinned Knuckles" Magazine under New Editorship, by Neil Maken (#8388, SK Editor), p. 22.
Milk Run Nash [Nash-powered Divco milk truck], by Fred Summers (#4708), p. 23.
Old Nash Dealership to be Restored [in Richmond, Virginia], by Leonard Shepherd (#7615), p. 26.
The 2005 Grand NASHional in the Motor City, by Al Ruckey (#7606), p. 28.
Rebel's First Trip. . . In Nearly Twenty Years!, by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 32.
Tech Tip [problem with '50s motor mounts], by Tom Irmick (#7147), p. 33.
Old Nash Snapshots # 8 – 1929 Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 34.
Old Nash Snapshots # 8 – 1941 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 34.
Old Nash Snapshots # 8 – 1927 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 35.
Old Nash Snapshots # 8 – 1927 or '28 Ambassador, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 35.
Old Nash Snapshots # 8 – 1934 Ambassador, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 35.
Overheating / Water Pump Tech Tip [1929-32 models], p. 36.
More MOL Questions and Tech Tips Regarding Fabric Dick Type Universal Joints [1929-32 models], p. 39.
Use the Right Transmission Lubricant, by Tom Irmick (#7147), p. 42.
Three Tech Tips for Metropolitans [fuel gauge, gear grinding, & vapor lock], by Dale Carrington, p. 43.
Club Tech Tip Manual for Sale, by Dick Matson (#3222), p. 45.
Photo: "Queens of the Celebration Court" from the Lake Martha Days Celebration in Ossco, Wisconsin, p. 54.

Volume 36, No. 4 – July-August 2005
Cover Photo: 1937 Nash Ambassador, Bob Walker (#3690).
New Members (9174-9197), p. 2.
Outgoing President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 4.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 4.
Grand Nashional Meet, by Al Ruckey (#7606), p. 6.
Two Members & Two 1953 Nash's – 4-Door, by Art Lindgren (#1202), p. 7.
Two Members & Two 1953 Nash's – 2-Door, by Pont Lee Miller, p. 8.
1937 Nash / Front Cover Car, by Wendy & Bob Walker (#3690), p. 9.
My Dad, Gene R. Schilling, by Patrick Schilling (#374), p. 11.
Old Nash Dealership [Indianapolis], by Brent Havekost (#3348), p. 16.
My 3,000 Mile Cruise of the Gulf Coast, by Robby Lowery (#8634), p. 17.
Old Nash Dealership Photo, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 18.
Nash Dealer in Dothan Alabama [1920s], by Charles Newton (#3778), p. 20.
'Nasz Nash' [Nash in Poland], by Ron Doviak (#4608), p. 21.
Some Random Notes on Convertibles, by Charles C. Wells (#830), p. 24.
Old Nash Snapshots # 7 – 1929 Special Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 26.
Old Nash Snapshots # 7 – 1927 or '28 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 26.
Old Nash Snapshots # 7 – 1941 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 27.
Old Nash Snapshots # 7 – 1929 Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 27.
Airflyte and Beyond, the 1949-57 Nash: 1957 – The Final Nash, by Ed Ostrowski (#3884), p. 28.
1938 Nash Cars in Promotional Parade, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 36.
Nash Restoration, Part 4, by Paul Knauth (#8905), p. 38.
Charles Kellogg, Nature Singer – and his Nash Quad, by Ray Petersen (#5075), p. 41.

Volume 36, No. 3 – May-June 2005
Cover Photo: 1956 Nash Rambler Wagon, Scott Mikkelson #9144.
Photo: 1954 Nash Ambassador, Patrick & Barbara McGinness.
New Members (9145-9173), p. 2.
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 4.
Secretary's Report, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 6.
New Marketplace Editor Starting June 2005, by Jeff Griffith, p. 8.
Dick Reiff #893 (memorial), by Clyde Johnson (#146), p. 9.
Bill Parent (memorial), by Neil Black (#388), p. 10.
J.B. Nethercutt (memorial), by Neil Maken (#8388), p. 11.
Gene Schilling (memorial), by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 11.
South Central Region News, by Paul Johnson (#776), p. 12.
2005 Grand NASHional, p. 13.
Inside Front Cover – Color Photo [1954 Nash Ambassador], by Pat McGinness (#8956), p. 13.
Historic Trails Region of the NASH Car Club of America Invitation!, by Will Reed (#7667), p. 17.
Our 1948 Nash Ambassador, by Frank & Sarah Ellen Phillips (#9143), p. 19.
Update on “Crispy”, by Ron Donath, p. 20.
Front Cover Car – Finding My 1956 Nash, by Scott Mikkelson (#9144), p. 21.
Old Photos of a 1929 Nash Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 23.
Elections / Candidate's Letters: James W. Magner #6500, Gene Mace #6008, Glenn Hunsucker #2331, p. 24.
Old Nash Snapshots # 6 – 1927 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 26.
Old Nash Snapshots # 6 – 1929 Special Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 27.
Old Nash Snapshots # 6 – Two 1920s Nash 4-Doors, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 27.
Update on Nash Dealership Photo [Wheeling, West Virginia], by Ben McAdam (#7474), p. 28.
Response to photo question on page 19 in the Sept/Oct issue of TNT, titled “Who was collecting Nash cars in 1958?”, by William B. Harris (#8630), p. 28.
A Letter from Australia, by Bill Watson (#7215), p. 29.
Airflyte and Beyond, the 1949-57 Nash: Sophomore Year 'Scena-Ramic' – The 1956 Models, by Ed Ostrowski (#3884), p. 30.
Back Cover Photo: 1948 Nash Model 4860, Frank & Sarah Ellen Phillips #9143, p. 54.

Volume 36, No. 2 – March-April 2005
Cover Photo: 1931 Model 660 or 1932 Model 960?.
New Members (9128-9144), p. 2.
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 3.
2005 Grand NASHional, by Al Ruckey (#7606), p. 4.
New NCCA Item – Camshaft bearings, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 5.
Photo: 1920s Nash Dealership [Wheeling, West Virginia], by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 6.
A Letter Regarding Automotive Paint, by Juergen Ockens (#8164), p. 6.
Lifetime Membership Roster, p. 8.
A 1934 Nash Model 1290 Acquired by Jerry Knutsen, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 9.
Terry & Cherry Jarvis's 1934 Ambassador 1290 Damaged, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 9.
Front Cover Car / New Member's Story [1931 660 or 1932 960], by James Haas (#9128), p. 10.
1929 Nash in Boekel, Holland, by Bill Bijleveld (#4722), p. 15.
Chris & Jerry Gambo's Nash [1932], by Chris & Jerry Gambo (#9094), p. 16.
Honeymoon Car, by Verne & Lois Langley (#8548), p. 17.
Tech Tips for Metropolitans #1 [Brake Lights], by Dale Carrington, p. 18.
Making a Bead Blast Cabinet, by Paul Knauth (#8905), p. 19.
Nash-Healey Buyers and/or Restoration Prospects, by Jim Walton (#5762), p. 20.
The Nash Automobile in South Africa, by J.D. Odendaal (#3814), p. 22.
Old Nash Snapshots # 5 – Nash Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 26.
Old Nash Snapshots # 5 – Group by Old Nash Sedan, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 26.
Old Nash Snapshots # 5 – 1924? Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 27.
Old Nash Snapshots # 5 – 1932 Model 1070, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 27.
Airflyte and Beyond, the 1949-57 Nash: The 1955 “Scena-Ramic” Models, by Ed Ostrowski (#3884), p. 28.
Tech Tips for Metropolitans #2 [Hard Starting], by Dale Carrington, p. 37.

Volume 36, No. 1 – January-February 2005
Cover Photo: 1950 Nash Ambassador, Howard Smith #8342.
New Members (9096-9127), p. 2.
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 5.
NCCA Positions Open for 2005, by Chuck Magner (#587, Vice President), p. 5.
2005 Grand NASHional, by Al Ruckey (#7606), p. 6.
Update on Eric Barfield's Nash Cars [appearing in the movie “De-Lovely” with Robin Williams], p. 7.
Attention: New NCCA Item – New Camshaft Bearings, p. 7.
Yellowstone Region's Pre-Holiday Gathering & Meeting, by Fred Schutt (#4854), p. 10.
Ken Havekost's 1954 Nash Model 5477, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 12.
Meet The Inland Empire Region! [member car photos inside front and rear covers], p. 14.
Welcome, to our New Member #9096, by Bill & June Brown, p. 17.
1946 Nash Suburban, 2004 Grand Nashional “Best of Show” – A Brief 28 Year History, by Dave & Elaine Kraus, p. 18.
Wisconsin Automotive Museum, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 22.
My 1957 Nash Ambassador Super #5785-1, by Joe Danielewicz (#9082), p. 24.
Wabash Valley Region, by Dick Matson (#3222), p. 25.
Old Nash Snapshots # 4 – 1947 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 26.
Old Nash Snapshots # 4 – 1929 Standard Six Coupe, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 26.
Old Nash Snapshots # 4 – 1929 Model 467 Ambassador, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 26.
Old Nash Snapshots # 4 – 1928 Advance Six Cabriolet, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 27.
Old Nash Snapshots # 4 – 1929 Nash Model 470, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 27.
Old Nash Snapshots # 4 – 1930 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 27.
Airflyte and Beyond, the 1949-57 Nash: The 1954 Airflytes, by Ed Ostrowski (#3884), p. 28.

Volume 35, No. 6 – November-December 2004
Cover Photo: 1921 Nash Model 681, Joseph A. Rein, #5160.
AMCRC 25th Anniversary National Meet, by William H. Lenharth (#2189).
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667).
New Members (9070-9095), p. 2.
Secretary's Report, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 6.
2005 Grand NASHional, by Al Ruckey (#7606), p. 7.
Upper Mississippi Region, by Jim Bracewell (#3756), p. 8.
Jory Squibb Gets Tempted For Another 1929, p. 9.
New Members – Needing a Few Parts, by Don Edkins, p. 11.
Tow Newest Regions of NCCA Hold a Joint Meet, by Mac McIntosh (Western Division Director), p. 12.
Erie Shores Region of NCCA: The Gilmore Museum – Red Barn Spectacural Car Show, by Al Ruckey (#7606), p. 14.
Statesman Restoration / Part 3, by Paul Knauth (#8905), p. 16.
2004 Grand Nashional (with photos), by Mark Lehman (#777), p. 18.
Pennsylvania Route 6 Ramble, by Mark Lehman (#777), p. 22.
Grandpa's Marvelous Machine [1921 Model 681], by Joseph A. Rein, p. 24.
Inside Front & Back Cover Photos ['56 Hudson], by Jean-Claude & Lucille Marcoux (#8806), p. 24.
Photo: A Nash Dealer's Showroom & Display Chasis [1921?], p. 30.
Forbes Interview with C.W. Nash, Part 3, p. 31. Contributed by Don Loper (#128).
1902 Rambler and Original Headlights are Reunited at Beaver Dam Museum, p. 33. Contributed by Larry Jandrin (#3337) & Don Niehaus (#6805).
1953 – Sophomore Edition of the Golden Airflyte, by Ed Ostrowski (#3884), p. 34.
Tech Tips for 1952-54 Nash-Healeys [several short recommendations, mostly on parts], by Jim Walton (#5762), p. 39.

Volume 35, No. 5 – September-October 2004
Cover Photo: 1946 Nash Suburban, Dave Krause.
New Members (9043-9069), p. 2.
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 4.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 5.
Membership Survey Synopsis, p. 7.
Nash Gallery News, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 9.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award – 2004 (Dick & Margaret Matson), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 9.
Author James Mays – Thanks NCCA for History Preservation Award, by James Mays, p. 10.
Wabash Valley Region Tour, by Dick & Margaret Matson (#3222), p. 11.
Scranton Travelogue (A trip to the Grand Nashional meet in a 1929 Nash), by Jory Squibb (#8922), p. 12.
The Scranton Surprise (with Grand Nashional meet color photos), by Cris & Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 16.
Letter – On Nash Seaman and ACD Bodies, by Tom Harrington (#5344), p. 18.
Letter – Comment on 1928 photo of Nash Employees' Athletic Field from TNT July-August 2004 issue, by Patrick Schilling (#6132), p. 18.
Letter – The Millionth Nash, by Robby Lowery (#8634), p. 19.
Photo: '39 LaFayette and '58 Rambler at show in 1958, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 19.
Letter – Comment on 1928 photo of Nash Employees' Athletic Field from TNT July-August 2004 issue, by Eric O. Nelson, Jr. (#4290), p. 20.
Forbes Interview with C.W. Nash, Part 2, p. 23. Contributed by Don Loper (#128).
Airflyte and Beyond – the 1949-57 Nash, by Ed Ostrowski (#3884), p. 31.

Volume 35, No. 4 – July-August 2004
Cover Photo: 1931 Nash 881, Patricia & Willy DeVadder of Brugge, Belgium.
New Members (9017-9042, p. 2.
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 5.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 7.
Restoration Update [1954 Statesman], by Paul Knauth (#8905), p. 8.
Photos: 1931 Nash Model 881, by Willy & Patricia DeVadder, p. 10.
Photo: Nash Importer Showroom with 1930s Nash and Marmon cars, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 11.
Inside Front Cover Photos: 1930 Nash 497 Ambassador Used in Film about Cole Porter, by Eric Barfield (#4899), p. 12.
Inside Back Cover Photos: The Bluegrass Volunteer Region Meet, p. 13.
Nash News from the CCCA [on recognition of the 1940 de Sakhnoffsky Ambassador], p. 13.
Report from the Historic Trails Region, by Doug Brothers (#3550), p. 14.
Letter – 1926 Nash in Guatemala, by Sebastian & Sara Valls (#9001), p. 15.
Letter from Patrick Foster [nominating George Mason to the Automotive Hall of Fame], by Patrick R. Foster (#6709), p. 16.
1932 Nash Advance Eight Model 1090 belonging to Lee Barthel scores 98.50 at CCCA Annual Meet (with photo), p. 18.
Forbes Interview with C.W. Nash, Part 1, p. 19. Contributed by Don Loper #128.
Coach builder's ad showing a '27 Nash with a funeral car body, p. 21.
Nash Photos from the Nederlands [1928 hearse; Nashes collide in Zurich in 1932; 1939 LaFayette with Dutch officer; 1930 Family Vacation; 1947 Nash], by Frans Vrijaldenhoven, p. 22. Contributed by Fred Summers (#4708).
Nash Police Cars in Old Movie [“Suddenly” with Frank Sinatra, 1954], by Rich McGarty (#1118), p. 25.
Sold! The Graeber's 1932 Nash [to benefit the NCCA Parts Reproduction Program], p. 25.
Old Nash Snapshots # 3 – Ajax, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 26.
Old Nash Snapshots # 3 – 1930 Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 26.
Old Nash Snapshots # 3 – 1939 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 27.
Old Nash Snapshots # 3 – 1930 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 27.
Old Nash Snapshots # 3 – 1929 Nash 470 Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 27.
Airflyte and Beyond – the 1949-57 Nash: 1951 – Last of the Bathtubs, by Ed Ostrowski (#3884), p. 28.
Update: The “Airflyte Registry” is Growing!, p. 34.
My Nash Workshop, by Paul Knauth (#8905), p. 35.
Election Results, by J.W. Magner (#6500, Vice President), p. 37.
Photo: Nash Employees' Athletic Field, November 1928, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 47.

Volume 35, No. 3 – May-June 2004
Cover Photo: 1929 Nash Advance Six Cabriolet, Model 461.
New Members (8962-9016), p. 2.
Nash Heritage Preservation Project Seeks Interviews, by Patrick R. Foster (#6709), p. 6.
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 7.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 8.
Inside Front Cover Photos [Ron Donath's 1926 Nash Special Six “Crispy”, p. 9.
Secretary's Report, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 9.
The Graeber's Nash: Donated for an NCCA Sale, to benefit the NCCA's Parts Reproduction Program [1932 Model 970], p. 10.
Elections / Candidate's Letters: Connie Graeber #81, Mark Lehmann #777, Chuck Magner #587, Tom Irmick #7147, Mac McIntosh #507, p. 12.
This is an invite from Alexandria's History Museum [to a car show], p. 15.
2004 Grand Nashional – “Nash-in, in Steamtown” [Scranton, Pennsylvania], by Mark Lehman (#777), p. 16.
My Next Project Car. . . [1954 Statesman], by Paul Knauth (#8905), p. 19.
What's Out of Joint? A Tech Tip [Metropolitan U-Joints], by Dale Carrington, p. 20.
Show Report / Nash Spotted [Florida Depot Show], by Bob Grutza (#8665), p. 21.
Thirty Years with a 1925 Nash Touring Sedan, by Wayne & Barbara Allinson (#7567), p. 22.
Airflyte and Beyond – the 1949-57 Nash: 1950 – the Sophomore Airflyte, by Ed Ostrowski (#3884), p. 26.
Tech Tip: 1929-32 Carburetors, by Bob Westervelt (#5819), p. 32.
Tech Tip: Flashaway Hydramatic Transmission Parts ['57 Rambler V-8], by Mark Lehman (#777), p. 32.
2004 Grand Nashional, p. 33.
Old Nash Snapshots # 2 – 1929 Model 470, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 34.
Old Nash Snapshots # 2 – Nash Roadster with 1934 plates, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 35.
Old Nash Snapshots # 2 – 1931 Roadster, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 35.
Tech Tips for Windshields, from MOL, by Roy Bellman (#1836), p. 36.
New NCCA Region is Formed! [Yellowstone Region], p. 36.
Auburn Bodied Nash's ???, by Fred Summers (#4708), p. 37.
1926 Advance Six Model 266, Peter C. Rusch, p. 38.
Photos: 1932 Nash Cabriolet Model 1071, Tom Harrington #5344, p. 53.

Volume 35, No. 2 – March-April 2004
Cover Photo: 1930 Nash, Allan & Wendy Kiernan #8311.
My 1953 Nash, by Robert Garner (#7673).
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 2.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 3.
Board Secretary's Report, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 4.
2004 Grand Nashional – “Nash-in, in Steamtown” [Scranton, Pennsylvania], by Mark Lehman (#777), p. 5.
New Members (8939-8961), p. 6.
Three Cheers fro the NCCA Tool Library!, by Jory & Brenda Squibb (#8922), p. 8.
This TNT's Front Cover Photo: Our Nash Coupe [1930 Twin Ignition 8 Model 492R], by Al & Wendy Kiernan (#8311), p. 10.
Tech Tip: Leaky Water Pumps!, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 10.
Grampa's Nash, by Jim Haynes (#8932), p. 11.
Airflyte and Beyond – the 1949-57 Nash: The First Airflyte, by Ed Ostrowski (#3884), p. 12.
2003 Central Division Meet, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 20.
Auction Report, by Robby Lowery (#8634), p. 23.
NCCA Library News, by Dave Siringer (#6052), p. 24.
Trivia Question Regarding 1933 Nash Cabriolet with Rear-Hinged Doors, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 25.
Old Cars – New Technology, by Neil Maken (#8388), p. 26.
Nash Cars Used in Movies, by Robby Lowery (#8634), p. 27.
A Wedding Trip, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 28.
Frieda B: A “Brand-New” 1950 Nash Airflyte, by Fred Nelson (#4290), p. 32.
Old Nash Snapshots # 1 – 1929 Nash Special Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 36.
Old Nash Snapshots # 1 – Nash Touring Car, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 36.
Old Nash Snapshots # 1 – 1930 Standard Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 36.
Old Nash Snapshots # 1 – 1929 Standard Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 37.
Old Nash Snapshots # 1 – 1925 or '26 Nash, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 37.

Volume 35, No. 1 – January-February 2004
Cover Photo: 1929 Nash Model 428, Frank & Barbara Huml #7002.
Photo: Wrecked 1929 Nash Advance Six, by Gary DeYoung (#6196).
This TNT's Front Cover Photo: 1929 Nash, Model 428 Standard.
New Members (8909-8938), p. 4.
NCCA Positions Open for 2004, p. 7.
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 7.
Inside Front Cover - B&W Photo: 1929 Nash Model 470 Advance Six Sedan, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 8.
This TNT's Front Cover Photo: 1929 Nash, Model 428 Standard Six Deluxe Sedan, by Frank & Barbara Huml (#7002), p. 8.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 9.
Drawing: 1917 Nash Coupe, p. 9.
The Noble Nash [1918 681 Touring], by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 10.
The 2003 Nash Get-Together, by John Palese (#6319), p. 12.
Interesting Photo Found [1938 LaFayette in Russian (?) military service in Slovenia, 1945], by Steven W. Hayes (#7977), p. 15.
A Michigan Hunting Trip [on C.W. Nash in Michigan], by Don Loper (#128), p. 16.
Nash Club Wins Prestigious Award [from Society of Automotive Historians], by Patrick R. Foster (#6709), p. 20.
The NCCA's “Advisors Program”, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 21.
Nashes and the Great Race, by Fred Summers (#4708), p. 22.
1954 Nash / Canadian Gold – A follow-up from page 9, in the May/June 2003 TNT, by Jean-Claude & Lucille Marcoux (#8806), p. 26.
Troubleshooting a Fuel Problem [Carter YF 877SA carburetor on '51 Statesman], by Tom Irmick (#7147), p. 27.
Front End Alignment / Tech Tips [MOL discussion], p. 29.
Wabash Valley Fall Meet, by Dick Matson (#3222), p. 30.
Announcing Two New Items from the NCCA Club Sales Dept. [bumper stickers and fanny packs], p. 31.
Hey, Nash Members: In North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Iowa. You people don't have a region. You Should Have!, by Dick Matson (#3222, Central Division Director), p. 31.
Grand NASHional Fashion Show [2003], p. 32.
2004 Grand Nashional – “Nash-in, in Steamtown” [Scranton, Pennsylvania], by Mark Lehman (#777), p. 34.
The Windshield Chronicles (A parts hunting adventure), by Warren E. Shippick (#7358), p. 36.
Photo: 1954 Nash Ambassador, Jean-Claude & Lucille Marcoux (#8806), p. 53.

Volume 34, No. 6 – November-December 2003
Cover Photo: 1934 Nash Ambassador 8, Terry Jarvis.
New Members (8873-8908), p. 4.
The Nash Preservation Foundation, p. 7.
Nash Feature in “Collectible Automobile” [1935-36 Nash senior cars in December 2003 CA], p. 7.
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 7.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 8.
Secretary's Board Report, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 11.
Tool Lending Library: Update, by John Niehaus (#7120), p. 12.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award for 2003 (Terry Davies), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 13.
News From Norway [1929 Model 422], by Kjell Jarle Gjerde (#7808), p. 14.
Nash News from South Africa [Metropolitian], by J.D. Odendaal (#3814), p. 16.
More Nash-YMCA Connections [Alford Lodge], by Don Loper (#128), p. 18.
1953 Nash Ambassador Super, by Robby Lowery (#8634), p. 20.
Riding in Style on their Wedding Day, by John Gumbinger, p. 22.
Photos of the 2003 Grand NASHional, p. 23.
The 2003 Grand NASHional -The Perfect Calm, by Mark F. Kramer, p. 27.
Airflyte Registry Form, p. 32.

Volume 34, No. 5 – September-October 2003
Cover Photo: 1932 Nash Model 971, Isaac Gonzalez Diaz, Malaga, Spain.
New Members (8847-8872), p. 4.
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 7.
NCCA member appears in CCCA [Terry Jarvis, 1934 Ambassador 8], by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 8.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 9.
Last TNT's Photo Contest [1929 Advance Six], by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 10.
Vintage Truck Magazine [article on Nash and Jeffery trucks in August 2003 issue], by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 10.
My Father's Nash Roadster, p. 11.
The Rag Coupling – what it is and how to make one, by Neil Maken (#8388), p. 12.
The Rag Coupling – what it is and how to make one, by Neil Maken (#8388), p. 12.
Introduction to: “The Nash Gallery” Feature Series, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 14.
The Comfortable 1953 Nash, by Nathan Swanson (#5653), p. 15.
Upper Mississippi River Region, by Eric O. Nelson, Jr. (#4290), p. 19.
The Day Nash Died, by Jeffrey Godshall (#6540), p. 20.
NCCA Website and a Nash in Australia [1929 Standard Six Model 422], p. 22.
Second Choice, turns out to be a rare find.[Ajax], by Lyla Scheihing (#4473), p. 24.
A 1932 Model 971 in Spain [Front Cover car], by Isaac Gonzalez Diaz (#8449), p. 27.
West Coast Wander: South Australia, by Bill Watson (#7215), p. 30.
Photo: 1929 Nash Standard Six, Model 420, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 39.
Photo: Prom Night with a 1948 Nash Suburban, by Brent Havekost (#3348), p. 53.

Volume 34, No. 4 – July-August 2003
Cover Photo: Jessica Jennings and the 1937 Nash from the Film “Red Betsy”.
Region Chairpersons Needed, by Mark Lehman (#777), p. 4.
Free Rambler!!! [Old photo of early '50s convertible], by John O'Halloran (#1526), p. 5.
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 6.
Nash Suburban Registry, by James Scott, p. 7.
NCCA Historian (Ken & Toddy Schroeder), by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 7.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 8.
Election Results, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 8.
New Advertisement Policy, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 9.
New Members (8825-8846), p. 10.
Four Alarm Jeffery [Fire Truck], p. 12.
Nash Gallery News, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 15.
Ramblin' 55 Style, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 17.
‘Crispy’ Recovery [1926 Special 6], by Ron Donatt, p. 21.
“Red Betsy” – Story of Front Cover Photo, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 22.
Last TNT's Photo Contest [1926 Advance Six], by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 24.
Inside Back Cover Photo – Identification Contest [1929 Advance Six], by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 24.
Inside Front Cover Photo: 1931 Nash Model 881 in the Alps, by Peter Mieses (#8555), p. 24.
Update on 1936 Nash Ambassadors with Pierce Arrow Headlights, by Gene Alister (#7948), p. 25.
Erie Shores Region Spring Season Opener, by Al Ruckey (#7606), p. 26.
Nash Trucks / Magazine Coverage, by Robby Lowery (#8634), p. 28.
2003 Grand NASHional, p. 28.
Navigating to Nash Land - A Journey from Connecticut to Kenosha, by Patrick R. Foster (#6709), p. 29.

Volume 34, No. 3 – May-June 2003
Cover Photo: 1957 Rambler Rebel Custom Hardtop, Dr. William H. Lenharth #2189.
A Quiz – Identify photos inside front and rear covers [1926 Advance Six Model 266], by Gary DeYoung (#6196).
Region Chairpersons Needed, by Mark Lehman (#777), p. 5.
Nash-Healey Shop Manual Available in NCCA Library, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 6.
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 6.
Secretary's Report, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 7.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 8.
Nash: In Canada [1954 Nash Ambassador], by Jean-Claude & Lucille Marcoux (#8806), p. 9.
New Members (8803-8824), p. 10.
The Story of the 1957 Nash Rebel, by William H. Lenharth (#2189), p. 12.
Book Review: Nash 1936-1957 Photo Archive by Byron D. Olsen, by Patrick R. Foster (#6709), p. 16.
Member Website [oldcarandtruckrescue.com], p. 17.
Nash Preservation Foundation, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 17.
Elections – Neil Maken; Gene Mace #6008; Richard (Dick) Matson #3222; Terry Davies #3667, p. 18.
TNT Retrospective [The Nash Times, Vol. 1 No 2], by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 21.
2003 Grand NASHional, p. 25.
Central Divisional NASHional Meet September 24-28, 2003, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 29.
Highlights from NCCA Regions, by Dick Matson (#3222), p. 30.
A New Book! Now Being Published [From Kenosha to the World: The Rambler, Jeffery and Nash Truck Story 1904-1955], by James Mays, p. 31.

Volume 34, No. 2 – March-April 2003
Cover Photo: 1951 Nash Ambassador Sedan Model 5178, Roy E. Bellman #1836.
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 5.
Editor's Letter, by Gary DeYoung (#6196), p. 6.
New Members (8778-8802), p. 7.
Memorial - Charles Evans Pflug, Lloyd Mays, p. 10.
Nash Preservation Foundation, p. 11.
Nash Heritage Preservation Project, p. 11.
This TNTs Cover Photo [Before & After], by Roy Bellman (#1836), p. 12.
Letter – 1951 Ambassador Memories, by Tim & Lisa Heckel (#6105), p. 13.
Charles Nash's Great Grandsons!, by James Meade Miller, Jr., p. 14. Contributed by Brent Havekost (#3348).
Club Sales, p. 15.
The Airflyte Hanger [Airflyte Registry], p. 15.
New Tool Lending Program, p. 16.
Old Nash Dealership [Wichita, KS], p. 19.
2003 Grand NASHional, p. 21.

Volume 34, No. 1 – January-February 2003
Cover Photo: 1955 Country Club Model 5517, Les Bioleman #8712.
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 4.
From the Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 4.
New Members (8715-8777), p. 8.
A Special Thank You, by John Palese (#6319), p. 9.
Nash Gallery News, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 9.
Memorial - Lawrence Harris, by Richard & Janet Chatley (#4045), p. 9.
A Nash Family, by Wayne Kilpatrick (#7715), p. 10.
A Special Memorial Drive, by Ernie Jones (#8015), p. 11.
Treasurer's Report, by Kurt E. Meister (#1751), p. 13.
2002 Nash Chili Feed, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 14.
“Hillary” My '36 Ambassador, by Skipper Farley (#8190), p. 17.
Help!! Truck Material Needed for a New Book, by James Mays, p. 18.
About our Cover Car. . . [1955 Country Club 5517], by Les Bidleman (#8712), p. 20.
A Tale of Two Nash Woodies, by Bob Hickman (#3913), p. 22.
Nash Wins Downunder [1924 Nash Six Hearse], by Bill Watson (#7215), p. 25.
2003 Grand NASHional, p. 29.
Sterling Bicycle / Rambler Factory Historic Site, by Don Loper (#128), p. 32.
The Chief's Hobby [Charles Nash as hunter], by Don Loper (#128), p. 33.
We Have A New Editor! (Gary DeYoung), by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 55.

Volume 33, No. 6 – November-December 2002
Cover Photo: 1957 Nash Ambassador Super.
From the Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 4.
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 4.
New Members (8675-8714), p. 6.
Letter – 1949 Ambassador, by John Emory (#1580), p. 9.
Letter – 1951 Ambassador, by Don Bowker (#6484), p. 10.
Letter – Nash Preservation Foundation, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 10.
Letter – Jeffery descendant searches for Jeffery car, by Argil C. Jeffery, p. 11.
2003 Grand NASHional “The One You'll Never Forget”, p. 13.
The Nash Library is Open, by Dave Siringer (#6052), p. 16.
A Generous Gift to the NCCA's Library [Manuals for export cars of the 1920s], by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 16.
Club Sales Update, by Dick Matson (#3222), p. 18.
Good News! [NCCA Parts Reproduction], by Ben Bliss (#5397), p. 19.
Nash Gallery in Splendid Form!, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 20.
1951 Ambassador, by Marv Gussow (#8384), p. 21.
Here's My Story [1936 Nash], by George Gross, Jr. (#4874), p. 22.
Tech Tips – Di-Noc Wood Grain Dash, by Bill Woods (#8194), p. 22.
Company Picnic. . . 1927 Style, by Don Loper (#128), p. 27.
Official Photos CD of 2002 Grand NASHional, by Jeff Griffith, p. 29.

Volume 33, No. 5 – September-October 2002
Cover Photo: 1908 Rambler 31 Touring.
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 4.
From the Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 5.
New Members (8627-8674), p. 6.
What Jeffery First?, by Richard R. Boch, Sr. (#6125), p. 8.
Letter – C.W. descendant thanks NCCA, by Timothy Michael Wheary, p. 9.
2003 Grand NASHional, p. 10.
The Nash Library, by Dave Siringer (#6052), p. 11.
South Central Region News, by Paul Johnson (#776), p. 13.
Memorial - John Beckman, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 13.
Thanks. . . for the Memories (2002 Grand Nashional), by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 15.
Our Trip to the 2002 Grand Nashional, by Dennis McAllister (#188), p. 15.
NCCA Editor Wanted!, p. 16.
2002 Ramble, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 17.
2002 Grand NASHional (with photos, many in color), by Rev & Murel Milhone (#1258), p. 19.
Nash Trivia Quiz, p. 26.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award for 2002 (Herb Adler), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 31.
War Comes to Wisconsin: Nash Production in World War Two, by Patrick R. Foster (#6709), p. 32.

Volume 33, No. 4 – July-August 2002
Cover Photo: 1932 Nash 1097, Ambassador Brougham Sedan.
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 4.
From the Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 5.
New Members (8598-8626), p. 5.
Letter – 1954 Nash Ambassador Custom, by Donald & Barbara Benson (#8498), p. 7.
Letter – 1940 De Sakhnoffsky Nash in barn, by Bob Loudon (#4240), p. 8.
Custom Design Shop Nash Project from the '50's, by Dale K. Wells (CCCA Museum), p. 9.
Letter – Movie Trivia: Movie set photo with Nash autos, by John O'Halloran (#1526), p. 10.
Letter – Claude C. Hale's Nash, by John O'Halloran (#1526), p. 10.
Letter – Chauffer veteran's in Veteran's Day parades, by David Hester (#8033), p. 12.
Tech Tips – 1942-'48 Ignition Information, by Ted Bunnell (#6692), p. 14.
This is Why [on 1958-'60 AMCs not being recognized by NCCA], by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 15.
An Engine Odyssey [1926 Advanced Six], by Dale Stephens, p. 16.
2003 Grand NASHional Info, p. 22.
My Trip to the USA [From The Netherlands], by Jan Erven (#6606), p. 23.
Rambler Wins at Amelia Island Concours D'Elegance [1903 Rambler], by Fred Summers (#4708), p. 26.
Tech Tips – Replace that hose before it Blows, p. 28.
The Ugly Sisters Strike Out...Again, by Don Bowker (#6484), p. 29.
NCCA Club Sales, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 31.
Parts Source – Has Your Spring Sprung?, p. 32.
Tech Tips – Installing Side-Mounted Nash Water Pump, by Don Bowker (#6484), p. 33.
1917 Nash Fire Truck [Glendale, AZ], by Patty & Ray Frey, p. 33.
Old Nash Ad – 1926 Nash Light Six, by Willis Moline (#4890), p. 55.

Volume 33, No. 3 – May-June 2002
Cover Photo: 3/4 inch scale model of a 1903 Rambler.
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 4.
From the Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 5.
New Members (8565-8596), p. 6.
Letter – An article in Cars and Parts (May 2002) about Paul Harvey's 1938 LaFayette, by Don Bowker (#6484), p. 8.
Letter – an appreciation of Collectible Automobile magazine, by Patrick R. Foster (#6709), p. 8.
It Happened in May & June [History], p. 9.
Letter – In support of NCCA recognition of 1958-60 Rambler Americans, by Rob Ziegler (#7559), p. 9.
Elections: Jim Magner #6500, Connie Graeber #81, Ben H. Matthews #5068, Mark Lehman #777, p. 10.
2002 Grand NASHional Update, by Rev & Murel Milhone (#1258), p. 14.
Can you Figure Out Who The Shirtless Dude Is?, by Bob Loudon (#4240), p. 16.
Kenosha 2002 – Rambler's 100th Birthday Celebration, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 18.
What A Great Surprise! [cover photo, hand-made 3/4 inch scale balsa wood model of 1903 Rambler], by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 19.
The Sixth Annual Ypsilanti Orphan Car Show, by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 19.
Charlie's Very Good Year [Charles Nash catches a big fish, with photo], by Don Loper (#128), p. 21.
Tech Tips – Various Seized Engine Solutions, p. 21.
The Nash Dump Truck Story Part III, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 26.
Reprint – Orphan Sounds [a CD with Nash-related materials], p. 28.
Check Out Our Web Pages, p. 30.
Word of Thanks! [Club sales chairman retires], by Don Oakley (#502), p. 30.

Volume 33, No. 2 – March-April 2002
Cover Photo: 1926 Nash 236 Special Six Roadster, Richard Warner #4126.
From the Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 5.
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 5.
New Members (8544-8564), p. 6.
Letter – Comment on Annual Meeting: Proposal to Recognize 1958-'60 AMC Rambler Americans, by Warren E. Sheppick (#7358), p. 8.
Letter – Request for Photos to Illustrate Styling Seminar, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 8.
Letter – On Jim Dworschack's Nash Motorhome, by Eric O. Nelson, Jr. (#4290), p. 9.
2001 Grand Nashional Ramble, by Charlie & Maggie Wilson (#4798), p. 9.
Lifetime Membership, p. 13.
2001 Bob Aaron Award (Willis Moline), p. 13.
Parts Reproduction Chairman, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 14.
Tech Tips – 6 Volt Battery Source, by Tom Irmick (#7147), p. 14.
Tech Tips – Make Hangers for your shop, by Don Bowker (#6484), p. 15.
We Want You! Das Awkscht Fescht 2002!, p. 15.
Weather Eye, by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 16.
2002 Grand NASHional, by Rev & Murel Milhone (#1258), p. 17.
A Personal Note: From the 2002 Grand NASHional Meet Chairman, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 20.
Join a Caravan to Kenosha, by Cliff Danley, p. 21.
Wanted. . . Wanted. . . Wanted. . . [club officers], by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 22.
Kenosha 2002 – Rambler 100th Birthday Celebration, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 22.
Can You Guess Who This Is? [Dick Matson], p. 23.
Nash on Stage [Banu Gibson and Neil Maken's 1932 Nash Model 1070], by Neil Maken (#8388), p. 23.
Nash Lodge II [Charlie's Lasting Gift], by Don Loper (#128), p. 24.
My 1924 Lafayette, by Tom Harrington (#5344), p. 27.
“Nash” Motorhome?, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 28.
Old post card of town street with Nash cars, by Van Hardesty (#6250), p. 34.
Tech Tips – Distributor Cap Interchange 1942-'48, p. 35.

Volume 33, No. 1 – January-February 2002
Cover Photo: 1929 Nash Model 421 Standard Six, Emilio López Ferro #8312, Santo Tomé, Argentina.
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 4.
From the Editor, p. 5.
New Members (8470-8543), p. 9.
Letter – On Street Rodding, by Kent Happel (#8027), p. 10.
Letter – On the purpose of the Nash Club, by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 11.
Letter – Corvette with 'Nashcar' signage, by Gred Summers (#4708), p. 12.
Memorial (Don Childs #4261), p. 12.
Memorial (Don Childs #4261), p. 12.
Tech Tips – 1936-'39 Nash Steering Parts Source, by Tom Irmick (#7147), p. 13.
Pacific Northwest Region Visits General Petroleum Museum, by Gerald 'Jerry' Knutsen (#1559), p. 13.
Hudson, Essex, Terraplane, Nash & Rambler Group (SA) Roundup, by Bill Watson (#7215), p. 15.
A Nash in Argentina - 1929 Model 421, by Emilio Lopez Fero, p. 15.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #39 [The End], by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 19. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
The Nash-Healey for 1951, by Bruce Hampson (#7149), p. 21.
2002 Grand NASHional - The One to Remember, by Rev & Murel Milhone (#1258), p. 24.
Ramble to the 2002 Grand NASHional, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 26.
Charlie's [Nash] Lasting Gift [Nash Lodge I], by Don Loper (#128), p. 29.

Volume 32, No. 6 – November-December 2001
Cover Photo: 1932 Nash 1067 Big Town Sedan, Jerry & Arlene Prochnow #3344, West Bend, Indiana.
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 4.
From the Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 5.
Thanks from Your Outgoing President, by Carl Dawes (#4264), p. 5.
New Members (8452-8469), p. 6.
Letter – on street rodded 1937 LaFayette, by Don Bowker (#6484), p. 7.
Letter – High School Reunion with a 1951 Nash, by Don Bowker (#6484), p. 8.
Letter – Nash Get-Away Car, by Earl A. McCabe, Jr., p. 8.
Letter – Authorship of TNT article on 1918 Nash 2-Ton Truck, by Eric O. Nelson, Jr. (#4290), p. 9.
Letter – Meet at the Chrysler Museum?, by Patrick R. Foster (#6709), p. 9.
Memorial (Chuck Hammond), by Larry G. Romig (#6873), p. 10.
Saguaro Region Holds Joint Spring Meet, by Eric Fulk (#7409), p. 11.
Nash Forum On-line [nashcars Yahoo Group], by Gerald 'Jerry' Knutsen (#1559), p. 12.
Wanted – Calendar Photos!, by Don Oakley (#502), p. 12.
“Das Awkscht Fescht” Mid-Atlantic Region, p. 14.
NCCA Lifetime Membership, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 15.
2002 NCCA Grand NASHional, by Rev & Murel Milhone (#1258), p. 16.
Kenosha 2002 Rambler 100th Birthday Celebration, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 18.
2001 Grand NASHional, Account & Awards (with color photos), p. 20.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award for 2001 (Fred Johnson), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 27.
Oh-Penn Grand Nashional Clock Raffle, by Skip Vollmer (#3526), p. 27.
My Nash Story - 1948 Super 600 Brougham, by Cris & Molly Detwiler (#8112), p. 28.
Tech Tips – 1951 thru 1955 Headliner, by Douglas Horstman (#5743), p. 30.
Tech Tips – Rear Rubber Floor Mat and Trunk Material, by Douglas Horstman (#5743), p. 30.
Tech Tips – Vent Window Seal, by Douglas Horstman (#5743), p. 30.
Tech Tips – Gas Sending Unit, by Douglas Horstman (#5743), p. 30.
Tech Tips – Windshield Rubber Moulding, by Douglas Horstman (#5743), p. 30.
Great News! [Credit card use approved for payments to NCCA], by Jim & Dorothy Bracewell (#3756), p. 47.

Volume 32, No. 5 – September-October 2001
Cover Photo: 1956 Nash Statesman Super Sedan, Tom & Diana Massengale #8222, Las Cruces, NM.
Outgoing President's Message, by Carl Dawes (#4264), p. 4.
President's Message, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 5.
From the Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 6.
New Members (8427-8451), p. 7.
Letter – On the grammar of an old Nash ad, by Jerry R. Christensen (#813), p. 8.
Memorial (Donald Whitaker #6107 and “Lucky” Lee Lott), p. 8.
Letter – On coil polarity and hard starting, by Ernie Jones (#8015), p. 9.
Letter – On coil polarity, by Gerald White (#4229), p. 9.
Treasurer's Report, by Kurt E. Meister (#1751), p. 11.
NCCA Lifetime Membership Proposal, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 12.
Tech Tip – Decal for the Air Cleaner [1954 Rambler], by Mark Lehman (#777), p. 16.
Central Division NASHional, Hudson WI (with photos), by Dave Richter (#2583), p. 17.
Wabash Valley Region News, by Toddy Schroeder (#4357), p. 24.
Southern Region Gathering, Elberton, Georgia, by Lee Aston (#187), p. 24.
Dues Increase, p. 26.
Yuletide Express, by Scot W. Marsh (#8356), p. 27.
Coming Up! Grand NASHional 2002, by Rev & Murel Milhone (#1258), p. 28.
Tech Tip – Brake Lines, by Gene Mace (#6008), p. 30.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #38, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 30. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Club Sales Update, by Don Oakley (#502), p. 35.
Tech Tips – Shipping Auto Glass, p. 35.

Volume 32, No. 4 – July-August 2001
Cover Photo: 1923 Nash 698 Four Door Coupe, Raymond & Tillie Hoste #8269, Warren, MI.
President's Message, by Carl Dawes (#4264), p. 5.
From the Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 5.
New Members (8389-8426), p. 6.
Nash & Nash-Healey's at Cairo Show, by Richard Kauffman (#7933), p. 8.
To Our NCCA Members [Join a Region!], by Herb Adler (#6373, Central Division Director), p. 9.
Tech Tips – Positive Ground Doesn't Always Mean What You Think - Coil Polarity, by Patrick Schilling (#6132), p. 10.
The 2001 Grand Nashional, p. 11.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #37, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 13. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
My “New” 1073 Nash, by Neil Maken (#8388), p. 17.
Tech Tips – Gas Tank Sealer, by Eric O. Nelson, Jr. (#4290), p. 18.
Two Kids Who Couldn't Wait [honeymoon story with Nash], p. 19. Contributed by Bill Nash #4436.
2002 Grand Nashional, by Rev & Murel Milhone (#1258), p. 20.
Tech Tips – The Real Way to Eliminate Blind Spots, p. 20.
Tech Tips – Plastic Polishing, by Rev Milhone (#1258), p. 21.
Tech Tips – Glass Polishing, by Rev Milhone (#1258), p. 21.
Your NCCA Election Results, p. 22.
Nash History Calendar [July-August], p. 23.
Tech Tips – Vintage Oil Filter, by Harvey Ettinger (#5455), p. 24.
1937 Nash Found!, by Jim Bracewell (#3756), p. 26.
Tech Tips – Parts Interchange '41 to '48 Nashes, possibly to '49 & to 51 Statesman, by Reinhold Peter (#2764), p. 30.
Uncle Charlie, by Corey Butterfield (age 10), p. 31. Contributed by Charles Newton #3778.
Nash Made Aircraft Production Head [1918], p. 32. Contributed by Frank Wrenick, #1721.
Video Review [1950 Nash promotional film with hunting and fishing theme], by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 33.

Volume 32, No. 3 – May-June 2001
Cover Photo: 1951 Nash-Healey.
President's Message, by Carl Dawes (#4264), p. 5.
From the Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 5.
New Members (8356-8388), p. 6.
Letter – Seeking recommendations for vehicle maintenance software, by Lars Sorensen, p. 8.
Letter – Correction to identification of cars in photo, by Warren E. Sheppick (#7358), p. 8.
Letter – Nash 90 Series Engine, by Charles Newton (#3778), p. 10.
Letter – The Walter P. Chrysler Museum's Forward Magazine, by Barry Dressel, p. 11.
Letter – The Nash Heritage Preservation Project, by Patrick R. Foster (#6709), p. 12.
Elections: Terry Davies #3667; Kurt Meister #1751; Richard O. (Dick) Matson #3222, p. 15.
Central Divisional NASHional, by Terry Quesnel (#4930), p. 17.
Tech Tips – Fix for Frayed Wiring Harness, by Hillis Howard (#2646), p. 18.
1951 Nash Ambassador Airflyte, by Don & Ann Bowker (#6484), p. 21.
Tech Tips – Automatic Heater Control Valves, Repair & Service, by Bob Wilmoth (#1383), p. 22.
International Nash Meeting in Switzerland, by Peter Ruetimann, p. 22.
1949-'51 Four Door Tub Quarter Window Gaskets, by Larry Davis (#7356), p. 23.
2002 Grand Nashional, by Rev Milhone (#1258), p. 24.
Tech Tips – How to Polish Bakelite Knobs, p. 24.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #36, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 25. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Clyde Mason and his 1928 Standard Six 325 Coupe, by Jack Frank (#3277), p. 27.
Nash Spotted in Old Movie [Roy Rogers in “South of Caliente”, by Eric I. Vance (#6934), p. 28.
Nash Service Bulletins – Mud Pans - Group 11.000 - Series 4900, p. 29. Contributed by Vince Ruffolo #30.
Nash Service Bulletin – Hood Ornaments - Mounting, p. 30.
Jeffery Quad Truck [handling in snow], p. 31. Contributed by Tom Anderson #5045.

Volume 32, No. 2 – March-April 2001
Cover Photo: 1928 Nash 322 Standard Six Cabriolet, J.R. & Myra Frank, Pittsburgh, PA.
Calendar of Events 2001, p. 3.
President's Message, by Carl Dawes (#4264), p. 4.
New Members (8317-8355), p. 5.
From the Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 5.
Nash with an Italian Accent [article in Forward about Farina-designed Nashes, p. 7.
Letter – Nash-Healey in Silver Lake Ice Race, 1955 or 1956?, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 8.
Letter – A Source for Torque Converters, p. 8.
Letter – On Nash Coverage in Forward, by Don Loper (#129), p. 9.
Letter – Nash-related articles in Forward, by Patrick R. Foster (#6709), p. 10.
2001 Grand NASHional, p. 11.
Central Division Nashional, by Dave & Denise Richter (#2583), p. 13.
International Nash-Meeting 2001 in Switzerland, by Peter Rütimann, p. 14.
Convoy in 2002 [to Kenosha], by John Palese (#6319), p. 15.
AMCRC National Meet, by Warren Martin (#7653), p. 15.
Tech Tips – Leaking Seals - '36 Overdrive, by Warren Hartle (#7683), p. 15.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #35, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 16. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
The Christmas Gift Revisited, by Cliff Stranburg, p. 19.
A Special Thanksgiving, by Richard & Barbara Matejka (#5382), p. 20.
Sailing the Nash Yacht [chance encounter with employee of C.W. Nash's daughter Ruth], by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 21.
Tech Tips – Sandblasting, by Don Bowker (#6484), p. 22.
Nash Gallery News, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 22.
Nash and Hudson Clubs Team Up For Wedding, by Tom Haney (#1779), p. 23.
Memorial (Doug Smart), by Bill Watson (#7215), p. 24.
Tech Tips – Engine Removal 1950-55 Nash Rambler, by Terry Quesnel (#4930), p. 24.
Tech Tips – Seat Belt Safety, p. 26.
1939 Nash-Jensen Type H Tourer [with 257 OHV Nash engine], p. 29.
Saguaro Region Huddles, by Eric Fulk (#7409), p. 32.
The Real Secret Behind the Met's Legendary Economy. . ., by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 33.

Volume 32, No. 1 – January-February 2001
Cover Photo: 1950 Rambler Model 5021, Stan & Millie Thomas #3908, Southport, NC.
Calendar of Events 2001 and 2002, p. 3.
President's Message, by Carl Dawes (#4264), p. 4.
From the Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 4.
New Members (8268-8316), p. 5.
Look How. . . [“Nash Potato” menu item on Society of Automotive Historians Awards Banquet Menu], p. 7. Contributed by Fred Summers #4708.
Letter – 1930 Model 492R Sport Coupe, by Charles Newton (#3778), p. 8.
Letter – 1926 or '27 Nash, by Charles Hayes (#7977), p. 9.
Tech Tips – Liquid Nails, by Don Bowker (#6484), p. 10.
2001 Grand NASHional, p. 11.
The Nordic Nash Register Millennium Meeting in Tonsberg, Norway, p. 13.
NCCA Elections Require Candidates, p. 14.
OH-PENN News, by Lorraine & Skip Vollmer (#3526), p. 15.
Nashes & Hudsons Meet in South Australia, by Bill Watson (#7215), p. 16.
The 2001 Central Division Nashional, p. 18.
PPQRS [Great Northland Region get-together], p. 19.
Bluegrass/Volunteer News, p. 19.
Memorial (John “Red” White), by John Niehaus (#7120), p. 19.
Branson, MO Central Division Nashional, August 17-19, 2000, by Jim & Dorothy Bracewell (#3756), p. 20.
Branson, MO Central Division NASHional (with photos), p. 20.
Ramblin' On [2000 Central Division NASHional], p. 25.
Ramblin' On (Ramble that followed the 2000 Central Division Nashional), by Dick & Margaret Matson (#3222), p. 25.
Did you know. . . [January in Nash history], p. 27.
Tech Tips – Brake Parts for the 1951 Statesman, by Bob Wilmoth (#1383), p. 27.
Treasurer's Report, by Kurt E. Meister (#1751), p. 28.
Memorial (Stewart Blaser), by Ben Bliss (#5397), p. 30.
Tech Tips – Paint & Vinyl Coatings, by Sam Nicolosi (#8174), p. 30.
October 15th Meet at the Old Nash Proving Grounds, by Rev Milhone (#1258), p. 31.
Nash – 2 Articles in Forward, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 32.
2002 Grand Nashional, p. 33.
The Gravel Pit Nash, p. 33.

Volume 31, No. 6 – November-December 2000
Cover Photo: 1930 Nash 450 Advanced Six Sedan, Jan & Anne-Marie Erven #6606, The Netherlands.
Calendar of Events 2000-2001, p. 3.
President's Message, by Carl Dawes (#4264), p. 4.
From the Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 4.
New Members (8226-8267), p. 5.
Nash Preservation Foundation, by Ray Hren (#768), p. 8.
“Lifetime Membership” – An Up-Date, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 9.
UMRR News, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 10.
High Plains Region News, by Tim Heckel (#6105), p. 11.
Nash-Healey – Silver Lake Ice Race, by Bob Loudon (#4240), p. 13.
Check Out Our Web Pages, p. 15.
The '50 Goes to Portland, p. 16.
A 1939 Nash and The Alaskan Highway, p. 17.
Remember When..... [on bed seats], by Diane Giles, p. 18.
Tech Tips – Installation Instructions for Water Pumps with Packing Nuts, by Patrick G. Schilling (#6132), p. 20.
News from the Netherlands, by Jan & Anne-Marie Erven (#6606), p. 21.
Tech Tips – Inexpensive Rubber Doorsill/Threshold, by Sam Nicolosi (#8174), p. 22.
The 2000 Grand NASHional . . . Was Grand! (with color photos), by Wayne Redding (#4885), p. 23.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award 2000 (Laurie Anderson), p. 31.
Thank You!, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 31.
Tech Tips – For your Forties Nash, by Patrick G. Schilling (#6132), p. 32.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #34, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 33. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Looking for a Nash Emblem [Emblem collector looking for Nash], by Marc Veehuis, p. 36.
Out of Gas in a Cemetery, by Gary & Jane Kramig (#6935), p. 36.
Tech Tips – Gaskets, by Don Bowker (#6484), p. 37.
Photo: Old photo from the Thomas B. Jeffery plant, by Charles Heide (#4866), p. 53.

Volume 31, No. 5 – September-October 2000
Cover Photo: 1931 Nash Eight Coupe, Uhl Roland #7036, Wilfingen, Germany.
President's Message, by Carl Dawes (#4264), p. 4.
From The Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 5.
New Members (8198-8225), p. 5.
Letter – Thanks for visits at Hershey, by Bill Nash (#4436), p. 7.
Letter – On the shifting of 1930s and '40s Nashes, by Victor Sturman (#6482), p. 7.
Letter – On return of streetcars to Kenosha, by Don Loper (#128), p. 8.
Correction: Phone number for purchase of book Copper Camp Kids, p. 9.
Letter – Cover Photo Car: 1931 Nash Rumble seat coupe 872R, by Roland Uhl (#7036), p. 10.
2000 Eastern Division NASHional (with photos), p. 11.
Meritorious Service Award - Jay Ciampi, p. 14.
NCCA Lifetime Membership Proposal, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 15.
The Nash Gallery, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 19.
Check Out Our Web Pages, p. 20.
Bob Aaron Award for 2000 – Connie Graeber, p. 21.
A Tech Tip for your Forties Nash, by Patrick G. Schilling (#6132), p. 22.
1927 Nash – A Brief History, by John Koziol (#86), p. 24.
Bedford High School's 1999 Great Race Entry – Bedford High School's 1927 Nash Special Six 4 Door Sedan Restoration for the History Channel Great Race 1999, Part 3 of a continuing series, by Gordon Kennedy (Vocational Instructor, Bedford HS, Iowa), p. 25.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #33, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 32. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Tech Tips – For '51 Ambassadors -Torque Tube Bearing, by Roy Bellman (#1836), p. 35.
Photo: Old photo from the Thomas B. Jeffery Plant, by Charles Heide (#4866), p. 36.

Volume 31, No. 4 – July-August 2000
Cover Photo: 1927 Nash Advanced Six Sport Touring, John & Donna Koziol #86, Portland, Oregon.
From The Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 5.
President's Message, by Carl Dawes (#4264), p. 5.
New Members (8171-8197), p. 6.
Letters – National Automotive History Collection of the Detroit Public Library, by John O'Halloran (#1526), p. 7.
Letters – 1942 Ambassador 600 Staff Car, by Rick Baize (#7450), p. 8.
Letters – King-Seeley Gas Gauge, p. 8.
Central Division NASHional August 17-19, 2000, p. 9.
Nashs and Studebakers to Converge in Northwest, p. 10.
Memorial - Frank M. Smisek, Jr. & Bracewell, p. 11.
Midwest Region News, by Bob Loudon (#4240), p. 11.
Let's Go Back To The Future, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 12.
NCCA Thanks Ballot Tellers, p. 13.
Election Results Are In....., p. 13.
Nashing in New Zealand, by Derek Moorhouse (#6864), p. 14.
A Nash That Didn't Survive but A Love That Has, by Don Bowker (#6484), p. 15.
TNT Index Person Needed, p. 16.
Announcing the Formation of the “Nash Preservation Foundation”, by Ray Hren (#768), p. 17.
Oh Dear! [story about a 1956 Ambassador], by Robert Musclow (#4796), p. 18.
Once in a Lifetime, by Chris Whillans (#4010), p. 19.
Bedford High School's 1999 Great Race Entry – Bedford High School's 1927 Nash Special Six 4 Door Sedan Restoration for the History Channel Great Race 1999, Part 2 of a continuing series, by Gordon Kennedy (Vocational Instructor, Bedford HS, Iowa), p. 27.
The Wood Saw, by Walter Johnson (#6763), p. 31.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #32, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 35. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Our Membership, p. 39.
Photo: Old photo from the Thomas B. Jeffery plant, by Charles Heide (#4866), p. 39.
Tech Tips – 6/12 Volt Battery, by L. R. DeWester (#2375), p. 40.

Volume 31, No. 3 – May-June 2000
Cover Photo: 1955 Ambassador Six Custom LeMans Sedan, Warren & Jane Sheppick #7358, Charleroi, Pennsylvania.
From The Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 5.
President's Message, by Carl Dawes (#4264), p. 5.
New Members (8138-8170), p. 6.
Letters – Grand NASHional Auto Service, by Mike Carlson (#8136), p. 7.
Letters – Chrysler 300M - Nash Comparison, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 8.
Letters – Your Car Photo in a National, Magazine, by Robert Gross (Associate Editor, Hemmings Motor News), p. 8.
Letters – Pennsylvania R.R. - Nash Menu for Dealers, by Steve Hayes (#7977), p. 9.
Letters – Lead - Nash Rambler T-Shirt, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 9.
Letters – 1941 Nash 4160, by Bernie Coleman (#5422), p. 10.
Letters – 1940 Nash in DC, by Von Hardesty (#6250), p. 10.
Last Chance for Nashin' in Branson, p. 11.
Candidate For Secretary Charlie Wilson #4798, by Charlie Wilson (#4798), p. 12.
Candidate For Vice President Terry Davies #3667, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 12.
Candidate For Eastern Director, Francis Keem #262, by Francis Keem (#262), p. 13.
Candidate For Western Director Ben Matthews #5068, by Ben Matthews (#5068), p. 13.
Directions to the Eastern NASHional, p. 14.
Good Parts at Reasonable Prices [master cylinder, water pump for '49 Ambassador; clutch work], by Jim Patterson (#3539), p. 14.
Nash Motors Beats The Great Depression, by James Mays, p. 15. Contributed by John L. Niehaus #7120.
Bedford High School's 1999 Great Race Entry – Bedford High School's 1927 Nash Special Six 4 Door Sedan Restoration for the History Channel Great Race 1999, Part 1 of a continuing series, by Gordon Kennedy (Vocational Instructor, Bedford HS, Iowa), p. 20.
About Our “Members On Line” [and the identification of a 1954 Rambler], by Jim Bracewell (#3756), p. 23.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #31, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 27. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Bricks from First Auto plant to Aid Rambler Legacy Gallery, p. 29.
Nash Hot Rods, by Don Radbruch, p. 30.
Remember....., p. 32.
Web TV, by Ben Bliss (#5397), p. 33.
Our '50 Rambler Convertible, by Stan & Millie Thomas (#3908), p. 34.
My Dad's 49 Tub, by Lawrence Ward, p. 35.
On The Web [Brent Havekost's web site], p. 35.
From The Vice President's Corner, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 36.
Photo: Old photo from the Thomas B. Jeffery plant, by Charles Heide (#4866), p. 37.

Volume 31, No. 2 – March-April 2000
Cover Photo: 1935 Nash 3548 400 Touring Sedan, Ross Nykiel of Port Augusta, Australia.
President's Message, by Carl Dawes (#4262), p. 4.
From The Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 4.
New Members (8090-8137), p. 5.
Rules for Nash Ads, p. 8.
Letters – Charles W. Nash Grave Site, by Don Loper (#128), p. 8.
Letters – Nash-Healy Registry Active Again, by John S. Hunt (#8068), p. 9.
Letters – 3910 Factory Carburator Repair [Nash Motors Recommended Procedure, 1939], p. 9. Contributed by Rulon Aufdemorte #7354.
Letters – Springfield “2000” Cars & Parts Show, by Don Childs (#4261), p. 9.
Bluegrass/volunteer Region News, by Vicky Bauscher, p. 11.
Letters – Jydsk Automobilmuseum, Denmark [1934 Big Six & 1938 Ambassador 8], by Sigurd Gutterud (#6290), p. 11.
2000 Grand Nashional, p. 12.
Eastern Division NASHional, July 21-23, 2000, by Mark Lehman (#777), p. 13.
Nash's Help Portland Needy, by Bill Wiese (#1267), p. 14.
Where to go Nash'n in Branson, by Dick & Margaret Matson (#3222), p. 15.
Fall Meet Bluegrass/Volunteer Region, by Vicky Brascher, p. 16.
The Kenosha History Center, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 17.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #30, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 18. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
My 1957 Rambler Rebel, by Lloyd Dunn (#483), p. 20.
Restoration of Rubber Running boards, by Ray Hren (#768), p. 22.
Nothing Stays The Same [Museum's Nash Room], by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 23.
New Pacific Northwest Region Web Address, p. 24.
The Easiest 200 Dollars I Ever Made ['60 Americans in film “A Leonard Cohen Afterworld”], by John Watson (son of Larry Watson #7947), p. 25.
Meet your Handbook Chairman, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 26.
Memorial - Ralph Lang, p. 26.
That's the Car I Want! [story behind cover photo car, a 1935 Nash], by Ross Nykiel (#8037), p. 27.
Mechanic's Tool Guide [humor], p. 28. Contributed by Jerry Christensen #813.
Nash Cover Article [in “Collectible Automobile”], by Patrick R. Foster (#6709), p. 30.
Honors for a NCCA Member (Dave Anderson), by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 30.

Volume 31, No. 1 – January-February 2000
Cover Photo: 1999 Grand NASHional “Best of Show” – Bruce Amster's 1952 Nash-Healey Racer.
From the Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 4.
President's Message, by Carl Dawes (#4264), p. 4.
New Members (8051-8089), p. 5.
Club Sales Update, p. 7.
Letters – 1947 Ambassador Suburban, by Tim Heckel (#6105), p. 8.
Letters – Building Demolition in Kenosha, by Don Loper (#128), p. 9.
Letters – Nash Chevrolet Parts Center, by Fred Summer (#4708), p. 10.
They Came From Around The World (1999 Grand Nashional, New York, with photos), by Paul W. Gramlich (#95), p. 11.
Bob Aaron Award for 1999 - Lloyd Dunn, by Charlie Wilson (#4798), p. 26.
Greater Northland & Upper Mississippi River Regions- Joint Meet, by Dave Richter (#2583), p. 27.
Greater Northland Region Meet, by David Richter (#2583), p. 28.
UMRR News, by John O'Halloran (#1526), p. 29.
Nashin' in Branson, August 17-19,2000, p. 30.
Nash NASHional 2000, Westward, Ho!, by Wayne Redding (#4885), p. 32.
A Call to Arms for Leadership, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 33.
From our Membership Chairman, by Jim & Dorothy Bracewell (#3756), p. 34.
Division Update [no changes to be made to Division boundaries], by Herb Adler (#6373), p. 34.
Thank You, p. 35.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award for 1999 -Toddy Schroeder, p. 35.
Check Out Our Web Page, p. 35.
Thank You!, by Toddy Schroeder (#4357, TBJ award winner), p. 35.
Your “Heritage Preservation Committee” At Work, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 36.

Volume 30, No. 6 – November-December 1999
Cover Photo: 1951 Nash 5127 Rambler Station Wagon, Jeff Griffith #6473 of South Elgin, Illinois.
From The Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 4.
President's Message, by Carl Dawes (#4264), p. 4.
New Members (8013-8050), p. 5.
Letters – Two Subjects: #94 Nash Racing Car and 1951 Canadian Statesman, by Dennis Patchett (#5483), p. 7.
Letters – Briggs & Stratton Supplies Nash Locks, by Michael Goeddel (#8010), p. 9.
Letters – 1950 Nash and 1990 Caprice, by Doug Hirth, p. 9.
Letters – Two Photos with Stories: Nash Employees' Athletic Field, and WWII Corsair with a Nash engine, by Eric O. Nelson, Jr. (#4290), p. 10.
Letters – Nash in Sweden, by Nils-Henrik Sikstrom (#8047), p. 11.
How to Set Up a Web Site, by Doug Patton (#7927), p. 12.
UMRR News, by Margaret Matson (#3222), p. 13.
UMRR Mid-Summer Meet, by Rev & Murel Milhone (#1258), p. 14.
So. Cal. Spring/Summer Fun, by Greg Fago (#1440), p. 15.
Bulletin from Norway, by Kjell Jarle Gjerde (#7808), p. 17.
Announcing [2000 Central Division NASHional], p. 17.
Nash Almanac [Historic Events in November and December], p. 19.
Did You Know. . . [Central Division NASHional], p. 19.
Target Buick: The Nash sales Campaign Against Buick in 1940, by Von Hardesty (#6250), p. 20.
Down Memory Lane. . . Nash Found [1951 Cover Photo Rambler], by Nils-Henrik Sikstrom (#8047), p. 25.
A Personal Invitation from the Matsons and the UMRR, by Dick & Margaret Matson (#3222), p. 25.
1957 Nash Ambassador. . . All in the Family, by Dave & Linda Lorance (#7901), p. 29.
A Few Words About The Classified Ads, . . Do's & Don'ts, by Jay Ciampi (#4469), p. 30.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #29, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 31. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Nash Spotted [Nashes in museums], by Dick & Margaret Matson (#3222), p. 33.
Greetings From South Africa [1956 Statesman], by J.D. Odendaal (#3814), p. 34.
1952 ... What a Revoltin’ Development, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 35.
Photo: Old photo from the Thomas B. Jeffery plant, by Charles Heide (#4866), p. 38.
An Impressionable Youth [Nash memoir from 1940s England], by Harry Shukman, p. 39.
Film Review “A Watch Charm Rolls-Royce” – The Story of the Metropolitan, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 41.
What Happened to the Stowaway? [birth announcement], by Kurt E. Meister (#1751), p. 41.

Volume 30, No. 5 – September-October 1999
Cover Photo: 1947 Woody.
President's Message, by Carl Dawes (#4264), p. 4.
From The Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 4.
New Members (7985-8012), p. 5.
Letter – Compiégne France and a 1932 981, by Tom Harrington (#5344), p. 7.
Letter – Nash Hood Ornament, by Herb Sklar (#3453), p. 8.
Letter – Great TNT and 1999 Grand NASHional, by Bill & Vonda Nash (#4436), p. 8.
Letter – Great 1999 Grand NASHional, by David & Peggy Anderson (#6906), p. 8.
Letter – Parts Sources [used to restore a '51 Ambassador], by Roy Bellman (#1836), p. 9.
Letter – Parts Source [springs and shackle parts], by Jim & Dorothy Bracewell (#3756), p. 10.
Meet at Cairo, GA, Nash Southern Region, by Ed Romney (#3493), p. 11.
Spring Meet Bluegrass/Volunteer Region, p. 12.
Sunshine Region News, by Chuck Hammond (#5998), p. 12.
Trip to the Agriculture Hall of Fame, Historic Trails Region, by Doug & Betsy Brothers (#3550), p. 13.
Niagara Frontier Region, by Richard H. Chatley (#4045), p. 14.
Nash Spotted [Nashes in museums], p. 15.
An Unlikely Story [Nash vehicles at Pioneer Auto and Antique Town in Murdo, South Dakota], by Don Loper (#128), p. 16.
Division Update [proposal to restructure NCCA Divisions], by Herb Adler (#6373), p. 17.
By-Law Changes Required for Division Restructuring, p. 18.
Changing from 3 to 5 Divisions?, p. 21.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #28, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 22. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Teenager with a Nash - No Way!!, by Dave MacClinchy (#900), p. 26.
The Tale of a Nash [1934 Model 1220 in New Zealand], by Alan Orchard (#7360), p. 27.
Off to Work [in a 1925 Ajax, in Australia], by John White (#7743), p. 31.
Nash Almanac [Historic Events in September and October], p. 33.
Tech Tip – Installing Seat Covers, by Don Bowker (#6484), p. 33.
So You Want To Restore An Old Car [1929 Nash], by C.D. Woodard (#7580), p. 34.
Vendors Parts & Services, p. 35.
The Meritorious Service Award, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 36.
Desert Nash [1931 Nash], by George Mestressat (#7943), p. 37.
Thank You Ballot Tellers, p. 37.
1947 Suburban [story behind cover photo], by Jim Fritts (#6563), p. 38.

Volume 30, No. 4 – July-August 1999
Cover Photo: 1935 Nash Business Coupe.
President's Message, by Ray Hren (#765), p. 4.
From the Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 4.
New Members (7941-7984), p. 5.
Letter – Longpont France and a 3542 [cover photo], by Tom Harrington (#5344), p. 7.
Letter – History of the 1951 Nash from the March-April TNT issue, by Mike Zampiceni (#1048), p. 8.
Election Results Are In. . ., p. 9.
Nash Almanac [Historic Events in July and August], p. 9.
Division Update [on proposal to restructure NCCA divisions], by Herb Adler (#6373), p. 10.
We Proudly Announce: The Birth of the Pacific Northwest Region of the Nash Car Club of America, p. 11.
Memorial – Aaron Schroeder, Darrel Rader's brother, p. 11.
Tech Tip – Fuel Primer, by Kurt E. Meister (#1751), p. 12.
Roster Update (From the 1998 Roster through 5/21/99), p. 13.
Photo: Old photo from the Thomas B. Jeffery plant, by Charles Heide (#4866), p. 55.

Volume 30, No. 3 – May-June 1999
Cover Photo: 1953-54 Petty Hood Ornament.
From The Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 4.
President's Message, by Ray Hren (#768), p. 4.
New Members (7906-7940), p. 8.
Letter – Background for series of old photos from the Thomas B. Jeffery plant to run in future TNT issues, by Charles Heide (#4866), p. 8.
Letter – Vintage Cars to be Crushed, by David B. Robinson, p. 9.
Letter – Model Nash's, by Eric O. Nelson, Jr. (#4290), p. 9.
Letter – AMC Show, by Mike Turner, p. 9.
Candidate For President Carl Dawes #4264, p. 10.
Candidate For President J.W. Magner #6500, p. 10.
We Proudly Announce The Birth Of the Pacific Northwest Region, p. 11.
Candidate For Central Division Director Herb Adler #6373, p. 11.
Candidate For Treasurer Kurt E. Meister #1751, p. 11.
Wabash Valley Region News, p. 12.
Spring Meeting The Sunshine Region, by Chuck Hammond (#5998), p. 12.
Update #4 The Show You Can't Afford To Miss In 1999 – Grand Nashional, p. 13.
Museum Will Highlight Kenosha-Built Cars, p. 16.
Our 1939 Nash Ambassador, by Laura & Clayton D. Werden, Jr. (#6061), p. 17.
It's All In The Family - Member # 7847 [three generations of Nash drivers], by Bob Watson (#7847), p. 19.
“Veep Veep” From The Vice President's Corner, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 20.
Nash Hood Ornaments Designed by George Petty, by J. Pete Hopkins, p. 22.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #27, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 27. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
A Revelation!! [humor], by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 29.
Tech Tip – Water Pump Coupling Emergency Repair, by Don Bowker (#6484), p. 30.
Two Wheeled History Lesson [1887 G & J Bicycle], by Don Loper (#128), p. 31.
Check Out Our Web Page, p. 35.
New Nash Nutlet (birth announcement0, p. 35.
Nash Almanac [Historic Events in May and June], p. 35.
Photo: Old photo from the Thomas B. Jeffery plant, by Charles Heide (#4866), p. 36.

Volume 30, No. 2 – March-April 1999
Cover Photo: 1949 Nash Stake Bed Truck.
New Members (7857-7905).
President's Message, by Ray Hren (#765), p. 4.
From the Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 4.
Letters – 1931 Nash, Model 877, by Wayne McDonald (#844), p. 7.
Letters – 1929 2 door sedan, by Gary Brown (#7829), p. 9.
Letters – 1951 Nash Ambassador, by Bob Stephens (#6285), p. 9.
Nash Almanac [Historic Events in March and April], p. 10.
So Cal Region Fall Activities, by Greg Fago (#1440), p. 11.
AMCRC Meet, p. 11.
Southern Nash Meet, by Fannie Watson (#4174), p. 12.
California Statewide Meet June 5 & 6, 1999, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 12.
Fall Meet & Wiener Roast - The Wabash Valley Region, by Toddy Schroeder (#4357), p. 13.
Nash Haven Visited, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 14.
Our Summer Vacation (with 1937 Nash), by Jim & Linda Dworschack (#1), p. 15.
Aston's 1952 Nash-Healey Roadster On Way to Full Restoration, by Lee Aston (#187), p. 20.
Rare Nash Preserved [humor], by Don Bowker (#6484), p. 21.
Looking for an Artist, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 22.
Update #3 The Show You Can't Afford To Miss in 1999, p. 23.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #26, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 28. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Nash Room News, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 29.
Check Out Our Web Page, p. 29.
NCCA To Elect Officers for the Next Century, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 30.
1950 Ambassador, by Bob Loudon (#4240), p. 31.
Film Review “Think Small” – The Nash Rambler Story, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 51.

Volume 30, No. 1 – January-February 1999
Cover Photo: 1954 Nash Ambassador.
Letter – On revival of Nash styling, by Dan List (#922).
President's Message, by Ray Hren (#765), p. 4.
From the Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 4.
New Members (7814-7856), p. 5.
Letter – Anecdotes about speeding sought, by Georgia Ioannou, p. 7.
Letter – Nash Spotted [in “Sports Illustrated” 10/5/98], by John Lynn, p. 7.
Letter – Packard show seeks 1955-56 Ambassador, by George Hamlin, p. 8.
Letter – Charles Nash's Birthplace, near Cortland, Illinois, by John O'Halloran (#1526), p. 8.
Letter – 1947 Suburban, by Eric W. Fulk (#7409), p. 12.
Tech Tip – 1953 Nash Valves, by Gerald White (#4229), p. 14.
Update #2 - The Show You Can't Afford to Miss in 1999, p. 15.
Upper Mississippi River & Greater Northland Regions' Fall Meet, p. 19.
Nash Southern Region News Bulletin, p. 19.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #25, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 20. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Club Sales – Featured Item 1999 Calendar, p. 24.
New Nash Nut (birth announcement), by Patrick & Wendy Schilling (#6132), p. 25.
Tech Tip (or how to make “Junk” servicable), by Don Bowker (#6484), p. 25.
“Veep Veep” from the Vice President's Corner – '57 Nash Carburetor, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 26.
New Club Sales Item [instruction decal for lubricated radiator fans], p. 26.
American Motors' Notice to Dealers on 1957 Ambassador Prices, p. 27. Contributed by Terry Davies (#3667).
Trip to New Zealand, and the New Nash Friends Made, by Paul & Barbara Kipp (#6649), p. 28.
New Club Sales Item – Hipster-Fanny Pack, p. 30.
Chat Rooms on the Internet [for Nash], p. 42.

Volume 29, No. 6 – November-December 1998
Cover Photo: 1915 Jeffery (Gordon & Carolyn McGregor) and 1948 “600” (Joe & Sue Livingston) – 1998 Grand NASHional.
President's Message, by Ray Hren (#768), p. 3.
From The Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 4.
New Members (7777-7813), p. 5.
Letters – Tub Models available, by Don Loper (#128), p. 7.
1998 Grand NASHional, Richmond, Indiana (with photos), p. 8.
Thomas B. Jeffrey Award – Chuck Magner, p. 17.
Bob Aaron Award – Skip & Lorraine Vollmer, p. 17.
Thank you!, by Bob & Lela Naegele (#288), p. 19.
Southern California Region's Lane Victory Tour, by Neil Black (#388), p. 19.
Das Awkscht Fescht (The August Festival of Macungie), p. 21.
Southern California Region's The Orphan Car Picnic, p. 21.
Midwest Region News, by Bob Loudon (#4240), p. 22.
Southern California Region's Sizzling Summer Pot Luck, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 23.
Sunshine Region December Meet & Christmas Dinner, by Barry Brinson (#7627), p. 24.
1999 NCCA Calendars are Here!, p. 24.
Update #1 The Show you Can't Afford to Miss in 1999, p. 25.
Have Fun Decorating with a Beautiful Nash Clock, p. 28.
NCCA Annual Treasurer's Report, by J.W. Magner (#6500, Treasurer), p. 29.
Looking for a Long Lost Car, by Dennis Crisp, p. 30.
Never Again!......Again, by Doug Brothers (#3550), p. 31.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #24, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 33. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Members Survey, by Herb Adler (#6373), p. 36.
Parts Reproduction, by Glenn & Carol White (#6207), p. 37.
Memorial - Carl Chakmakian, by Todd Ruel (#7588), p. 38.
“Veep Veep” from the Vice President's Corner – '51 Tub U-Joint, by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 40.

Volume 29, No. 5 – September-October 1998
Cover Photo: 1933 Nash 1180 Advanced Eight Sedan, Kurt Meister #1751, Long Grove, IL – At the Metamora Mingle III.
President's Message, by Ray Hren (#765), p. 4.
From the Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 5.
New Members (7758-7779), p. 6.
Letters – Pre-War Nash Dealerships, by David Kerr, p. 7.
New Renewals Committee Heads (Brent & Cheryl Havekost), p. 7.
Letters – Nash-Healey, by Bruce D. Amster, p. 8.
Letters – National Automotive and Truck Museum, by Glenn Hunsucker (#2331), p. 8.
So. Cal Region Tours Historic Pasadena Bungalows, by Greg Fago (#1440), p. 9.
Upper MIssissippi River Region & Wabash Valley Region's Metamora Mingle III (with photos), by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 10.
Orange Empire Railway Museum Tour, Perris, California, p. 14.
The New York Metropolitan and Long Island Region Celebrates It's 24th Anniversary, by Paul W. Gramlich (#95), p. 14.
Albany Nash / AMC Meet (with photos), by John Palese (#6319), p. 16.
Southern / Dogwood Region's Fall Meet, by Fannie Watson (#4174), p. 18.
Grand NASHional Meet - White Plains, NY, p. 18.
Bluegrass / Volunteer Region's Fall Meet, p. 18.
A Trip To Lew Brown's, or Nashville '98, May 1998, by Warren & Jane Sheppick (#7358), p. 22.
A Note of Thanks, by Milt Hansen (#3109), p. 23.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #23, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 24. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Memorial - Lee E. Eichmann & Ada (Mrs. Hulin) Cross, p. 26.
Kenosha Historical Transportation Museum News, by Vince Ruffolo (#30), p. 27.

Volume 29, No. 4 – July-August 1998
Cover Photo: 1953 Nash-Healey, R. Lee & Mary Ellen Ashton.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Message, by Ray Hren (#768), p. 5.
From The Editor, p. 5.
New Members (7729-7757), p. 6.
Check Us Out On The Internet, p. 7.
Letters – Indy Pace Car, p. 8.
Letters – Handbook, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 8.
Erie Shores Region News, p. 9.
Letters – Another Mystery Car, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 9.
Letters – Auction: David Lewis' car collection, by Mark Brown (#7209), p. 9.
Over The Hill Tour, Spring Meet Nor-Cal Region, by Al Arnolfo (#3189), p. 10.
Nash Photos Needed, p. 11.
Nash Room News (Hartford Heritage Museum), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 11.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #22, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 12. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
1998 Grand NASHional Meet, Richmond Indiana, p. 15.
Nash Profile: Gordon McGregor, p. 16.
1953 Nash Healey Destroyed By Flood - Restored and on The Road Again, by Lee & Mary Aston (#187), p. 17.
Member Survey, p. 20.
Bet You Didn't Know ("Modern" accessories on 1909 Ramblers), by Frank Wrenick (#1721), p. 20.
1998 Grand NASHional Meet, p. 23.
Club Sales Savings, p. 24.
Club Sales-Featured Item: NCCA Car Grille Badge, p. 24.
Celebrate Spring With Colorful Sweatshirts, p. 25.
Have Fun Decorating With A beautiful Nash Clock, p. 26.
Make Someone Happy With A Gift of NCCA Pewter, p. 27.

Volume 29, No. 3 – May-June 1998
Cover Photo: 1931 Nash 890 Ambassador, Eric & Pat Barfield, London, England.
President's Message, by Ray Hren (#768), p. 4.
From The Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 5.
New Members (7682-7728), p. 6.
Erie Shores Region News, p. 8.
Welcome - New Midwest Region, by Herb Adler (#6373, Central Division Director), p. 8.
Wabash Valley Region News-After Christmas Party, by Toddy Schroeder (#4357), p. 9.
Oh-Penn Region News, by Lorraine & Skip Vollmer (#3526), p. 9.
Midwest Region-NCCA, by Bob Loudon (#4240), p. 10.
Northeast Region News, by Steve Rugens (#3395), p. 10.
UMRR Winter Meet, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 12.
Nash-Rambler Meet Albany '98, p. 13.
Did You Know - Indianapolis 500 Museum, by Richard Mihm (#7251), p. 13.
Nash Profile - Ray Hren, by Ray Hren (#768), p. 14.
Book Review - The Nash Styling Sketchbook, by Laurie Anderson (#5045, TNT Editor), p. 16.
Club Sales-Featured Item, p. 17.
Celebrate Spring With Colorful Sweatshirts, p. 18.
Have Fun Decorating With A beautiful Nash Clock, p. 19.
Nash Photo's Needed, p. 20.
Make Someone Happy With A Gift of NCCA Pewter, p. 20.
Candidate For Secretary, Gordon McGregor #49, p. 21.
Candidate For Vice President Terry Davies #3667, p. 21.
Candidate For Western Director William Wiese #1267, p. 21.
Candidate For Eastern Director Bill Tilden #4480, p. 22.
Nash Room News, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 23.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #21 (1948), by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 27. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Another Mystery Nash, by Fred Summers (#4708), p. 30.
It Was An Awful Lot Of Fun, by Bob Loudon (#4240), p. 32.
Two Events Sponsored By The Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village, p. 35.

Volume 29, No. 2 – March-April 1998
Cover Photo: Jeffery Motors Plant, Kenosha, Wisconsin, 1910.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Another Nash Nutlet, p. 5.
From The Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 5.
New Members (7619-7681), p. 6.
Letter – New 1950 Nash Owner, by Jeffery M. Scott (#7630), p. 10.
Letter – Mid Columbia Activities, by Wayne Redding (#4885), p. 11.
Letter – Feature Articles, p. 11.
Letter – Sedmonts honeymoon in a 1957 Ambassador, by A.G. Riley Sedmont (#7111), p. 11.
Letter – Nash Pictures for Web Site, by Jim & Dorothy Bracewell (#3756), p. 12.
Letter – 1998 Classic AMX Club Int'l, by Mark & Sue Knapp, p. 12.
1998 Grand NASHional, p. 13.
Nash Hubcap Book, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 14.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #20, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 15. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Featured Car 1951 Ambassador, Model 5168, p. 18.
Kenosha '98, p. 20.
Help Needed: Lawyer to help establish Nash Heritage Foundation, by Ray Hren (#768), p. 20.
Words Regarding Election of National Officers, p. 21.
Kenosha Transportation Homecoming, p. 22.
Iola Old Car Show & Swap Meet, p. 23.
Parts Reproduction Items (floor mats and springs), by Glenn & Carol White (#6207), p. 23.
Celebrating The Holidays With The So. Cal. Region, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 24.
How To Help Identify The 4-Digit Model Number, by Tom Anderson (#5045), p. 25.
Did You Know? '46-'48 Front Brake Hoses, p. 25.
Poetry Corner, p. 26.
Technology Update: Turn Signals, by Thomas A. Sokol, p. 27.
Club Sales Update, p. 28.

Volume 29, No. 1 – January-February 1998
Cover Photo: Tom Herrington with his 1953 Nash-Healey.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
From The Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 3.
President's Column, by Ray Hren (#768), p. 4.
New Members (7602-7618), p. 4.
E-mail addresses to be added to the next Roster, by Bob & Lela Naegele (#288), p. 5.
Bob Aaron Award – Jim Morris, p. 6.
New Web Page Address (nashcarclub.org), p. 6.
Letter – Fan Oiling (original instruction decals, 1930s models), by Bill Hanna, p. 7.
Letter – 1940 Transmission Oil, by Thomas Irmick (#7147), p. 7.
Letter – Nash Special Six Transmission Oil, by Dick Diebels (#880), p. 8.
Patrick Foster Honored By Automotive Historians, p. 10.
Kenosha Transportation Homecoming Celebration, p. 11.
DOT 3 Brake Fluid Is Really Motor Oil, p. 11.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #19, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 12. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
The Wabash Valley Region News, p. 14.
The 1997 So. Cal. Region Chili Feed (with photos), by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 14.
Central Missouri River Region News, by Marcus Mundt (#4539), p. 16.
How I Found My '55 Farina Hudson Rambler Station Wagon, by Vernon Atterberry (#7605), p. 17.
Kenosha Museum, p. 18.
1998 Grand NASHional, p. 18.
Book Promotion: The Nash Styling Sketchbook by Patrick Foster, p. 19.
Wabash Valley Region Cross country Meet, p. 21.
1st Annual Nash Thrash, p. 22.
Memorial - Charles Carnock, p. 24.
Club Sales Update, p. 24.
Cross Country Meet, p. 25.
Memorial - David Marvin Lewis, by Maryanna Lewis, p. 25.
Upper Mississippi River Region Fall Color Tour (with photos), by Tom, Laurie & Carl Anderson (#5045), p. 26.
Did You Know? (Brakes, generators and horns), p. 28.

Volume 28, No. 6 – November-December 1997
Cover Photo: 1929 Nash 420 Standard Six Sedan, Gerald & Mae Allain.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award for 1997 – Don Oakley, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 3.
From The Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 4.
President's Column, by Ray Hren (#768), p. 4.
Club Sales Update, p. 4.
New Members (7553-7601), p. 6.
Letter – Paul Harvey Car, by Charles & Ann Carnock (#4461), p. 8.
Letter – Nash Nut, by John Aben (#7516), p. 9.
Letter – Automotive writer seeks material, by Monty Montgomery, p. 10.
Letter – EPA Clean Air Standards, by Franklin Kelody (#6598), p. 10.
Letter – Why are there no miniature Nash models?, by Peter E. Wahlberg, p. 10.
The San Sylmar Tour: Visiting The Nethercutt Collection by the So. Cal. Region, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 11.
Parts Reproduction Information Needed, by Glenn & Carol White (#6207), p. 13.
Mystery Nash (1936 Nash Ambassador with unusual headlights), by Chris Whillans (#4010), p. 13.
Bluegrass/Volunteer Nash Region Club, by Vicky Bauscher, p. 15.
Memories Of A Sharp Eyed Reader, by Chris Whillans (#4010), p. 18.
Did You Know? (1941-48 Series 40 pinion coupling problem), by Bob DeWester, p. 20.
Thanks NCCA! (for the Thomas B. Jeffery Award), by Don Oakley (#502), p. 20.
1997 Grand NASHional, Buellton, California (with photos), p. 21.
Say “Happy Holidays” With Colorful Sweatshirts, p. 28.
Say “Happy Holidays” With A Beautiful Nash Clock, p. 29.
Say “Happy Holidays” With A Gift Of NCCA Pewter, p. 30.
Did You KNow? (Type of oil recommended for 1937-1953 transmissions), by Bob DeWester, p. 30.

Volume 28, No. 5 – September-October 1997
Cover Photo: 1937 Ambassador, Charles & Ann Carnock.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Nash Room News (Hartford Heritage Museum, seeking cars to display), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 3.
President's Column, by Ray Hren (#768), p. 4.
From The Editor, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 4.
New Members (7508-7552), p. 5.
Letter – On the meet hosted by the Historic Trails Region, by Chuck Block, p. 7.
Letter – 1930 450 Restoration In Holland, by Jan & Anne-Marie Erven (#6606), p. 8.
Letter – Sources of parts and information, by Richard Mihm (#7251), p. 8.
Letter – Door handles etc. reproduced in stainless steel, by Clyde Mason (#6713), p. 10.
Letter – Author's cars and some corporate history, by Bill Wilt (#1031, former AMC District Manager), p. 10.
Letter – Old Cars Weekly article on Nash cars, by Charles J. Stankivitz, p. 14.
Letter – Misidentified Met, by James D. Bush (#7237), p. 14.
Letter – Proposed EPA Rules, by Frank Kolody (#6598), p. 15.
Letter – Origin of the Rebel name, by Walter F. Losiniecki, p. 15.
Water Pump/Generator Coupling Failure, by Don Bowker (#6484), p. 16.
Bluegrass/Volunteer Region Spring Meet (with photos), by Vicky Bauscher, p. 16.
Nash Tech Tip, Differentials & Torque Tubes, by Don Bowker (#6484), p. 16.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #18, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 18. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
1937 Nash LaFayette 3718 Four Door, by Walter A. Miller, p. 23.
Did You Know? – 1937-1940 LaFayette sticking valve problem, by Bob DeWester, p. 27.
Did You Know? – Nash on the Dow Jones, p. 27.
The 1997 Central NASHional Meet (with photos), p. 28.

Volume 28, No. 4 – July-August 1997
Cover Photo: 1946 Nash 600, Buck & Loraine Boyce.
How About A Little Fire, Scarecrow?! (Tip on filling gas cans), by Doug Huth (#7071), p. 3.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
E-Mail Anyone? (Formation of a club distribution list), by Bob Naegele (#288), p. 4.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 4.
Southern/Dogwood Regions Fall Meet, p. 5.
Dayton Museum of Discovery, Concours d'Elegance, p. 5.
Club Sales Update, by Don Oakley (#502), p. 5.
High Plains Region, by Gary M. Lee (#6395), p. 6.
In Memory of Chuck Anderson, p. 8.
Hartford Auto Museum Invitational, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 8.
It's Been a Long, Long Time! (50th anniversary with a 1946 Nash), p. 8.
In Memory – Chuck Anderson, p. 8.
So. Cal. Region's 21st Anniversary Brunch, by Greg Fago (#1440), p. 9.
1996 Roster Update, p. 9.
New Members (7472-7507), p. 10.
Indoor Desert BBQ... In The Rain, by Greg Fago (#1140), p. 10.
Roster Update (listing new members since the 1996 Roster), p. 12.

Volume 28, No. 3 – May-June 1997
Cover Photo: 1947 Woodie Suburban Nash.
What's in a Name? – Origin of the Holiday Rambler travel trailer company's name, p. 3.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 4.
New Members (7431-7471), p. 4.
Advisor Program (about the program, and request for pre-war door handle substitutes), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 6.
Letter – Looking for family's 1951 Nash, by Lori & Merlin Kutnink, p. 7.
Letter – Looking for right-hand drive Rambler Ambassador postal vehicle, by Rob Klau, p. 8.
1997 Central Divisional Meet, Atchison, Kansas, p. 8.
Letter – 1961 Met as Christmas present, by Jane Ott (#7460), p. 8.
1997 Grand NASHional, Buellton, California, p. 9.
Parts Reproduction Update (fabric, 1949-51 shocks, tune-up parts, a casting business), by Glenn & Carol White (#6207), p. 9.
The Tailgating Wagon (1947 Nash Suburban), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 10.
On The Road Again, by Fred Summers (#4708), p. 13.
When I Was a Member of the 400 Set, by Bob Loudon (#4240), p. 15.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #17, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 18. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Candidate For Treasurer Jim Magner #6500, p. 21.
Candidate For President Ray Hren #768, p. 21.
Candidate For Central Division Director, Chuck Magner #587, p. 22.
Candidate For Central Division Director, Herb Adler #6373, p. 22.
“Nashin' Into The 21st Century!” With Colorful Sweatshirts, p. 23.
What Went Wrong?, by Charles E. Depkin Jr. (#3397), p. 24.
Put a Tiger in Your Tank.. But Don't Leave It There, by Doug Huth (#7071), p. 25.
News From The Northeast Region, by Steve Rugens (#3395), p. 26.
Promotional article for Patrick Foster's book The Metropolitan Story, p. 27.
Nash's Partner - Hudson, by Lloyd Dunn (#483), p. 28.

Volume 28, No. 2 – March-April 1997
Cover Photo: Bathing Beauties with 1957 Rambler Rebel.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Whitecaps and Hubcaps Car Show, p. 3.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 4.
First Annual Ypsilanti Orphan Car Show, p. 4.
Met Fest '97, p. 5.
Motor Muster Greenfield Village, Dearborn, MI, p. 5.
Club Sales Update, by Don Oakley (#502), p. 5.
Election of NCCA Officers – 1997, by Ray Hren (#768), p. 6.
New Members (7381-7430), p. 7.
Letter – Appreciation for Nash calendar, by Jay Ciampi (#4469), p. 9.
Letter – 1938 "Electric Hand" shifting, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 9.
Letter – 1947 Nash Ambassador Suburban, by Eric W. Fulk (#7409), p. 10.
Letter – Chrysler Financial Corp. Calendar with 1949 Nash 600 Super Special, by Joe Ligotti (#4666), p. 10.
Letter – Nash Award Watch, by John Bolster, p. 11.
Motor Ioway 1000, by John & Bunny White (#4960), p. 12.
1997 Grand NASHional, Buellton, California, p. 13.
1997 Central Divisional Meet, Historic Trails – Historic Transportation, p. 13.
A Young Nash Nutlet's Christmas, by Linda & Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 14.
So. Cal. Region 1996 Christmas Brunch, by Greg Fago (#1440), p. 15.
Southern California Region 20th Anniversary Chili Feed, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 16.
1957 Rambler Rebel, by Charlie & Maggie Wilson (#4798), p. 19.
Letter to all Rambler dealers regarding the Rambler Rebel dated March 1, 1957, by Roy Abernethy (VP AMC Automotive Distribution and Marketing), p. 20.
American Motors Sales, Corporation Price List, , Bulletin – Dealer, Supplement to No. 40: March 1, 1957, Rambler Rebel., by American Motors, p. 21.
Rambler Rebel, by Joe H. Wherry, p. 22.
Detroit's Stock Rods, by Joe H. Wherry, p. 25.
Letter written from The Bendix Corporation dated April 5, 1963 regarding the Bendix Electrojector, by L. G. Roblyer (Bendix Advertising & Sales Dept.), p. 27.
Letter from American Motors regarding fuel injection systems in the 1957 Rebel, by Carl Chakmakian (AMC Manager of Product Information), p. 28.
Rebel Specifications (copy of an American Motors promotional document), by American Motors, p. 29.
High Performance, Compactness... with Safety (possibly a transcript of some AMC promotional material), p. 30.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #16, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 31. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Nash Hubcaps 1917-1957 (a book available through the NCCA), by David Powers (#2408), p. 35.

Volume 28, No. 1 – January-February 1997
Cover Photo: Unidentified1933 Nash Eight.
Calendar of Events, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 3.
New Members (7333-7375), p. 4.
Letter – Photos of a 1936 Nash, Model 3620 or 3680, by Jim Bracewell (#3756), p. 6.
Letter – Article on 1953 Statesman appears in Classic Auto Restorer, by Nathan Swanson (#5653), p. 6.
Letter – Source for fan hub bearing for 1949 Ambassador, by Howard Anderson (#1691), p. 7.
Servicing Nash Vibration Damper, p. 8. Contributed by Gene Mace (#6008).
1937 Nash Bed Conversion Equipment AC-260 (reproduction of instruction booklet), p. 8. Contributed by Jim Bracewell (#3756).
Sleeping Car – Cuts Travel Costs (1937-38 Salesman's fact book), p. 11. Contributed by Jim Bracewell (#3756).
Letter – 1938 Nash equiped with the Bendix "Electric Hand", by Bill Osterhoudt, p. 14.
Letter – Requesting information about parts sources; parts source for 1949-51 schocks, by Glenn & Carol White (#6207), p. 14.
Lubricating Your Vacuum Windshield Wiper Motor, p. 15. Contributed by Carl Dawes (#4264).
Letter – Seeking Nash-related material for a "Automobile History Day by Day" calendar, by Douglas A. Wick, p. 15.
Letter – Cooper Film Cars seeks autos for movies, by Noeline Hession (Cooper Classics, Ltd.), p. 16.
Letter – Authors looking for photos of 1931 series 8-90, 1932 9-90, Advanced 8 and Ambassador 8, and 1933-34 Ambassador 8, by Peter E. Wahlberg, p. 16.
Letter – regarding Paul Harvey and 1940 LaFayette, and L-head engines before the Ajax, by Ross Kiihn, p. 17.
1934 1200 Series Nash Sedan, by Alan Orchard (#7360), p. 17. Contributed by Jim Bracewell.
Letter – 29 Nash Sedan, Street rod, by Larry & Linda Wolz (#6622), p. 17.
Letter – No Thanks! I'll Keep My Nash (on collision repair costs), by Bob Walker (#3690), p. 19.
Upper Mississippi River Region Harvest Festival (with photos), by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 20.
1996 Events of The Greater Northland Region, p. 22.
Bluegrass/Volunteer Region Fall Meet, Cumberland Gap, TN, by Lee & Rodger Carlson, p. 23.
My First Nash A 1948 Brougham - Some close calls and mishaps, by Rinehold Peter (#2764), p. 25.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #15, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 29. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Answers for Trivia Contest in the Nov-Dec 1996 TNT, p. 33.
What To Do When The Greyhound Won't Run (Rambler pushes bus), by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 33.
An American Motors Home Library (annotated bibliography of AMC-related books), by Patrick R. Foster (#6709), p. 35.
Nash Airflyte Visor Shade, AC-5649 (copy of Nash promotional material), p. 38. Contributed by Ken Havekost.
Nash Airflyte Rear Window Wiper, AC-3552 (copy of Nash promotional material), p. 39. Contributed by Ken Havekost.

Volume 27, No. 6 – November-December 1996
Cover Photo: 1937 Ambassador 8, Charles & Dave Carnock.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 3.
Club Sales Update, p. 4.
New Members (7315-7332), p. 4.
Letter – 53 Nash Hydromatic Tool J2545A, by Gerald White (#4229), p. 6.
Letter – 51 Nash on pole used as a sign, by Fred Summers (#4708), p. 6.
Letter – 1934 Nash Post Card, by Carson Johnson, p. 7.
Letter – Announcement of new Nash Car Club Website, by Jim Bracewell (#3756), p. 7.
Letter – Thank you for Bob Aaron Award, by Tom & Fannie Watson (#4174), p. 7.
Letter – Story of 35 Nash in Sweden, by Gunnar Eriksson (#3657), p. 9.
Letter – Thank you for Best of Show award, by Charles, Ann & Dave Carnock (#4461), p. 9.
TNT Editors Needed, p. 10.
Letter – Ohio Grand Nashional and Sell-Out of The Last Independent, by Patrick R. Foster (#6709), p. 10.
Say Happy Holidays With a Gift of NCCA Pewter, p. 11.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award for 1996: Jim & Dorothy Bracewell, p. 12.
Bob Aaron Award: Tom & Fannie Watson, p. 12.
Upper Mississippi River Region News - Old World Wisconsin Meet, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 13.
1996 Grand NASHional (with photos of the meet), p. 14.
Highly Trivial - Trivia Contest, p. 25.
1996 Ramble, by Charlie Wilson (#4798), p. 26.
Running Board Restoration - 1937, by Dave Carnock (#4461), p. 29.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #14, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 30. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
American Motors on the Newsstands! (Nash related articles published in current auto magazines), p. 36.

Volume 27, No. 5 – September-October 1996
Cover Photo: 1950 Nash, Doug Brothers.
Chrome Wheel Disks - Mouldings.
Chrome Wheel Discs - Mouldings (copy of 1938 salesman's book), by Jim Bracewell (#3756).
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Yes! We have No Clocks Today! (confusion regarding reprint of original Nash clock ad), p. 3.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 4.
New Members (7287-7314), p. 4.
In Memoriam: Malvin M. Hochstein, inventory of the Weathereye, p. 5.
Keep Those Letters Coming! (acknowledging major contributors to the TNT), by Charlie & Maggie Wilson (#4798), p. 6.
Letter – 1917 Jeffery invited to Chicago Concours d'elegance, by Ed Smith, p. 6.
Letter – 1922 Nash Six Series 691 Instruction Book, by Georges Borodine, p. 7.
Letter – Ambassador fan hub bearing, by Howard Anderson (#1691), p. 7.
Letter – Three Fine Antiques (Photo of John Emory and two of his cars), by John Emory (#1580), p. 8.
Letter – Looking for a 1926 Series 260, by Jerry L. Ball, p. 8.
Letter – 1925 Nash Pickup, by Anthony R. Black, p. 9.
Letter – 1937 LaFayette 400, by Jay & Vickie Russon, p. 10.
Letter – 1929 Nash 420 Sedan, by Joseph Lapointe (#6695), p. 10.
Nashes, Ramblers, & AMC's Dominate Snellville Meet!, p. 12.
Letter – Corel Great Race in Omaha includes two Nashes, by Bob Lawrence (#3381), p. 12.
Southern California Region, 20th Anniversary Celebration, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 14.
Sunshine Region News, p. 15.
Southern California Region, Train Trip Riding The Movie Trains, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 16.
Bluegrass/Volunteer Region Attends Museum Opening, by Rodger & Lee Carlson, p. 19.
1938 Nash Prices, by Nash Motors, p. 21. Contributed by Jim Bracewell.
Zack, a '50 Nash, by Doug Brothers (#3550), p. 25.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #13, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 26. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
The “Dancing Nash”, by Charlie Wilson (#4798), p. 29.
Parts Reproduction Program – Upholstery, by Glenn & Carol White (#6207), p. 32.
Advertisement for 1899 Rambler bicycle, p. 33. Contributed by Mike Wennin (#4873).
Win a New 1949 Ambassador Custom 4-Door (raffle of model car), p. 34.

Volume 27, No. 4 – July-August 1996
Cover Photo: 1948 Nash Ambassador Brougham.
Reproduction of an advertisement for a Nash showroom clock. Contributed by Rodney Sabacky (#4742).
The Legend of Miss Bonny, Restoring a Cut-up 1948.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 4.
Club Sales Update, by Don Oakley (#502), p. 4.
New Members (7249-7286), p. 5.
Nash Room News (at the Hartford Heritage Auto Museum), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 5.
Letter – Author seeks photographs of Nash cars, by Rene Grenier, p. 7.
Editor's Note: Reminder about how to obtain assistance from the club library, p. 7.
Letter – Author has acquired a Nash Quad Truck, by George W. House, Jr., p. 7.
Letter – Author's Nash vehicles; Photo of his 1950 Ambassador, by Don Oakley (#502), p. 8.
Letter – Seeking photos of 1928 Nash rear bumper, by Ray Edelmaier, p. 9.
Letter – Author announces publication of his book, The Metropolitan Story, by Patrick R. Foster (#6709), p. 9.
Letter – New Nash Book, p. 9.
Here We Grow Again! News From The New Bluegrass/Volunteer Region, p. 10.
Letter – Spaniard seeks help with parts for a 1930 Nash Model 490, p. 10.
In Memoriam: Donald Foucault, by Barb Foucault, p. 10.
COVR Spring Meet, Richmond, IN, May 3-5, 1996, p. 12.
Orphan Car Show, Snellville, GA, p. 13.
1996 Grand NASHional, New Philadelphia, OH, p. 15.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #12, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 18. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
The Legend of Miss Bonnie: Restoring a Cut-up 1948 Nash Ambassador Brougham, by Rinehold Peter (#2764), p. 20.
Win A New 1949 Ambassador Custom 4-Door, p. 33.

Volume 27, No. 3 – May-June 1996
Cover Photo: Miss Universe Beauty Pageant Contestants with 1957 Station Wagon. Contributed by Ken Havekost.
Letter – with copy of advertisement for a 1957 "Hudson 108" from South Africa, by J.D. Odendaal (#3814).
Letter – Copy of South African "Dating Certificate," authenticating import of a 1934 Nash Big Six. Contributed by A. Roos.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 4.
Reminder from the Treasurer (regarding payment in U.S. dollars), p. 5.
New Members (7203-7248), p. 5.
Letter – Repair of "Treadlevac" power brakes, by Ed Dunn, p. 7.
Letter – Old photos of '36 and '37 LaFayettes, by Jim Bracewell (#3756), p. 8.
Notice: Some TNT issues for March-April had missing pages, by Jim Bracewell (#3756), p. 9.
Letter – Compliments to Ray Hren from an Australian LaFayette owner, by W.H. (Bill) Watson (#733), p. 9.
Letter – Photo of Nash hot rod, by Kenneth Scherer (#1015), p. 9.
Letter – Regarding author's 1924 Nash Model 46 Carriole, by Ken Shaw (#7207), p. 10.
Photos of Dave Hendler's 1929 Nash Model 435 Special Six, p. 12.
Photos of Yasuhiro Yoshii's 1955 Hudson Station Wagon, p. 12.
Letter and Ad for 1957 Hudson 108, p. 13.
Nashin' Into The 21st Century!, by Paul W. Gramlich (#95), p. 14.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #11, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 15. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
More Details of This Years Grand NASHional, by Skip Vollmer (#3526), p. 18.
Greater Northland Region News, p. 20.
Candidate For Vice President, Ray Hren, #768, p. 20.
Candidate For Eastern Division Director, Bill Tilden #4480, p. 21.
Candidate For Secretary, Cindy Carmack, #290, p. 21.
Candidate For Western Division Director, Bill Wiese, #1267, p. 22.
A Car Road Test, The Nash Rambler, p. 23.
Nash Joins Durant in Canada (copy of 1931 Canadian newspaper article), p. 28. Contributed by Chris Whillams (#4010).
Sunshine Region News, by Sally Noel (#2288), p. 29.
Historic Trails Historic Ramble, p. 29.

Volume 27, No. 2 – March-April 1996
Cover Photo: 1935 Nash LaFayette, Jim Laird.
Met Fest '96, p. 3.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 4.
An Invitation to Membership for the Proposed Kentucky and Tennessee Region, p. 4.
Joint Spring Meet in Charlotte, April 11-14, 1996, p. 5.
Snellville Days Orphan Vehicle Show, May 5, 1996, p. 5.
Words of Wistom (Charles W. Nash on the virtues of smaller cars), p. 5. Contributed by Dave Siringer.
New Members (7180-7202), p. 6.
Grand NASHional, August 15-18, 1996, p. 7.
Letter – Brochures offering toy Nash cars for dealership use ('49 Airflyte and '02 Rambler), p. 8. Contributed by Ken Havekost.
Letter: – Nash Delivery ("Santa's reindeer lost their dash, he'll make deliveries in his Nash"), by John Emory (#1580), p. 8.
Letter – Nash Memories (1937 Nash Ambassador), by Carl Battista (#6795), p. 11.
Letter – 1940 Ambassador trip, by Von Hardesty (#6250), p. 13.
Letter – 1923 Jordan Playboy Roadster, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 13.
Letter – 1948 Nash Truck - South Africa, by J.D. Odendaal (#3814), p. 15.
Letter – 1935 LaFayette Brougham Model 3513 in New Zealand, by Jim Laird, p. 16.
Upper Mississippi River Region News - Winter Meet "Hobby Time", by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 17.
Santa Makes an Early Visit To The Southern California Region, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 18.
Southern Region 10th Anniversary Celebration, by Fannie Watson (#4174), p. 20.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - #10, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 21. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Profiles in Demurrage, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 24.
Words Regarding Election of National Officers, p. 29.

Volume 27, No. 1 – January-February 1996
Cover Photo: 1927 Nash Advance Six Touring, John Koziol.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 3.
Change in Dues, p. 4.
New Members (7139-7179), p. 4.
Club Sales Update, by Don Oakley (#502), p. 6.
Letter – 1948 600 Restoration, by Phil Smith (#5885), p. 7.
Letter – Author announces publication of two of his articles, by Patrick R. Foster (#6709), p. 8.
Letter – Nash car hauler with pictures, by Bob Loudon (#4240), p. 8.
Letter – 1928 Standard Six in Finland, with photo, by Iisakki Salama, p. 10.
Letter – New member car photos (introduction), by Jim Bracewell (#3756), p. 11.
Photo: 1930 Nash 453 Sedan, Joe & Joyce Gour (#7172), p. 12.
Photo: 1959 Metropolitan, Chris Walker (#7809), p. 12.
Photo: 1939 Nash 3920 Ambassador Sedan, Buford Hodges (#7163), p. 13.
Photo: 1930 Nash Twin-Ignition Six 486 Roadster, Luc Devalck, p. 13.
Letter – 1939 LaFayette with photo, by David Hurrie (#7126), p. 14.
Letter – 1919 Nash 681 Touring Car, by Reinaldo Manuel Lopes de Almeida, p. 14.
Letter – 1931 Nash Model 660, by Robert Coletta (#7162), p. 15.
Letter – New members with 1932 Phaeton and 1948 Custom Cabriolet (with photos), by Tom Harrington (#5344), p. 15.
1995 Western Division NASHional, Portland, p. 16.
Central Ohio Valley Fall Meet, McCormick's Creek State Park, October 14, 1995, p. 20.
Upper Mississippi River Region Fall Color Tour, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 22.
Southern California Region 1995 Chili Feed, November 5th. 1995, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 24.
A Statesman On The Road To Heaven, by Chris Whillans (#4010), p. 25. Contributed by Chris Whillans.
Parts Reproduction Program (1938 LaFayette shocks; 1946-46 Ambassador emergency brake return spring; 1937 LaFayette brake shoes), by Glenn & Carol White (#6207), p. 29.

Volume 26, No. 6 – November-December 1995
Cover Photo: 1934 Nash Ambassador, Ted Bunnell.
End Of An Era, by Albin Anderson.
Club Sales Update, by Don Oakley (#502), p. 3.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 4.
New Members (7102-7138), p. 4.
Parts Reproduction Program!!!, by Glenn & Carol White (#6207), p. 6.
Former Illinois Nash Dealer Dies (Charles Kuhn), by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 7.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award for 1995: Gordon McGregor, p. 8.
In Memorium - George W. Romney, by Patrick R. Foster (#6709), p. 9.
Letter – regarding a repair kit for RANCO heater control valves, by Bob Wilmoth (#1383), p. 13.
Letter – to the editor of the Herald-Palladium (St. Joseph, MI) regarding its article about George Romney, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 13.
Letter – A cartoon mentions Nash, by Steve Parsons (#7087), p. 14.
Letter – Image of Nash used in modern advertisement for tires, by Greg Bell (#5065), p. 15.
Letter – 1928 Nash Standard Six, by Iisakki Salama, p. 15.
Letter – Photos from the 1995 Grand NASHional, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 16.
Letter – Grand NASHional, p. 16.
The 1995 Grand NASHional (with photos from the meet), by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 18.
A Ramble To Remember, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 23.
Nashes Receive Milestone Status (from the Milestone Car Society), p. 24.
Little Things Can Mean A Lot (Petty hood ornaments and sales), by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 25.
Bob Aaron Award: Fran Keem, p. 26.
Raffle of 1952 cardboard replica of a 1902 Rambler with two full-size motorists in driving attire (male and female), p. 27.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - # 9, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 28. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.

Volume 26, No. 5 – September-October 1995
Cover Photo: 1930 Nash 453, Richard & Mary Lou Hurd.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 3.
Advisor Program, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 4.
New Members (7076-7101), p. 5.
Nash Parts Reproduction Program (New chairpersons announced), p. 6.
Kenosha County Historical Society presents award to Vincent Ruffolo (#30), p. 6.
Letter – 50 Bathtub Model, by Daniel Bera (#6012), p. 8.
In Memory - George Romney, p. 8.
Roaring 20's Auto Club Car Show Southbury, CT, p. 8.
Letter – 1928 Model 320, by Gerald Schaub (#7012), p. 9.
Letter – Parts Source, p. 10.
Letter – 1941 600, by Jack & Georgie Johnson (#7057), p. 10.
Letter – 1931 Rumble Seat Coupe – Germany, by Roland Uhl (#7036), p. 10.
A Visit To Northern New England And The 1995 Eastern NASHional (with photos of the meet), p. 11.
Letter – regarding the 1995 Eastern Nashionals, by Patrick R. Foster (#6709), p. 13.
Happy 21st Birthday NY Metro & Long Island Region, p. 16.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - # 8, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 17. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Where To Put It (Humor about the problem of finding space to store cars), by Doug Brothers (#3550), p. 20.
On The Yellow Brick Road!, by Chris Williams, p. 21.
Nash Comes to Canada, by E.J. Wilkinson, p. 28. Contributed by Chris Whillams (#4010).
NCCA Jackets, p. 36.

Volume 26, No. 4 – July-August 1995
Cover Photo: 1953 Nash.
Calendar of Events, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 3.
New Members (7043-7075), p. 4.
Remembering Steve Jewett, by Doug Brothers (#3550), p. 5.
Letter – To Krause Publications regarding Nash coverage, by Donald F. Siver (#1021), p. 6.
Ramble '95 – Update, by Vince Ruffolo (#30), p. 6.
Metropolitan Car Show, p. 7.
Letter – Writer seeks indentification of a Nash in Spain, by Juan Vila Capdevila, p. 8.
Letter – 1938 Nash Ambassador in New Zealand, by Michael Croft (#7014), p. 9.
Letter – Author's restoration of a 1953 Nash Statesman (cover photo), by Nathan Swanson (#5653), p. 10.
Letter – 1953 Nash, p. 10.
Letter – Nash Stories (author's memories), by Patrick J. Costello (#6812), p. 11.
Letter – Grand NASHional Adventure, by Dan & Loretta Oakley (#502), p. 14.
Civil Defense Looking For Nash's, p. 16.
'49 and '50 Nash Safety Improvement Tip (making brighter tail lights), by Jim Patterson (#3539), p. 17.
Installing Turn Signals On Your Nash or Collector Car, by Reinhold Peter (#2764), p. 17.
Central Ohio Valley/OH-Penn Regions Joint Meet, by Charlie & Maggie Wilson (#4798), p. 20.
Who is Mr. Buddy? (1949 Nash 600 used in TV show), by Bob & Lela Naegele (#288), p. 20.
Upper Mississippi River Region News Dutch Days in Fulton, IL, p. 21.
Restoration - 1937 Nash Ambassador 8, by Charles Carnock (#4461), p. 24.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - # 7, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 26. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Picking The Pinnacle, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 28.
Upper Mississippi River Region Winter Party, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 30.
Nash Select (number 3). (Copy of publication offering tips for salesmen on selling used Nash Cars), p. 31. Contributed by Ken Havekost.
50 Years Nash Airflight – The New Nash Hood Ornament (of 1952, copy of illustrated brochure), by Nash Motors, p. 33.

Volume 26, No. 3 – May-June 1995
Cover Photo: 1955 Nash Ambassador, Pinin Farina Prototype, Lee & Ruth Bortmas.
An Invitation to an AMC club meet, by Bruce Kaiser (#6698), p. 3.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 4.
Host for 1966 Central Division Meet Needed, by Jim Morris, p. 4.
Nash Library Update, by Neal White (#3417), p. 5.
Club Sales Update, p. 5.
New Members (7002-7042), p. 6.
Letter – Suggestion for Nash Room display at the Hartford Heritage Museum, by Victor Sturman (#6682), p. 8.
Where'd You Buy That Nash? (Inquiry about a Chicago department store as Nash dealer), p. 8.
Nash Room News (Hartford Heritage Museum), p. 8.
1995 Grand NASHional, p. 9.
1995 Eastern NASHional - Burlington, Vermont, by Steve Rugens (#3395), p. 10.
1940 Nash Pedal Car, by Lester & Colleen Vohs (#2919), p. 12.
Special Guests To Be At Eastern NASHional Meet, p. 12.
West Coast Caravan to the Western National Meet (form), p. 13.
My Memory of Roger Fonk, by Patrick Schilling (#6132), p. 14.
In Memory - Walt Erixon, by Les & Colleen Vohs (#2919), p. 16.
Candidate For Treasurer, J.W. Magner #6500, p. 17.
Candidate For President, Chuck Magner, #587, p. 17.
Candidate For Central Division Director, Jim Morris #5274, p. 18.
Roster Update, p. 18.
Brooks Stevens: He Loved Cars (obituary), by Bill Tilden (#4480), p. 19.
Letter – Dominion Models, by David & Wendy Townsend (#6582), p. 20.
Letter – Photographer seeks Nashes to photography, by Mike Mueller, p. 21.

Volume 26, No. 2 – March-April 1995
Cover Photo: 1931 Nash Victoria Coupe, Jerry Knutsen.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 4.
"Whitecaps and Hubcaps" – Ocean Shores, WA (car show invitation), p. 4.
Whitecaps and Hubcaps Ocean Shores, WA, p. 4.
New Members (6975-7001), p. 5.
Letter – The Nash Grille cafe in North Carolina, by T. Pedro McKinney, p. 6.
Letter – AMC National Video, by Patrick R. Foster (#6709), p. 6.
Letter – NCCA members meet in the darndest places, by Ken Sandine, p. 7.
Grandma & Grandpa's Car, by Blynn Cooper (#6827), p. 8. Contributed by Jerry Knutsen.
1994 Grand NASHional: Worth Waiting For!!, by Gerald 'Jerry' Knutsen (#1559), p. 11.
1995 Eastern NASHional - Burlington, Vermont, by Steve Rugens (#3395), p. 16.
1995 Western NASHional - Portland, Oregon, p. 17.
Grand NASHional News, p. 18.
Ramble '95 - An Overview, 1995 Grand NASHional, p. 19.
Mad City Ramblers Dash To The Nash Stash, p. 21.
In Memory - John Terril, by John Terril, p. 23.
Georgia Meet – Snellville Days All-Orphan Show, p. 23.
In Memory: Bob Carlen, Walt Erixon & Roger Fonk, p. 23.
Upper Mississippi River Region Fall Color Tour, by Margaret Matson (#3222), p. 24.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - # 6, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 24. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.

Volume 26, No. 1 – January-February 1995
Cover Photo: 1933 Nash Ambassador Convertible, John & Christiane Beebe.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Nash Room News (Hartford Heritage Museum), p. 3.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 4.
Library Services Available (New NCCA Librarian Neal White), p. 4.
1995 - An Election Year? (for club officers), by Ray Hren (#768), p. 5.
Club Sales Update, p. 6.
New Treasurer – Jim Magner, p. 7.
Letter – Club's tax status, idea of a Preservation Foundation, and other treasury matters, by Brian Bauske (#1876, NCCA Treasurer), p. 7.
NCCA Budget Report 5/1/93 through 4/30/94, p. 8.
New Members (6941-6974), p. 9.
Letter – Author will autograph his book, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 10.
Letter – regarding dog food found in Nash air cleaner, p. 11.
Letter – Correction: Kissel car owned by Amelia Earhart and Al Jolson (not Al Johnson), by Charles J. Stankivitz, p. 11.
Letter – 1949 Nash 4978 wins state fair prize, by John Emory, Jr. (#1580), p. 12.
Spotlight – John W. Emory, Jr. (New Directions Today), by Dennis Smyth (#1466), p. 12.
1994 Eastern Division NASHional (with photographs from meet), p. 13.
1995 Grand NASHional, p. 18.
Ardenwood Farm Meet Report, by Christine Fleming, p. 19.
Come Up and Join Us for The 1995 Eastern NASHional, by Steve Rugens (#3395), p. 20.
Fall Meet at Stan's Nash Ranch, 1994, by Stan Nerad (#1404), p. 21.
1994 Southern California Region Nash Chili Feed (with photos from the meet), by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 21.
The Multiple (4) AMC Nationals - The Meet of the Century, by William H. Lenharth (#2189), p. 25.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award for 1994, p. 28.
Long Overdue (thanks to NCCA Board members for support during author's term as Club Sales chairperson), by William H. Lenharth (#2189), p. 28.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award for 1994: Charlie & Maggie Wilson, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 28.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - # 5, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 29. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Spectacular Nash at S. Ray Miller Museum (Elkhart, Indiana, 1932 Nash Advance 8 Victoria), by Charlie Wilson (#4798), p. 30.
The Inovator, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 33.
Till The End of Time For Quentin Daniels, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 35.

Volume 25, No. 6 – November-December 1994
Cover Photo: 1930 Nash Rumble Seat Coupe, Jerry & Mae Allain.
Library Services (not available at present), p. 2.
Club Sales Update, by Don Oakley (#502), p. 3.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Ads (for The Nash Times), p. 3.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 4.
New Members (6925-6940), p. 4.
47-'54 Truck Power Brakes, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 5.
New Zealand Nash Registry, p. 6.
Letter – Man's fond memories of a 1938 Ambassador 6, by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 6.
Letter – on Linda & Jim Dworschack's new baby, by Ray Hren (#768), p. 6.
Letter – Widow seeks to dispose of Nash parts, by Bernice Cozart, p. 7.
Letter – On Central '94 Meet (with photos), by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 7.
Central NASHional Meet, St. Joseph, Michigan (with photos), p. 10.
Central Division Ramble (with photos), by Margaret Matson (#3222), p. 18.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - # 4, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 22. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Thumb People Become Stars, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 23.
Club Powers Memory of Nash Car, p. 28.
Metro Mania, by Rich McGarty (#1118), p. 29.
Metropolitan Shakedown (review of the car), by George W. Drum (Director, Crosley Car Owner's Club), p. 30. Contributed by Rich McGarty.
Cars That Never Were (book review), by Patrick R. Foster (#6709), p. 31.
Carey Springs (Wm. E. Carey Limited – copy of advertisement with image of a Metropolitan), p. 32.
Nash-Metropolitan (Wolverine Die Casting Co. Ltd. – copy of advertisement), p. 32.
Metropolitan Tires (Goodyear – copy of advertisement, with drawing of a metropolitan), p. 33.

Volume 25, No. 5 – September-October 1994
Cover Photo: 1927 Nash 265 Advance Six Victoria Coupe, James & Cathy Harker.
Library Service (is currently unavailable for want of a librarian), p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
In Memory - Coy Kirkpatric #5661, p. 3.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 4.
New Members (6895-6924), p. 4.
Letter – Musical associations with Nashes, by Ray & Rose Sauter (#6771), p. 6.
Letter – Nash Factory Bed in 1925 Special Six, by Dick Cassutt (#4161), p. 6.
Cartoon: Tank car, p. 7.
Letter – Nash Ambassador Custom 4878, by Doug Brothers (#3550), p. 8.
Letter – Nash Water Pump Wrench, by Brian Felder (#6280), p. 9.
A Toast: To The 25th Anniversary Grand NASHional (with photos), by Steve Rugens (#3395), p. 10.
The Stone Mountain Ramble Oct 28, 29, & 30, p. 18.
NCCA Jackets, p. 19.
NASH on Display at Chrysler Event, with letter of thanks from Chrysler (1950 Ambassador), p. 19. Contributed by Carl Dawes.
The Dogwood and Southern Regions Spring Meet, by Jon Vanatta (#4526), p. 21.
Upper Mississippi River Region News, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 22.
Northeast Region Spring Meet, by Steve Rugens (#3395), p. 22.
Old Faithful! (poem from the 1940s about a Nash), by Betty Bergen, p. 24. Contributed by Bill Nash (#4436).
Bob Aaron Award (Joanne & Ray Soles, Jr.), p. 25.
Central Ohio Valley Region Mystery Tour, by Toddy Schroeder (#4357), p. 25.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - # 3, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 26. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Let's Build A Car, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 28.
Replacement source for '37-'38 taillight assemblies, by Clint McRae (#6357), p. 32.
These Nashs Going Fast (two collections of Nashes for sale), p. 33.
Nash Custom Seat Covers (copy of accessories catalog), p. 34. Contributed by Ken Havekost.
Nash Protect-O-Mat (copy of accessories catalog), p. 35. Contributed by Ken Havekost.
Nash Select Accessory Dealer Price List, p. 36.

Volume 25, No. 4 – July-August 1994
Cover Photo: Announcing the New Car that's Built for Doctors.
Letter – 1929 Nash, by Phil Belveal (#6848).
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
1994 Election Results, p. 3.
Membership Applications (please throw out old applications), p. 4.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 4.
Club Sales Update, p. 4.
New Members (6864-6894), p. 5.
1994 Club Roster, p. 6.
New Zip Code for Ads Editor, p. 6.
Letter – 1938 “Nash Flash” (conditioned Air), by Guy Hadsall, Jr., p. 7.
Letter – Orphan Antique Car Meet, by Charles Newton (#3778), p. 7.
Letter – Member in Armed Forces in Japan, by Melvin Goyen, p. 9.
Letter – Writer seeks information about Nash designer Jack Garnier, by Patrick R. Foster (#6709), p. 10.
Letter – History of the Depot Stove (a Nash promotional items), by Skip Vollmer (#3526), p. 11.
Letter – Author's 1949 Nash Ambassador Super, by Peter Lund Hansen (#6877), p. 13.
Letter – Nashes in Angola and Portugal, by Rua Jose, p. 13.
Letter – NCCA 25th Year Logo, by Mike Wennin (#4873), p. 14.
Letter – You Meet Nash People Most Anywhere!, by Ed Romney (#3493), p. 15.
Letter – Charles Nash Bust?, p. 16.
Letter – Ocean Video Movies Comes To Tampa (Karen and Harold Doebel visit with Lucky Lee Lott), by Jerry G. Lott, p. 16.
Nash Travel Ingenuity (on conversion of Nash seats to beds), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 17.
The Legent of the Lucky Lee Lott Hell Drivers (correction to ad for book), by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 17.
Nash Ambassador Leads All Stock Cars With Grand National Circuit Victory, p. 29.
1994 Central Ohio Valley Region Meet in Morehead, KY, April 29, 30 & May 1, by Rodger & Lee Carlson, p. 30.
Nash Room News (Hartford Heritage Auto Museum), p. 32.
Photo of Walt Disney, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Pluto posing with a 1955 Ambassador, p. 32. Contributed by Larry Mitchell.
Photo Alert – Writer seeks photographos of Suburbans, by David Fetherston, p. 32.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - # 2, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 34. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Rambler Touring Cars, Model "L" (copy of advertisement), p. 35.
New "400" Wheels (copy of Nash promotional material), p. 36.
New "400" Standard Six Wheels (copy of Nash promotional material), p. 37.

Volume 25, No. 3 – May-June 1994
Cover Photo: 1939 Model 3981 Ambassador, Thomas Herrington.
Library Service (is currently unavailable for want of a librarian), p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 4.
NCCA Non-Profit Tax-Exempt Status, by Brian Bauske (#1876), p. 4.
New Members (6811-6863), p. 5.
Letter – Atlantic City Car Show, by Bob Stephens (#6285), p. 8.
Letter – 1939 model 3981 Ambassador 8 Convertible at the Hartford Heritage Museum, by Ben Bliss (#5397), p. 8.
Letter – National Motorists Association (regarding "clunker bills"), by James J. Baxter, p. 9.
Letter – '49 Nash model, all gold, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 10.
Letter – Nash Ambulance in movie "Two Bits", by Bob Cosgrove (#321), p. 10.
Letter – 1929 Nash Pickup, by Phil Belveal (#6848), p. 10.
Letter – Information about 1929 Nash models, by Carl Dawes (#4264), p. 11.
Volunteers Needed (for Eastern Division Nashional), p. 11.
Experience St. Joseph Today In Your Nash (Central Divisional Nashional), by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 12.
Letter – 1955 Rambler Country Club Coupe, by Bruce Deehl (#6820), p. 12.
Central Division Ramble, by Brent & Ken Havekost (#3348), p. 15.
1994 Eastern Division NASHional, Syracuse, NY, p. 16.
Spring Sweepstakes Celebrates Two Classics (Tastee-Freez restaurants offers 1952 Nash as prize), p. 21.
'48 Nash Used As Getaway Car In Wedding, by Harvey & JoAnn Leners (#3775), p. 22.
Candidate For Secretary, Toddy Schroeder #4357, p. 24.
Candidate for Vice President Ray Hren #768, p. 24.
Candidate For Western Division Director Mike Larsen, p. 25.
Candidate For Eastern Division Director Ed Egan, p. 25.
Greater Northland News, by Carol & Terry Smalley (#4649), p. 26.
Nash Room (Hartford Heritaze Museum), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 26.
Attention Rambler and Jeffery Owners (registry), by Ed Grace (#6218), p. 27.
Southern California Region 18th Anniversary Celebration, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 27.
An Ozark Gem (1955 Rambler Cross Country station wagon), by Mike Breton (#5562), p. 29.
We Survived! (California earthquake), by Jimmy & Eve Valentine (#2040, Metropolitan Pit Stop), p. 31.
Wedding Bells, ( for Heather Wheary, great great granddaugher of C.W. Nash), p. 32.
Letter – Chrysler Historical Collection, p. 32.
Letter – Notice that Chrysler Historical Collection is providing only limited services, p. 32.

Volume 25, No. 2 – March-April 1994
Cover Photo: 1947 Nash Tow Truck, 1951 photo.
Library Service (is currently unavailable for want of a librarian), p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 4.
Club Sales Update, by Don Oakley (#502), p. 4.
Lucky Lee Lott and His Hell Drivers (Book soon to be published), p. 4.
New Members (6767-6810), p. 5.
Letter – Mexican Road Race, by C.K. Jacobs (#2735), p. 7.
Letter – Author's preface to the "Tales of an Old Nash Kid" series, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 8.
Letter – Grand opening of the Nash Room at the Hartford Heritage Museum, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 8.
Letter – with photo of unusual 1929 Special Six in England, by Charles C. Wells, p. 9.
Letter – with photo of Nash front mounted on a building wall in Missouri, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 9.
Letter – thanking membership for help finding a 1937 Ambassador grille, by Hugh MacDonald (#5100), p. 10.
Letter – regarding Nash references in the music of the late Frank Zappa, by Brian Bauske (#1876), p. 10.
Letter – regarding "My Classic & I" article, by Phil Gibbs (#6740), p. 12.
Letter – regarding "My Classic & I" article, by Jim Bracewell (#3756), p. 12.
My Classic & I, by Bryan Pavis, p. 13. Contributed by Phil Gibbs (#6740).
1994 All Orphan Show, Snellville, GA, p. 14.
Letter – regarding ownership history of a 1957 Nash, by Adam Gockowski (#6303), p. 14.
Saved from the Incoming Tide (story from 1957), by Mike Larsen (#8), p. 15.
Coolant Leakage and Head Gasket Failure Modification for Overhead Valve 234 and 252 CID Engines, p. 16.
Central NASHional Meet, Aug 11-14, 1994, by J.W. Magner (#6500), p. 16.
1994 Eastern NASHional Silver Anniversary Raffle, p. 16.
Eastern Division NASHional, Syracuse, NY, p. 17.
Club Members Wanted As Guest Speakers at Grand NASHional, p. 18.
Come Celebrate The Silver Anniversary of NCCA, by Gordon McGregor (#49), p. 18.
Nash Museum Room Standing Rules (Hartford Heritage Auto Museum), p. 19.
Proposed NCCA Standing Rule Parts Reproduction Program, p. 20.
Tales of an Old “Nash Kid” - # 1, by Ray Sauter (#6771), p. 23. Contributed by R. Jerome Stephens.
Would you like some spaghetti with a Nash?, by Nathan Swanson (#5653), p. 24.
Long Time AMC Designer Dies (Edmund E. Anderson), by Patrick R. Foster (#6709), p. 26.
Nash Truck Service, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 27.

Volume 25, No. 1 – January-February 1994
Cover Photo: 1937 Nash 3728 Ambassador Sedan, Robert Stephens.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 3.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Memberships Golden Opportunity NCCA 1994 Elections, by Paul W. Gramlich (#95, Vice President), p. 4.
New Members (6742-6766), p. 5.
1994 Eastern NASHional In Syracuse, July 28-31, p. 6.
Celebration of The Silver Anniversary of The Nash Car Club of America, July 7-10, 1994, p. 8.
Early Club Members Wanted As Guest Speakers!, p. 14.
Letter – Writer seeks photo of 1924 Nash touring car, by Walter Johnson (#6763), p. 14.
Letter – Author seeks information about Nash automobile beds, 1937-1942, by Roger B. White (Smithsonian Institution), p. 14.
Letter – Writer seeks identification of a Nash in France, by Dick Hamp, p. 15.
Letter – Nashes of 1922, 1923 and 1924 participate in the Glidden Tour, by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 15.
Letter – On a Michael Durbin's 1949 Nash 4948 "600" in England, by Brian Bauske (#1876), p. 16.
Letter – Mexican Road Race Follow Up, by Howard Freedman (#4000), p. 18.
In Memorium - Joanne Soles, p. 18.
Invitation To Nash Members – to visit the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame and Museum, p. 19.
Driver Awareness Campaign – announcement of publication of book Drivers Beware by Fred Poppe, p. 19.
Driver Awareness Campaign, p. 19.
The Grand Opening of the Nash Room - Hartford Heritage Auto Museum September 25, 1993, by Laurie Anderson (#5045), p. 20.
Metro Convertible for Shoneys (televison commercial for the restaurant uses a Met), p. 22.
Memories of “The Nash Nut” Floyd Edgington (#2157), by Roger & Connie Graeber (#81), p. 22.
Kent Moore Tools donated to NCCA, by Jim Bracewell (#3756), p. 24.
Southern Califonia Region, 1993 Nash Chili Feed (with photos), by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 28.
Niagara Frontier Region at Buffalo Meet, p. 28.
New York Metropolitan and Long Island Region Annual Fall Invitational Meet (with photos), by Walter M. Gramlich (#2364), p. 30.
Preparation and Maintenance of the Cooling System for Winter Driving), by Nash Motors (Technical bulletin dated September 27, 1951), p. 31. Contributed by Vince Ruffolo.
Parent's Wedding Car is Son's Wedding Present, p. 32.
Nashing - Canadian Content (hockey star's love of a 1951 Nash), by Chris Whillans (#4010), p. 33.
Charles Nash's Personal Garage For Sale, p. 35.
The Worlds Wildest Crash Stars Using New Nash Cars, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 36.

Volume 24, No. 6 – November-December 1993
Cover Photo: 1923 Nash Sport Touring, Edgar Smith.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 3.
New Members (6700-6741), p. 4.
Letter – Mexican Road Race, by Bob Loudon (#4240), p. 5.
Letter – Thanks to hosts of Grand Nashional, by Frank Kolody (#6598), p. 6.
Letter – Car shows, by Bill Letlow (#4410), p. 7.
Letter – Manufacture date codes on batteries, by Gerald White (#4229), p. 7.
In Memoriam - Lee Royer, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 7.
Thanks, Thanks, Thanks (to members helping prepare the Hartford Heritage Auto Museum, Nash Room), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 8.
Central Division Meet Springfield Illinois (with photos), by Milt Hansen (#3109), p. 11.
Nash Nut Quiz (scrambled word puzzle), by Dick Matson (#3222), p. 21.
Mr. 'Nash' Keeps Past Alive (article about club member Dick Matson), p. 22.
'Nashional' Meet Features Innovative Autos (on Dick Matson and the Central Division Nashional), p. 23.
DAS AWKSCHT FESCHT, Macungie, PA, by Maynard & Barb Keller (#996), p. 25.
Peoples Choice (member's Rambler wins award in local car show), by Gary & Sue Thompson (#5896), p. 26.
NASH 1936-49 Accessory Cross Reference, p. 27. Contributed by Darrell Stumpf (#3725).
Answers to Nash Nut quiz on p. 21, p. 35.

Volume 24, No. 5 – September-October 1993
Cover Photo: 1934 Nash Model 1297 Ambassador Brougham, Charles Newton.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 4.
Club Sales Special Notice, by Don Oakley (#502), p. 4.
Grand Opening of the “Nash Stash” (at the Hartford Heritage Auto Museum), p. 5.
NCCA Treasurer's Annual Report, p. 6.
New Members (6681-6699), p. 7.
New York Metropolitan and Long Island Region, p. 8.
Annual Fall Joint Meet Southern & Dogwood Regions, p. 9.
1993 Grand NASHional - Dothan, Alabama (with photos), p. 10.
1993 Nash Ramble, p. 15.
Classic Autos Recall an Era of Two Lane Roads, Cheap Gas, by Matt Moore (Eagle Staff Writer), p. 18.
Impressions of Dothan, by Brian Bauske (#1876), p. 19.
Letters – Flying Lady Hood Ornament, by Don Fockler (#4833), p. 20.
Letter – New Zealander seeks shop manual, by John Woutersen, p. 23.
Letter – Mexican Road Race, by C.K. Jacobs (#2735), p. 23.
Letter – 1948 Nash in England, by Michael A. Durbin, p. 24.
Joint Meet COVR, Erie Shores, OH-Penn Regions, by Toddy Schroeder (#4357), p. 24.
Hot Rod Nash, by Andrew D. Beckey (#5136), p. 26.
NCCA Jackets, p. 26.
God's Round Trip Ticket, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 28.
1928 Nash Ad, p. 31.
This Tub Escaped a Bath (Nash mounted on pole appears to be driving on surface of the flooded Illinois river), p. 32.
Happy 1993, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 33.
Farmers who need new cars. . . Now are eligible under U.S. rationing plan (1946 Ad), p. 36.
1934 Twin Ignition Valve in Head Nash ad, p. 37.
Cartoon from The Saturday Evening Post, p. 38.

Volume 24, No. 4 – July-August 1993
Cover Photo: Cars at the California Statewide Meet.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
New Members (6644-6680), p. 4.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
Progress Report on the Nash Room (of the Hartford Heritage Auto Museum), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 6.
Henry Ford Museum Old Car Festival, p. 7.
Handbook Correction, p. 7.
Letters – Council of Vehicle Associations, by Frank Kolody (#6598), p. 8.
Change in Ads Editor (now Jay Ciampi), p. 8.
Letter – Photo and history of a 1937 Ambassador Cabriolet, by Jim Bracewell (#3756), p. 8.
Letter – Burnaby Village Museum, Burnaby, BC, seeks manual for newly acquired 1929 Nash, by E Czerwinski (Conservator), p. 10.
Letter – Announcement of Publication of Two Nash-related books, by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 10.
Letter – Author seeks photo of 1942 Nash 600, model 4240 Sedan, by K.J. Pender, p. 11.
Letter – Letter writer's father may have inspired Nash seats that folded back into beds, by William G. Wagner, p. 11.
Change in Sales Chairman (to Don Oakley), p. 11.
Another Great Nash Uncovered, by Jim & Dorothy Bracewll (#3756), p. 12.
Election Results, p. 12.
California Renaissance, by Al Arnolfo (#3189), p. 13.
Greater Northland Region, by Carol & Terry Smalley (#4649), p. 15.
Erie Shores Region, p. 16.
OH-Penn Region Meet, p. 17.
You Don't Want To Be A Daredevil!, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 18.
St. Olaph, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 19.
Steeldraulic Brakes, Nash 1930-32, p. 23. Contributed by Dick Reiff.
1906 Rambler Ad, p. 30.
1934 Nash Ad, p. 31.
Nash, The Special Six Ad, p. 32.
1934 Nash Twin Ignition Ad, p. 33.

Volume 24, No. 3 – May-June 1993
Cover Photo: Nashing through the snow....
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 5.
The Bob Aaron Memorial Library, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 5.
Letter – The Last Word On The Petty Girl, by Jerijan Baldwin (#5659), p. 6.
Labor Day Extravaganza, p. 8.
1993 Grand NASHional and Ramble, p. 9.
Candidate For President, Chuck Magner, #567, p. 11.
Central Division NASHional Springfield, IL, p. 11.
Candidate For Treasurer, Brian Bauske, #1876, p. 12.
Candidate For Central Director, Jim Morris, # 5274, p. 12.
Roster Supplement, p. 13.
New Members (6005-6643), p. 30.
Parts Reproduction Program, by Milt Hansen (#3109), p. 32.
2nd InterNASHional Meet, 6-8 August 1993, Dusseldorf, Ratingen, Germany (p. 13), p. 33.
Greater Northland Region Winter Banquet, p. 34.
Nashin: Southern Style, p. 34.
Southern California Region, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 35.

Volume 24, No. 2 – March-April 1993
Cover Photo: Nash-Healey race car.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 3.
New Members (6547-6604), p. 4.
Notice to International Members, by Stan Thomas (#3908, Treasurer), p. 4.
Parts Reproduction Update, by Milt Hansen (#3109), p. 4.
Letter – Nash-Healey race cars (with photos), by Len Peterson (#5921), p. 7.
Letter – Cast model of 1949 Nash Airflyte, by Mike Hakler (#4087), p. 8.
Letter – former Nash and AMC dealer recalls small1902 Rambler replicas presented to those attending 50th anniversary dealer showing in Chicago in 1951, by George C. Stickel, Jr. (#3616), p. 9.
Letter – writer seeks parts for 1934 Big Six in Norway, by Austin Asphjell, p. 9.
Letter – Rambler Replica, p. 9.
My Introduction To The AMC Family, by Frank Kolody (#6598), p. 9.
Letter – photo and inquiry regarding Count de Sakhnoffsky Nash, by Steve Meisner (#5610), p. 11.
Joint Meet – COVR, Erie Shores, OH-Penn Regions, p. 12.
Technical Tip for 1949-50 Tub Owners (trim clips), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 13.
1993 Central Division NASHional Update, by Dick Matson (#3222), p. 14.
The Hi-Planes Region Top Ten Reasons for Owning a Nash, p. 15.
1993 Grand NASHional, Dothan, AL, July 8-11, 1993, by Charles Newton (#3778), p. 16.
COVR After Christmas Dinner, by Toddy Schroeder (#4357), p. 17.
News of the Central Ohio Valley Region, p. 17.
Nash Auto Owners Gather for Rally at McCormick's Creek, p. 18.
Southern CA Region 1992 Nash Christmas Party, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 20.
Erie Shores Region, The Greenhouse Tour, by Carl Dawes (#4264), p. 20.
Sunshine Region Annual Christmas Party, by Sally Noel (#2288), p. 20.
How To Make a Great Car Greater – 1938 Book of NASH Accessories, by Nash Motors, p. 21. Contributed by Norbert Scott.

Volume 24, No. 1 – January-February 1993
Cover Photo: 1927 Nash Advance Six, John & Donna Koziol.
Members Golden Opportunity NCCA 1993 Elections, by Paul W. Gramlich (#95), p. 4.
The Nash Room (of the Hartford Heritage Auto Museum), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 5.
Nash Shocks (beware of length in some said to fit Nash models), by Gerald White (#4229), p. 6.
Parts Reproduction Program, by Milt Hansen (#3109), p. 6.
New Members (6522-6546), p. 7.
Letter – '37 Ambassador in New York City, by Bob & Louise Stephens (#6285), p. 8.
Letter – Australian writer seeks identification and tech information on 1929 or 1930 Nash, by Mark Bolt, p. 9.
Letter – Grille repair and plating shop, by Hugh MacDonald (#5100), p. 9.
New Year Resolution Opportunity (to attend Dayton meet), p. 11.
Letter – 1920s Nash in Norway, by Odd Fredriksson (#5232), p. 11.
Letter – writer thanks Nash members for sending car photos, by Ken Coates, p. 11.
Central Division Nashional, Springfield, Illinois, p. 12.
Tax Guide for Auto Collectors and Restorers, p. 13.
Peoples Choice at HCCA Meet: 1927 Advance Six Sport Touring Car, by John Koziol (#86), p. 14.
There Goes Another “Nash Nut”!, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 16.
Generator Tests and Repairs, by Gerald White (#4229), p. 18.
Northeast Region Fall Meet, by Steve Rugens (#3395), p. 21.
Southern & Dogwood regions 4th Annual Fall Meet in North Carolina Mountains, by Fannie Watson (#4174), p. 21.
SC/GCR Warms Crisp Autumn Air With Cookout, by Daniel F. Rodriguez (#1263), p. 23.
Erie Shores Region Fall Dinner, by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 26.

Volume 23, No. 6 – November-December 1992
Cover Photo: 1937 Nash LaFayette, Rich & Mary Gray.
Ad reproduced featuring a Ted Williams car naming contest for a Nash-Healey. Contributed by Michael Feingold (#1398).
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Nash Room, Hartford Heritage Auto Museum, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 3.
"The City Lincoln Loved" (Site of the 1993 Grand Nashional), by Dick & Margaret Matson (#3222), p. 3.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
New Members (6458-6521), p. 4.
Note to the Editor (Nash in a song), by Steve Meisner (#5610), p. 7.
Letters – State Historical Museum of Wisconsin in Madison, by Paul G. Bourcier (Curator), p. 8.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award for 1992: Jay Ciampi, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 8.
Letter – 1902 Rambler Replica (brass model presented to dealers in 1952), by Don Fockler (#4833), p. 9.
Letter – Nash in wrecking yard, by Bill Pittman (#4282), p. 11.
Letter – Author learned to drive in a Nash, by Margaret Clausen, p. 11.
Letters – Spark Plug Heat Range, by Jack Mueller, p. 12.
Service Information You Can Use (testing guages), p. 12. Contributed by Glenn Hunsucker.
Rambler Parts Listing Abbreviations, p. 13. Contributed by Bob Inman (#5967).
Revision & Addition to the 1955 Hudson Technical Service Manual, p. 14. Contributed by Bob Inman (#5967).
Hudson – Back Again in Britain, p. 15.
Letters – Nash-Healey Facts, by Michael Feingold (#1398), p. 19.
Erie Shores Region News, Vollmar's Park, by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 19.
Letter – author seeks window rubber for 1955 Hudson Rambler, by Bob Inman (#5967), p. 19.
1992 Eastern NASHional Award Winners (with photos), p. 21.
Eastern NASHional, Uniontown, PA, Aug 28-30, '92, by Bob '600' Murphy (#6327), p. 21.
Gas Pump Raffle Winner, p. 22.
Big Hills & Hot Brakes, the Eastern NASHional Ramble (with photos), by Charlie Wilson (#4798), p. 28.
Gnashing Our Teeth in Envy (Oh-Penn Region rally), p. 30.
4,500 Miles In a 1937 Nash, or to Rochester and Back In 17 Easy Days, by Ray Hren (#768), p. 31.
A Christmas Gift For Barb (1936 LaFayette Deluxe Trunk Sedan Model 3618), by Steve & Barb Meisner (#5610), p. 32.
Change in Membership Expiration Date, by Bob & Lela Naegele (#288), p. 35.
3540 Series Water Pump (Nash Motors service bulletin 5-15-35), by Nash Motors, p. 36. Contributed by Vince Ruffolo.
A Nash Nut is Someone Who... (humor), p. 37.

Volume 23, No. 5 – September-October 1992
Cover Photo: 1929 Standard Six Sedan - Gerald and Mae Allain.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
Treasurer's Annual Report, p. 5.
New Members (6433-6457), p. 6.
Change In New Membership Chairmen (Jim & Dorothy Bracewell), p. 7.
JEM Classic Car Museum, p. 7.
Change in Membership Expiration Date, p. 8.
NCCA Jackets, p. 8.
Letter – Custom bodies on Nash chassis, by Charles C. Wells (#830), p. 9.
Editor's Note – Letter inquiring about custom bodies on Nash chassis helps locate lost or stolen Nash, p. 9.
Letter – Restoration of a 1936 LaFayette convertible, by Peter Breitenstein (#3636), p. 10.
Letter – Memories of the late Bob Aaron, by Jack Frank (#3277), p. 13.
Letter – Memories of the late Bob Aaron, by Dennis Sokol (#5017), p. 13.
Remembering a True Gentleman (Bob Aaron), by Charles Giorno (#3), p. 14.
The Purchase of My Nash 5049, by Roger D. Carlson (#5049), p. 14.
1992 Grand NASHional, Rochester, MN (with photos), p. 16.
Meritorious Service Award, p. 20.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award: Jay Ciampi, p. 22.
Erie Shores Region, Sunday, My 12, 1992, p. 22.
Bob Aaron Award: Bill and Minnie Archer, p. 22.
Southern Region Spring Meet, Dothan, Alabama, by Fannie Watson (#4174), p. 23.
Tech Tips – '49 600 Shocks, by James Wegrzyn (#4921), p. 23.
Erie Shores Region June 14th Meet, by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 24.
OH-Penn Region Hording Park Meet, p. 25.
A New Sport Bungy Nashing (a roadside repair), by Tom & Fannie Watson (#4174), p. 25.
Mice in a Nash??? (Disney channel advertisement features Mickey and Minnie Mouse and a1942 Nash), p. 26. Contributed by Dick Matson (#3222).
Nash Stocks (the initial public offering of Nash Motors stock, 1916), p. 27. Contributed by Frank Wrenick (#1721).
Condensed Balance Sheet of Nash Motors Co. (1917), p. 28.
Letter dated April 30, 1954 announcing the Nash-Hudson merger to stockholders, by American Motors, p. 29.
A letter dated July 31, 1916 offering shares of the newly formed Nash Motors Company, by Lee, Higginson & Company, p. 30.
Annotated view of the Jeffery Plant, Kenosha, Wisconsin, p. 32.

Volume 23, No. 4 – July-August 1992
Cover Photo: 1951 Ambassador Custom.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
In Memoriam, Bob Aaron, p. 5.
An Open Letter To Bob Aaron, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 6.
NCCA Sales Update, p. 6.
New Members (6415-6432), p. 7.
1992 Election Results, p. 7.
Important Notice, Eastern NASHional Registrants, p. 8.
Eastern NASHional Ramble, p. 8.
1992 Club Roster, p. 8.
Eastern NASHional Raffle, 7'10" Gas Pump Replica, p. 9.
Warning, California Fender Skirts, by Andrew Laity (#6216), p. 10.
'54-55 Nash Ambassador Hydramatic Starter Drive, by Dick Matson (#3222), p. 10.
Letter – cartoon features Nash and stuck bed seats, by Gerald 'Jerry' Knutsen (#1559), p. 10.
Letter – author seeks purpose of tube on timing chain cover, by Antoine Dubois (#5881), p. 11.
Letter – author seeks information about atypical motor in a New Zealand 1937 LaFayette, by Jim Taylor (#1151), p. 11.
Letter – Writer trying to locate a 1921 Nash Model 681 stolen in Norway, by Jorn E. Lundstad, p. 12.
Letter – 1902 Rambler Replica (Gas Light Motors/American Air Products), by Terry Davies (#3667), p. 13.
Letter – Questions about the Nash-Healey, by Len Peterson (#5921), p. 13.
Erie Shores Region, May 17 Luncheon, p. 15.
OH-Penn Region Pittsburgh Meet, p. 16.
Miniature Metro Light String, p. 16.
Upper Mississippi River Region and Central Ohio Valley Region Spring Meet “Metamora Mingle II”, p. 17.
Where'd You Ever Get That Truck? Part II, by Tom Harrington (#5344), p. 19.
This Looks like a Nash for Superman, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 21.
Car Contest... You Name It (Text of announcement of car contest to name a customized Nash-Healey being presented to baseball player Ted Williams), p. 22. Contributed by Len Peterson.
Nash-Healey Experimental Engine, by A. C. Sampietro, p. 22. Contributed by Len Peterson.
Nash-Healey Roadster Road Tested With McCulloch Supercharger Installed, p. 25. Contributed by Vince Ruffolo.
Excerpt from 1951 Nash-Healey Owners Guide, p. 28. Contributed by Michael Feingold (#1398).
Advertising Reproduction: Best Buy Anywhere! Nash Select Used Cars (signed by dealer Peter DePaolo), p. 29. Contributed by Vince Ruffolo.

Volume 23, No. 3 – May-June 1992
Cover Photo: 1948 Nash Tow Truck, Frank Wrenick.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
Bonnie & Clyde (1932 Series 1 Nash appears in movie), p. 5.
Last Chance to Order 1991 Central Division Nashional Car Show VCR Tape (VHS), by James Morris, p. 5.
New Members (6361-6414), p. 6.
Letter – with photo of writer's sister, as a child, posed on the hood of the 200,000th post-war Nash in 1947, by C.E. Lindemann, p. 8.
Letter – Writer inquires about retrofitting Nash with power steering, by Eugene F. Hall (#5431), p. 8.
Tech Tips – Interchange oil pressure sending units for 1948 Ambassador, by Frank Wrenick (#1721), p. 10.
The 92 Grand NASHional, Greater Northland Region, Rochester, MN, p. 10.
1992 Eastern Division NASHional, Uniontown, PA, p. 12.
To All Nash Club Members (attend the Nashional!), by Terry Holobaugh (#4238), p. 12.
The Nash Ramblers (backup band for Emmylou Harris), p. 12.
A Long Haul, Restoration of a 1948 Nash Tow Truck, by Frank Wrenick (#1721), p. 14.
My First Car, by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 15.
Another Nash Story (1937 LaFayette), by Paul Hinch (#6378), p. 16.
Candidate For Vice President, Paul W. Gramlich, #95, p. 17.
Candidate For Eastern Director, Francis Keem, #262, p. 18.
Candidate For Secretary, Toddy Schroder #4357, p. 18.
Candidates For Western Director: Mike Larson, #8, and Wendi Walker, #3690, p. 19.
Northerly Nashes Open House '91, by Chris Whillans (#4010), p. 20.
AMO National Meet, August 21, 22, 23, 1992, Columbus, OH, by Don Childs (#4261), p. 21.
Central Ohio Valley Region After Christmas Dinner, by Toddy Schroeder (#4357), p. 21.
OH-Penn Region Kent, OH Meet, by Ray Soles, Jr., p. 22.
Rambler Palm Beach (Marc Bortz Auto Collection has purchased the Rambler Palm Beach), p. 22.
Rambler Palm Beach, by Joe H. Wherry, p. 23. Contributed by Mark Bortz Auto Collection.
Letter – Jensen use of Nash engines, by Al Zuber (HET Club and Total Performance), p. 25.
Letter – Checklist for automobile winterization, by Dennis Sokol (#5017), p. 25.
Bulletin no. 49-Z-6: Rear Oil Pan Gasket – 600 Series – April 4, 1949, by Nash Motors, p. 26. Contributed by Vince Ruffolo.

Volume 23, No. 2 – March-April 1992
Cover Photo: 1937 Nash LaFayette, Lucky Lee Lott.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
New Members (6340-6360), p. 5.
NCCA Sales Update, by Bill Lenharth, p. 5.
Charles W. Nash Park, Kenosha, Wisconsin, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 6.
Southern Region Nash Meet in Dothan, Alabama, by Fannie Watson (#4174), p. 6.
Letter – Writer attempting to locate a 1946 Nash for a 50th wedding anniversary, by Ryan Hitzeroth, p. 7.
Letter – 1992 InterNASHional Meet in Helsingborg, Sweden, by Bill Cook (#1870), p. 7.
Harley Davidson Motorcycle Hitch (fits '41-'52 Nashes), by Howard Anderson (#1691), p. 8.
Humor: Ain't 'chinery wonderful?, by Mark E. Haney, p. 10.
Letter – Two Nashes found in woods, by Chester Leroy, p. 12.
Letter – On various Nash cars writer has owned, by Bob & Ann Hall (#5313), p. 12.
A Time To Remember (photos from Lucky Lee Lott), p. 13.
American Motors/Rambler Club National Meet, by Francis Keem (#262), p. 14.
The 92 Grand NASHional, Greater Northland Region, p. 15.
1992 Eastern NASHional, Uniontown, PA Aug 28-31, p. 16.
Central Ohio Valley Region, 3rd Annual “Back Home in Indiana” Wiener Roast, by Toddy Schroeder (#4357), p. 19.
Automobile Literature (donated to Henry Ford Museum), p. 19.
OH-Penn Region, New Brighton, PA Meet, by Joanne Soles, p. 19.
Service Bulletin No. 120 - Oct, 1928, Ignition Timing, by Nash Motors, p. 20. Contributed by Bob Aaron.
Bulletin No. 49-Z-3, Engine Cooling, 4900 Series, p. 26. Contributed by Vince Ruffolo.
Letter – 1937 Toyota resembles Nash models, by Fred Summer (#4708), p. 30.
Letter – Old photo of 1927 Nash, by R. Dean Miller (#6104), p. 30.

Volume 23, No. 1 – January-February 1992
Cover Photo: 1937 Nash Ambassador, Jim & Dorothy Bracewell.
New Ads Editor (Doug Predmore), p. 3.
Nash Room, Hartford Heritage Museum, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 3.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
You Ought to be in Pictures (Member's 1929 Nash in "Billy Bathgate"), p. 4.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
Memberships' Golden Opportunity - NCCA 1992 Elections, p. 5.
New Members (6307-6339), p. 6.
Letter – Rust problems in 1954 Rambler, by Dennis Smyth (#1466), p. 8.
Letter – Writer seeks paint advice for 1948 Ambassador, by Eugene F. Johnson (#5333), p. 9.
Letter – 1937 LaFayette points, condenser, brake shoes, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 9.
Letter – Source for 1948 Ambassador rear shocks, by Greg Bell (#5605), p. 9.
Letter – Nash Parts and Service Sign Replica, by Brian Bauske (#1876), p. 9.
Letter – In defense of 1950s Nash Design, by Brian Bauske (#1876), p. 10.
Letter – regarding restoration of a 1930 Nash Single Six in South Africa, by Carel Jacobs (#6338), p. 12.
The 92 Grand Nashional, Greater Northland Region, Rochester, Minn., p. 12.
1992 Grand NASHional, Rochester, MN, p. 12.
Charles W. Nash Park (Kenosha, Wisc.) Dedicated, by Bob & Lela Naegele (#288), p. 13.
Central Ohio Valley Region 1991 Fall Meet, by Toddy Schroeder (#4357), p. 14.
Looking for Fender Skirts?, p. 15. Contributed by Frank Wrenick.
Southern Region & Dogwood Region Fall Meet in the North Carolina Mountains, by Fannie Watson (#4174), p. 15.
Greater California Region, 1991 Nash Pool Party, NASH-N-SPLASH, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 16.
OH-PENN Region, Grove City, PA Meet, p. 16.
Central Ohio Valley Region, Newport, IN Hill Climb, by Toddy Schroeder (#4357), p. 18.
Greater California Region 1991 Chili Feed, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 18.
Mechanical Improvements of the 1950 Models (appears to be a reproduction of a Nash Motors document), p. 19. Contributed by Vince Ruffolo.
“400” Series Complete Options and Prices, effective March 1, 1929, by Nash Motors, p. 29. Contributed by Bob Aaron.
Service Bulletin no. 153, May 1933: Elimination of Shimmy, 490, 890, 990 series, by Nash Motors, p. 33.

Volume 22, No. 6 – November-December 1990
Cover Photo: 1948 Ambassador, Larry & Sandy Landis.

Volume 22, No. 6 – November-December 1991
1991 Central Division NASHional Car Show VCR Tape (VHS), by James Morris.
1991 Grand NASHional Meet, Golden, CO, by Dick O'Brien (#3460).
Das Awkscht Fescht, MacUngie, PA 8-2 thru 4, 1991, by Maynard & Barb Keller (#996).
Nash Featured at AACA Meet, by Milt Hansen (#3109).
Charles Nash's Kenosha Home For Sale, by Bob & Lela Naegele (#288).
In Memoriam (Ira U. Wilmoth), by Irene Kane.
Nash Identification Numbers, by Bob Aaron (#38).
Greater Northland News.
1992 Grand NASHional Announcement.
1991 Central NASHional Meet, by Charlie & Maggie Wilson (#4798).
OH-Penn Region Hookstown Meet, by Charlie & Maggie Wilson (#4798).
The Charles Jeffery/Charles Nash Home 6221 Third Avenue - The Building.
Nash Archives Viewed, by Bob Aaron (#38).
Charles Nash Story.
Nordic Nash Register's 1991 InterNASHional Meet, by Betty Dworschack (#237).
Kenosha County Historical Society & Museum Nash Display, by Bob & Lela Naegele (#288).
Yale, MI Bologna Festival, by Ken & Mary Ann Havekost (#140).

Volume 22, No. 6 – November-December 1990
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Nash Archives Viewed, by Bob Aaron (#38), p. 3.
Nash Identification Numbers (request for serial, body and engine numbers), by Bob Aaron (#38), p. 4.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
New Members (6245-6306), p. 5.
Letter – member's 1953 Ambassador in movie "A Woman Named Jackie", by Andy Porter (#4330), p. 7.
Letter – 1949 Ambassador, by R. Marcotte & J. Austin Austin (#6248), p. 7.
Letter – 1950 Ambassador used in wedding and featured in April 1991 issue of Classic Auto Restorer, by Maynard & Barb Keller (#996), p. 8.
Letter – Lester Tire Company makes good after tire failure on Nash, by Milt Hansen (#3109), p. 9.
1991 Grand NASHional Meet, Golden, Colorado (with photos), by Dick O'Brien (#3460), p. 9.
1992 Grand NASHional Announcement, p. 14.
1991 Central NASHional Meet (with photos), by Charlie & Maggie Wilson (#4798), p. 14.
1991 Central Division NASHional Car Show VCR Tape (VHS), p. 18.
OH-Penn Region Hookstown Meet, p. 19.
Greater Northland News, p. 19.
Yale, MI Bologna Festival, by Ken & Mary Ann Havekost (#140), p. 20.
Nash Featured at AACA Meet, by Milt Hansen (#3109), p. 21.
Das Awkscht Fescht, Macungie, Pa, August 2-4, 1991, by Maynard & Barb Keller (#996), p. 22.
In Memoriam – Ira U. Wilmoth, by Irene Kane (Buck Depkin #3379), p. 23.
Kenosha County Historical Society & Museum Nash Display (with photos), by Bob & Lela Naegele (#288), p. 24.
Charles Nash's Kenosha Home for Sale, by Bob & Lela Naegele (#288), p. 27.
The Charles Nash Story, p. 30.
Nordic Nash Register's 1991 Internashional Meet (with photos), by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 33.

Volume 22, No. 5 – September-October 1991
Cover Photo: Three 1957 Rebels.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
The Nash Car Club of America Treasurer's Annual Report, by Stan Thomas (#3908), p. 5.
New Members (6209-6244), p. 6.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award for 1991 (Steve Rugens), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 7.
A Nash Room In A Museum? (The Hartford Heritage Museum), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 8.
Library Donations, by Bob Aaron (#38), p. 8.
NCCA Jackets, p. 9.
Letter – front suspension problems with a 1954 Ambassador, by Brian Bauske (#1876), p. 10.
Letter – A good parts buying experience, by Charles Newton (#3778), p. 10.
1991 Eastern NASHional (with photos), by William H. Lenharth (#2189), p. 13.
Step Back In Time With Us! (Region recreates 1950s Nash dealership for movie "Common Ground" [note: later called "Sandman"]), by Wendy & Bob Walker (#3690), p. 17.
Nash at Carnival of Cars, by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 17.
Greater Northland News, by Terry Quesnel (#4930), p. 19.
OH-Penn Region, Hubbard OH Meet (with photos), by Charlie Wilson (#4798), p. 19.
The Dawes Bubbly Breakfast (with photos), by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 21.
Car Identification (members should correctly identify their cars), p. 22.
Charles Nash's Home For Sale, p. 23.
Let's Make A Deal (humor: farmer selling cow writes invoice as if for an auto), by Robert Musclow (#4796), p. 24. Contributed by Vice Ruffolo.
1949 Series Installation of Windshield Washer, Rear Wiper, and Vacuum Antenna (April 4, 1949), by Nash Motors, p. 24.
Sales Bullets: Everyone Takes a Vacation (Nash "600" or Ambassador, greatest vacation car ever built), by Nash Motors, p. 28.

Volume 22, No. 4 – July-August 1991
Cover Photo: 1950 Nash Police Cruiser, H.F. & Kitty Houston.
Revision Of Accessory Installation Instructions - 4900 Series Nash Sales Bullets #9.
1991 Election Results, p. 2.
Additional Event! Central NASHional Rambler, p. 3.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Region Meets (for TNT listings), p. 4.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
New Members (6170-6208), p. 5.
Can You Help? (Handbook, Advisors, Club Scrapbook), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 6.
Letter – Nash wins trophy in car show, by Bob and Natalee Napier, p. 7.
Letter – members urged to bring Nashes to Hot August Nights Show in Reno, by Neal White (#3417), p. 7.
Apology (for printing a Nash Quad's photo upside down), p. 8.
Yes, We Are Members! (owners of 1948 Nash Ambassador appearing in the movie "Avalon"), by Dick & Betty Fisher, p. 9.
Letter – source for replacement rubber parts for 1952-54 Ambassadors, by Gerald White (#4229), p. 9.
OH-Penn Region News, p. 10.
New Officers For Sunshine Region, p. 10.
Southern Region Nash Meet, by Fannie Watson (#4174), p. 10.
Central Ohio Valley Spring Meet, p. 11.
Love For Vintage Autos Fuels 'Poor Man's Hobby' (about Central Ohio Valley Spring Meet), by Annabel Girard (Staff Writer), p. 12. Contributed by an unidentified newspaper.
Nash Beats Edsel, by Walt Webb (#2524), p. 15.
1950 Nash Police Cruiser, by H. F. & Kitty Houston, p. 16.
Timely Exit (about C.W. Nash), p. 16. Contributed by Henry & Dorothy Bicknell (#5734).
In Memoriam (Bob Clarke), by Gordon McGregor (#49), p. 18.
World's Youngest Press Photographer Discovers Rambler (Nash promotional publication), p. 19.
The Nash Cruising Gear (January 21, 1935), by Nash Motors, p. 31. Contributed by Vince Ruffolo.
1949 Nash Spindle Nut Interchange, p. 34.
Tech Tips – castellated nut exchanges, by James Wegrzyn (#4912), p. 34.

Volume 22, No. 3 – May-June 1991
Cover Photo: 1948 Ambassador Convertible, Mike Porto.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
NCCA Sales: Update, p. 4.
Two "Nash Nuts" Talking (humor), p. 4.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
New Members (6128-6169), p. 5.
Letter – 1919 Nash Quad donated to Jeep (with photos), by Ralph and Dorothy Keefe (#5456), p. 6.
Letter – writer sends copy of article about his Nash and a clipping from Hemmings, by George Schlein (#4010), p. 8.
Letter – Writer sends drawing of '51 Nash, by Chris Whillans (#4010), p. 9.
An Invitation For Nashers (to attend Ford Museum show), p. 9.
1991 Eastern NASHional Update, p. 10.
Southern Ontario Nash Open House, by Chris Whillians (#4010), p. 10.
An Invitation (to attend AACA car show), by Wendall Anderson (#5499), p. 11.
Central Division NASHional, p. 11.
1991 Grand NASHional, by Mac McCarthy, p. 12.
Dogwood Region "2nd Annual NASH-IN By the Lake", by Jon Vanatta (#4526), p. 12.
Nordic InterNASHional Meet, Göteborg, Sweden, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 14.
NCCA By-Law Revisions, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 15.
Proposed By-Laws Approved By NCCA Board, p. 16.
Candidate Profiles: Bernie Turco #80; Wendi Walker #3690; Stan Thomas #3908; Milton R. Hansen #3109; Chuck Magner #587, p. 20.
Nor-Cal Region Awards Banquet & Turlock Swap Meet, by De Capshaw, p. 23.
OH-Penn Region News, by Maggie Wilson (#4798), p. 23.
1991 Desert Car Classic (with photos), by Wendy Walker (#3690), p. 24.
An Invitation To Exchange Region Newsletters, by Jon Vanatta (#4526), p. 25.
The Story of a Very Unusual Nash (1951 Nash Ambassador), by George H. Schlein (#2830), p. 26.
Metropolitan Sales Manager (death of James W. Watson), p. 27.
My Little 1960 Metro, by Elvira Templin (#6158), p. 28.
Right Hand Drive Nashes, by George Beckmann (#897), p. 28.
A Lemon's Sweet Taste (a Metropolitan), by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 29.
Clymer Road Tests The 1956 Rambler, by Floyd Clymer, p. 34. Contributed by Make Wennin (#4873).
Cartoon, p. 36.

Volume 22, No. 2 – March-April 1991
Cover Photo: 1948 Convertible, Ken Havekost.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
NCCA Financial Explanation, by Stan Thomas (#3908, Treasurer), p. 4.
New Members (6088-6127), p. 6.
Letter – restoration of a 1949 Nash, by James Wegrzyn (#4921), p. 7.
Letter – 1955 Nash Rambler Cross Country in Sweden, by Lennart Holmgren, p. 8.
Letter – source for gaskets and grommets for a 1953 Ambassador, by Gerald White (#4229), p. 8.
Letter – Nash appears in movie "Avalon", by Charles J. Stankivitz (5902), p. 8.
Cartoon: "Shoe", p. 9. Contributed by Dennis Smyth (#1466).
Letter – bumper jack styles 1949-57, by C. K. Jacobs (#2735), p. 9.
Letter – about the club, and the writer's 1951 Statesman, by Chris Whillans (#4010), p. 10.
Smokey - The Grey Ghost, by Chris Whillens (#4010), p. 10.
An Invitation For Nash Club Members (AMC car show), p. 12.
Greater Northland News, p. 13.
Rear Shocks for 1940 Nash (and 1939), by Gary Kielisch (#1804), p. 13.
Erie Shores Region News, by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 13.
No. #3 4871 Hits The Road, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 14.
Convert Top & Cylinder Sources (1941-48), by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 14.
Horn Button Retainer For 1940 Nash, by Gary Kielisch (#1804), p. 15.
Letter – 1950 Ambassador in Finland, by Jukka Heikkinen, p. 16.
Michigan Woman Wins Classic Ex-Kenoshan (a 1939 Nash), by George Sovitsky, p. 17. Contributed by Eric Nelson.
Colorado Welcomes You To The 1991 Grand NASHional, by Mac McCarthy, p. 18.
Central Division NASHional, Richmond, IN, p. 19.
1991 Eastern NASHional, Dover, NH, p. 20.
The Independent - Small Packages, by George Clough, p. 21.
Another Invite (to car show), p. 25.
New Editors For TNT (Maggie and Chuck Wilson), by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 26.
Announcement (TNT editorship passes to Maggie and Chuck Wilson), by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 26.
In Memoriam (Don Neuenburg, #485), p. 26.

Volume 22, No. 1 – January-February 1991
Cover Photo: Metropolitan.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Didja Know? (news clippings about Nash from 1939 and 1940), p. 3.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
Memberships' Golden Opportunity - NCCA 1991 Elections, p. 4.
New Members (6050-6087), p. 5.
Letter – Nashes on TV, by Scott Laraway (#4768), p. 7.
Greater Northland Region News, p. 7.
Cars & Football Sunday, p. 7.
1990 Nash Chili Feed (with photos), by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 8.
After 63 Years, Dixon Dealer Still Working In Car Business, by Brian Olmsted (Telegraph Wire Editor), p. 10. Contributed by San Kerley (#3969).
Cartoon: "Geech", p. 11. Contributed by Eric Nelson.
Simple Neighborhood Cruise Turns Into Purchase Of Antique '28 Nash, by Fred Conley (Associate Editor), p. 12. Contributed by R. Dean Miller.
Southern Region News, p. 12.
What About Tire Pressure?, p. 14.
1991 European InterNASHional Meet, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 15.
Chili Tyme - Fund-Raising For Fun & Profit, by Greg Fago (#1440), p. 16.
Accident?, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 17.
Nash - The Grille of Your Dreams, by Wm. Wiese, p. 18.
Aerial View Of Nash (cars spelling 'NASH' on a field), p. 19.
How To Use and Install The Boyce Moto Meter, p. 20. Contributed by Betty and Bob Dworschack.
Bask In The Sun – Enretrospect (on the Hell Drivers), by Ted Bask, p. 27.
Blasphemous “Humor” From The “Old Professor” (Cartoon "Shoe" features Metropolitan), p. 33. Contributed by Jim Ritzen (#5749).
Nash Christmas Wish (poem), by Neil Corrigan, p. 34.
Report On The '54 Hudson, by Floyd Clymer, p. 35.
The Baby Nash, by Don MacDonald, p. 38.

Volume 21, No. 6 – November-December 1990
Cover Photo: Aerial view of unique method to spell N-A-S-H..
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Foreign Members (requested to send appropriate postage for return of SASEs), p. 4.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
New Members (6013-6049), p. 5.
Letter – field full of rusting Nashes, by Bernice and Herbert Sklar, p. 6.
Letter – Mac McGrady and his 63 Nash-Healeys, by Al Zuber, p. 7.
Letter – South African advertisements for right-hand drive Nashes, by J.D. Odendaal (#3814), p. 7.
Trip to the Past in Vintage Cars, by Janet Stewart (Eagle Staff Writer), p. 11. Contributed by Charles Newton.
1990 Central Division Nashional Roundup (with photos), by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 12.
Classic Looks, p. 18.
OH-Penn Region News, by Charlie & Maggie Wilson (#4798), p. 19.
UMRR News, by Wendall Anderson (#5499), p. 20.
Old Kenosha with Diane Giles (1947 Nash, Indianapolis 500 Pace Car), p. 21. Contributed by Eric Nelson.
Unexpected Nash Adventure (1949 Nash 600), by Richard Schappert (#2699), p. 23.
Ramblers Is Small But Roomy And Easy to Park, Say Owners, p. 25. Contributed by Mike Wennin (#4873).
Wilbur, the Car Collector (cartoon features 1950-52 Rambler convertible), p. 30.
Tennessee Auto History (Nash wrecker), by Bob Howles (#5651), p. 31.
Ranch 'N Rambler (Real estate advertisment by Long Island Homes features 1955 Nash), p. 32. Contributed by Brent Havekost.
Dillinger – movie featuring 1932 Nash to be shown in January, p. 33.

Volume 21, No. 5 – September-October 1990
Cover Photo: Jerry Prochnow and his 1932 Nash in the movie "Dillinger".
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
New Members (5962-6012), p. 6.
Letter – 1927 Nash Light Six, series 221, is a one-family car, by Audrey & Allen Barrette, p. 8.
Letter – 1906 photo of car, possibly a Rambler, by Bob Howles (#5651), p. 8.
Tennessee Auto History – Selling Automobiles Name of Game in Nashville, by Bob Howles (#5651), p. 9.
Tennessee Auto History – Remembering the Forgotten American Classics, by Bob Howles (#5651), p. 10.
Growth of Nash is Phenomenal, p. 11. Contributed by Robert W. Howles.
Nash Service Men Receive Training in Latest Methods, p. 12. Contributed by Robert W. Howles.
Central Ohio Valley Region Spring Meet 1990 Lebanon, TN, p. 13.
Central Ohio Valley Region, p. 14.
OH-Penn Region News, p. 14.
Treasurer's Annual Report, by Stan Thomas (#3908), p. 14.
1952 Amb. & Statesman Wire Diagram for Hydramatic, Starter, Indicator Light, p. 16.
Letter – Corrected wiring diagram for 1952-54 Ambassador and Statesman, by Gerald White (#4229), p. 16.
Nash Makes The Movies ("Dillinger", 1932 Nash), by Jerry Prochnow, p. 17.
Harvest Festival Upper Mississippi River Region, by Darrell & Marlene Rader (#317), p. 18.
New NCCA Store Items, by William H. Lenharth (#2189), p. 19.
1990 Grand NASHional (with photos), by Barb & Friends Keller, p. 20.
The Way It Was! (Lucky Lee Lott Hell Drivers), p. 26.
A Nash Story (1951 Ambassador), by Brad Cerra (#4447), p. 28.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award for 1990 (Neil Black), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 28.
Library Donations, by Bob Aaron (#38), p. 28.
MI Tests The New Nash (1949), by Tom McCahill, p. 31. Contributed by Mike Wennin (#4873).
Drawing of a 1929 Advanced Six, by Alvin Whitman, p. 35.

Volume 21, No. 4 – July-August 1990
Cover Photo: San Francisco cable car with Nash advertisement. Contributed by Don Cory.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
New Members (5923-5961), p. 5.
Letter – regarding Popular Mechanics (February 1956) article about Rambler being assembled in 17 hours, by Bruce Sheaffer, Jr., p. 7.
Letter – racing a Hudson Wasp at Bonneville, by Al Zuber, p. 7.
Letter – photos of 1928 and 1934 Nashes in New South Wales, Australia, by Leo H. Collins, p. 8.
Letter – photo of 1918 Nash with Mrs. Nash at the wheel, taken by C.W. Nash; 1915 and 1916 Jeffery Truck; 1917 Nash Six; Seaman plant, 1916; 1918 Nash bus; 1918 Quad truck convoy, by Darrell Stumpf, p. 9.
1928-35 Throw Out Bearing Interchange, p. 10-11.
Texas Region News, by Irene & Jim Eckelkamp (#1355), p. 11.
Letter – clutch throwout bearing parts interchange, 1933-34 Nash; wheel bearing interchange for 1931 Nash, by Darrell Stumpf, p. 11.
Letter – cartoon features 1940 Nash, by Bob Derr (#5454), p. 12.
The Complete Nash Collection ("Kelvin Home" project of George Mason's), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 13.
Hubcap Identification (1934-1951), p. 16. Contributed by Sieg Wroebel.
1990 Central NASHional Round Up, p. 18.
Do It Right The First Time and You're On, Do It Wrong The Second Time and You're Gone!!!!, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 20.
Old Kenosha (Nash Quads help out after blizzard), p. 22. Contributed by Eric Nelson.
What Went Wrong - (Re: Cooling and Heating Problems), by Bill Cuthbert, p. 23.
1990 Election Results, p. 25.
AMC Alums Stop To Look Back, by Don Jensen (Staff Writer), p. 26.
Upper Mississippi River Region, p. 27.
America's Smallest Car – The Metropolitan, by Arthur Railton, p. 27. Contributed by Mike Wennin (#4873).
Letter – writer's 1932 1070 featured in June 1990 issue of Classic Auto Restorer, by C.E. Thomas (#1003), p. 32.

Volume 21, No. 3 – May-June 1990
Cover Photo: 1932 Nash. Contributed by Don Cory.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
An Invitation From Greenfield Village/Ford Museum, p. 5.
New Members (5863-5922), p. 6.
Letter – writer seeks information about right-hand drive Nashes and Ramblers, by Ray Russ, p. 8.
Letter – parts source for tub mirrors, and possibility of reproducing red lacquer plug wire sets, by Howard Anderson (#1691), p. 8.
Letter – on the 1989 Grand Nashional, by Allen and Fiona Smith (#5133), p. 9.
Letter – writer recalls "The Last Nash" (1957 Ambassador), by Bob Schofield, p. 10.
Letter – Hospitality offered to those travelling to the Grand Nashional, by Clyde Johnson (#146), p. 10.
Letter – recollections of 1946 600, 1952 Statesman and 1956 Hudson Rambler, by Glenn and Esther Stoltzfus, p. 11.
Letter – 1952 Ambassador in Switerland, by Herbert G. Baschung, p. 11.
Letter – Nash used in effort to get Kenosha park named for C. W. Nash, by Eric O. Nelson, Jr. (#4290), p. 12.
An Open Letter To The Nash Car Club Members (about the club and its membership), by Jay Ciampi (#4469), p. 13.
Serial Number Project, p. 14.
Letter – on restoration of a 1929 Nash, by David O. McComb, p. 15.
Nor Cal Nash Display in Sacramento, CA, by Al Arnolfo (#3189), p. 16.
Denver Auto Show Dream of Beauty, Aserts C. W. Nash, p. 17. Contributed by Charles Klein.
First Metropolitan (trying to find), by Metropolitan Owners Club, p. 17.
Western NASHional Meet In W. Sacramento, CA, p. 18.
Disc Brakes For 39 or 40? (LaFayette), by Fred Schutt (#4854), p. 20.
Grand NASHional Strasburg, PA, p. 20.
Greater California Region 14th Anniversary Celebration, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 21.
Greater Northland Region News, by Terry Quesnel (#4930), p. 22.
OH-Penn Region News, by Maggie Wilson (#4798), p. 22.
1990 Nash Round Up - Central Division NASHional, p. 23.
Rambler Has Everything New - Even A Hardtop Wagon, p. 24.
Candidate Profiles: Paul Gramlich #95; Fannie Watson #4171; Francis Keem #262; Chuck Chappel #1661; Sieg Wroebel #595, p. 26.
Notice from the NCCA Board of Directors (concerning the Western Division Director), p. 29.
NorCal Region News, by Bill Capshaw (#2812), p. 30.
Advertisement for The Nash Six, p. 31. Contributed by Charles Klein.

Volume 21, No. 2 – March-April 1990
Cover Photo: 1951 Statesman, Chris Whillans.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
New Region Formed (Central Missouri River Region), p. 4.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
New Members (5805-5862), p. 5.
Letter – video "The Fabulous Fifties" covers Nash-Disney connection, by Rich McGarty (#1118), p. 7.
Letter – automobile registration records from 1904 and 1905, by Bob Howles (#5651), p. 7.
Letter – with photo of writer's 1926 Nash Light Six, by Dennis Sokol (#5017), p. 8.
Letter – Nash mit turbo charger performance, by Al Zuber, p. 8.
Letter – 1947 Nash pace car perhaps located at the Dells Auto Museum, Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, by Rinehold Peter (#2764), p. 9.
Letter – 1931 890 and 1932 970 used for weddings in London, by Eric Barfield (#4899), p. 9.
Letter – NCCA member wins in Florida car shows with '55 Ambassador, by Ray Russell (#4954), p. 10.
Letter – 1951 Statesman and various other issues, by Chris Whillans (#4010), p. 10.
Once Upon A Time. . . (1950 Statesman), by Bill Jarvis, p. 11.
The Old Black Nash-Smiley, by Chris Whillans (#4010), p. 12.
Another New Region (Oh-Penn Region), p. 14.
Nashville VI, by Lew & Kay Brown, p. 14.
A Nash Celebrity (1956 Ambassador), p. 15.
The Littlest Rebel (pedal car), by William H. Lenharth (#2189), p. 16.
Early Car Maker Set The Course (Thomas B. Jeffery), by Don Jensen (Staff Writer), p. 16. Contributed by Eric Nelson.
A Merry Christ-Nash (Nash clocks), by Betsy Brothers, p. 21.
A Real Find (Metropolitan fire trucks), p. 23.
Metropolitans, p. 23.
Feature Vehicle (1955 Nash), p. 24.
Sunshine Region, p. 25.
Nash Display (1960 Metropolitan in mall restaurant), p. 25. Contributed by Jim and Kathy Wolf.
The 1990 Nash Roundup - Central Division NASHional, p. 26.
Western Division NASHional Meet, p. 27.
1990 Grand NASHional, p. 27.
How Not To Get A Nash For Christmas (1952 Rambler), by Doug Brothers (#3550), p. 28.
Tech Tips – Substitute Parts for 1937, 1938 & 1948 Nash, by Bob DeWester, p. 29.
1954 Hornet Special vs 1956 Hornet Special, by D. J. Kava, p. 30.
UMRR & COVR, p. 34.
Upper Mississippi Region News, p. 34.
Wait Till The Clouds Roll By, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 35.
Tech Tips – castellated nuts, flywheel pilot bearing, stud remover, adjustable tappets, cone clutch, overflow pipe, radiator core painting, freeing frozen engines, p. 37.
PM Asked the Experts – the Men Who Tow Away the Wrecks (driving safety), p. 39.

Volume 21, No. 1 – January-February 1990
Cover Photo: 1961 Metropolitan auto parked beside Metropolitan 440 Corvair aircraft.
Tech Tip – fashioning a guide pin for changing wire wheels, by Hillis Howard (#2646), p. 2.
New Region Formed (Central Missouri River), p. 3.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Lucky Lee Lott on Motor Week (PBS TV show), p. 3.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
1990 Nominations (for club offices sought), p. 4.
New Members (5772-6804), p. 5.
Letter – thoughts and memories inspired by demolition of Nash plants (with photos), by Eric O. Nelson, Jr. (#4290), p. 6.
Charles W. Nash Reminiscences (NCCA President interviews grandson on television), p. 9.
Letter – writer offers collection of drive reports for 1956, by Mike Wennin (#4873), p. 10.
Letter – asks if certain key cars still exist, by C. K. Jacobs (#2735), p. 10.
Letter – 1954 Nash damaged in TV show "Unsolved Mysteries", by C. K. Jacobs (#2735), p. 11.
Letter – Nordic Nash Registry Get-together (with photos), by Tor Stranger-Johannessen, p. 13.
Nor-Cal Region News, by Al Arnolfo (#3189), p. 13.
Southern & Dogwood Regions Meet In The Mountains, p. 14.
Niagara Frontier Region News, by Richard Chatley (#4045), p. 15.
Central Ohio Valley Region News (with photos), by Charles Fugate, p. 16.
Awarding The Millionth Nash, p. 19.
How Nash uses outdoor advertising to build consumer acceptance (July 18, 1953), by Standard Outdoor Advertising, Inc., p. 20. Contributed by Dick Harold (#3732).
Letter – commentary on Nash billboard promotional material, by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 20.
The Nash Six (reproduction of a promotional brochure, part II), p. 24. Contributed by Don Oakley.
Color Me Red, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4982), p. 36.
Nash Park, p. 37.
In a Class by Itself, p. 38.

Volume 20, No. 6 – November-December 1989
Cover Photo: Three Wheeler Nash.
Didja Know? (millionth Nash rolled off assembly line in 1934), p. 2.
Nashional Meet Items For Sale, p. 3.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
Increase In Shipping Cost For Club Sale Items, p. 4.
New Members (5703-5771), p. 5.
Letter – museum researcher seeks location of 1928 Nash, by Dennis McCargar (#2330), p. 7.
Letter – writer's Nash collection described, by Tom Harrington (#5344), p. 8.
A Tired Nash Finds A Resting Place, by Charles Klein, p. 10.
Photo of George Romney with a Metropolitan, p. 11. Contributed by Whit Alvin.
Hiway Risks, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 12.
New Way To Recruit Members, p. 16.
Cartoon, p. 16.
1990 Central Division NASHional “Nash Roundup”, p. 17.
Another That Is Gone . . . R.I.P. Rambler 1897-1969, by Francoys Pharand, p. 18.
Correction For “In Memoriam” (on missing Nash models), p. 20.
Our Northern Nashes (Nash in Canada), by R. Perry Zavitz, p. 21.
Smashed Nash, by Donald Freeman (#5264), p. 24.
Report On Bruce Crower and His Racing, p. 25.
Tech Tips – Tire Chains Quick Put On By Using Slotted Ramp, p. 26.
Tech Tips – Rub Soap Inside Hose Ends, p. 26.
Tech Tips – Depression in Generator Brush Prevents Spring From Slipping, p. 27.
Tech Tips – Safe Storage For Fuses and Bulbs, p. 27.
Advertisement for a Jeffery Quad model kit, p. 27.
Underground Treasures (car collection), p. 28. Contributed by Jim Bracewell.
Cartoon "Pavlov", p. 28. Contributed by Scott Laraway (#4768).
Drawing of a Montreal street scene in the 1950s, by Francoys Phrand, p. 29.
Remember When? (Kenosha newspaper clippings from 1939), p. 30.
How To Check Your Car Radio, p. 31.
Ignition-Distributor Lubrication Adds Power and Performance, p. 32.
The Nash Six (reproduction of a promotional brochure), p. 34. Contributed by Dan Oakley.

Volume 20, No. 5 – September-October 1989
Cover Photo: 1924 Nash (old photo). Contributed by Don Cory.
Didja Know? (All of the NCCA's former presidents were at the 1989 Grand Nashional), p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award for 1989 (Mike Larson), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 4.
New Members (5645-5702), p. 5.
On Wings of Song (advertisement for Nash service), p. 7.
Some Handy Tips For Nash Owners: Cooling Fan Bearings, by Jim Saicheck, p. 7.
Some Handy Tips For Nash Owners: 1952-56 Wiper Motor Replacement, by Jim Saicheck, p. 7.
Some Handy Tips For Nash Owners: 1952-55 Gas Cap Replacement, by Jim Saicheck, p. 7.
Some Handy Tips For Nash Owners: Battery Ground Cable, by Jim Saicheck, p. 7.
Some Handy Tips For Nash Owners: 1953-54 Ambassador Hoods, by Jim Saicheck, p. 7.
Owner, County Disagree On Merit Of Car Collection, p. 8. Contributed by Dave Gunderson.
Letter – on the Chrysler take-over of AMC, by Dave Gunderson, p. 8.
Letter – regarding Greg Watson's 1946 "600" motor, by Frank H. Burgess (#4536), p. 8.
Letter – Metropolitan car troubles at the Grand Nashional, by Dennis Smyth (#1466), p. 10.
Letter – Nash memories, by Bill Welder (#4405), p. 12.
Auto Built From Scrap, by Anne Christiansen, p. 12. Contributed by Bill Welder (#4405).
Letter – NCCA member Farrel Newman drives 1932 Nash from Norfolk, Virginia to Disneyland, by C. K. Jacobs (#2735), p. 14.
Letter – source for tower clamps, by Howard Anderson (#1691), p. 16.
Library Donations, by Bob Aaron (#38), p. 16.
The Nash Car Club Of America Treasurer's Annual Report Fiscal Year: 88-89, p. 17.
Lucky Lee and Lenny Dee, by Preston Stevens, Jr., p. 18. Contributed by Mike Mueller.
Parts Locator, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 19.
Northeast Region Spring Meet, by Don & Jan Thomas, p. 20.
Technical Tips - Questions and Answers (Circa 1920) - automotive trivia, by Donald D. Taylor (#1151), p. 21.
Tech Tip – Carter carburetor for 1941-51 Ambassadors, p. 24.
You Know You're In A Small Town When . . . (humor), by Catherine Johnson, p. 25.
When You Have The Money, You Buy The Best!, p. 25. Contributed by Frank Wrenick.
In Memoriam (list of Nash models that may not have survived), by Bob Aaron (#38, Librarian), p. 26.
Photo from Greater California Region meeting, p. 30.
Ramble Indiana (with photos), by Marti Hunsucker, p. 31.
Cartoon: "Lucky" Lee Lott Hell Drivers, p. 34.
Nash Tales, by Whit Alvin (#1701), p. 35.
Guaranteed Cars! That Are Not Quite New, p. 35.
Hidden Word Puzzle, by Francoys Pharand, p. 36.
We even engineer the air (Nash advertisement), p. 37.
Building A Home Portable: Auto Body Panel Welder, 5 Minute Battery Charger, 110-Volt Generator, by Tom Tricity, p. 38.
Business District Depicted In Postcard (Kenosha, late 1930s), p. 39.
Cartoon "Nash Tray" with poem, by Francoys Pharand, p. 40.

Volume 20, No. 4 – July-August 1989
Cover Photo: 1940 LaFayette 4010, Tom Post.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Ohio Members – Attention, by Charlie & Maggie Wilson (#4798), p. 4.
Nash-Healey (meet planned), p. 4.
President's Column, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 4.
New Members (5596-5644), p. 5.
Attn: Owners of Pre-1930 Cars (invitation to festival), p. 7.
Apology (for lateness of this issue), p. 7.
Parts Reproduction Update, by Fred Johnson, p. 7.
Letter – 1946 Nash 600 Model 4640 restoration, by Greg Watson (#5537), p. 8.
Letter – sellers should not advertise parts they do not possess, by Jim Taylor (#1151), p. 8.
Letter – horn has muffled honk when engine is hot; water pump packing; talk with Nash hauler, by Scott Laraway (#4768), p. 9.
Letter – stands taken by CCCA and AACA regarding 1932 Nash Ambulance; Nash classic models, by Bob Cosgrove (#321), p. 9.
Letter – truck shown on page 9 of May-June issue is a FWD, not a Quad, by Lew Cartwright (#3777), p. 9.
Letter – demolition of Nash plant buildings, by Eric O. Nelson, Jr. (#4290), p. 10.
Letter – Nash police car appears in 1951 Roy Rogers film "South of Cliente", by Jim Procell (#1428), p. 12.
Letter – 1940 Ambassador participates in Washington State Centennial celebration, by Bob & Arlene Clarke, p. 12.
Remember (Kenosha press reports about Nash Motors from 1939), by Eric O. Nelson, Jr. (#4290), p. 12.
Letter – wheel cylinders and shoes for 1941-48 Nash, by Doug Brothers (#3550), p. 14.
Letter – Metropolitan used in newspaper advertisement, by Dr. & Mrs G. B. Burleigh, p. 14.
My Nash Experience, by Willis Pasche (#5550), p. 15.
1989 Gand NASHional Indianapolis, IN (with photos), by Charlie & Maggie Wilson (#4798), p. 16.
Another That Is Gone . . . R.I.P. Rambler 1897-1969, by Francoys Pharand, p. 24.
Nash Stash in the Sun, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 25.
Black Diamond Mines Tour (Nor-Cal Region), p. 27.
Another Part Reproduced (windshield wiper arm springs for '49-'51 Nash, '50-'52 Rambler, and possibly all through '57, p. 28.
NCCA Members (invited to AMC car show), p. 28.
Dogwood Region News, by Stan Thomas (#3908), p. 28.
Central Ohio Valley Region News, by Maggie Wilson (#4798), p. 29.
Upper Mississippi River Region News, by Eric O. Nelson, Jr. (#4290), p. 29.
Nash Park In Kenosha, WI Nears Completion, p. 30.
Lucky Lee Lott Recollects His Devil-May-Care Career, by Jeff Dunlap (Tribune Staff Writer), p. 31.
Erie Shores Region News, by Maggie Wilson (#4798), p. 31.
Greater Northland Region News, by Steve & Gail Marx (#5086), p. 32.
Southern and Dogwood Regions' Combined Meet October 20-22, 1989, by Stan Thomas (#3908), p. 32.
Dr. Fixit - Batteries, p. 33.
Front Shocks For 1941-48 Ambassador, by Charles Threlkel (#2550), p. 37.
Tech Notes: Problems With A 3520 (loose running board noise, cutout relay fix), by Ed Romney (#3493), p. 37.
Radio Interchange and Service Tip For '41 To '48 Nash Owners, by Peter Rhinehold (#2764), p. 37.
Nash-Kelvinator Corporation – Its Finest Hour (war effort contributions), by Frank Wrenick (#1721), p. 38.

Volume 20, No. 3 – May-June 1989
Cover Photo: 1932 Nash 990, Kermit Wilke.
New Sales Chairman (Bill Lenharth), p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
From The President's Kitchen Table, by Frank Wrenick (#1721), p. 4.
New Members (5528-5595), p. 6.
NCCA Members (invited to AMC car show), p. 8.
Letter – Photo of 1916 Quad Truck at Camp Shilo (Manitoba) Armed Forces Museum (idetification is in error, the truck is an FWD), by M. R. Gulak, p. 9.
Letter – writer wants to share costs of reproducing 1949-51 door mirrors and '40s-'50s red spark plug wires, by Howard Anderson (#1691), p. 9.
Letter – regarding a 1934 Model 1297-46 Brougham, perhaps C.W. Nash's personal car, by Charles Newton (#3778), p. 10.
Letter – proposes a Nash museum, and a Nash revival, by Dan List (#922), p. 10.
Letter – photo of a 1929 Nash used in movie "Miller's Crossing", by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 11.
Letter – 1957 Ambassador, by Richard Welch (#5318), p. 11.
Letter – regarding demolition of Nash plant in Kenosha, by Eric O. Nelson, Jr. (#4290), p. 12.
Chrysler to Demolish Parts of Main Plant, p. 12. Contributed by Eric Nelson.
Letter – Bad rotor in 1950 Statesman, by Terry Quesne (#4930), p. 14.
Fun At Nashville V, p. 15.
Greater Northland News, by Steve Marx (#5086), p. 15.
1989 Grand NASHional Meet, by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 16.
Wander Indiana Ramble, p. 17.
1932 Nash “990” On Tour, by Kermit Wilke, p. 18.
What Happens to an Auto Family - Kenosha after Chrysler, p. 19. Contributed by Eric Nelson.
Parts & Accessories For Nash 1955 Style, by Thomas Franko (#3640), p. 20.
AMC World Club "Milwaukee '89", p. 20.
Tid Bit - Seaman built motorcycle side cars, by Ross Edwards (#422), p. 23.
What Do Those Words Mean - Truthfully?? (humor), by Charlie & Maggie Wilson (#4798), p. 23.
Candidate Profiles: Chuck Magner #587; Bernie Turco #80; Stan Thomas #3908; Carl Dawes II #4264, p. 24.
How To Measure Cubic Inch Displacement, p. 26.
Tech Tip – formula for engine displacement, by Charles Threlkel (#2550), p. 26.
Dr. Fixit: All About Gears, p. 27.
Dr. Fixit: Formulae (various, auto-related), p. 32.
Letter – Nash introduced quad headlights in 1957, by Carl Dawes (#4264), p. 34.
Febuary issue of Car Collector and Car Classics features Lucky Lee Lott, p. 34.
Wander Indiana Ramble, p. 35.
Cover Picture On The Jan-Feb TNT (remarks about publishing photos), p. 35.
Caravan From Southeast To Grand NASHional, p. 35.
The Autocar Road Tests - [1940] Nash Ambassador Eight, p. 36. Contributed by Duncan E. Robey (#619).

Volume 20, No. 2 – March-April 1989
Cover Photo: 1958 Rambler Rebel.
New Region Formed In Texas, p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
From The President's Kitchen Table, by Frank Wrenick (#1721), p. 4.
Wander Indiana Ramble (June 25-28, 1989), p. 5.
New Members (5257-5527), p. 6.
Letter – about 1950-52 Ramblers, by Ray Peterson (#5075), p. 8.
Letter – former stunt driver writes about Lucky Lee Lott and the NCCA, by Steve Stiles (#5438), p. 9.
Letter – 1951 Statesman story, by Dennis Patchett (#5483), p. 10.
Letter – writer share photo of his 1931 Nash with trophys, by Charles Newton (#3778), p. 11.
Charles Nash Park, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 11.
Some Stiles You Don't Crawl Or Walk Over (about Steve Stiles, fellow stunt driver), by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 12.
Our Little Jewel - 1929 Series 400 Landau Nash, by Harold Shortridge, p. 13.
Remember (Kenosha press reports about Nash Motors from 1938), p. 13.
Quick Quiz (about retread tires), p. 14.
AMC's World Club "Milwaukee '89", p. 14.
Letter – 1954 Nash featured in photograph in Brazilian fashion magazine, p. 14.
Souther Region News, by Ed Romney (#3493), p. 15.
Nash-Healey Creator Died One Year Ago (Donald Healey), p. 15.
Second Choice Turns Out To Be A Rare Find (1926 Ajax), by Lyla Scheihing (#4473), p. 16.
Letter – Barbados stamp features 1941 Nash 600, by Paul Belanger (#127), p. 17.
1989 Grand NASHional, p. 18.
The Typographical Error (humorous poem), p. 18.
A Rebel Of A Story, by William H. Lenharth (#2189), p. 20.
News From The Greater Northland Region, p. 22.
Dr. Fixit: Broken Springs, p. 22.
Dr. Fixit: How to clean and renew celluloid curtain lights, p. 22.
Dr. Fixit: adjusting headlights, p. 23.
Dr. Fixit: How mufflers work, p. 24.
Dr. Fixit: Locating rattles, p. 24.
Pistons, p. 25.
Dr. Fixit: Repairing broken siderail on a motor frame, p. 25.
Any Nashes Here? (1957 Kenosha newspaper photograph), p. 29. Contributed by Eric Nelson.
1932 990 Nash-Miller Ambulance, with letter requesting its admission to a CCCA show, by Bob Cosgrove (#321), p. 30.
My Nash Experience, by Don Neuenburg (#485), p. 32.
NCCA Club Jackets, p. 33.

Volume 20, No. 1 – January-February 1989
Cover Photo: Bob and Wendi Walker with their 1956 Ambassadors.
Ira and Carra Wilmoth Celebrate 50 Years, p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
New Members (5425-5480), p. 4.
NCCA Needs Nominations/Volunteers For National Officers, by Gordon McGregor (#49), p. 6.
From The President's Kitchen Table, by Frank Wrenick (#1721), p. 7.
Letter To The Prez (regarding 1951 Rambler convertible in Australia), by Colin Main (#2000), p. 8.
Some New Items in the Library, by Bob Aaron (#38), p. 9.
Letter – video shows Nash sign that once spanned railroad tracks in Kenosha, by M. Monaghan, p. 9.
Letter – Nash auto memories, by Don Drouin (#5412), p. 10.
1989 Nominations (requested for club offices), p. 10.
1902 Rambler Wins (Mississippi State Fair car show), p. 10.
Name Chosen For New Region In The Carolinas (Dogwood Region), p. 11.
Greater Northland Region News, by Steve Marx (#5086), p. 11.
. . . Remember . . . (1938 newspaper clippings about Nash), p. 12. Contributed by Eric Nelson.
Letter – writer provides copy of company letter congratulating original owner on his purchase of a 1941 Nash, by William H. Lauer, p. 12.
Northeast Region News (with photos), by Sandy and Melva-Jean Shepherd, p. 14.
A Nash Goes Hill Climbing, by Dick & Margaret Matson (#3222), p. 14.
My Nash Story, Part 2 (1957 Ambassador), by Richard Welch (#5318), p. 16.
Rambler Earns Teen-Ager Week's Pay In A Day, by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 17.
Not Just Another Ordinary Car (1928 Standard Six), by Jack Frank (#3277), p. 18.
Apology (for photos placed with wrong articles), p. 18.
And Then I Became A Nash Nut, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 19.
Tales of a Nash (vacation trip taken in 1930), by Whit Alvin (#1701), p. 21.
1941-4340 Crankshaft End Thrust, p. 22.
Tech Tips – Crankshaft End Thrust and High Oil Pressure, 1941- and '42-40, by Gerald White (#4229), p. 22.
Nash and LaFayette 1935-42 (Factory Bearing Sizes), by Gerald White (#4229), p. 23.
1989 Grand Nashional Meet, Indianapolis, Indiana, p. 25.
Nashville IV (Mid-Atlantic Region Meet, with photos), p. 26.
Collectors' Driveway Could Be Called Nash-Ville (Bob & Wendy Walker and 1956 Ambassador), by Mark Landsbaum (Staff Writer, Los Angeles Times), p. 28.
A Race Car's Nash Engine, p. 30.
Bonneville's Perfect Blend, p. 31.
Questions For Dr. Fix-It: Stop Springs From Breaking, p. 32.
Questions For Dr. Fix-It: How To Grease Springs, p. 32.
Questions For Dr. Fix-It: Three point suspension, p. 32.
Questions For Dr. Fix-It: Cause of muffler detonations when running downhill, p. 33.
The Old Timer Sez - Re: Cone Clutch; Radiator Overflow Pipe; Paint on Radiator; Bleaching Wood Spokes, p. 34.

Volume 19, No. 6 – November-December 1988
Cover Photo: 1932 Nash 990 Miller Ambulance - Bob Cosgrove.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
New Members (5390-5424), p. 3.
Renewal Time (membership), p. 4.
From The President's Kitchen Table, by Frank Wrenick (#1721), p. 5.
Letter – 1950 Statesman, by Steve Williams (#5391), p. 6.
Letter – Nash advertisment painted on side of old building in Great Falls, Montana, by Dick Cassutt (#4161), p. 7.
Letter – 1932 1060 in Australia, by Mark D. Edwards, p. 7.
Letter – memories of Nashes, by Ray Petersen (#5075), p. 8.
Letter To The Membership From The NCCA Salesperson (seeking replacement), by Wilma Hren (#768), p. 10.
Nor-Cal Region News, by Al Arnolfo (#3189), p. 10.
Erie Shores Region Fall Meet, by Charlie & Maggie Wilson (#4798), p. 13.
Ten Commandments For The Car Collector Remember? (humor), p. 13.
Central Ohio Valley Region, by Toddy Schroeder (#4357), p. 14.
Upper Mississippi River Region, by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 14.
Remember? (1938 stike against Nash), p. 15.
Eastern NASHional A Huge Success (with photos), by Ed Romney (#3493), p. 16.
Twin Ignition Hints, by Ed Romney (#3493), p. 19.
Tech Tips – The Life Of A V-Belt - Dr. Fixit, by Ray Verstagh, p. 19.
Windshield Wiper Lube Instructions, by Carl Dawes (#4264), p. 20.
Parts Interchanges For Older Nashes “All In The Family” Cars & Trucks, by Charles Threlkel (#2550), p. 20.
A Technical Tip For 1926 Light Six (Dim Headlamp), by Dennis Sokol (#5017), p. 21.
And Then There Were None (story about selling Nashes in 1950), by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 22.
Photo of Charles W. Nash, p. 23.
Old Kenosha, by Diane Giles, p. 24. Contributed by Eric O. Nelson, Jr..
The Judge's Car (1948 Ambassador), by Doug Brothers (#3550), p. 26.
History Of Nash AMC V-8 Engines Continued, by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 28.
Winterproofing promotion (copy of old advertisement), p. 32.
Prolonging The Useful Life Of A Car Battery - Part 2, by K. L. Martin, p. 33.

Volume 19, No. 5 – September-October 1988
Cover Image: "It's HO! for the stormy weather!" (advertisement for 1940 Nash).
New Region Being Formed In The South, by Stan Thomas (#3908), p. 2.
Car Mechanic's Axion (humor), p. 3.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
From The President's Kitchen Table, by Frank Wrenick (#1721), p. 4.
Remember? (1938 trivia), p. 5.
Notice To The Membership Regarding The Position of Western Director - The Board of Directors, by NCCA Board, p. 5.
Club Library (new acquisitions), p. 6.
New Members (5336-5389), p. 6.
The 1988 Central NASHional Meet (with photos), by Doug Brothers (#3550), p. 9.
Nashes Wanted (for car show), p. 15.
The Story of Price's (Nash promotional stunt in 1955), by Dave Mayfield (Business Weekly Staff), p. 16. Contributed by Larry Staunton.
Letters – Friend's memory of Nash, by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 17.
Letter – passing of John Galioto, by Janice Galioto, p. 17.
Letter – comments on early 1930s Nash models, by Charles C. Wells (#830), p. 17.
Locking Gas Cap (Nash promotion), p. 18. Contributed by Paul Grenier.
Out In Front With Cliff Bradley (Lucky Lee Lott and Hollywood stunt driving), p. 19.
My Nash Story, by Richard Welch (#5318), p. 22.
Dear Nash Members (Nash class in Hoosier Car Show), by Chuck Magner (#587), p. 23.
In Memoriam (Jake Simpson, #77), p. 23.
Tech Tip – Replacing a Transmission Gasket, p. 24.
Tech Tip – , Stewart-Warner Vacuum Tank, p. 25.
Tech Tip – Brake shoe source for 1941-50 Ambassador 6 or 8, p. 26.
Tech Tip – fire risk when carburetor backfires, p. 26.
Brake Shoes For 1941-50 Ambassador 6 & 8, p. 26.
Dick Noel's Nashaway!, by Sally Noel (#2288), p. 26.
History Of Nash AMC V-8 Engines (Continued), by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 27.
Cartoon, p. 31.
Nash Service (copy of promotional material), p. 32. Contributed by Paul Grenier.
Advertisement for winterproofing service, p. 33.

Volume 19, No. 4 – July-August 1988
Cover Photo: Nashes on Display at Entrance to Disneyland.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
New Members (5290-5335), p. 3.
From The President's Kitchen Table, by Frank Wrenick (#1721), p. 5.
Letter – 1946 Nash 600, by Donald Freeman (#5264), p. 6.
Letter – correction: Nash seen in movie "Angel in My Pocket" was a '56 Statesman, not '50, by Fred Bartz, p. 6.
Letter – '32 Victoria Advanced 8 in Miller Museum, Elkhardt, Indiana, by Howard Anderson (#1691), p. 7.
Letter – LaFayette ads, memories of 1929 400 and 1955 Statesman, and question about Continental engines in Nashes, by Ross Kühn, p. 7.
Complaint Department (regarding coverage of Special Interest Auto magaine, by H.R. Keeler, p. 8. Contributed by Charles Threlkel (#2550).
Letter – Nash promotional film strips donated to NCCA Library, by Brent Havekost (#3348), p. 8.
Letter – unleaded gasoline experience, by Dan Monaghan (#3199), p. 9.
Letter – In memory of Dave Peterson, by Jim Bracewell (#3756), p. 9.
Letter – caravan to Chattanooga meet, by Charlie & Maggie Wilson (#4798), p. 10.
Nash Rambler Visits Transmission Plant, by Kenneth Schroeder (#4357), p. 10.
1928 Nash "Special 6" - drawing and commentary, by News America Syndicate, 1986, p. 11. Contributed by Dick McGarty.
Exhaust Header For '55 Le Mans Engine, by Charles Threlkel (#2550), p. 12.
Nashes At Disneyland (Grand Nashional, with photos), by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 14.
Central Ohio Valley Region Meet, by Toddy Schroeder (#4357), p. 20.
Hard Luck – Dream Comes True, by Jerry Prochnow, p. 22.
Southern Region Meets At Atlanta, by Ed Romney (#3493), p. 22.
My Story, by 3888-1776, by Gerald 'Jerry' Knutsen (#1559), p. 23.
Chattanooga Choo-Choo, 1988 Eastern Nashional, p. 26.
Erie Shores Region "Bubbly" Pancake Breakfast, by Charlie & Maggie Wilson (#4798), p. 27.
Treasurer's Annual Report, April 30, 1988, by Ray Hren (#768, Treasurer), p. 28.
1988 Roster (some pages out of sequence), by Bob & Lela Naegele (#288), p. 30.
Milwaukee '88 July 29-31 - AMC Rambler AMC/Jeep Nash Hudson Cars, p. 30.
It Was Inevitable (1949 restoration and Nash dealership memories), by Vic Howard (#5235), p. 31.
Raffle of a lighted Nash sign trophy, p. 32.
History of Nash and AMC V-8 Engines (continued on p. 27 of the next issue of The Nash Times), by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 33.

Volume 19, No. 3 – May-June 1988
Cover Image – 1948 Nash.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award for 1988 (Ray Hren), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
From The President's Kitchen Table, by Frank Wrenick (#1721), p. 4.
Safety Hints (regarding clutch pedal starters and overdrive freewheeling), by Ed Romney (#3493), p. 5.
Letter – Nashes appearing in early 50s movies and TV shows, by Fred Bartz, p. 5.
New Members (5257-5289), p. 6.
Many Plant Mergers, by Al Ostrowski, p. 7. Contributed by Eric Nelson.
Letter – Nash car hauler memories, by Bob Loudon (#4240), p. 8.
Nashes Wanted For Attendance In Show, p. 10.
Unique Trophies For Eastern NASHional, p. 10.
All Aboooard For The Chattanooga Choo Choo and the 1988 Eastern Nashional!, by Stan Thomas (#3908), p. 11.
Nor-Cal Region, by Al Arnolfo (#3189), p. 12.
Kenosha News Bits, p. 12.
Ruffy and Nathanial Part 2 (story about a dog and a Nash), by Gene Bond (#4369), p. 13.
Carolina Region Forming, p. 14.
Northeast Region Fall Meet, p. 15.
Upper Mississippi River Region, by Ralph Lang, p. 15.
Greater Northland Region News, by Steve Marx (#5086), p. 16.
'51 Rambler Convertible in Australia, p. 16.
Nash Twin Ignition Six Gets a New Life, by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 17.
Greater California Region Anniversary Celebration, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 18.
Didja Know? (years of cars remaining in service in 1944), p. 19.
In Memoriam (M. H. Downer), by Jack Frank (#3277), p. 20.
Light Switch For 1942 Through 1948, by L. R. DeWester (#2375), p. 21.
Candidate Profiles: Gordon J. Gregor #49; Paul W. Gramlich #95 Steve Rugens #3395; Bob Walker #3690; Sieg Wroebel #595, p. 22.
Northeast Region Spring Meet, p. 25.
Northeast Region, by Sandy Shepherd, p. 26.
Letter – Drawing of a 1930 Cabriolet 491, by Whit Alvin (#1701), p. 26.
Nash Enclosed Bodies – Represenative Letter, October 6, 1922, by Nash Motors, p. 27.
When Hudson Came To Kenosha, by Louis Rugani, p. 30. Contributed by Eric Nelson.
Conditioned Air For 1938 Nash (copy of promotional document), p. 32. Contributed by Jim Bracewell.
Navajo Poem, p. 32.

Volume 19, No. 2 – March-April 1988
Cover Photo: 1933 Nash 1123 in Norway.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Plans For Chattanooga Eastern Nashional, by Ed Romney (#3493), p. 3.
From The President's Kitchen Table, by Frank Wrenick (#1721), p. 4.
Letter – 1929 Nash Standard Six on cover of November-December 1987 issue of The Nash Times is incorrectly identified as an Advanced Six, by Bob Rudd (#4083), p. 5.
Letter – widow of Confederate General James Longstreet drives a Nash, by C.E. Thomas (#1003), p. 6.
The Christmas I'll Never Forget, by Bob Riedl, p. 6. Contributed by Eric O. Nelson, Jr..
Upper Mississippi River Region News, by Ralph Lang, p. 7.
New Members (5143-5204), p. 8.
Can't Hold Down Airflyte Construction, by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 10.
An Invitation To NCCA Members (from the AMCRC), p. 10.
The Grand NASHional, by Wendy Walker (#3690), p. 11.
Finally A Model 1123 On The Road Again!!, by O. J. Hafsten, p. 12.
Central Division NASHional, by Betsy Brothers, p. 14.
Second Annual Nash Bubbly Breakfast, p. 15.
Fun At Nashville IV, p. 16.
Letter – drawings of a 1929 Advanced Six and a 1934 Advanced Eight, by Whit Alvin (#1701), p. 16.
My Nash History, by Jay Ciampi (#4469), p. 18.
From The Kenosha News Files, p. 19.
Auto Industry of Yesteryear Concentrated on Basics, by Don Robinson, p. 20. Contributed by John Munro.
Sunshine Region News, by Jay Ciampi (#4469), p. 21.
All Aboooard! (for the 1988 Eastern Nashional), by Dave Bowling, p. 22.
A Metro limo (photos), p. 24. Contributed by Bob Aaron.
Story about a Nash Mechanic in 1940, p. 24. Contributed by Eric O. Nelson.
Nash Tops Vintage Section 1987 Mildura Easter Rally (Australia), by Derek Pritchard (#410), p. 25.
Leaving Your Nash Home?, by James Glidewefl (#4586), p. 26.
The Strange Case of George Koscak, p. 27. Contributed by Eric Nelson.
Simplicity is Keynote of New Nash, p. 32. Contributed by Harold Potts.
Kelvinator Plant Closes, by Mac Gordon (Kenosha News Detroit Bureau), p. 35. Contributed by Eric O. Nelson, Jr..

Volume 19, No. 1 – January-February 1988
Cover Image: 1930 Nash "400" advertisement.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
From "The Kenosha News" Files 50 Years Ago - Remember? (trivia), by Eric O. Nelson, Jr. (#4290), p. 3.
From The President's Kitchen Table, by Frank Wrenick (#1721), p. 4.
Letter – memorial to Phil Parent, by Neil Black (#388), p. 5.
Letter – Photo of overpass connecting Nash production and shipping areas, by Eric O. Nelson, Jr. (#4290), p. 6.
Letter – with photos of 1946 and 1948 Nashes ruined by neglect, by Eric O. Nelson, Jr. (#4920), p. 7.
Letter – with photo of transport truck loaded with four 1947 Nashes, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 7.
Cause of Pitted Distributor Points, p. 8.
Letter – tips for condenser value, checking for correct coil polarity, and proper spark plug, by Gerald White (#4229), p. 9.
Letter – car in cover photo on last Nash Times issue is a 1929 Model 421 Standard Six, not a 420 Advanced Six, by Donald Hull, p. 9.
Letter – new member recalls family Nash, by Joseph W. Schmalzried (#5039), p. 9.
Letter – about the writers 1948 Ambassador 4860, by Scott Laraway (#4768), p. 10.
Ed Romney To Reprint 5 Parts Books 1934 Thru 1942, p. 10.
Greater California Region Annual Chili Feed, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 11.
Letter – Praise the Nash (restoration of 1937 Nash), by Jeff T. Hunt, p. 12.
Nashville '87 (with photos), p. 13.
New Members (5100-5142), p. 16.
On "Nash Parts Safari" In Vermont (discovery of shed full of parts), by Rick Norcross (#3030), p. 17.
1988 Elections (nominations sought), p. 20.
The 1988 Grand NASHional, by Wendy Walker (#3690), p. 21.
Events Schedule For 1988 Grand NASHional, p. 22.
Proposed Budget For 1987 Grand NASHional, Anaheim, CA, p. 23.
Letter – Nash meet in Sweden, by Bjorn Breda, p. 24.
Walt and His Nashes, by Walt Johnson (#4123), p. 25.
Mark Your Calendar For The Big Eastern NASHional At Chattanooga 11, 12, 13, 14, August 1988, p. 27.
Southern Region Meets At Cairo, GA (with photos), by Ed Romney (#3493), p. 27.
Northeast Region Fall Meet (with photos), by Sandy Shepherd, p. 29.
“Tech Tip” Re-Building The 1952-1956 Y.H. Carburetor, by Charles Threlkel (#2550), p. 31.
Ruffy and Nathanial, Part 1 (story of a dog and a Nash), by Gene Bond (#4369), p. 32.
Central Ohio Valley Region News, by Marti Hunsucker, p. 34.
Here and There (early Ramblers), p. 36. Contributed by Frank Wrenick.
Ever See A Bent Connecting Rod?, by Ed Romney (#3493), p. 37.
Cause of Bent Connecting Rods, p. 37.
Cartoon about hunting, p. 37.
Erie Shores Region Fall Get Together, by Ken & Mary Ann Havekost (#140), p. 38.

Volume 18, No. 6 – November-December 1987
Cover Photo: 1929 420 Advanced Six, Neil Pritchard (caption is incorrect; the car is a Standard Six).
Thomas B. Jeffery Award (Jim Rugens), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
From The President's Kitchen Table, by Frank Wrenick (#1721), p. 4.
Region Secretaries (deadline for regional event notices in the calendar of events), p. 4.
Our Loss (memorial to Carl Barnhart, #102), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 5.
Letter – on the death of Carl Barnhard, by Steve Jewett (#527), p. 5.
Letter – an Australian translates U.S. car jargon, by Des Gippel, p. 6.
Letter – Best of Show winner thanks Grand Nashional committee, by Gerald Allain (#4350), p. 6.
Letter – writer thanks NCCA members for help locating parts, by W.H. (Bill) Watson (#733), p. 7.
Letter – Photo of 1941 Nash, by Mike Rugens (#4935), p. 7.
Hat Too Large (photo of baby wearing Nash hat), p. 7.
Nor-Cal Region News 4th Of July Bash At Wroebels, by Al Arnolfo (#3189), p. 8.
No Coincidence (chance meeting of club members), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 9.
More Nor-Cal News AM Elites Meet In Concord, by Phil & Lou Cruz, p. 9.
Walt and His Nash - Part IV (1955 Ambassador), by Walt Johnson (#4123), p. 10.
An Old Nash Takes On A New Chevy, by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 10.
Nash Honor Club (award won by former Nash dealer), by Bill Bingner (#3430), p. 12.
Pacific Nash Invitational, by Bill Capshaw (#2812), p. 12.
100 Year Old Driver Renews License, p. 13.
The 1988 Grand Nashional, p. 14.
A Century Of Progress – Whiting Parking Tower: Build for Nash Display at the 1939 World's Fair, p. 15.
Greater California Region News, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 16.
Upper Mississippi River Region News (Region meeting), by Bob Brown, p. 17.
New Members (5046-5099), p. 17.
The New Fuel and Old Carburetors, by William Crowell-Davis, p. 20.
Renewal Time (memberships), p. 21.
Another Sad Ending (accident involving 1953 Nash Statesman), by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 22.
Upper Mississippi River Region News (Region meet, with photos), by Ralph Lang, p. 24.
Central Division NASHional Meet In Hastings (with photos), by Willis Moline (#4870), p. 25.
Nash Judged in Top 20 out of 2000 “All Makes” Concourse Elegance (Australian Event), by Derek Pritchard (#410), p. 30.
NCCA Jackets, p. 34.
"A Word to the Wise" – auto service advice and Nash rear window wiper, p. 36.

Volume 18, No. 5 – September-October 1987
Cover Image: 1923 LaFayette.
Video Tapes (available from club library), by Bob Aaron (#38), p. 2.
1988 Eastern NASHional In Chattanooga, p. 3.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
From The President's Kitchen Table, by Frank Wrenick (#1721), p. 4.
Piston Problems, by Ed Romney (#3493), p. 5.
. . . And That's Nashin! From the Ambassador Garage, by Paul W. Gramlich (#95), p. 6.
New Members (5013-5045), p. 7.
Prolonging The Useful Life Of A Car Battery [Part 1], by K. L. Martin, p. 8.
Rag Top Rambler Is Showroom Hit, by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 9.
Upper Mississippi River Region News, by Bob Brown, p. 10.
NCCA Advisors (Copy of factory rate sheet for Nash-Healey, dated September 5, 1951, p. 11. Contributed by Michael Feingold (#1398).
Erie Shores Region News, by Ken & Mary Ann Havekost (#140), p. 12.
Attention Members Around NC, p. 13.
Walt and His Nash, Part III - A Nash for Sis, by Walt Johnson (#4123), p. 13.
Nash 1948 Business Coupe, by Sharon Bielenfeldt, p. 14.
Treasurer's Annual Report, by Ray Hren (#768), p. 16.
Newspaper photo of Milton Hansen's 1942 Nash, p. 18.
Nashes Invade the Cataract City (with photos), by Francis Keem (#262), p. 19.
Highlights of 1987 Nash Ramble, by Jane & Richard Chatley (#4045), p. 25.
Rufus and Nathaniel (The Ending), by Gene Bond (#4369), p. 27.
Promotion for Nash Lustur Seal, p. 27.
A Sad Ending, by Bob & Lela Naegele (#288), p. 28.
The Chicago World's Fair of 1933, by Kenneth Scherer, Sr. (#1015), p. 29.
My Nash History, by Jay Ciampi (#4469), p. 32.
Northeast Region Sept. Meet, p. 35.
They bought it as a "Second" Car, now they rate it first, p. 36.
Advertisement for the Nash Jeffery line, p. 38.

Volume 18, No. 4 – July-August 1987
Cover Photo: 1930 Nash 497B, Jim Taylor.
1987 Election Results, p. 2.
In Memoriam (Bob Morison), by Paul Cushing, p. 2.
1987 Grand NASHional, by Francis Keem (#262), p. 3.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Notes From Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 4.
Did Little Boys Used To Dream of Nash?, by Ed Romney (#3493), p. 5.
Parts Reproduction Update, by Fred Johnson, p. 5.
. . . And That's Nashin! From the Ambassador Garage, by Paul W. Gramlich (#95), p. 6.
Upper Mississippi River Region News, by Bob Brown, p. 7.
Letter addressed to Lee Iacocca of Chrysler Corporation advocating retention of the American Motors nameplate, by Tom Brown, p. 8.
1987 Roster, p. 9.
Nor Cal Region News, by Al Arnolfo (#3189), p. 9.
307,000-Mile Gremlin Running Strong, p. 10. Contributed by Marti Hunsucker.
Friendship Day 1987, by Al Arnolfo (#3189), p. 11.
Walker's Mark of Stylishness is Still Classic (Nash designer), by Bonnie Henry, p. 12.
Nash Notes You Ought To Know (Nash related trivia quiz), p. 14.
Central Ohio Valley Region News, p. 15.
Sales Items News, p. 16.
Letter – with photo of 1942 Nash wrecked in Texas City explosion in 1947, p. 16. Contributed by Charles Chambers (#1513).
Walt and His Nash - Part II, by Walt Johnson (#4123), p. 17.
Sunshine Region News, by Jay Ciampi (#4469), p. 18.
Find Rebuilt Crankshafts, by Ed Romney (#3493), p. 18.
New Members (4957-5012), p. 19.
Southern Region News, by Ed Romney (#3493), p. 21.
Nash Trivia (regarding 1951 Statesman), by Jay Ciampi (#4469), p. 22.
Didja Know? (Source for 1950 Nash shocks), p. 22.
Central NASHional Meet, p. 23.
Bringing a 1930 Nash Back To Life (in New Zealans), by Jim Taylor (#1151), p. 24.
Greater Northland Region Growing, by Denise Richter (#2583), p. 27.
Cartoon features a Nash, p. 27.
Tech Tip: "One Man Work-Force" (Synchronizing The Points: Dual Ignition), by Charles Threlkel (#2550), p. 28.
A Simple Solution To That Leaky Waterpump Nut, by Rein Brueggeman (#4276), p. 29.
Letter – regarding a private auto museum in Florida, by Ray Russell (#4954), p. 29.
“London Develops Sunshine Car'” and “Nash Bodies Stand Rigid Tour de France Test”, p. 30. Contributed by Bob Aaron.
Timing Gears (Nash Service Bulletin No. 118, October 1928), by Nash Motors, p. 31.

Volume 18, No. 3 – May-June 1987
Cover Image: Advertisement for 1926 Nash.
Lobbying For Nash's Name (Charles Nash Park in Kenosha to be dedicated), p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Notes From Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 4.
Nash Notes You Ought To Know (Nash related trivia quiz), by Bill Sams (#1236), p. 5.
Candidate Profiles: Frank Wrenick #1721; Ray Hren #768; and Carl Dawes #4264, p. 6.
AMC All Family Meet, p. 7.
Erie Shores Region Spring Get Together, by Ken & Mary Ann Havekost (#140), p. 8.
. . . And That's Nashin! From the Ambassador Garage, by Paul W. Gramlich (#95, Secretary), p. 9.
Nash Stash in the Straw (on Ken Havekost's Nash collection), by Chris Singer, p. 10.
Turlock 1987, by Al Arnolfo (#3189), p. 12.
Attention Tub Owners! (windshield gasket source), p. 13.
Eleventh In A Series From The Old Grease Monkey, by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 13.
What's In A Name if Factory's Open? (AMC purchased by Chrysler), by Don Jensen, p. 14.
1987 Ballot, p. 14.
Letter – private car museum in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, by Bill Torsch (#2145), p. 14.
TNT Editor Wanted, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 17.
1987 Grand NASHional, by Francis Keem (#262), p. 18.
1987 Nash Ramble, p. 21.
Chrysler Founder Got Start From Nash, by Dan Fisher, p. 21.
Central Region NASHional, by Willis Moline (#4870), p. 26.
New Members (4919-4956), p. 28.
Nash Trivia (regarding 1957 Ambassador), by Jay Ciampi (#4469), p. 29.
Nash Shop Coat Patch, p. 30.
1,000,000th Nash of “400” Series Being Shown By Dealers Here, p. 30. Contributed by Ron Stapleton.
Walt and His Nash - Part 1, by Walt Johnson (#4123), p. 31.
Nash Swap Meet - AMO Meet, p. 31.
1929 Timing Gear Repair, p. 31.
Schmeiser “Overnite” Equipment Transforms Your Sedan Into a Pullman Sleeper (product promotional brochure), p. 32. Contributed by Bob Kovar (#2681).
Old Cars Price Guide December 1986, p. 34.
She's a Honey! (1953 hood ornament) and Stop Gas Thieves! (locking gas cap), p. 34.
Letter addressed to Lee Iacocca of Chrysler Corporation advocating retention of the American Motors nameplate, by David E. Horton, p. 35.
. . . They Also Serve Who Stay At Home, p. 36.
The Best in Sleeping Comfort (mattress for Nash), p. 37.

Volume 18, No. 2 – March-April 1987
Cover Photo: Imported Metropolitan "1500".
New Nash Specification Manual, p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Notes From Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 4.
Antique License Plates In Virginia, p. 4.
. . . And That's Nashin! From the Ambassador Garage, by Paul W. Gramlich (#95), p. 5.
Credit Due (for articles reproduced in last issue), p. 6.
1987 Nominations sought for club offices, p. 6.
Cure Leaky Headgaskets on Flathead Engines, p. 7.
Letter – 1930 Model 497, by John Clarke, p. 7.
Letter – Nash memories and tech tips about leaky head gaskets and overheating, by Bill Weldon (#4404), p. 7.
Letter – 1954 Ambassador, by Tom and Bobbie Fenton, p. 8.
Letter – on fuel supply problems, by Gerald White (#4229), p. 9.
Attention - Sunshine Region (TNT editor seeks information about private auto museum in Florida), p. 9.
Letter – with photo of a 1920s Curtis "Jenny" airplane with Nash advertisement on side, by Harold F. Potts (#157), p. 10.
Fun At Nashville III, p. 11.
Saguaro Region - Fifth Anniversary, by Harvey Saicheck (#3086), p. 11.
A Medley of Matters (1954 Ambassador), by Bob & Ruth Lawrence (#3381), p. 12.
Nashfull Notes (on NCCA Heritage Preservation program), by Rick Norcross (#3030), p. 13.
The Tradition Lives On (new AMC motor), by Bill Sams (#1236), p. 15.
So You Want To Restore A Nash, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 16.
You Say Your '57 Won't Crank Over When Hot?, by Glen Malme, p. 17.
AMC/Nash/Hudson Enthusiasts Cars & Parts' “Springfield '87 Car Show and Swap Meet”, by Don Childs (#4261), p. 19.
New Members (4887-4918), p. 21.
1987 Grand NASHional, by Francis Keem (#262), p. 22.
1987 Central Division NASHional, by Willis Moline (#4870), p. 23.
How I Chose Nash (Part 2), by Whit Alvin (#1701), p. 24.
Just Before Almost, by Lucky Lee Lott (#4892), p. 25.
Advertisement for the New Nash "400" (1936), p. 31.
Tenth in a Series from the Old Grease Monkey (1953 Statesman rear axle puller), by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 32.
Letter – writer suffers mishap after visit with another club member, by Harry D. George (#4427), p. 34.
Letter – writer comments on apparent off-center rear axle, by Francis Swygert, p. 34.
Motor Road Test No. 14/57 - The Metropolitan 1500, p. 35. Contributed by Bob Aaron.
Rambler's "Top" Luggage Carrier, p. 39.

Volume 18, No. 1 – January-February 1987
Cover Image: Advertisement for an Airflyte Nash.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Notes From Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 3.
New Members (4849-4886), p. 4.
. . . And That's Nashin! From the Ambassador Garage, by Paul W. Gramlich (#95), p. 5.
Letter – Photo of writer's 1927 Ambassador with a 1928 airplane, by Charles Newton (#3778), p. 6.
Letter – tips on how to identify Nash models of 1920s and 30s, by Lew Cartwright (#3777), p. 7.
Letter – in support of a combined Grand Nashional AMC combined meet, by Francis Swygert, p. 8.
Letter – concerning an abandoned 1940 LaFayette, by Don Monaghan (#3199), p. 9.
Nor Cal's Moffett Meet, by Felipe Cruz, p. 9.
1987 Grand NASHional - Niagara Falls, NY, p. 10.
Repairing Crack in Block or Head, p. 11.
UMRR Goes Railroading, by Bob Brown, p. 11.
Repairing a Crack in Block or Head, p. 11.
1958 Nash Pace Car, by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 12.
NCCA Jacket, p. 13.
I Never Heard of a Nash Truck, by Paul Warnick, p. 14.
Right Place at the Right Time, by Mike & Cindy Stavola, p. 15.
Nash Weekend at Chattanooga, by Ed Romney (#3493), p. 16.
Ninth in a Series from the Old Grease Monkey (1951), by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 17.
Monterey Statewide Nash Meet, by Al Arnolfo (#3189), p. 20.
North East Region On The Move, by Sandy Shepherd, p. 21.
Nor-Cal's Brannan Island Campout, by Bill Capshaw (#2812), p. 22.
Northeast Region Fall Meet (with photos), by Sandy Shepherd, p. 23.
Ready To Order Your New 1950 Nash? (copy of Nash order form), p. 24. Contributed by Ed Romney.
Poem about a Nash restoration, by Donald Shaw (#7207), p. 27. Contributed by Ken Havekost.
Nash Tray (cartoon), p. 27. Contributed by Paul Grenier.
Bonneville Region, by Bill Bingner (#3430), p. 28.
Happy Birthday C. W. & T. B.!!, p. 29.
The Mystery of the Off Center Rear, by Glen Malme, p. 29.
Used Car Reconditioning (1949), by Nash Motors, p. 30. Contributed by Bob Aaron.
The Basics of Electroplating, p. 37. Contributed by Bob Aaron.

Volume 17, No. 6 – November-December 1986
Cover Photo: The Nashfull Bash Country Music Festival.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Region Chairmen (TNT editors seek event photos), p. 3.
New Members (4831-4848), p. 3.
Notes From Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 4.
. . . And That's Nashin!, by Paul W. Gramlich (#95), p. 5.
My Poor '55!, by Hillis Howard (#2646), p. 6.
Letter – 1941 Nash 4160 Ambassador, by Keith and Joan Johnson, p. 6.
'50 Ambassador To Live Forever In Alaska, by John Renner, p. 7.
Our 1929 Nash, by Vera Giles, p. 8.
Nash Notes You Ought To Know (Nash related trivia quiz), by Bill Sams (#1236), p. 9.
"Old Blue" is a Movie Star (movie "Desert Bloom", by John Munro (#644), p. 9.
Why A Nash Pick-Up Conversion!!, by Paul Grenier, p. 10.
The Quad States Car Fest in Haywarden, IA, by Bill Bingner (#3430), p. 11.
Erie Shores Region Enjoys Two Summer Meets, by Ken & Mary Ann Havekost (#140), p. 12.
Problem Clinic (help sought for painting dash), by Robert Sklar, p. 13.
Eighth in a Series from the Old Grease Monkey, by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 13.
Greater-Cal Region Third Annual Pool Party and BBQ, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 14.
Chasing a Lead, by Paul Grenier, p. 14.
Trailers, Tow-Bars and Trash, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 15.
1986 Nash Ramble, p. 16.
How I Chose Nash (Part 1), by Whit Alvin (#1701), p. 17.
New Club Sales Chairperson – Wilma Hren, p. 18.
My '52 Lemon Statesman to Kenosha – Barely, by Stan Nerad (#1404), p. 19.
Metropolitan New York and Long Island Region Holds its 12th Annual Meet, by Paul W. Gramlich (#95), p. 20.
Nash and Related Cars in Print (list of magazine articles), by Bob Aaron (#38, Librarian), p. 22.
Sunshine Region September Meeting, by Jay Ciampi (#4469), p. 27.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award (Paul Gramlich), p. 27.
Eastern NASHional and Nashfull Bash (with photos), by Steve Rugens (#3395), p. 28.
The Most Thrilling Show On Wheels ("Lucky" Lee Lott Hell Driver), by Robert Nesbitt, p. 33.

Volume 17, No. 5 – September-October 1986
Cover Photo: 1923 Nash Sport Touring, Edgar Smith.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Video Info from the NCCA Library, p. 3.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award (Paul Gramlich #95), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 3.
Notes From Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 4.
Advisor Service, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 5.
". . . And That's Nashin." From the Ambassador Garage, by Paul W. Gramlich (#95, Secretary), p. 6.
Letter – Episode "The Unlighted Road" of a 1955 Schlitz Playhouse TV series features Nash (with photo), by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 7.
Letter – writer submits a copy of an article about his 1950 Statesman from a local newspaper, by Bernice and Herbert Sklar, p. 7.
Northeast Region Spring Meet in Maine, p. 10.
Our First Grand NASHional, by Clarence & Nancy Becker (#4603), p. 10.
African Nash Adventures, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 11.
1986 Grand NASHional – Finale (with photos), by Milt Hansen (#3109), p. 12.
Reflections. . . from a Grand NASHional, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 19.
UMRR Has Second Nash Ramble, by Bob Brown, p. 20.
Nash Notes You Ought To Know (Nash related trivia quiz), p. 21.
Copy of advertisement for a Nash Six, p. 22. Contributed by Charles Wells.
Nash?? '55 Hudson Hornet?? – Sign for Missouri used car lot resembles a 50's Rambler (with photo), by Ron Bondelier (#4107), p. 24.
Upper Mississippi River Region (with photos), by Bob Brown, p. 24.
Seventh In A Series From The Old Grease Monkey (1953 Rambler in crash), by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 26.
'37 Ambassador Used In Computer Ad (with photo), p. 27. Contributed by Gordon McGregor.
Say - What Year Is This Nash?, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 28.
Letter – 1937 LaFayette with 1937 Chevy pickup body, by Bob Romprey (#4389), p. 31.
Letter – with photos of family's 1935 Ambassador 8, by Lester E. Wilson, p. 31.
Photo of Rambler bicycle, p. 32. Contributed by Ross Edwards.
Treasurer's Annual Report, by Ray Hren (#768, Treasurer), p. 33.
New Members (4775-4830), p. 37.

Volume 17, No. 4 – July-August 1986
Cover Image: Advertisement for 1941 Nash.
Upper Mississippi River Region Spring Meet, by Milt Hansen (#3109).
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Great American Race, p. 3.
. . .And That's Nashin! From the Ambassador Garage, by Paul W. Gramlich (#95, Vice President), p. 4.
1986 Election Results, p. 4.
1986 Eastern NASHional Meet Schedule, p. 5.
African Nash Adventures, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 6.
The Unheralded Rambler (a book by Francis Swygert), p. 6.
Letter – Original owner's story of a Metropolitan, by Joe Van Buren (#4587), p. 7.
Letter – Identification of car in the last issue as a first series 1932 Model 971, by Art Cochran (#3458), p. 7.
Letter – Original owner's story of a 1951 Nash Statesman, by Dan Monagham (#3199), p. 8.
Letter – Original owner's story of a 1955 Nash, by Victor Smith (#1116), p. 8.
Letter – Nash hot rod in Florida, by Howard Freedman (#4000), p. 8.
Copy of an announcement for the "NASH Weekly Professor Quiz Contest", p. 10. Contributed by John W. Emory, Jr. (#1580).
Sixth in a Series from the Old Grease Monkey, by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 11.
Grand NASHional Homecoming Meet, by Milt Hansen (#3109), p. 12.
Springtime In L.A. Picnic, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 13.
An Open Letter to the Nash Car Club Members, by Jay Ciampi (#4469), p. 14.
Nash Notes You Ought To Know (Nash related trivia quiz), by Bill Sams (#1236), p. 15.
Letter – writer's Nashes win prizes in mixed-make meet, by L. K. Landis (#4317), p. 15.
Sunshine Region, by Jay Ciampi (#4469), p. 16.
Observations on Charlotte Show, by Ed Romney (#3493), p. 17.
Nash Automobile in South Africa, by J.D. Odendaal (#3814), p. 18.
Advertisement for a 1957 Hudson 108, p. 21. Contributed by J. D. Odendaal (#3814).
Letter – writer recalls dealership receiving kit enabling a Nash Statesman to drive on three wheels, by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 22.
Rick Norcross Column (on Lucky Lee Lott and the Eastern Nashionals), by Rick Norcross (#3030), p. 23.
My 1957 Nash Ambassador, p. 26.
Sockets That Won't Round Off A Nut or Bolt, p. 28.
Nash Shop Foreman's Letters & Service Letters 1928-1938 (listing), by David Powers (#2408), p. 28.
Back-Side Slide Hammer, by Andrew Ott, p. 28.
How to Remove a Broken Bolt, by Richard Duda, p. 30.
Plastic Wire Wheel or Buffer Guard, by Ivan La Jaunesse, p. 39.
How To Remove A Broken Bolt, p. 39.
How I Made My Universal Puller, by Jim Karns, p. 40.

Volume 17, No. 3 – May-June 1986
Cover Image: Advertisement for 1941 Nash.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
". . . And That's Nashin!" - From the Ambassador Garage, by Paul W. Gramlich (#95), p. 4.
Repairing Your Radio, by Ed Romney (#3493), p. 4.
Notes From A Wandering Nash Nut, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 5.
Greater Northland Banquet, by Jerry Sagendorf (#2662), p. 5.
Letter – 1957 Ambassador on a pole (with photo), p. 6.
Letter – Original owners' story of a 1954 Statesman, by Gordon B. Scott (#2032), p. 7.
Interchange Manual, by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 8.
Photos of Reeke Nash (Cleveland, Ohio) Show Room, 1931, p. 8. Contributed by Ron Stapleton.
Rick Norcross Column (Nash events in the east), by Rick Norcross (#3030), p. 9.
NCCA Advisors – Spark Plug Wiring and Battery Cable (1929 models), by Dennis McAllister (#188), p. 10.
Another Suburban Saved, by Joseph M. Cocuzza Jr. (#4717), p. 11.
Cartoon, p. 12.
Fifth in a Series: The Old Grease Monkey, by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 13.
1986 Grand NASHional Homecoming Meet, by Milt Hansen (#3109), p. 14.
Erie Shores Region Spring Meet, p. 16.
The Second Nash Ramble, p. 16.
Lucky Lee Lott Hell Drivers, p. 17.
1986 Eastern NASHional Meet, p. 17.
Candidate Profiles: Gordon McGregor, Paul Gramlich, Steve Rugens, Tom Watson, Bill Bingner, p. 18.
The Nash Franchise, Part IV (Documents related to a Nash dealership in 1937), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 21.
LaFayette Parts Numbers, by Ken Hough, p. 36.
So-Cal Region Joint Nash-Hudson Mall Show, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 36.
Letter – Tech tip for erratic working overdrive, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 38.
Automobile Restoration (article about Lloyd DeWester's Nash restoration hobby), by Don Renfro, p. 39.
Letter – Antifreeze coupon with image of a Metropolitan, by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 40.
Safety Corner (hub puller and paint stripper hazards), p. 41.

Volume 17, No. 2 – March-April 1986
Cover Image: Nash Ambassador Suburban.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Original Nash Owners (stories sought from), p. 3.
Notes from Nash Nook, p. 4.
Central Ohio Valley, p. 4.
Your Very Own NCCA Calling Cards!, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 5.
The Second Nash Ramble, p. 5.
Fire Hit Our Printers, by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 6.
Fourth In A Series From The Old Grease Monkey, by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 7.
Photo of a Nash Suburban, p. 8.
Letter – Non-Nash car outfitted with bed (with photos), by Bill Bingner (#3430), p. 9.
Fun At Nashville – Mid-Atlantic Region (with photos), by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 10.
1986 Grand NASHional Homecoming Meet, by Milt Hansen (#3109), p. 13.
The Nash Franchise Part II (actually part 3): Story of a Nash dealership, 1937, with copies of documents, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 14.
Orphan Meet – Nor-Cal Region, p. 22.
Fun at Nashville II, p. 22.
Our 1928 Nash 340 Special Six, by John and Terri Yaroschak, p. 23.
A Lonely Ambassador, by Lynn and Joy Nash (#638), p. 25.
1920 Nash 681 Touring, by Lynn and Joy Nash (#638), p. 25.
Suburbans, by Bob Hickman (#3913), p. 26.
Lost – A Model 433 (note at bottom of a Nash Motors foreman's letter (#146, November 23, 1928), p. 26. Contributed by Bob Aaron.
Abbreviations (frequently used in The Nash Times), p. 28.
A Lonely Ambassador (1937), by Charles and Ann Carnock (#4461), p. 29.
New Officers, p. 29.
How To Enjoy A Nashty Weekend, by Bill Jarvis, p. 30.
Letter – Submitting photo of the Ajax Motors plant in Racine with Ajax models driving past, by Dave Richter (#2583), p. 32.
Sunshine Region, p. 33.
How to Make Seat Cushion Springs, by Jim Tobin, p. 34.
New officers – High Plains Region, p. 35.

Volume 17, No. 1 – January-February 1986
Cover Photo: Stake Bed Truck. Contributed by Jim Bracewell.
The Nash March, by Janet Gramlich, p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Notes from Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 3.
William F. Harrah Automobile Foundation, p. 4.
Memberships' Golden Opportunity - NCCA 1986 Elections, by Paul W. Gramlich (#95, Vice President), p. 5.
Letter – proposes compiling a list of Nashes in museums, by Bill Felgemaker (#4367), p. 6.
"Tub-ing" New England Style, by Bob Majeski (#2), p. 7.
Northeast Region 1985 Fall Meet, by Steve Rugens (#3395), p. 8.
1986 Grand NASHional Homecoming, p. 8.
Rent-A-Met?, by Walt Johnson (#4123), p. 9.
Nash Sweeps the Field In Lawrence (Historic Trails), by Doug Brothers (#3550), p. 10.
Nashin' In Montana, by Dick Cassutt (#4161), p. 13.
Nashin' All the Way to San Jose (water pump problem in 1929 Nash), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 13.
The Nash Franchise (Part II, documents from a Nash dealership in 1929), p. 14.
Nash Got Good Mileage from Bathtub Styling, p. 24. Contributed by John Fyock.
Letter – 1948 Super 600, by Harvey & JoAnn Leners (#3775), p. 26.
The Old Grease Monkey (memories of near miss in a Nash), by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 26.
Central Ohio Valley Region Fall Meet, by Charlie Threlkel (#2550), p. 26.
The Rick Norcross Column (on the Nash Heritage Preservation Committee), by Rick Norcross (#3030), p. 29.
Notes from a Car Hauler's Diary (with photos), by Bob Loudon (#4240), p. 31.
Nashes I Have Known, by Charles Newton (#3778), p. 33.
Northeast Region Winter Meeting, by Steve Rugens (#3395), p. 34.
Correction of error in November-December 1985 Nash Times: Ship sank with 241 new Nashes, not 24, p. 34.
Didja Know? – Member's 1950 Nash appears in 1986 Collector Auto calendar, p. 34.
Ignition Coils (1936 Delco-Remy service bulletin), p. 35.

Volume 16, No. 6 – November-December 1985
Cover Image: Nash advertisement from The Saturday Evening Post.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
1986 Grand NASHional "Homecoming", p. 2.
Notes from Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 3.
A Special Notice to NCCA Members Overseas, by Ray Hren (#768), p. 4.
Letter – retread tires on 1953 Nash Ambassador Custom, by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 4.
Letter – 1957 Rambler Sedan, by Loren McAfee, p. 5.
Letter – Ship that sank in 1929 carried 24 Nashes, by Rich McGarty (#1118), p. 5.
Letter – Reprints of 1941-47 Nash Manuals, by Ed Romnay (#3493), p. 6.
Letter – Thanks to member George Koehler for repair assistance on road, by Jon W. Timmers, p. 6.
Letter – Nash built aircraft engine seen at air show, by Bill Letlow (#4410), p. 7.
Erie Shores Region Summer Meet, p. 7.
Copy of old post card with details about stolen 1922 Nash, p. 8. Contributed by Bob Aaron.
My 4160 Nash, by Juergen Koenig, p. 9.
Historic Trails Region, by Glenn & Ruth Schroeder (#2393), p. 10.
Letter – 1948 Ambassador, by L. K. Landis (#4317), p. 10.
Rufus and Nathanial (Part 4, story of a dog and a 1925 Nash Touring car), by Gene Bond (#4369), p. 11.
Metropolitan Buffs (Wall Street Journal, October 9, 1985, has a front-page article on Metropolitans), p. 12.
Nashin All The Way To San Jose!, by Karen Ailsworth, p. 13.
A Sneaky Way to Re-introduce Nashes to the Public, by Connie Graeber (#80), p. 17.
Upper Mississippi Region Lake Geneva Meet, by Bob Brown, p. 18.
The Nash Franchise (Documents related to setting up a dealership, 1929), p. 18.
1929 Nash Tools, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 23.
UMRR Visits Cantigny, by Bob Brown, p. 25.
Old Cars Need Leaded Gas, by Ed Gaus, p. 26. Contributed by David Knowles.
How To Clean Upholstery - In Your Nash and Home, by L. C. Chase & Company (Uphostery Manufacturer), p. 27.
Lowly Leaf Spring Department, by Robert Kaiser, p. 36.

Volume 16, No. 5 – September-October 1985
Cover Photo: Bust of Charles W. Nash.
Notes from Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 2.
Sunshine Region Forms in Florida, by Jay Ciampi (#4469), p. 4.
Letter – Memories of a 1953 Ambassador, by Dick Harold, p. 5.
Letter – Photo of 1932 Nash tractor on display at Keweenaw Mountain Lodge in Copper Harbor, Michigan, by John Litsenberger, p. 5.
Northeast Region Spring Meet, by Steve Rugens (#3395), p. 6.
Saguaro Region Celebrates Third Anniversary, by John Munro (#644), p. 7.
Central Ohio Valley Region (with photos), by Charles Threlkel (#2550), p. 8.
Letter – Free distributor and Nash-Healey article in Collectible Automobile, by Arch Brown (#1669), p. 10.
1985 Grand NASHional Smashing Success (with photos), by Betty Wroebel (#595), p. 11.
The Second Annual 1985 Nashfull Bash Country Music Festival, by Rick Norcross (#3030), p. 16.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award (Ken & Mary Ann Havekost), p. 18.
Success Or Failure? Cars & Parts - Springfield "85" Car Show, by Don Childs (#4261), p. 19.
Nash Can (comic strip), p. 20.
The Unheralded Rambler, a new book by Francis Swygert, p. 21.
Holden Body Nashes in Australia, by Keith Dodkins, p. 21.
Carburation in Relation to Service - How to Overload a Marvel Carburetor, by Marvel Carburetor Company, p. 25. Contributed by David Powers.
Calendar of Events, p. 36.
Copy of advertisement for a 1941 Nash, p. 37.

Volume 16, No. 4 – July-August 1985
Cover Photo: Car Transporter with Airflytes.
Notes from Nash Nook, p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
This 'N' That from B, by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
Birth Announcement: Brandi Nicole Havekost, p. 3.
Treasurer's Annual Report, p. 4.
Letter – 1940 Nashes, by Jean Brisbois, p. 6.
San Francisco Golden Gate - Nor Cal Region, by Bob Agnew, p. 7.
Upper Mississippi Region Spring Get-Together, by Bob and Leona Brown, p. 8.
Rufus and Nathanial (Part 3, story of a dog and a 1925 Nash Touring car), by Gene Bond (#4369), p. 9.
High Plains Region, by Gary Jeffers (#1409), p. 10.
Collecting Cars Can Be Lucrative If You're Lucky (Metro John Preble, LA), by Richard A. Wright (The Detroit News), p. 11.
Safety Tips, by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 12.
Metro, by John Preble (#3589), p. 13.
Attention Florida Members!, p. 13.
Restoring the Good Times, by Glen C. Allison, p. 14.
The All Nash Family Car Show, July 6, 1985, by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 15.
Results of the 1985 Elections, p. 16.
NCCA Jacket, by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 16.
Stories and Pictures of Nash Wrecks, by Bob Aaron (#38), p. 17.
Erie Shores Region, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 20.
Nash Service Bulletins and Shop Foreman's Letters, by David Powers (#2408), p. 22.
Lists of Tools and Equipment for Nash Models 2017, 2018, 3017, 3018 Early Trucks; 4017, 4017FD, 4017G, 4017A, 4017L, and 4017F, p. 28.
History Made At Nash Stadium, by Blanche Cherny, p. 30. Contributed by Charlie Giorno.
Photo of a Nash on a pole, p. 31. Contributed by Tom Pansic.
New Southern Region, by Charles Newton (#3778), p. 32.
Save-A-Nash - High Plains Region, p. 34.
The 1985 Nashfull Bash Country Music Festival, by Rick Norcross (#3030), p. 36.
Jo G. Roberts Makes Enviable Record in Automotive Field (Iowa Nash dealer), p. 38.
Copy of Nash Six advertisement, p. 39.

Volume 16, No. 3 – May-June 1985
Cover Photo: "Mabel" 5058 Statesman.
Notes from Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 1.
Letter – 1938 Nash Ambassador 8, by Daniel Gleaves (#4312), p. 3.
Letter – 1929 Model 422 Standard 6 Cabriolet, by Bill Nash (#4436), p. 3.
Restoration Seminars at the Grand Nashional, p. 4.
"Shall Game" (on shipping across the border with Canada), by Dan Monagham (#3199), p. 5.
Nash Puzle, by Bill Torsch (#2145), p. 5.
Fun At Nashville - Mid-Atlantic Region, p. 6.
Organizational Meeting Planned for New Southern Region, p. 6.
NCCA Advisors – Tires (1950-55), by Jim Paradiso (#1530), p. 7.
NCCA Advisors – Low Spark, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 7.
Rufus and Nathanial (Part 2, a story of a dog and a 1925 Nash Touring car), by Gene Bond (#4369), p. 8.
The Nash Metropolitan – A Vintage Car Gains New Popularity (Photo-article on Eve and Jimmy Valentine's Metropolitan Pit Stop), p. 9.
Our Hash Story, by Don Leese (#901), p. 13.
An Eerie Prelude To The Eagle, by Kit Foster (#3126), p. 14.
Wall Mounted Split Rim Tool for the Shop for 1929 and Early 1930 Nash, by David Powers (#2408), p. 15.
Raffle, p. 16.
Up the Hill in a Nash, by Rev. Grover Williams (#3877), p. 16.
Grand Nashional Information, p. 17.
Candidate Profiles: Jim Dworschack, Ray Hren, Brent Havekost, p. 18.
To Kill an Organization (humor), p. 19.
Nostalgia (Nash-Healey appears at anniversary celebration), p. 20.
Didja Know? – composition of shock absorber fluid (from 1929 Nash Service Bulletin), p. 20. Contributed by Bob Aaron.
Advertisements, p. 20. Contributed by Bob Aaron.
Saguaro Region Awarded First Place For Second Time In Parade, by John Munro (#644), p. 23.
Reproduced Owner's Manuals for '27, '28 and '29 Nashes, by David Powers (#2408), p. 26.
Need Metro Parts?, p. 27.
Northeast Region Spring Meet, by Henny and Bob Majeski (#2), p. 27.
Bonnie and Clyde Ride Again (1929 Special Six), by Roland and Jean Flick, p. 28.
A Tale Of Two Tubs (Cover Story), by Bob Majeski (#2), p. 32.
Second Lansing to Dearborn Run Gearing Up, p. 36.
Service Bulletin, Clutch and Brake Pedal Splash Pan - 4900 Series (April 4, 1949), by Nash Motors, p. 37. Contributed by Vince Ruffolo.

Volume 16, No. 2 – March-April 1985
Cover Photo: 1925 Nash "Nathanial" owned by Gene Bond.
Nash Tails (comic strip), by Eric N., p. 1.
Notes from Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
Upper Mississippi River Region, p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Letter – 1950 Nash Ambassador, by L. K. Landis (#4317), p. 3.
This 'n That From B&B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
Parts Locator Service & Program, by Helmut Wibmer, p. 5.
Another First Place (1952 Ambassador takes firsts), p. 5.
Did You Know? (Nash almost acquired Volvo in 1926), by Tor Stranger-Johannessen, p. 6.
Letter – writer's '55 Hudson Hollywood used in Cynde Lauper "She-Bop" video, by Richard Miller (#114), p. 6.
NCCA Advisors – 1950-55 Rambler Convertibles, by Jim Paradiso (#1530), p. 7.
NCCA Advisors – remedies for low oil pressure in 1934-56 Ambassadors and LaFayettes, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 7.
NCCA Advisors – Preparation of Nash Ambassador Cars for Heavy Duty Conditions (May 29, 1953), by Product Information Dept., Nash Motors, p. 7. Contributed by Michael Feingold (#1398).
Another Nash Nut (recollections), by George H. Schlein (#2830), p. 13.
Historic Trails Region Plans A Busy 1985, by Doug Brothers (#3550), p. 14.
Letter – Nash Family (article about Nash in Cars 'n Parts), by William N. Letlow, Jr., p. 15.
Upper Mississippi River Region, by Bob and Leona Brown, p. 16.
The Old Photo Corner: 1928 Standard Six, p. 16.
An Interesting Parts Experience, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 17.
Rufus and Nathanial (dog enjoys 1925 Nash Touring car), by Gene Bond (#4369), p. 18.
My 1952 Statesman - A Lemon?, by Stan Nerad (#1404), p. 20.
Diamond in the Rough (photos of wrecking yard Nashes), by Vince Ruffolo (#30), p. 21.
1985 Grand NASHional Information - San Jose, CA, p. 22.
Harrah's Vehicle Auction, by Tom Haney (#1779), p. 26.
Nash Ramblings (Nash Race Cars), by Bob Loudon (#4240), p. 30.

Volume 16, No. 1 – January-February 1985
Cover Photo: Nash Motors Car Transporter. Contributed by Jim Bracewell.
Notes from Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
Nash Specs Book, by Bob Aaron (#38, Librarian), p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Memberships' Golden Opportunity - NCCA 1985 Elections, by Paul W. Gramlich (#95, Vice President), p. 3.
Congratulations: 1931 662R Coupe wins awards, p. 3.
Anticipate - Negotiate - But Please Don't Procrastinate - 1985 Grand NASHional, p. 4.
Anecdote: How a 1951 Nash was driven from Iowa to California, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 4.
A Nash-Ty Story (comic strip), by Eric N., p. 5.
Greater Northland Fall Tour To Red Wing A Big Success, by Curt Larson, p. 5.
Hey! There's a New Kid on the Block!! Central Ohio Valley Region, by Lennel (Lee) Royer (#40), p. 6.
Letter – Nashes in music videos, by Francis Kovach (#2816), p. 7.
Letter – On use of unleaded gasoline, by Dan Monaghan (#3199), p. 7.
Mopar Man Comes out of the Closet! (Nash for sale), by Mike Merritt, p. 8.
Postcard of Nash driving through redwood tree trunk, p. 8. Contributed by Ed Thomas.
Letter – Preparaton for The Great Race, by Jim Dunkel (#1726), p. 9.
Rockford Joins '85 Great American Race, p. 10. Contributed by Jim Dunkel.
Nash Haven (Photos of the Havekost farm), by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 12.
Cartoon featuring 1938 Nash, by John Best, p. 13. Contributed by Sieg Wroebel.
Don't Be Surprised! (Photos of Nashes in unusual places), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 14.
Photo: 1927 Nash belonging to Danny Meyer from Chico, California, p. 15.
Photo: 1929 Nash at the Big Apple show, p. 15.
Letter – Photo of Nash Quad Fire Truck, by Victor Smith (#1116), p. 15.
The Fashionable 1955 Rambler (promotional sketches of different paint styles, including "basket handle", by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 16.
Puddle Jumpin' (A story told with photos), p. 18.
"Not Another One" or (How I Bought a 1957 Nash), by Jerry Sagendorf (#2662), p. 19.
Upper Mississippi River Region, by Darrell Stumpf, p. 21.
NCCA Advisors – 50-55 Nash Rambler Convertible Tops, by Jim Paradiso (#1530), p. 23.
Nash Word Search Puzzle, p. 24.
Preservation Of Nash History (Postcards of Nash Factories in Kenosha, with extensive commentary), by Eric O. Nelson, Jr. (#4290), p. 25.
Reproductions of lists of tools for Nash models through 1933, p. 38. Contributed by Bob Aaron.

Volume 15, No. 6 – November-December 1984
Cover Photo: Central Nashional Meet.
Notes from Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
A Letter from Sweden, by Max Pehrson, p. 2.
Summer Mystery Tour/Picnic Held August 5th – Greater Northland Region, by Carl Larson, p. 3.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Letter – author of Cars and Parts Nash series comments on his article's inaccuracies, by Arch Brown (#1669), p. 4.
Letter – 1933 Standard Eight 1132R, by Bill Boesinger, p. 4.
Letter – 55 or 56 Nash appears in Cyndi Lauper video "She Bop", by Milt Hansen (#3109), p. 4.
Letter – with photo of a flying lady hood ornament, by Kenneth Scherer (#1015), p. 5.
Letter – 1934 Nash discovered in alley, by Jim Bracewell (#3756), p. 6.
Letter – photo of newlyweds with 1953 Statesman, by Bill Sams (#1236), p. 6.
Letter – 1951 Statesman with mechanical observations, by Dan Monaghan (#3199), p. 7.
Absence Of 1951 Nash Technical Service Manual (Letter To Eds), by Dan Monaghan (#3199), p. 7.
The Revival of a Jeffery, by Gordon McGregor (#49), p. 8.
Letter – 1932 Model 990 restoration, by Kermit Wilke, p. 8.
1984 Central NASHional Meet - Monroe, MI (with photos), by Brent Havekost (#3348), p. 10.
Nash Alive and Well in the South, by H.F. & Kitty Houston, p. 18.
Use Common Sense, Your Ears to Take Care of a Pet Car, by Rick Norcross (#3030), p. 19.
The Rambler That Was Put Out to Pasture, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 20.
How Well Do You Know Your Nashes? (Part identification quiz), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 21.
Answers to quiz on page 30, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 21.
In Memoriam - Ann Wynacht, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 21.
Saguaro Region News, by John Munro (#644), p. 21.
Summer Memories - 1984 Western NASHional, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 22.
NCCA Advisors – 50-55 Nash Rambler parts sources, by Jim Paradiso (#1530), p. 22.
Nor-Cal, by Bill Walker, p. 25.
Saguaro Region Ushers in Autumn, 1984, by John Munro (#644), p. 27.
Recipe (Whole Wheat Rolls), by Louise Havekost, p. 27.
The Great American Race - 1985 (1927 Ambassador), by Jim Dunkel (#1726), p. 29.
Nashfull Bash (Photos; story in previous issue), p. 30.
1935-1936 Register (of owners of these vehicles), by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 32.
Nash Tails (comic strip), p. 32.
Reproduction of a List of Tools and Equipment for 1930-33 models, by Nash Motors, p. 33.

Volume 15, No. 5 – September-October 1984
Cover Photo: 1931 Coupe, Grand Nashional Best of Show.
Notes from Nash Nook, p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Reproduction Program, by Fred Johnson, p. 3.
"Nash Can" (cartoon strip), p. 3.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award (Bernie Turco), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 4.
Ayuh! You Can Get There From Here, or the 1984 Grand NASHional (with photos), by Bob Majeski (and Steve Rugens), p. 4.
Letter – letter supporting the demise of leaded gasoline, by Dan Monaghan (#3199), p. 15.
Letter – pointing out some errors in the Cars and Parts series on Nash, by Lew Cartwright (#3777), p. 15.
Letter – mishaps on way home from Grand Nashional, by Fred and Luann Johnson, p. 16.
Letter – Parts sources of 1951 Ambassador, by Roy Bellman (#1836), p. 17.
Letter – on reviving the Nash-Healey Club, by Michael Feingold (#1398), p. 17.
Preserve Our Past (recommendation to document recollections of people connected with Nash Motors), by Rick Norcross (#3030), p. 18.
Niagara Frontier Region - Early Bird Run, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 19.
Upper Mississippi River Region, by Darrell Stumpf, p. 20.
Fall Foliage Tour - Greater Northland Region, by Denise Richter (#2583), p. 20.
Worst Condition Nash Photo Contest, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 21.
The Nashful Bash (Vermont Auto Enthusiasts' event), by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 24.
Greater Northland Region Sponsors Southern Minnesota Tour, by Curt Larson, p. 25.
AMC Family Cars Meet In Oakland - Nor-Cal Region, by Mike Zampiceni (#1048), p. 26.
Niagara Frontier Region Orphan Car Invitational Meet, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 27.
Letter – proposal to publish names of swap meet vendors with Nash parts in The Nash Times, by Helmut Wibmer, p. 27.
Saguaro Region's Nash Bash & Splash a Smash, by John Munro (#644), p. 29.
Western NASHional Revisited (water pump repair for 1942 Nash 600), by Bill Walker, p. 30.
Help! (Club librarian seeks 1951 shop manual supplement), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 31.
Grandma's Nash (1955 Cross Country Wagon), by Roger Stroud, p. 32.
Auto Hobbyists Have Good Thing Going in Their Car Clubs, by Rick Norcross (#3030), p. 33.
1935-36 Register (of owners of these vehicles), by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 33.
My Dream Come True (1951 Rambler Convertible), by Al Arnolfo (#3189), p. 35.
Nash 436 (story of a 1929 Special Six in Finland), by Elis Kontio, p. 37.

Volume 15, No. 4 – July-August 1984
Cover Photo: 1950 Nash Rambler Convertible.
Notes from Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
"Nash Can" (cartoon strip), p. 2.
1984 Central NASHional Meet, p. 3.
In Memoriam: Kip and Monique Sears, p. 3.
Photo Contest (for Nashes in bad condition), p. 3.
Treasurer's Annual Report, p. 4.
For the Love of an Automobile (Vic Smith's two 1955 Ambassadors), by Kris Aaron, p. 6.
The End Of The Line For Nash, by Bob Aaron (#38), p. 8.
Lansing to Dearborn Run, p. 8.
A Tale of Four Nashes (50, 54, 55 & 56 ), by Dick Matson (#3222), p. 13.
Letter – reporting the death of Dr. Alejandro Velez of Colombia (1931 Nash 890), by Bob Sohl (#13), p. 14.
Letter – proposal to form a "Kenosha Built Cars" club, by Fred Bartz, p. 15.
Letter – expressing objections to congressonal proposal to ban regular gas, by Ken Metwig, p. 15.
Nash Collectibles, by T. L. Ary (#3783), p. 15.
Memorial: Conrad Honsey, by John Munro (#644), p. 18.
Letter – regarding the Dyna-Flyte Distributor Plate, with copy of literature, by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 18.
Nashing in Australia, by Derek Pritchard (#410), p. 21.
Found - The Last Rebel!!! (serial number F-2500), by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 22.
New Column will Explore Joys of the Automobile, by Rick Norcross (#3030), p. 27.
Our Nashful Rambler (introducing series of articles by Rick Norcross), by Rick Norcross (#3030), p. 27.
Didja Know? – 1909 Rambler Suburban the first to carry a spare tire mounted on a wheel, by Vic Smith, p. 29.
Reproduction of a List of Tools, Equipment and Accessories for Nash Models 1918-1933, by Nash Motors, p. 29.

Volume 15, No. 3 – May-June 1984
Cover Photo: First Place Winners in the Chandler, Arizona Spring Festival Parade.
Notes from Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
Cartoon Strip, p. 2.
Renew or Not To Renew, p. 3.
St. Pat's Parade, by Jim Dunkel (#1726), p. 3.
Calendar of Events, p. 4.
Greater Northland Second Annual Winter Banquet, by Denise Richter (#2583), p. 5.
1951 Nash Video Tape "The Story of Airflyte Construction" in club library, p. 5.
Letter – Nash Quad Truck in Colorado, by Randy Guccini (#3223), p. 6.
Letter – 1950 Statesman, by Fred Steele, p. 6.
Letter – Photo of Nash with Nash billboard in background, by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 7.
Niagara Frontier Region Fall Meet, by Dave Schaap (and Fran Keem), p. 9.
Candidate Profiles: Paul Cushing, Paul Gramlich, Darrell Stumpf, Neil Black, Sieg Wroebel, Larry Blatt, p. 10.
Nash-Healey Car Club 1984 National Meet, p. 13.
"Old Cars Week" proclaimed in California, p. 14.
Letter – A custom built 1979 Nash 4 x 4, by Nick Nichols, p. 15.
A Few of the Listings in Floyd's Interchange Book, p. 16.
Florida State Fair – Entertainer Rick Norcross and his Nash Collection, p. 16.
NorCal Region Trip, p. 17.
NCCA Advisors – 1929 Oil Plug Chart, by Dennis McAllister (#188), p. 19.
NCCA Advisors – 1924 Nash Valves, by Robert Nelson (#220), p. 19.
NCCA Advisors – Repair & Restoration Tips: starting hard to reach bolts, bending tubing with a pully, radiator cap tool tray, freeing siezed wheel cylinders, by George Koehler (#861), p. 20.
NCCA Advisors – Rebuilding Your Overdrive, by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 20.
1984 Grand NASHional Meet, p. 21.
New England Nash Bash (also known as the 1984 Nashional Meet), by Steve Rugens (#3395), p. 23.
1984 Western NASHional Meet, p. 24.
1984 Central NASHional Meet, by Mary Ann Havekost, p. 24.
Car Restoration at Western Nashional (lecture to be given), p. 25.
A Decade Of Friendship and Remembrance: LI-NY Metro Region, by Irene C. Allan, p. 26.
NCCA Crossword Puzzle #3, by Wim Bloemendahl (#283), p. 27.
Letter – 1957 Nash Featured in Life Magazine, by Bud Hiler, p. 30.
N. E. Wahlberg (Nash Vice President of Engineering), p. 33.
The Saguaro Region Loves A Parade! (with photos), by John Munro (#644), p. 34.
A New '29 Special Six - Miniature created by Horst Vormbrock, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 37.

Volume 15, No. 2 – March-April 1984
Cover Image: 1947 Nash billboard advertisement.
Notes from the Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 4.
My Discovery (1935 Nash LaFayette Coupe), by Barbara and Anthony Conte, p. 5.
The Old Heap's Still a Comfort, by Joe Firman, p. 6. Contributed by A. Barauskas.
An Analysis of a Restoration (1928 Special 2 dr.), by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 7.
So-Cal Chili Feed, by Bill Archer (#298), p. 12.
1984 Grand NASHional Meet & Update, by Steve Rugens (#3395), p. 13.
NCCA Crossword Puzzle #2, by Don Schuler (#3613), p. 14.
Letter – 1937 Nash found in ravine in Wyoming, by Harry Channell, p. 16.
Society of Automotive Historians: Elects John A. Conde President, p. 16.
"Nash Can" (cartoon strip), p. 17.
Camping Anyone? (Article "Folding Dressing Room Fits on Car"), by Richard Miller (#114), p. 17. Contributed by Richard Miller.
1984 Grand NASHional Meet, Vernon, Connecticut, p. 18.
1984 Central NASHional Meet, by Brent Havekost (#3348), p. 19.
Attention! (Club library has VHS video entitled "The Story of Airflyte Construction", p. 20.
Quad in England, p. 21.
An Anniversary - 10 Years of TNT (edited by Betty and Bob Dworschack), p. 21.
Lecture on Nash Six Chassis (January 17, 1920), by Mr. Rose (Nash Motors Company), p. 22. Contributed by David Powers.
400 Series From 1930 (reproduction of promotional material), by Nash Motors, p. 26. Contributed by Mike Hakler.
Didja Know? – 1951 Nashes for export had uniscope, by Graham Allum, p. 29.
Letter – writer seeks information on door hardware mounting for 1926 Model 263, by Randy Guccini (#3223), p. 32.
Letter – List of Nashes for sale in Canada, by Chris Whillans (#4010), p. 32.
Alemite Automatic Chassis Lubricating System - Nash Single Six (continuation of reproduced promotional material), by Nash Motors, p. 32. Contributed by Mike Hakler.
NCCA Advisors – 1930 Nash Single Six, by David Coe (#172), p. 33.
Letter – writer laments need to sell trusty Nash, by William S. Cannon (#2680), p. 33.
Dangerous driving practices, illustrated with 1920's vehicles, followed by an advertisement for a Stockholm Nash Dealer, p. 34. Contributed by Jim Dworschack.
The Historic Trails Region, by Glenn Schroeder (#2393), p. 34.
NCCA Crossword Puzzle Solution, p. 35.

Volume 15, No. 1 – January-February 1984
Cover Photo: Nash "400" Twin Ignition Eight.
Notes from the Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
"Nash Can" (cartoon strip), p. 3.
1984 Grand NASHional Meet, Vernon, CT, p. 3.
New Region - Historic Trails (Kansas-Missouri), by Glenn Schroeder (#2393), p. 4.
Letter – parts wanted and offered, by John Butler, p. 5.
Letter – 1935 Nash Advance Six Victoria, by Doug Collins (#4118), p. 6.
Letter – 1954 Nash sales folder, by Dick Harold III (#3732), p. 7.
Technical Question: Seeking information about engine paint colors, by Ralph Stumpf, p. 8.
Letter – photos of Nash car and stake bed truck, by Jim Bracewell (#3756), p. 9.
Old Cars Roar Again - On the Great American Race, p. 9.
Membership's Golden Opportunity: NCCA 1984 Elections, by Paul W. Gramlich (#95, Vice President), p. 10.
Shop Forman's Letter #146: "400" Series Shock Absorber Adjustment (November 23, 1928), p. 11.
Shop Forman's Letter #196: Stolen Cars (June 4, 1929), by Nash Motors, p. 11.
Interchange Book, by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 12.
Letter – Identification of cars in a photograph, by C. K. Jacobs (#2735), p. 13.
Upper Mississippi River Region, by Darrell Stumpf, p. 14.
Road Assistance – requests address and phone numbers for members offering road assistance, p. 15.
Didja Know? – Hudson and Nashua, New Hampshire, by Doug Carrier, p. 15.
NCCA Crossword Puzzle, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 16.
1984 Central NASHional Meet, Monroe, MI, by Brent Havekost (#3348), p. 17.
Nor-Cal Tenth Anniversary Celebration, by Mike Zampiceni (#1048), p. 18.
1949 Nash Wrecker at A.W. Hays Antique Truck Museum (Woodland, CA), p. 20.
Stored Winters, Low Miles, One Owner, by Lee Eichmann, p. 21.
Northeast Regional Fall Meet, by Dave McMorran, p. 22.
NCCA Crossword Puzzle Solution, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 25.
Letter – Old photo of Jeffery, by John Munro (#644), p. 26.
Memorial: Ken Geiman passes away, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 26.
A Rose By Any Other Name Would Be A Rambler, by Kit Foster (#3126), p. 27.
They Love Those Old Nashes, by Bruce Williams, p. 29. Contributed by Ralph Stumpf.
The Restorer's Dictionary (humor), by Vince Ruffolo (#30), p. 31.
NCCA Advisors – Exhaust System Reproduction Source, by Bruce Sheaffer, Jr., p. 32.
Research a Book – Francis Swygert seeks materials for a book on the Rambler, p. 32.
Causes of Engine Misfiring, p. 33.

Volume 14, No. 6 – November-December 1983
Cover Photo: 1929 Nash 425, Don and Cheryl Reid.
Notes from the Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Cartoon: "Nash Can", p. 3.
So-Cal's Cookbook, by Minnie Archer (#298), p. 3.
1983 Eastern NASHional Meet (with photos), by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 4.
The Saguaro Region Lives!, by John Munro (#644), p. 7.
Nashing in British Columbia, Canada (with photos), by Don Reid (#3580), p. 8.
Club Jacket Program, by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 9.
NCCA Advisors – 1929 Nash Frame Numbers, by Dennis McAllister (#188), p. 10.
NCCA Advisors – Molding Parts with Urethane Rubber (1930 Nash Single Six), by David Coe (#172), p. 11.
NCCA Advisors – 1932 980 models, by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 11.
1984 Grand NASHional Report, by Steve Rugens (#3395), p. 12.
NCCA Advisors – More on Shot Pot Metal (manifold heat riser dash handle bracket, 1929-30 Nash OHV), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 12.
Cars and Parts Annual (publication), p. 12.
1935-36 Nashes (register in roster), by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 13.
Niagara Frontier Region "Spring Meet" June 5, 1983, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 13.
Greater Northland Tours to Duluth, Minnesota, by Curt Larson, p. 14.
Greater Northland's Tour to Historic Mantorville, MN, by Denise Richter (#2583), p. 15.
Nash-talgia Calendar, by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 15.
Reproduction Program (1940 parking light lens), p. 15.
George's Truck Stop (on early Rambler, Jeffery and Nash trucks), by George E. Orwig II, p. 16.
Final Summary of Cars Scheduled for Building - 5100 Series, by Nash Motors, p. 28. Contributed by Bob Aaron.
"Old Blue" (1950 Statesman), by John Munro (#644), p. 29.

Volume 14, No. 5 – September-October 1983
Cover Photo: Don Loper's 1946 Nash Pickup just as he found it!.
Western NASHional at Park City.
Personal View of Western NASHional, by Connie Graeber (#81).
Notes from the Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
Second Annual Family Picnic Held, by David and Denise Richter (#2583), p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
"Nash Can" (cartoon), p. 3.
1983 Grand NASHional Homecoming Meet (with photos), by Karen Ailsworth, p. 4.
Saga of the First Nash Ramble (poem, with photos), by Rolland Becker, p. 10.
Upper Mississippi River Region, by Darrell Stumpf, p. 12.
So Cal's Cookbook, p. 13.
Notes from Eastern Division Director, by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 13.
1983 Grand NASHional, by Bill & Minnie Archer (#298), p. 14.
About Those Torque Tube Trunnions, by Jim Saicheck, p. 15.
Park City '83 Western NASHional Stresses Fun, Happiness & Entertainment (with photos), by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 16.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award (Dave & Denise Richter), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 20.
Letter – thanks for TBJ award and club fellowship, by Denise Richter (#2583), p. 21.
Erie Shores Regional (with photos), by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 21.
How Many Are There? (1951 Nash cars in the club), by Mike Fritch (#2737), p. 23.
Correction on kit numbers for trunnions and frame bushings, by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 24.
Brian Johnson Crosses Finish Line, by Bobbie Slining, p. 24. Contributed by Ken Scherer.
Letter – Special Interest Autos for October 1982 will feature a 1935 LaFayette, by Arch Brown (#1669), p. 24.
Where'd You Ever Get That Truck? (1946 Nash Pickup), by Don Loper (#128), p. 25.
Upper Mississippi River (Hosted Grand NASHional), by Darrell Stumpf, p. 27.
Stan Cuts A Dash in His Nash, p. 28.
The New Rambler Carriage, p. 29.

Volume 14, No. 4 – July-August 1983
Cover Image: 1947 Billboard "I'd get myself a Nash".
From the President's Desk, by Neil Black (#388), p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Cartoon: "Nash Can", p. 3.
Results of the 1993 Elections, p. 3.
First Nash Ramble, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 3.
Treasurer's Annual Report, p. 4.
Newspaper story about a Rambler and other cars being used to divert flooding river, by Cynthia Rose Gilchrist (Tribune Staff Writer), p. 6. Contributed by Paul Cushing.
Congratulations to Nor-Cal Region, by Gordon & Carolyn McGregor (and Connie Graeber), p. 6.
A Tip from the Old Rambler (merits of silicon), p. 7.
Four bulletins regarding Nash vehicles stolen or in arrears on payments in 1936 and 1937, by Nash Motors, p. 8.
Nash-Kelvinator, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 10. Contributed by Jim Dworschack (#1).
NCCA Advisors – upper A-frame bushing and trunnion kits, by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 14.
NCCA Advisors – Reflector Type Head Light Problems, by Glenn Schroeder (#2393), p. 14.
Service and Parts Managers' Letter #89, May 34, 1935 – 3640 Series Service Suggestions, by Nash Motors, p. 15. Contributed by Vince Ruffolo.
NCCA Advisors – Letter dated 17 May 1957 regarding Nash-Healey LeMans dampers and central accelerator pedal, by Donald Healey Motor Co., p. 15. Contributed by Michael Feingold (#1398).
1983 Eastern NASHional, p. 17.
Book Review: Cars for Kids, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 18.
Letter – On a 1949 600 and a 1958 Metropolitan, plus a drawing of a "modified" Nash, by Hal Trick (#3964), p. 20.
1935 and 1936 Nash Register (with drawings of 1934-36 fender skirts and hub caps), by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 21.
Letter – 1930 Nash Hearse, by David Brady (#2783), p. 23.
California Statewide Meet, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 25.
Letter – Special Lady (and her 1956 Nash Ambassador), by C. Frank Teague (#3456), p. 27.
Attention Members in VA, NC and SC and GA, by C. Frank Teague (#3456), p. 28.
Parts Reproduction Program (Poll Results), by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 28.
NCCA Parts Reproduction Report and List (1929-1957), by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 29.
Members in Virginia (DMV brochure "Classic Plates for Classic Cars"), p. 30.
Start Your Engines, Gentlemen and Ladies (Nash Rambler Tour), p. 31.
Deadlines for TNT and Marketplace, p. 31.
Letter – in praise of The Nash Times, p. 31.
Nashin' (1929 425 Coupe), by Don Reid (#3580), p. 32.
Brian Johnson Participates in “Great American Race”, by Bobbie Slining, p. 34. Contributed by Ken Scherer.
Service Parts List, 1952-54 Nash-Healey 762 Series Switches for Distributor and Built-in Takeoffs, by Stewart-Warner Corporation, p. 36. Contributed by Michael Feingold (#1398).
Nash-Healey Experimental Engine, by A. C. Sampietro, p. 37. Contributed by Michael Feingold (#1398).

Volume 14, No. 3 – May-June 1983
Cover Image: Advertisement ("Like father like son . . Nash").
From the President's Desk, by Neil Black (#388), p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Cartoon "Nash Can", p. 3.
NCCA Jacket, by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 4.
Letter – Metropolitan on pole in Lebanon, PA, by Helen Sklar, p. 5.
Eastern Washington - Idaho, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
Letter – article regarding story of the search for the oldest Nash, p. 6. Contributed by Arch Brown (#1669).
Greater Northland Region, by Curt Larson, p. 6.
Stump Puller to Highway Cruiser (ring and pinion gear sets), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 7.
So-Cal's Cookbook, p. 7.
Candidate Profiles: Jim Dworschack (#1), Sue Larson, Gordon McGregor (#49), Larry Daum (#1901) and Bernie Turco (#80), p. 8.
Nash-Healey Car Club 1983 National Meet, p. 9.
VIP Treatment Offered to All at Park City Western NASHional, p. 11.
Introduction – Pros and Cons for NCCA Recognition of 1958-60 Rambler Americans – Background for Poll of Membership, p. 12.
Turlock Meet, January 29, 1983, by Dennis McAllister (#188), p. 13.
Upper Mississippi River Region, p. 14.
Sentinel Files - From 125, 100, 75, 50. 25 and 10 years ago (Rambler purchased for sheriff's office in 1908), p. 15. Contributed by Darrell Stumpf.
1983 Grand NASHional Homecoming Meet - Program, p. 16.
1983 Nash Ramble, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 16.
Wanted – NCCA Salesperson/s, p. 18.
San Diego Weekend, by Neil Black (#388), p. 19.
New York Metropolitan and Long Island Region, by Walter M. Gramlich (#2364), p. 20.
1983 Eastern NASHional Meet - Rochester, NY, p. 23.
NCCA Advisors – 1932 970 Fuel and Water Gauges, by Mike Larsen (#8), p. 24.
NCCA Advisors – Where Are the'29's? (frame numbers and 1929 membership), by Dennis McAllister (#188), p. 25.
UMVR's Logo (Upper Mississipi River Region), by Darrell Stumpf, p. 26.
NCCA Advisors – Distributor Bushings (1930 Single Six), by David Coe (#172), p. 26.
Repair Paint for Nash Service Trucks, with price list for standard equipment and options (Service Letter #49-D-33, May 19, 1949), by Nash Motors, p. 27. Contributed by Ken Havekost.
Chili Again?, by Greg Fago (#1440), p. 29.
Western Division: A flurry of Activities for You to Participate In, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 30.
Bonneville's Challenge, p. 31.
Southern California Region Celebrates Its 7th Anniversary, by Chuck Chappel (#1661), p. 32.
Erie Shores Region, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 33.
Nash-Healey Meet, p. 33.
1946 Nash Suburban (with drawing), by Tad Burness (Auto Album), p. 34.
Attention All Members in Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, and N.E. Nevada, p. 35.

Volume 14, No. 2 – March-April 1983
Cover Image: 1947 Advertisement ("He'll only chase a Nash").
From the President's Desk, by Neil Black (#388), p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
F-L-A-S-H – The '83 Western NASHional, p. 3.
1983 Grand NASHional Homecoming Meet Update, p. 3.
Annual California Statewide Meet, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 4.
1982 Roster (has been mailed), p. 4.
Would You Like a Large Club Logo Sign???, p. 5.
Nash Car Club Cook Book, p. 5.
Notes from the Eastern Division Director, by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 6.
Charlie Nash, You're a Classic (Classic Car Club recognizes 1932-33 Nashes), by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 6.
Cartoon: "Nash Can", p. 7.
Take Your Pen in Hand (and contribute to The Nash Times), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 7.
A Ride in a "Super" Nash Super (1953 Statesman), by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 8.
Letter – restoring a 1930 486 Roadster and a 1929 Coupe, by Jim Dunkel (#1726), p. 10.
Letter – American Motors Family Meet, by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 10.
Carlisle-Hershey Report (with photos), by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 11.
The 1,000,000th Nash (and prize awarded to oldest Nash on the road), by David Powers (#2408), p. 14.
Mid-Atlantic Region: The Brown's "Open Garage" Meet (with photos), p. 17.
NCCA Parts Reproduction Program, by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 19.
1983 Eastern NASHional Meet, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 20.
My 1948 "600" Club Coupe, by Doug Carriet, p. 21.
New NASHionality Cap A Hit, by Bill Bingner (#3430), p. 22.
Attention Arizona Members (Saguaro Region), by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 22.
NCCA Advisors – Comparative Prices of Nash-Healey and Ambassador Body Parts and Panels in 1956, by Michael Feingold (#1398), p. 24.
Nash-Healey Coupe Production Figures for 1953-1954, by Michael Feingold (#1398), p. 25.
North and South Dakota Members, p. 26.
Nash Tools (information sought), p. 26.
Great Northland Region Solicits Membership, p. 26.
Historic Alaska Funeral Car Resurrected (1929 Miller-Nash Hearse), by Janice Weiss, p. 27. Contributed by Floyd Edgington.
Nash-Kelvinator, p. 28. Contributed by Jim Dworschack (#1).
Oh-Oh! (photos misplaced in Jan-Feb TNT), p. 28.
Revising the Rambler (Improved maneuverability of '52-'54 Models Results from Front End Operation, by Bill Moreland, p. 31. Contributed by Don Cory.
Ad for a Standard Service Coat for Nash Service Men, by Janesville Cloathing Company, p. 33.
Pain Is Good – or – Somebody Please Send the IRS? (humor about rusty nuts), by Randy Guccini (#3223), p. 34.

Volume 14, No. 1 – January-February 1983
Cover Image: 1947 billboard ("Now smile . . . like you owned a Nash").
From the President's Desk, p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Central Division News, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 3.
1929 Special Six Reconstruction (a model being built by Horst Vormbrock), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 3.
Letter – dealership memories, by Dick Harold (#3732), p. 5.
Cartoon: "Nash Can", p. 7.
Technical Tip – How to Make a Correct Reading on Vacuum Gauge, by Gary Kielisch (#1804), p. 8.
Grand NASHional Homecoming Meet, by Dick Karmann (#2191), p. 9.
Upper Mississippi River Region, by Darrell Stumpf, p. 10.
Emergency Repair for Rusted Door Hinges of Old Automobiles, by Robert E. Damm, p. 10.
Membership's Golden Opportunity - NCCA 1983 Election, by Paul W. Gramlich (#95), p. 11.
NORCAL Region's Sweetwood Meet Report, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 12.
Don't Forget (birthdays of Charles W. Nash on January 28 and Thomas B. Jeffery on February 5), p. 13.
New Members (invited to write for The Nash Times), p. 14.
Winter Banquet Planned for Northland Region, p. 14.
NCCA Advisors – Part Number Information for common 1950-52 Rambler Parts, by Jim Paradiso (#1530), p. 14.
NCCA Advisors – Nash-Healey spark plug choices, by Michael Feingold (#1398), p. 15.
Nash-Healey debut sales sheet, by Donald Healey Motor Co., p. 15. Contributed by Michael Feingold (#1398).
Repair of Nash-Healey Overdrive, by Michael Feingold (#1398), p. 16.
Photo of Nash Tower at 1934 Chicago World's Fair, p. 18. Contributed by John Hughes.
Old photo of 1904 Rambler, p. 19.
Letter – 1927 Nash Special Six needing parts, by Bob (Francis) Briggs (#3891), p. 19.
Focusing on '83 Western NASHional, by Paul Cusing, p. 20.
Invitation (to American Motors Family Meet), p. 21.
Rear Deck Antenna (1957 Rebel), by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 22.
Road Test No. 4/51 (1951 Rambler), p. 24. Contributed by Charles Wells.
The Nash Rambler Saloon, p. 24. Contributed by Charles Wells.
Acid Pickling - How to Use Chemicals to Remove Rust from Iron and Steel, p. 27.
Trivia and More (1939 Studebaker stunt, average price of 1932 cars, device to test compression, sale of closed cars 1919-1927), p. 30.

Volume 13, No. 6 – November-December 1982
Cover Photo: 1927 Adv Six Touring Model 271.
From the President's Desk, by Neil Black (#388), p. 1.
Fender Covers, p. 2.
This 'n That from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
Notice - All Members (dues increase), p. 3.
The Nash That Went to Snowmass (1954 Nash-Healey), by Bill Emerson, p. 3.
Letter – story of a 1929 Nash 467 Advanced Six, by Jon Haydon (#2165), p. 5.
Calendar of Events, p. 5.
1927 Nash Advanced Six, by John Koziol (#86), p. 6.
1982 Summer Meet - Niagara Frontier Region, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 7.
Upper Mississippi River Region, p. 7.
1982 Eastern NASHional Meet - Hosted by New York Metro and Long Island Region (with photos), by Walter M. Gramlich (#2364), p. 8.
Christmas in July? At 1983 Western NASHional Meet, p. 11.
1983 Eastern NASHional Meet at Rochester, NY, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 11.
Greater Northland Hosts Two Summer Meets, by Curt Larson, p. 13.
NCCA Advisors – Pines Automatic Shutter Control (1930 Nash 450), by David Coe (#172), p. 14.
NCCA Advisors – Driveshaft Removal and Replacement (1950-52 Rambler), by Jim Paradiso (#1530), p. 15.
Attention – NCCA Members! (send cards to hospitalized Floyd Edgington), p. 15.
NCCA Advisors – Bolts, Rivets, Machine, Wood and Sheet Metal Screws (1929 Nash), by Dennis McAllister (#188), p. 16.
Shop Ideas of the Month - Slide Hammer, by Orest Lazaeowich, p. 19.
Cranked Up On The Road Back, by Max Fatchen, p. 20. Contributed by Derek Pritchard.
I Drove My Antique on Gasahol, by Bill Cannon, p. 22.
Drawing of a 1936 Nash Ambassdor 6 noting distinctive features, by Tad Burness (Auto Album), p. 27.
Cartoon: "Nash Can", p. 27.
Nash Papers in Holland (advertisements for or featuring Nash), by Wim Bloemendahl (#283), p. 28.

Volume 13, No. 5 – September-October 1982
Cover Photo: 1951 Nash Model 5021 Rambler Convertible, Sam MacBeth.
From the President's Desk, by Neil Black (#388), p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Attention New Subscribers to Special Interest Autos and Hemmings, p. 2.
'83 Western NASHional - Park City, Utah, p. 3.
This 'n That from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
Letter – confusion surrounding 1936 Nash 400 and deluxe 400 Models 3640 and 3648, by Charles C. Wells, p. 4.
Letter – Key ring "10 Point Select Nash Dealer" "Second Annual Award 1948", by John Emory (#1580), p. 4.
Letter – 1949 Nash Super 600 for sale, by C. K. Jacobs (#2735), p. 5.
Letter – on the 1936 3640 series Nashes, by Lew Cartwright (#3777), p. 5.
Letter – appreciation of the 1982 Grand Nashional, by Jim Harker, p. 6.
Iola 1982 Car Show and Swap Meet, by Darrell Stumpf, p. 7.
Dworschack's Campout, by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 7.
Was Nine Enough? (memories of cars owned), by Kenneth Scherer (#1015), p. 8.
Didja Know??? (Ford truck grey paint good match for Nash engine), by Larry R. Daum (#1901), p. 8.
Erie Shores Region, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 9.
News from the Eastern Division Director, by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 10.
1982 Spring Meet - Niagara Frontier Region, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 11.
1982 Grand NASHional a Spectacular Success (with photos), by Arch Brown (#1669), p. 12.
New Arizona Region Being Formed, by Gary Jeffers (#1409), p. 16.
NCCA Advisors – Closed Roof and Gutter Installation (1930 Nash 450), by David Coe (#172), p. 17.
NCCA Advisors – Couple of Gas Mileage Problems (1950-52 Rambler), by Jim Paradiso (#1530), p. 17.
NCCA Advisors – Nash Synchro-shift Transmission (1932 Nash 980 and 1080), by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 19.
Humor: NCCA presidency compared to spark timing, p. 19.
Getting A Job Done - Whether Baking Bread Or Building Trucks (factory worker's memory of C. W. Nash), by Dolores S Neitzel, p. 20. Contributed by Jim Paradiso.
NCCA Advisors – Bolts and Screws (1929 Nash), by Dennis McAllister (#188), p. 22.
They Took to the Road and Found Mud, p. 27.
Southwest Regional News, p. 28.
Nash Brings High Bid at Auction (1930 Nash Model 494), by Randy Guccini (#3223), p. 30.
Continental Road Test No. 3c/49 - The 1949 Nash 600 Super Airflyte 4-door sedan, p. 31. Contributed by Charles Wells.
Great Oaks from Little Acorns (photo of 1904 Rambler; early history of Rambler, Jeffery and Nash), p. 34.

Volume 13, No. 4 – July-August 1982
Cover Photo: 1929 440 Special Six.
From the President's Desk, by Neil Black (#388), p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
1982 Election Results, p. 3.
This 'n' That from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
Nash Parts Reproduction Reply and Survey, by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 4.
Parts Reproduction Guidelines, p. 4.
Help! (for Club sales at Grand Nashional), p. 5.
More Info on 1936 Nash and LaFayette (3640, 3640A, 3648, 3648A and 3610 Models), by Bill Torsch (#2145), p. 6.
A Consideration of Philosophy (which car to drive?), by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 6.
Upper Mississippi Valley Region, by Darrell Stumpf, p. 7.
Reminiscing about Nashing, by Bob Lawrence (#3381), p. 7.
Treasurer's Annual Report, by Skip Larson (Treasurer), p. 10.
"Birth" Announcement!! (1957 Hudson Hornet), by John Emory (#1580), p. 11.
Greater Northland Region Starts 1982 Season, by Curt Larson, p. 12.
History of a 322 (1928 Cabriolet), by M. H. Downer, p. 12.
Knuckle Bust'n - with Roger Bishop (Bolts, Screws, Washers, Nuts), p. 12.
"Before and After" - a Restoring of a Piece of Junk (1929 440 Special Six), by Kent Agdestein, p. 15.
Nash Museum (on starting one), by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 18.
Letter – 1923 Nash Advanced Dix, by Randy Guccini (#3223), p. 19.
Letter – Dealership and racing memories, by George Stickel, p. 21.
1951 Nash Ambassador Wins Stock Car Marathon, p. 21. Contributed by George Stickel.
Letter – source for windshield and window rubber, by Bill Hodous, p. 22.
Letter – Nash activities in Ohio, by Roger L. Miller (#1808), p. 23.
NCCA Advisors – Restoring Those Anodized Aluminum Panels (1957 Rebel), by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 23.
NCCA Advisors – Vacuum Tanks (1928 Special Six), by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 25.
NCCA Advisors – Delco Ignition / Transmission Lock (1930 Nash 450), by David Doe (#172), p. 28.
How To Go To A Flea Market, by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 29.
Advertisement ("Take Your First Sound-Proofed Ride", p. 31.
Nash-Healey Owners (meet), p. 33.
The Jeffery Quad, by Diane M. Giles, p. 33.

Volume 13, No. 3 – May-June 1982
Cover Photo: 1911 Rambler Four Cylinder Touring.
From the President's Desk, by Neil Black (#388), p. 1.
Attention – Arizona Members, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
This 'n' That from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
Candidate Profiles: Paul Gramlich (#95), Sieg Wroebel (#595), Mike Larsen (#8), Larry Blatt #1396), Richard Fergusen (#731) and Connie Graeber (#80), p. 4.
1982 Grand NASHIonal Meet - Fullerton, CA, p. 8.
Letter – 1933 Sport Coupe, by Bill Torsch (#2145), p. 9.
Letter – 1948 Nash, by Don McNeive, p. 9.
Letter – 1927 Nash in Sacramento, by Ronald Goularte, p. 10.
Letter – writer seeks convertible, by David Riley, p. 10.
Letter – 1941 Nash 600 Model 4148, by Tom Lambrecht (#1766), p. 11.
Nash Meet in Sweden, by Kent Agdestein, p. 12.
Upper Mississippi Valley Region News, by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 12.
Wasatch Mountains Region News, by Paul Cushing, p. 13.
1935-36 Nash Restoration Clinic and Seminar, p. 14.
Greater Northland is Formed in Minnesota, by Dave & Denise Richter (#2583), p. 15.
Southwestern Region News, p. 16.
Attention Met Owners (Metropolitan Pit Stop), p. 16.
Greater Northland Region Holds Second Meeting, by Curt Larson, p. 16.
Record Turnout for Orphan Car Meet, by Mike Zampiceni (#1048), p. 17.
NCCA Advisors – Replacement Parts for 1935 LaFayette, by Ed Pariseau (#1011), p. 19.
NCCA Advisors – Carburetor and Power Brakes for 1957 models, by Frank Wintsch (#3283), p. 20.
NCCA Advisors – 1936 Model System, by Bill Torsch (#2145), p. 21.
NCCA Advisors – AMC Parts Managers' Newsletters (January 1982) Parts Catalogs for AMC/JeepVintage Vehicles 1946-57, by American Motors, p. 21. Contributed by Michael Feingold (#1398).
NCCA Advisors – Parts Service for Master Cylinders, by Louis LoManto (#1319), p. 22.
NCCA Advisors – Brake Shoes for 1941-57, by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 22.
So-Cal News, by Neil Black (#388), p. 23.
San Diego Big 3 Swap Meet and Tour of Sights, by Dan Dooley (#1886), p. 23.
Southern California Region's 6th Anniversary, by Phil Parent (#348), p. 23.
Taking Good Pictures of Cars, by Ed Romney (#3493), p. 25.
Common Sense Helps with Clutch Maintenance, p. 26.
Jim Jams and His Jababout (poem), by Floyd Clymer, p. 27.
The Ajax was a Nash, by Floyd Clymer, p. 28.
The Well-Equipped Motorist, p. 29.
Dust Guards and Gas Masks, p. 30.
Milady's Fashions, p. 31.

Volume 13, No. 2 – March-April 1982
Cover Photo: 1955/56 Nash Ambassador Prototype, Lee Bortmas.
Letter – writer seeks solution for 1937 LaFayette that throws hubcaps, by Dennis McCargar (#2330), p. 1.
From the President's Desk, by Neil Black (#388), p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Letter – writing having trouble locating parts for 1929 Special Six, by Ben Guillory, p. 3.
Letter – 1929 470 door handes match early Pinto, by Rick Colwell, p. 3.
This 'n' That from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
Letter – writer urges members to attend meets and show cars, by Ken Fladrich, p. 4.
Letter – 1957 Rebel restoration, by Loren McAfee, p. 5.
A Star Is Born (1926 Nash in movie "Assignment Berlin"), by Nick Nichols, p. 5.
My 1930 Landau Sedan Model 460, by Dennis McCargar (#2330), p. 6.
Memorabilia Sale, p. 7.
Attention – All NCCA Members (elections are coming), by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 8.
Mid-Columbia Region News (with photos), by Mike Larsen (#8), p. 9.
My Old Car Dream Come True (1938 LaFayette), by Ken Fladrich, p. 10.
Nor-Cal Region, by Carolyn McGregor, p. 12.
Nor-Cal Region's Gen-Star Picnic (with photos), by Sharon Bailey, p. 13.
Los Banos Look Alikes Like Nashes, by Mike Zampiceni (#1048), p. 15.
NCCA Advisors – Running Board Construction (1930 Nash 450), by David Coe (#172), p. 17.
NCCA Advisors – Escutcheon Plate Repair (1932 Nash 970), by Mike Larsen (#8), p. 17.
NCCA Advisors – Speed Equipment (Nash-Healey, Ambassador, Statesman & Rambler), by Michael Feingold (#1398), p. 18.
"Made in the U.S.A." (readers admonished to buy domestic products), by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 21.
Nash Territory Available for New Regions in the Southeast, by Paul W. Gramlich (#95), p. 22.
News from Central Division, by Bernie Turco (#80), p. 22.
Letter from Western Director, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 24.
Nash Ambassador Pinin Farina Special (full description of prototype), by Larry R. Daum (#1901), p. 25.
Fighting the Elements, by Ed Romney (#3493), p. 28.
Galvanic Corrosion, by M. K. Harris, p. 30.
Leather Facts - Genuine Auto Leather - The King of Fabrics, by T.W. Peck, p. 32.

Volume 13, No. 1 – January-February 1982
Notes from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
Wasatch Mts. and High Plains Regions - Joint Tour, p. 4.
1982 Elections - Be A Doer Not A Viewer, by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 8.
So-Cal Region Happenings, by Neil Black (#388), p. 9.
NCCA Advisors – Setting Points on Twin Ignition, by L. R. DeWester (#2375), p. 11.
Fortieth Anniversary Celebration, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 12.
The Ammeter Can Be Your Good Friend, by Paul Moller (#4890), p. 19.
Ignition-Distributor Lubrication Adds Power and Performance, by Ed Packer, p. 23.
The Analysis of Engine Noises in Three Parts – Pt. II, p. 25.
License Plates, by Bob Dunham, p. 29.

Volume 12, No. 6 – November-December 1981
Cover Photo: The Ehlers Clan at their '25 Nash Touring.
From the President's Desk, by Neil Black (#388), p. 1.
Cartoon of Nash being used as a bathtub, by V. Macek, p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Canadian Duty on Cars, p. 3.
This 'n' That from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
New York Metro-Long Island Region 5th Invitational Meet (with Photos), by Walter M. Gramlich (#2364), p. 4.
NCCA General Membership Meeting, by Mike Larsen (#8), p. 4.
Letter – restoration of 1933 Nash Ambassador Eight Convertible Sedan Model 1193, by David Currie (#37), p. 6.
Letter – 1950 Nash, by Duane Baumgart, p. 7.
Letter – 1931 Nash Sedan delivery vehicle, by Bill Torsch (#2145), p. 8.
Letter – 1938 LaFayteet, by Bob and Bernadine DeWester, p. 8.
Letter – 1955 Nash Ambassador Super, by Thomas Arbogash (#3421), p. 9.
Grand Nashional Diary – 1981, by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 10.
GRAND NASHional Awards, p. 15.
GRAND NASHional Photos, p. 16.
Progressive Technology as Cyclical Retrogression – Case Study #1: Automobiles and Fuel Mileage, by Steve Kaiser, p. 21.
If You're Stuck In The Mud, p. 25.
The Analysis of Engine Noises - Part 1 of 3, p. 26.
Seventy Thousand Miles in Metropolitans, by Ed Romney (#3493), p. 27.
Letter – 1936 Nash and activities, by Nicholas Nichols, p. 32.
NCCA Sales Items, by Dave & Denise Richter (#2583), p. 33.
NCCA Advisors – Facts about the Interchange Book, by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 33.
NCCA Advisors – Service Bulletins - Hood Ornaments, Rubber Seal for Bumper, by Nash Motors, p. 34. Contributed by Vice Ruffolo (#30).
NCCA Advisors – Tune-Up Specs for 1936 400 and Deluxe 400, by Bill Torsch (#2145), p. 34.

Volume 12, No. 5 – September-October 1981
Cover Image: 1929 Nash Special Six Model 436.
Metropolitan Ad (same image, different text, as ad on p. 34 of this issue), p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Notice (new club sales persons are David and Denise Richter), p. 2.
This 'n' That from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
Letter – Nash-Healey serial no. X7, by Leonard N. McGrady, p. 4.
Letter – 1946 Nash 600, by John Gelles, p. 4.
Letter – 1920 Nash Model 681 in Zimbabwe, by A. W. Wright, p. 6.
Erie Shores Region - Region Meet Goes To The Dogs! (with photos), by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 6.
Southwestern Region News, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 7.
Das Awkscht Fescht (with photos), by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 9.
Mid-Atlantic Region News, by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 11.
Pages from the Past: Nash Club scrapbook, p. 11.
1981 Western NASHional (with photos), by Mike Zampiceni (#1048), p. 12.
Advisors, Inc., by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 15.
Notice to Members (increase in postage costs for club sales items), p. 16.
News from Ohio Area, by Bob Aaron (#38), p. 16.
Squaw Valley Swap Meet and Festival, by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 16.
NCCA Advisors – Formation of Nash-Healey Club (1958-60) with letter from AMC Sales Manager offering cooperation, by Michael Feingold (#1398, Nash-Healey), p. 17.
NCCA Advisors – Nash Grilles in Customizing (Nash Special Custom Models), by Tim Hutchins (#326), p. 18.
Production - Nash-Healey Sports Car (October 22, 1970), by John A. Conde (#60), p. 18.
Auto Engineers Prepare for Era of Fuel Economy, by Ralph R. Watts (#30), p. 19. Contributed by Vince Ruffolo (#30).
Thomas B. Jeffery Award (Connie Graeber), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 21.
Service Bulletin: Directional Signal Operating Lever Fails To Return To The "Off" Position On Slow Turns — 4900 Series, April 4, 1949, by Nash Motors, p. 21.
A Recap of the 1952/55 Farinas (in the Club), by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 22.
Number 3232 and His 1932 (model 960), by Daryl and Jo Michel (#3232), p. 24.
New Sales Item (library file case for The Nash Times, p. 26.
Useful Hints for Car Workers (cleaning spark plugs, starter safety, screw holder, pipe blow-out valve, uses for springs), p. 27. Contributed by Jim Dworschack.
Tips on Making Your Own Gaskets, by Bill Cannon, p. 28.
Motor Road Test No. 25/54 - Metropolitan "Hard Top", p. 34.
Metropolitan Ad (same image, different text, as ad on p. 1 of this issue), p. 34.
Motor Road Test No. 10/56 - Metropolitan Series 1500 Hard-top, p. 35.

Volume 12, No. 4 – July-August 1981
Cover Photo: 1925 Advanced Six Model 161, 5-Passenger Touring.
From the President's Desk, by Neil Black (#388), p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Letter – Source for 1925 ignition and light switch handles, by Herb Rhyner, p. 2.
1936-36 Restoration Clinic and Seminar, p. 3.
1929 Nash Restoration Clinic, p. 3.
This 'n' That from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
Letter – Antique airplane show, by Dennis Smyth (#1466), p. 4.
Nash-Healey Owners (to meet at Grand Nashional), p. 4.
Letter – 1935 LaFayette is restored, by Mike Kleba, p. 5.
Letter – Inquiry about identification of a Nash truck, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 5.
Letter – On Flea Market and Show in Charlotte, North Carolina, by C. K. Jacobs (#2735), p. 6.
Southwestern Regionsl News (with photos), by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 7.
New Utah Region Organized, p. 9.
NCCA Treasurer's Annual Report, by Skip Larson, p. 10.
The Statesman Speaks (on including AMC Ramblers in the NCCA), by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 11.
Nashin' Across the Ocean, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 12.
Restoring the "Parts Car" (1925 Nash Touring 5 Passenger, with photos), by J. & C. Harker, p. 17.
Western Nashional Schedule, p. 20.
1981 Grand Nashional, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, p. 21.
Friendship Day Report, by Mike Zampiceni (#1048), p. 22.
California Statewide Meet, p. 23.
Nash-Healey Owners (to meet at Grand Nashional), p. 24.
NCCA Advisors – Steering Gear Box, Alemite Lubricator, Gutter, Moldings ('30 Nash Single Six), by David Coe (#172), p. 25.
NCCA Advisors – Voltage Regulator Sticking, by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 25.
NCCA Advisors – Oil Pressure Sending Unit ('37-8 all models), by R. R. DeWester (#2375), p. 25.
NCCA Advisors – 1937 LaFayette Transmission Seal, by Glenn Schroeder (#2393), p. 26.
Attention Members - Western Division States, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 26.
The Hash Story (1955-57 Hudson), by John O'Halloran (#1526), p. 27.
Hudson Advertisements, p. 32.
Open House in Alameda (Sieg Wroebel), p. 34.

Volume 12, No. 3 – May-June 1981
Problem Clinic - '55 Ambassador Tredalvac Brakes, by R. Norfleet, p. 2.
Notes from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
Letter to the Editors, by Stan Lasell, p. 5.
Candidate Profiles: Neil Black, Skip Larson, Bernie Turco, p. 6.
Oddies But Goodies Show Attracts 75 Cars, p. 7.
Ambassador, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 9.
“Kari”, by Dave & Denise Richter (#2583), p. 12.
A Rambler Report, by David Knowles (#623), p. 13.
Southwestern Region News, p. 15.
A 31-Year Affair, by Kenneth Scherer (#1015), p. 16.
NCCA Advisors – Convertible Twin Beds, by Vince Ruffolo (#30), p. 23.
NCCA Advisors – Model Number, Running Boards, Horn Button, Carb, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 24.
NCCA Advisors – Metro Brakes, by David Austin (#1058, Metropolitan), p. 26.
1950-52 Rambler Parts Guide, by Jim Paradiso (#1530), p. 27.
Engine tune-up & Trouble Shooting - Engine Misfiring, p. 30.
Distributor Overhaul, p. 32.
Nash Vacuum Operated Gear Shifter, p. 34.

Volume 12, No. 2 – March-April 1981
Cover Photo: 1935 Nash Ambassador.
From the President's Desk, by Neil Black (#388), p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
1980 Roster Update, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 3.
NCCA General Elections, by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 3.
This 'n' That from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
Interested in Starting a New Region?, by Paul W. Gramlich (#95), p. 4.
Problem Clinic - Metro Brake Difficulties, by Phillip Poburka, p. 5.
1981 Western NASHional, p. 5.
Didja Know? (Greatest number of TNT issues mailed in Jan-Feb 1981), p. 6.
Mid-Atlantic Region Joins Das Awkscht Fescht (with photos), by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 6.
More Info on “The Story of Nameplates” (Nash appears on 1958 Ambassador nameplates), p. 7.
Western Division News, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 8.
Our '29 Nash Standard Six, by Robert Harrison, p. 9.
1937 LaFayette, by Glenn & Ruth Schroeder (#2393), p. 12.
Mississippi Valley Region (with photos), p. 13.
How I Became A Nash Owner, by Kemp B. Hobbs (#2607), p. 14.
Southwestern Region News, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 15.
News from Nor-Cal, by Rich Fergusen, p. 16.
Letter – 1928 Nash Series 330 Special Six, by Ray and Dolores Harmer (#3328), p. 17.
Letter – Nashes in Alberta Pioneer Car Club, by Jack Chalmers (#2999), p. 18.
Letter – TNT editors win Old Cars Weekly Golden Quill Award, by C.E. Thomas (#1003), p. 18.
1935 Nash Ambassador (Cover Story), by Jack Chalmers (#2999), p. 18.
Old Car Weekly Golden Quill Award (presented to The Nash Times), p. 20.
NCCA Advisors – Brakes ('31 Nash 660), by Gerald R. Wolfe (#2602), p. 22.
NCCA Advisors – Replacements for Obsolete Tires (1950-55 Rambler), by Louis LoManto (#1319), p. 24.
NCCA Advisors – Oil Pan Tips for 1951 Statesman Series 51-40, by Donald D. Mathis (#673), p. 24.
NCCA Advisors – Water Jacket ('37 LaFayette), by Glenn Schroeder (#2393), p. 25.
NCCA Advisors – How to Check Voltage Drop & Hard Starting with Voltmeter, by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 25.
My Missouri '55 Statesman, by Ed DuPart, p. 26.
Lubrication of Classic and Antique Vehicles, by George Liddell, p. 28.
Some Useful Calculations, by Bob Forman, p. 32.
"Pot Metal", p. 33.

Volume 12, No. 1 – January-February 1981
Cover Photo: Nash Truck.
From the President's Desk, by Neil Black (#388), p. 1.
This 'n' That from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
Happy Birthday Charles W. Nash, p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Happy Birthday, Charles W. Nash (January 28, 1864), p. 2.
1980 Roster Report, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 3.
Adjusting Parking Brake, p. 3.
NCCA Elections (seeking candidates), p. 4.
Vice President's Letter, by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 4.
Election Guidelines Revision Proposal - 1980, p. 5.
Parts Locator Service, by Bob Aaron (#38), p. 6.
From the Pages of the Club Ledger, by Skip Larson (Treasurer), p. 6.
Ramblings ... or Something, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 7.
Letter – 1933 Model 1132R, by William Boesiger, p. 9.
Photos of 1938 Ambassador used in wedding in Australia, p. 10.
Letter – 1947 Nash Model 4768, by Richard Demers, p. 10.
Letter – tip on freeing seized nuts, by Randy Guccini (#3223), p. 11.
Letter – reasonable reply times for SASEs, by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 11.
The Southwest Region News, p. 11.
Pair Wheel & Deal in Mets (About Jack & Bobby Carr in Texas), by Domingo Ramirez (Star-Telegram Mid-Cities Bureau), p. 12. Contributed by Star-Telegram.
Letter from the office of the Prince of Monaco responding to an invitation to join the NCCA, by J. P. Diter (Private Secretary to the Prince), p. 14.
NCCA Treasurer's Annual Report, by Skip Larson, p. 15.
NCCA Advisors – Body Wood, Rims, Dials, Door Handles ('30 Nash Single Six), by David Coe (#172), p. 16.
1981 Western Nashional, by Rich Ferguson (#731), p. 16.
Inexpensive Touch-up Brush, p. 17.
NCCA Advisors – Tips on 1950-52 Rambler, by Jim and Mike Paradiso (#1530), p. 17.
NCCA Advisors – Splash Aprons (1918-1930), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 17.
Early Rambler, Jeffery and Nash Trucks, by Larry R. Daum (#1901), p. 18.
The Powerful Nash Motor (in Nash trucks), p. 23.
The Rear Axle (in Nash two-ton trucks), p. 24.
Locking Differential (in Nash trucks), p. 25.
Hotchkiss Drive (in Nash trucks), p. 26.
Radiator (in Nash trucks), p. 27.
Specification & Adjustment Reference (Nash Truck models 3148 & 3248), p. 29.
Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 32.

Volume 11, No. 6 – November-December 1980
Cover Photo: "Gnash" 1951 Nash Statesman Custom.
From the President's Desk, by Neil Black (#388), p. 1.
Gnash from front cover, p. 1.
Nash T-shirt Fever, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Didja Know? (how to remove a ball-joint stud), p. 3.
This 'n' That from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
Letter from the Vice-President, by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 4.
It's Time to Renew Your Dues (change in process), by Ann Wynacht (Renewal Chairman), p. 5.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award (Darrell Rader), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 6.
Drat You, '28 Nash!, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 6.
NCCA Elections 1981, by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 7.
Nash Reproduction Parts and Printing, by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 7.
Letter – 1948 Ambassador Model 4860, by Ralph Stoecker (#3248), p. 8.
News from Nor-Cal, by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 8.
Letter – 1919 Nash Model 686 Roadster, by Earl Stacey, p. 10.
Letter – Car troubles going to Grand Nashional, by Steve Parsons (#2991), p. 11.
It's Not A Nash (flying to the Grand Nashional), by Lennel (Lee) Royer (#40), p. 11.
Letter – wedding, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 12.
Niagara Frontier Region Fall Meet, by Louis LoManto (#1319), p. 13.
What Do You Think? (admitting post '57 AMC cars), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 14.
Southwest Regional News, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 16.
New York Metro-Long Island 4th Annual Invitational Meet, by Walter M. Gramlich (#2364), p. 18.
Erie Shores Regional Meet, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 19.
Mid-Atlantic Region Hosts Spring Meet, by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 21.
Niagara Frontier Region Summer Meet, by Louis LoMonto (#1319), p. 22.
Open Letter to the NCCA Membership (views on American Motors troubles, Nash Museum support and NCCA dues), by Larry R. Daum (#1901), p. 23.
Petition - Nash Museum support (correction), p. 24.
Fourth Annual Chili Feed, p. 25.
NCCA Advisors – 1950-52 Rambler Tips, by J. & M. Paradiso (#1530), p. 26.
NCCA Advisors – The Incomparable 1932 Nash, by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 26.
NCCA Advisors – Continental Kits (1956-58 Ramblers), by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 27.
NCCA Advisors – Rear Main Bearing (1936 3648-A 400 series tips), by Bill Torsch (#2145), p. 27.
NCCA Advisors – Tuning the Engine (1931 First Series 880, "Twin Ignition" Special Eight), by George Myler (#1531), p. 29.
Front Wheel Alignment, p. 31.

Volume 11, No. 5 – September-October 1980
Cover Photo: Grand Nashional - Kenosha 1980.
From the President's Desk, by Neil Black (#388), p. 1.
Scrap Book Series - Advertisement for the "Rambler, the Car of Steady Service", p. 2. Contributed by Victor Smith.
Letter – Thanks for assistance after an accident, by Michael and Sandy Shirk, p. 3.
This 'n' That from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
Southwestern Region News, p. 4.
Letter – Divco milk truck used an Ambassador engine, by Tom O'Rourke (#540), p. 4.
Letter – writer requests feature article on hood ornaments, by Bob McMillen, p. 4.
Used Carsmanship (on dealers rolling back the odometer), by Manfreid Q. Calhoun, p. 4.
Eastern NASHional Meet (with photos), by Steve Rugens (#3395), p. 6.
Petition to Establish a Nash Museum, by Charles Giorno (#3), p. 8.
Letter – 1951 Nash in Sweden, by Caj Carlsson, p. 9.
GRAND NASHional 1980 (with photos), by Don Cory (#1032), p. 10.
Only Dreaming, by Lowell Orud, p. 19.
Letter – 1948 Nash "600" Restoration, by Lowell Orud, p. 20.
Letter – 1940 LaFayette Model 4012, by Steve Gregori, p. 22.
Letter – helping Nash owner from Colombia, by Gertrud Cory (#1032), p. 23.
Letter – incidents happening on drive home from the Grand Nashional, by Lee and Ruth Bortmas, p. 24.
Letter – 1952 Nash Rambler Station Wagon, by Laurence and Patricia Hogan, p. 24.
Letter – Plans to establish an exhibit and repair shop for Metropolitans, by Jimmy and Eve Valentine, p. 24.
Letter – Steve Gregori's Ajax; and magazine articles on the Ajax and other Nash vehicles, by Arch Brown (#1669), p. 25.
Western Divisional NASHional (with photos), by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 27.
Thomas B. Jeffery Award (Richard Ferguson), by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 29.
NCCA Advisors – Oil Filter Conversions for 1955-56 Hudson, by George Koehler (#861), p. 31.
NCCA Advisors – Cooling System for 1948-50 600-series, by Vince Ruffolo (#30), p. 31.

Volume 11, No. 4 – July-August 1980
Cover Photo: 1956 Metropolitan "500" hardtop.
National Election Results, p. 1.
From the President's Desk, by Neil Black (#388), p. 1.
Letter – 1956 Hudson Rambler, by Dale Richmond, p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Metro Info from Floyd (parts), by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 3.
This 'n' That from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
Southwest Region News, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 4.
Niagara Frontier Region News, by Louis LoManto (#1319), p. 4.
Western NASHional, p. 5.
Letter – 1927 Nash, by Jim Shallow, p. 5.
My Nash Discovery (1951), by Frank Miller (#1111), p. 6.
Attention Midwest (AMC-Nash car show), p. 8.
Upper Mississippi River Region, p. 8.
Nash of Blue Island, by Wayne Adams, p. 9. Contributed by Al Zuber.
Didja Know? Nash-Healey's Pedal Arrangement, p. 10.
California Statewide Meet (with photos), by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 11.
Letter – 1932 Model 1097, by Ande Lange, p. 14.
Letter – Nash-Healeys, by Thomas A. Ennis, p. 14.
Metropolitan: Car of the Past, Cars of the Future, by Larry R. Daum (#1901), p. 15.
Letter – Car show in San Diego has few Nashes, by Pat Quinlan, p. 19.
GRAND NASHional 1980 Homecoming, p. 20.
Story of Nameplates (1958 cars with Nash nameplates), by Phil Hall, p. 21.
AMC To Drop Names of Nash, Hudson Cars, p. 22.
Letter – Christmas car depicts 1949 Nash (with photo), by Larry Mitchell, p. 23.
NCCA Advisors – Overheating (1936 400 series), by Bill Torsch (#2145), p. 24.
NCCA Advisors – 1937 LaFayette Brake Shoes, by Glenn Schroeder (#2393), p. 24.
NCCA Advisors – Transmission Repair (1937 models), by Robert Nelson (#220), p. 24.
NCCA Advisors – Oil Pump Shaft Bushing (late 30s thru early 50s), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 25.
NCCA Advisors – Now Where Did I See That? (Index for Classified Ads), by Gerald Wolfe (#2602), p. 25.
A New Nash and a Learning Experience, by Neil Black (#388), p. 27.
Miracle on Wheels (Nash "600"), p. 30. Contributed by Frederick Timm.
TNT Index Vol. 8 No. 6 thru Vol. 10 No. 6, p. 31.

Volume 11, No. 3 – May-June 1980
Cover Photo: 1953 Nash-Healey Coupe.
Goin' South (1938 Ambassador 6), by Ralph and Louise Stumpf, p. 1.
From the President's Desk, by Neil Black (#388), p. 1.
Iola's Old Car Show, p. 2.
Boo-Boos in the Last TNT, p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Letter – Australian Nash Register, by Rob Warmington, p. 3.
This 'n' That from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
A Nash Meet In Sweden (with photos), by Kent Agdestein, p. 5.
So-Cal Region News (with photos), by Neil Black (#388), p. 6.
Southwest Regional News, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 8.
Candidate Profiles: Connie Graeber (#81), Paul Gushing, Paul Gramlich (#95), p. 9.
Upper Mississippi River Region's Activities, p. 12.
Nash-Healey Collector, by Leonard McGrady, p. 13.
NCCA Advisors – Intake Manifold Gas Tube (1935 LaFayette, by Ed Pariseau (#1011), p. 14.
NCCA Advisors – Technical Literature (1935-27 Ajax and Light Six), by Steve Gregori, p. 15.
NCCA Advisors – What Is A Rebel?, by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 15.
NCCA Advisors – Nash Sport Customs, by Tim Hutchins (#326), p. 18.
GRAND NASHional 1980 Homecoming, p. 20.
1980 Western NASHional - July 10-12, p. 21.
Letter – New member appreciates the club, seeks 1955 Ambassador, and recalls family Nashes, by Rev. Calvin Martin, p. 22.
A Rare Find (1953 Ambassador Custom), by Roger S. Mays (#2834), p. 23.
Spring Ahead, by Lew Brown, p. 25.
Nash-Healey: The Power and the Glory, by Larry R. Daum (#1901), p. 26.
The Nash-Healey, by Steve Parsons (Association of Healey Owners in England), p. 28.

Volume 11, No. 2 – March-April 1980
Cover Photo: 1956 Hudson Rambler Custom, Dale Richmond.
From the President's Desk, by Neil Black (#388), p. 1.
Attention! Seeking members to form a Southeast Region, by Francis Keem (#262), p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
Western NASHional Meet, p. 2.
This 'n' That from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
A vandal drives a Nash, p. 4.
Letter – Seeking candidates for club offices, by Jim Krueger (Vice President), p. 4.
Why a Nash? (reasons for owning a 1954 Ambassador), by Ronald G. Tabuas (#2612), p. 4.
GRAND NASHional - 1980 Homecoming, p. 5.
Southwest Regional News, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 5.
The Musings of Old Yellow (1925 Nash Model 161), by Ruth and Carl Ehlers, p. 6.
What Is The Interchange Book?, by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 7.
Letter – 1955 Ambassador, by David Dobkin, p. 7.
Letter – 1928 Nash, by John Butler, p. 8.
Letter – 1955 Rambler, by Patrick Quinlan, p. 9.
Sources for Old Car Parts, by Jim Petersen (#845), p. 9.
My 1955 Wagon, by Charlie C. Bowie, p. 11.
NCCA Advisors – Tire / Wheel Sizes (1955-57 Hudsons), by George Koehler (#861), p. 12.
NCCA Advisors – Carburetor System (1931 Nash Eight 80 Series), by George Myler (#1531), p. 13.
NCCA Advisors – Nash-Healey Technical Literature Available, by Michael Feingold (#1398), p. 14.
D's Trip to California (Part 3), by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 14.
Model of the Month (1956 Hudson Rambler), by Larry R. Daum (#1901), p. 17.
Nash Antics - Drawing of a bathtub shaped like an upside-down Nash, by Steve Keiss (#2514), p. 19.
So-Cal Region News, by Neil Black (#388), p. 20.
Retopping a Convertible the Easy Way, by Bob Gilmore, p. 22. Contributed by Jim Dworschack (#1).
America's Smallest Car – the Metropolitan, by Arthur Railton, p. 27. Contributed by Dan Petersen.

Volume 11, No. 1 – January-February 1980
Cover Photo: 1939 Nash Model 3928 Ambassador.
From the President's Desk, by Neil Black (#388), p. 1.
Nash Family (a drawing), by Steve Keiss (#2514), p. 2.
This 'n' That from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
Southwest Regional News, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 3.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Letter – winterizing a Nash-Healey, by Steve Parsons (#2991), p. 4.
Letter – writer likes the club, by John J. Semenas (#2960), p. 5.
Southern California Region News, by Dick Middleton (#386), p. 5.
Overhauling Your Overdrive, by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 6.
Nash Antics - How Do You Start This HyDramatic (drawing), by Steve Keiss (#2514), p. 7.
Niagara Frontier Region Fall Meet, by Howard Rawls (#723), p. 8.
NCCA Advisors – Nash Heaven (salvage yard in Kansas), by Kenneth Scherer (#1015), p. 9.
NCCA Advisors – Bijur Lubrication (1929), by Jim Dunkel (#1726), p. 9.
NCCA Advisors – Outside Door Handles (1930), by David Coe (#172), p. 10.
NCCA Advisors – Parts Tips (1927 and 1930-31), by Ira Wilmoth (#1990), p. 12.
D's Trip to California (Part 2), by B. Dworschack (#237), p. 12.
NCCA Advisors – Distributor Replacement (1925-28 Advanced Six), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 12.
Thinking About Running for an Office??? (Job Descriptions for Vice-president and Division Director), p. 16.
1905 Rambler advertisement, p. 17.
The Owner's Report on the Nash Rambler, by Floyd Clymer, p. 18.
Nash Antics - Drawing of a Nash and a bathtub, by Steve Keiss (#2514), p. 24.
Body Woodwork - Part I (with Fisher Body Service Bulletins), p. 25.
Repair Your Own Pot Metal Parts, p. 28.
Soldering Aluminum, p. 29.
Speeding - Is It Immoral?, p. 31.
Now! A "Double Lifetime" Used Car - Nash Used Car Ad (featuring 1950 Nash), p. 32. Contributed by Don Petersen.

Volume 10, No. 6 – November-December 1979
Cover Photo: Advertising drawing for 1904 Rambler Model L Touring Car.
From the President's Desk, by Neil Black (#388), p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
Southwestern Regional News, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 3.
New York Metro-Long Island Third Annual Invitational Meet, by Walter M. Gramlich (#2364), p. 4.
Mid Atlantic Region Joins "World's Largest" Meet, by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 6.
News from Southern California, by Greg Fago (#1440), p. 7.
Letter – the club as keeper of other people's memories, by Mike Girouard (#2802), p. 10.
Letter – 1946 Nash Model 4663 Ambassador Coupe, by Jack and Barbara Dass (#977), p. 12.
Letter – status of author's restoration, by Don and Jean Sounders, p. 12.
D's Trip to California, part 1, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 13.
Where do the Horses Go? (on horsepower), by Dale Kelly (SAE), p. 15.
Elements of Carburetion, Part 3, p. 19.
Cartoon: Auto Album - 1919 Nash Quad, by Tad Burness, p. 21. Contributed by Victor H. Smith (#1116).
The Story of Mohair Velvet, p. 23.
What You'll Find in Twelve '54 Cars, p. 24.
Testing the '54 Nash Rambler, by Bill Schoentgen, p. 32.
Short Cuts for Car Owners, p. 36.
Cartoon: Illustration from 1930s Auto show, p. 40.

Volume 10, No. 5 – September-October 1979
Cover Photo: 1938 Nash from Finland.
Ramblings. . . from the President's Desk, by Neil Black (#388), p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 2.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
Annual Treasurer's Report, by Luther Larson (#29), p. 3.
From the Desk of the Treasurer, by Luther Skip, p. 4.
Upper Mississippi River Region's July Event, by Darrell Stumpf, p. 4.
Southwest Regional News, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 6.
Mid-Atlantic Region Hosts Eastern NASHional, by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 7.
Largest Nash Car Show Ever - 1979 California Grand NASHional (with photos), by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 10.
My 1938 Nash (a letter from Finland), by Antti Laaksonen, p. 19.
Interchange Book Abbreviations, by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 20.
Letter – restoration of a 1929 Model 434 RS Special Six in Belgium, by Jos. Cobbaert, p. 22.
Letter – restoring a 1954 Nash Ambassador, by Ernie & Goldie Mansfield, p. 22.
Letter – Swedish member enjoys U.S. visit, by Horst Vormbrock, p. 22.
Letter – account of trip home from the Grand Nashional, by Les Culver, p. 23.
Letter – 1929 Nash 420 sedan belonging to a Puget Sound Region member wins in ACCA met in Victoria, BC, by Les Culver, p. 24.
Letter – Vintage car sale in Tasmania, Australia, includes a late 1920s Nash Tourer, p. 25.
D's Dilemma (words to song from Grand NASHional banquet), by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 26.
Elements of Carburetion, Part 2, p. 27.
Brush Plating, p. 30.

Volume 10, No. 4 – July-August 1979
Cover Photo: 1948 Nash Ambassador Convertible Model 4871 Custom Cabriolet.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 1.
From the President's Desk, by Neil Black (#388), p. 3.
From Member #81, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 4.
Calendar of Events, p. 5.
Letter – Source for windshield rubber gaskets, 1946-50, by Bob McMillen, p. 5.
Letter – Miss America Paraded in Author's 1954 Nash (with photos), by Ira Wilmoth (#1990), p. 6.
Letter – 1949 Ambassador, by John Emory (#1580), p. 8.
Letter – 1947 Nash "600" Coupe, by Gordon Erbstoesser (#2766), p. 8.
Letter – Photo and Story about a 1937 or '38 Nash Coupe, by Al Zuber, p. 9.
Niagara Frontier Region Spring Meet, by Howard Rawls (#723), p. 10.
Southwest Region News, p. 11.
California Statewide Meet - Fresno, May 5 & 6, 1979, by Neil Black (#388), p. 12.
Nash Car Club of America By-Laws, p. 15.
You're Invited (to AMO Meet), p. 18.
Magazine Advertisement for 1939 Nash, p. 19.
Model of the Month – 1948 Ambassador Convertible, by Larry R. Daum (#1901), p. 20.
Upper Mississippi River Region, by Darrell Stumpf, p. 22.
Nash-Hudson Joint Meet, p. 22.
Upper Mississippi River Region, by Darrell Stumpf, p. 23.
Niagara Frontier Region Summer Meet, by Howard Rawls (#723), p. 23.
Elements of Carburetion, Part 1, p. 25.
Some Useful Calculations (common automotive-related formulas), by Bob Forman, p. 28.
1905 Goodrich Tire advertisement, p. 30.

Volume 10, No. 3 – May-June 1979
Cover Photo: 1925 Nash Special Model 133.
Ramblings. . . from the President's Desk, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 1.
Tips From Floyd (on Overhaul Gasket Sets), by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 2.
Combined Central Region Spring Meet, p. 3.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
Costume Party (for '79 Grand Nashional), p. 3.
Calendar of Events, p. 4.
Northeast Region Spring Meet, p. 5.
New Region Formed - Upper Mississippi River Region, by Darrell Stumpf, p. 5.
January Meet - Nor Cal, Alameda, CA, by Rich Ferguson (#731), p. 6.
Southern California Region News, by Neil Black (#388), p. 7.
Guest Speaker for '79 Grand NASHional (John Conde), p. 8.
Nor-Cal Region Has A Day In The Redwood Empire, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 9.
Letter – in support of "Nash Garage" idea, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 10.
Letter – writer's family's Nashes, by William S. Cannon (#2680), p. 10.
Letter – 1925 Nash Special sedan, Model 133, by Gene Kasmar, p. 11.
Eastern NASHional (New Hope, PA), p. 12.
Niagara Frontier Region of NCCA Presents Mini-Vendor Swap Meet, p. 13.
Erie Shores Spring Meet, by Ken & Mary Ann Havekost (#140), p. 14.
My '50 Nash (Amb. Custom 5078), by Marvin Zinn (#751), p. 14.
My 1937 LaFayette Coupe, by Bob Kovar, p. 16.
My Special Six (poem), by G. Cliff Reimer (#526), p. 16.
Southwestern Regional News, p. 17.
Photo of marathon runner passing Nash dealership in Boston sometime between 1917 and 1930, p. 18. Contributed by Les Skoropat.
Swap Meet - August 12 - Alameda, p. 19.
Grand NASHional, Alameda, California - Registration Information, p. 20.
Candidate Profiles: Neil Black, Mike Larsen, Luther (Skip) Larson, Jim Dworschack, p. 24.
The Upper Mississippi Region Tour For May, p. 26.
Photos from Northwest Collectors' Show, p. 27.
How to Live with Your Vacuum Tank, by Bill Cannon, p. 29.
Distributor Parts, by Miles Schofield, p. 32.

Volume 10, No. 2 – March-April 1979
Cover Photo: 1948 Nash 600 Coupe.
Ramblings. . . from the President's Desk, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 1.
Grant NASHional Meet Guidelines, p. 2.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 4.
The 1979 Grand NASHional Is Near (Santa Clara, CA), by Steve Gregori, p. 5.
Calendar of Events, p. 5.
The Great Fire Truck Race, by Diane Thomas, p. 6.
Nor-Cal's Meet, September, 1978, by Betty Wroebel (#595), p. 8.
Dripless Water Pump, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 10.
Nor-Cal's Meet, November, 1978, by Rich Ferguson (#731), p. 12.
New Region Being Planned For Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois & Iowa, p. 13.
Southwestern Regional News, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 14.
Letter – High prices of Nash parts, by Andy Schwab, p. 15.
Letter – Tech college restorations, by Gary Jeffers (#1409), p. 16.
Letter – Towing a 1949 Nash, by Art Frotten (#1787), p. 16.
Letter – former Nash salesman is club publicity chairman, by Ira Wilmoth (#1990), p. 17.
Letter – running board restoration, by Charlie Hall (#661), p. 17.
Letter – appreciation for The Nash Times, by Charlie Hall (#661), p. 17.
The Last Laugh (Nash memories), by Lewis D. Brown (#1156), p. 18.
My '52 Ambassador, by Steve Keiss (#2514), p. 22.
How to Repair Body Sheet Metal (Part 5), by Bob Dworschack (#237), p. 23.
“600” Brougham (cover story), by Mike Lynch (#2526), p. 27.
Letter – running board repair, by Bob Nelson (#270), p. 27.
Letter – 1939 Nash parts sought, by Paul Bourquin, p. 27.
Editor's Note: additional information related to Charlie Hall's article on running board restoration, p. 29.
Letter – 1931 Nash Production, by George Myler (#1531), p. 29.
Learn to Silver Braze, p. 30.

Volume 10, No. 1 – January-February 1979
Cover Photo: 1922 LaFayette.
Notes from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237).
Ramblings. . . from the President's Desk, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 1.
From the Desk of the Vice-President, by Jim Krueger, p. 2.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Southwestern Regional News, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 3.
Interchange Book, by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 4.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 4.
From the Secretary's Desk, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
Didja Know? (Nash police cars used in Chicago and Illinos), by John O'Halloran (#1526), p. 5.
Silent Auction (Nash Times back issues), by J. Peterson, p. 6.
A Towing Tip, by John O'Halloran (#1526), p. 7.
Letter – running boards, by Jim Taylor (#1151), p. 7.
Letter – 1938 LaFayette and "Nash Garage" suggestion, by L. R. DeWester (#2375), p. 8.
The Man Who Sold the First Nash – A Biography (of Frederick W. Abenschein, 1876-1945), by Bill Jones (Fred's great nephew), p. 9.
The Nash Story (matters related to the author's 1934 Ambassador), by Elward Baldridge, p. 10.
Mid Atlantic Region Holds Fall Meet, by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 13.
Southern California Region News, by Neil Black (#388), p. 15.
Having Voltage Regulator Problems?, p. 17.
Model of the Month – A Short History of 1920-1924 LaFayette V-8, by Larry R. Daum (#1901), p. 18.
Northwest Car Collectors' Show, by Mike Larsen (#8), p. 20.
Definitions and Nomenclature on Piston Rings (Service Manual), by Nash Motors, p. 24. Contributed by Bob & Betty Dworschack.
Diagnose Excessive Oil Consumption (Service Manual), by Nash Motors, p. 30. Contributed by Bob & Betty Dworschack.
Image: Nash Special Spark Plug (1915-1930), p. 36.

Volume 9, No. 6 – November-December 1978
Cover Image: 1906 Rambler Model 19 Tourabout.
Ramblings. . . from the President's Desk, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 1.
New Publicity Chairman - Ira Wilmoth, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 3.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
Open Letter - thanking club members for kindnesses show during visit to U.S., by Horst Vormbrock, p. 3.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 4.
Profile – National Secretary, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 4.
Letter – Nashes in Uruguay (with photos), by Jose Claudio Spina (#1044), p. 6.
Letter – photos of Nash used to test aircraft propellers, by Bruce Sheaffer, Jr., p. 8.
Letter – 1938 LaFayette, by Bob and Bernadine DeWester, p. 9.
News From Southern California Region, by Neil Black (#388), p. 10.
News From Southwest Region, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 12.
News From Mid-Atlantic Region, by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 14.
Niagara Frontier Region - Fall Meet, by Howard Rawls (#723), p. 16.
Nash Cars in Brazil, by Jose Spina (#1044), p. 16.
Existência de Automóveis (cars in circulation in Brazil), p. 18.
Letter – 1924 Nash Roadster, by Jim Taylor (#1151), p. 20.
The Look-A-Likes (two members with similar beards), p. 21.
Ninth Annual NASHional Meet (Monroe, MI, with photos), by Ken & Mary Ann Havekost (#140), p. 22.

Volume 9, No. 5 – September-October 1978
Cover Photo: 1940 Nash Special Roadster (designed by Sakhnoffsky).
Ramblings. . . from the President's Desk, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
From the Secretary's Desk, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 4.
Southwest Regional News, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 5.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 5.
Annual Treasurer's Report, p. 6.
Erie Shores Holds Meet, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 7.
California Statewide Nash Meet, by Sieg Wroebel (#595), p. 8.
Nash Nook Campout, by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 10.
Letter – welcome accorded visiting NCCA member, by Tom & Dorice Jamison, p. 11.
NCCA 1978 Eastern Division Meet, by Francis Keem (#262), p. 12.
Interchange Book Information, by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 15.
Letter – comment on car show admission fee practices, by Anonymous, p. 15.
The 1940 Nash Play Car (designed by Sakhnoffsky), by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 16.
Cartoon: kicking a Nash, p. 17.
Count Alexis De Sakhnoffsky, by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 18.
'22 Nash on TV, p. 28.
TNT Index, Vol 6 No 1 thru Vol 8 No 5, p. 29.
Nash Motors Office Memorandum, April 23, 1940 RE: "Special workorder for rebuilding nine cabriolets into standard cars.", by R.E. Mainland, p. 33.

Volume 9, No. 4 – July-August 1978
Cover Photo: 1936 Nash (wrongly captioned as a 1952 Rambler!).
Ramblings. . . from the President's Desk, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 1.
Calendar of Events, p. 3.
NCCA Membership Report, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 4.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 5.
The Saga of the Little Tin Jack a (poem sent by Nash motorist to Nash Motors in 1929, and their reply), by Walter Jones, p. 6. Contributed by Bob Majeski.
New York Metro-Long Island Region Spring Invitational Meet, p. 7.
Tips from Floyd (parts interchanges), by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 8.
1948 Nash Wrecker, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 9.
Mid Atlantic Region Holds Spring Meet, by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 10.
Lightening Strikes Twice (1957 Country Club), by Bob Majeski (#2), p. 12.
Problem Clinic (help sought on overheating issues), by Rupel Perry, p. 14.
“Spring Meet” Niagara Frontier Region, by Francis Keem (#262), p. 15.
Mid Atlantic Region Meet Announcements, p. 16.
Southwest Region News, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 17.
Erie Shores Region Is Host For 1978, by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 18.
Nash Cars Not Entirely Forgotten - Newspaper article about Dick Panabaker's cars, by Don Dundon, p. 18.
9th Annual Grand NASHional Meet (Monroe, MI), p. 20.
Pencil Drawing (Nash inspired), by Julie Dworschack (#1), p. 22.
Nash Six Five-Passenger Car (Brochure), p. 23.

Volume 9, No. 3 – May-June 1978
Cover Image: 1953 Nash Ambassador "Country Club".
Ramblings. . . from the President's Desk, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 1.
From the Secretary's Desk, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 2.
The History of the Nash (published in Automobile Quarterly, vol 14, no 2), by Beverly Rae Kimes, p. 3.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
Candidate Profiles: George Vikos, Jr., James Krueger, Gordon McGregor, Frances Keem, Paul W. Gramlich, p. 4.
Metro New York/Long Island Region, p. 6.
The Secretary's Efficiency Experts, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 7.
Letter – 1940 Ambassador Six, by Paul Belanger, p. 8.
Calendar of Events, p. 8.
Letter – 1949 Super 600, by Paul Skeels, p. 10.
Letter – Early 1940s restoration issues, by Tom Jamison, p. 11.
Letter – family Nashes, and "Grandpa's New Car" (poem), by Walter and Lester Philbrick, p. 12.
Southwest Regional News, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 13.
Canandaigua (or Kanandarque, site of the 1978 Eastern Divisional Meet), p. 14.
Like Father, Like Son, by Ken Havekost (#140), p. 15.
Western States Nashional Meet, p. 16.
January In Alameda (Nor Cal), by Steve Gregori, p. 17.
Nor Cal Nash News, by Rich Ferguson (#731), p. 18.
Northeast Region's Spring Meet, p. 19.
The 9th Annual Grand NASHional Meet (Monroe, MI), p. 20.
Model of the MonthNumber Two – (1957 Rambler Rebel), by Larry R. Daum (#1901), p. 22.
How to Repair Body Sheet Metal, by Bob Dworschack (#237), p. 23.
Happiness is a Warm Tub (1949 Nash 600), by Art Frotten (#1787), p. 24.
Tips From Art (various parts sources and exchanges), by Art Frotten (#1787), p. 26.
The 1977 Glidden Tour (with 1932 Nash 970 coupe), by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 27.
Notes From Larry (current publications about Nash models), by Larry R. Daum (#1901), p. 31.
Promotional material and Nash Motors Promotion Letter for “Arrowflash” Directional Signals for Nash, p. 32.

Volume 9, No. 2 – March-April 1978
Cover Image: 1952 Nash Rambler "Country Club".
Ramblings. . . from the President's Desk, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 1.
Museum Acquires “Unknown” Records of Jeffery Co., p. 3. Contributed by Roy Bellman #1836.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 4.
Member Funding of Club Sale Items, p. 4.
Calendar of Events, p. 5.
From the Secretary's Desk, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 6.
Nash Nook Campout - July 7, 8 & 9, 1978, p. 6.
Nor Cal November Meet, by Don Cory (#1032), p. 7.
Western States NASHnal - June 29, 30, July 1, 1978, p. 7.
Open Letter to NCCA, by Larry R. Daum (#1901), p. 8.
Letter – 1954 Nash Ambassador, by Chas. Pistorino, p. 9.
Letter – Writer chides editors for printing story in two parts, by Tom Lambrecht (#1766), p. 11.
Nash Airflyte Engineering Advancements, by Roy Bellman (#1836), p. 11.
The Tale of a 1929 Addict, by Jim Dunkel (#1726), p. 13.
Identification Problem, by Rick Johannes (#799), p. 18.
Letter – 41-48 shocks, 30-481 wire and disk wheels, vapor lock, by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 19.
Model of the Month - '30 Nash Roadster, by Larry R. Daum (#1901), p. 20.
A Personal Letter About a Mutual Problem (mailing label production), by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 21.
How to Repair Body Sheet Metal, by Bob Dworschack (#237), p. 22.
Nash in a Crash, by W.G. Haworth (Nash Motors), p. 24. Contributed by John O'Halloran.
Didja Know? (Attendance at 1977 Nash meet), p. 24.
The Two Week Odyssey, Part 2, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 25.
Poem about Nash bed, p. 26. Contributed by Jim Krueger.
Old Paint, (a 1955 Rambler coupe)., by Larry R. Daum (#1901), p. 27.
Southwest Region News, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 28.
Heating Problem, by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 28.
Portland Area Charter Day Meet (Mid Columbia), by Gordon McGregor (#49), p. 29.

Volume 9, No. 1 – January-February 1978
Cover Image: "Airflyte Construction" advertisement.
Ramblings. . . from the President's Desk, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 1.
To the Nicest Folks in the World! (expressing thanks for the Jeffery award), by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 3.
Overseas Member Dues Increase, p. 3.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 4.
National Elections, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 5.
Who To Go To For What, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
Elections, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 7.
Front Suspension – 41-4240 series Nash, by Rupel Perry, p. 8.
The Two Week Odyssey, Pt. 1, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 11.
Problem Clinic, p. 16.
Open Letter to the NCCA, by Bob Majeski (#2), p. 17.
1924 Nash Roadster, by Tom Taylor, p. 17. Contributed by through J. Conde.
Letter – On the Knight motor, by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 19.
Letter – 1932 Nash 999 Victoria Coupe, by R. Donaldson (#1650), p. 19.
Didja' Know (on '55 -'57 hoods), p. 20.
Northeast Region Fall Meet Held On Cape Cod, by Lloyd Dunn (#483), p. 20.
How to Repair Body Sheet Metal, by Bob Dworschack (#237), p. 21.
1922 Nash Police Car, by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 23.
My 1947 Nash, by Dan Dooley (#1886), p. 23.
Bag of Goodies from Floyd - Valve Adjustments Plus More Tips, by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 24.
New York Metro-Long Island Region Hosts Eastern Division NCCA Meet, by Irene Allan, p. 25.
Southwest Region News, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 26.
Mid Atlantic Region News - Announcing Our First Meet of 1978!, by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 27.
Niagara Frontier Region “Autumn Meet”, by Francis Keem (#262), p. 27.
Hydromatic Adjustment, by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 28.
NCCA Happenings In Southern California, by Neil Black (#388), p. 30.

Volume 8, No. 6 – November-December 1977
Cover Image: Advertising Drawing of 1920s Nash.
Advertisement for Stevens Tools (valve refacer, reseater, & grinder, plus "motorist's model").
Ramblings. . . from the President's Desk, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 1.
Secretary's Report, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 4.
Vice-President's Report, by George C. Vikos, Jr. (#730), p. 4.
Leads, p. 5.
Problem Clinic (pistons rusted in block), p. 5.
Librarian's Report, by Bob Aaron (#38), p. 6.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 6.
Nor-Cal Region's Annual Sacramento Campout, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 8.
Attention 1928-39 Nash Owners (on a reprint of a 1929 Nash Information book), by Chris Soderberg (#794), p. 9.
Erie Shores Holds Meet, by Dick Martin, p. 10.
Letter – benefit of membership, by Ruth and Carl Ehlers, p. 11.
Mid Atlantic Region Holds First Meet, by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 12.
Notes From Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 13.
Southwest Regional Meeting In San Antonio, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 14.
Nor-Cal Region News, by Rich Ferguson (#731), p. 15.
49-Yr. Old Car Ready for 49-Year Old Parade, by Eddie Owens (Sports Editor), p. 16.
1957 Cars (book recommendation), p. 18.
Secretary's First Trip to the Mid West, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 19.
Graph to Determine Engine RPM, by Federal-Mogul Corporation, p. 21.
Illustration of 1907 Rambler Models 15, 25 and 245, p. 22.
Letter – on selling a parts car, by Betty and David Bey, p. 24.
How to Repair Body Sheet Metal, by Bob Dworschack (#237), p. 24.
Generator Service - Service Bulleting No. 10, Aug. 15, 1921, by Nash Motors, p. 26.

Volume 8, No. 5 – September-October 1977
Cover Image: Advertising Drawing of 1920s Nash.
Ramblings. . . from the President's Desk, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 1.
Letter – Interchange book, by Floyd Edgington (#2157), p. 2.
Letter – Statesman for sale, by Roger L. Miller (#1808), p. 3.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
Letter – 1937 Nash Ambassador, by Ray Butlers, p. 4.
Letter – wrecking yard with Nashes, by Roy Bellman (#1836), p. 5.
Letter – recommending dues increase to pay for mailing TNT first class, by Jack Irwin, p. 5.
Western NASHional Meet (Reno), by Rich Ferguson (#731), p. 6.
Notes from Nash Nook (club history), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 8.
John A. Conde, by American Motors, p. 9.
The Nash Car Club of America Annual Treasurer's Report, by Robert Aaron, p. 10.
Niagara Frontier Region “Summer Meet”, by Francis Keem (#262), p. 11.
Greetings from Rambler Haven, by Doug Predmore (#1033), p. 12.
Reflections on My Kenosha Trip 1977, by Gene Kasmar, p. 13.
Letter from the President (dues raised to mail TNT first class), by Darrell A. Rader (#317, President, NCCA), p. 15.
Problem Clinic (what is red fluid in King Sealey gas guage), p. 15.
Museum Info (Zonkers Auto Museum, Manitowoc, Wisconsin), p. 15.
The Seventh Annual Homecoming Meet (Kenosha, with photos), by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 16.
A Note from Your Printer (why TNT was late), p. 17.
Cartoons, from Airflyte Album of Hunters and Fishermen, by Ed Zorn, p. 44.

Volume 8, No. 4 – July-August 1977
Cover Photo: Old photo of child in peddle car labeled "Nash".
Notes From Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
Problem Clinic (seeking technique to remove sleeves around spark plugs), p. 1.
Kenosha NASHional Meet, p. 1.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 2.
Letter – Open letter to members regarding proposed book about Nash cars, by Larry R. Daum (#1901), p. 4.
Letter – from club secretary-elect, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
Letter – Open letter regarding club elections, by Skip Larson, p. 6.
Report on Activities from the Vice-President, by George C. Vikos, Jr. (#730), p. 6.
Southwestern Region News, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 7.
12 Nash Cars in the Concour d'Elegance, by Rich Ferguson (#731), p. 8.
God Is Keeping Score - Our 1928 Nash (Advanced Six), by Bob Majeski (#2), p. 9.
Nor Cal Nash Club Meets With The H-E-T Club, by Rich Ferguson (#731), p. 11.
Letter – dated 1941 from Nash Motors to winner of a "600" four door sedan, by W. A. Blees (Nash Motors), p. 12. Contributed by Wayne Meeker.
Dealer's Wife Gets New Car - F. J. Meeker Wins Close Contest, p. 13.
Letter – about writer's cars and desire to start a Hudson registry, by Tom Henceroth (#2005), p. 13.
Letter – on various car experiences, by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 14.
Letter – on the club roster and the writer's cars, by David M. Black, p. 14.
Letter – 1931 Nash 880 in Hawaii, by Simon Aman, p. 15.
Spring Meet of the Niagara Frontier Region, NCCA, by Francis Keem (#262), p. 16.
Greetings from Rambler Haven, by Doug Predmore (#1033), p. 18.
Kenosha NASHional Meet, p. 20.
The Special Olympics, by Chuck Rizzo (#75), p. 22.
California Statewide Meet, by Rich Ferguson (#731), p. 25.
Locking for a Special Car??? (regarding Car Search Ltd.), p. 25.
A News Release from AMC (on 75th anniversary of company), p. 26.
King-Seely Hydrostatic Gas Gauge, p. 30.
Letter – writer's 62 Metropolitan featured in Car and Driver magazine, April 1977, by Frederic von Stange, p. 30.

Volume 8, No. 3 – May-June 1977
Cover Photo: Scene of the 1977 Nashional Convention in August.
Notes From Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
Southwestern Regional Meet & Mini Swap, p. 1.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
Third Annual Western NASHional Meet (Reno), p. 2.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 3.
Greetings from Rambler Haven, by Doug Predmore (#1033), p. 5.
Notes from the Parts Locator, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 7.
Northern California Nash Meet, by Rich Ferguson (#731), p. 8.
Mississippi Lone Scout Report, by John Emory (#1580), p. 9.
Ladies Corner: Costume for Men 1930-1940, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 10.
Letter – 1955 Nash Ambassador, by Richard Silbur, p. 12.
Letter – 1941 Nash Ambassador 600, by Tom Lambrecht (#1766), p. 12.
Letter – Editors of "Vintage Auto Almanac" request club input, by Alan Fortney, p. 13.
Letter – Suggestion for article about car museums, by H. Vander Linden, p. 14.
Letter – the writer's Nashes, by Ken Geiman ($253.00), p. 15.
Our 1932 Nash Model 980, by Charles and John Sinatra, p. 16.
Niagara Region Spring Meet, by Jack Irwin, p. 17.
Nashes Stored in a Bank, p. 18.
Restoration Tips – '46-'48 Ambassador brake spring exchange; ball bearing source, p. 18.
The Kenosha NASHional Meet, p. 20.
American Motors; the First 75 Years, by American Motors, p. 22.

Volume 8, No. 2 – March-April 1977
Cover Photo: A Nash Suburban.
Notes From Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
News From The Southwestern Region, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 1.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 3.
Letter – sources for various '40s and '50s Nash parts, by Bob Wilmoth (#1383), p. 4.
Letter – formation of Marlin club, by Don Siver, p. 5.
Letter – 1947 Nash, Hudsons, etc., by John O'Halloran (#1526), p. 5.
Letter – 1932 Nash 1070 Standard Eight sedan, by C.E. Thomas (#1003), p. 6.
Letter – 1930 Nash Model 450 sedan, by Jerry Patterson (#1396), p. 7.
Letter – Trip in a Model 5680, by Lester Harris, p. 7.
Candidate Profiles: Ross Edwards, Darrell Rader, Sieg Wroebel, Walter Blakey, Jr., Connie Graeber, p. 8.
Progress Report from Eastern Division, by Lloyd Dunn (#483), p. 11.
Formation of Wisconsin Region, by Jim Krueger, p. 12.
1952 Nash Healey, by Nadine Wiley, p. 12.
The Getaway Car (1929 Advanced Six), by W. M. Lauterbach, p. 13.
Nor-Cal November Meet, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 13.
Greetings from Rambler Haven (1956-57 Ramblers), by Doug Predmore (#1033), p. 14.
Western States NASHional Meet (Reno), p. 16.
Nash Car Club of America, Southern California Region, by Neil Black (#388), p. 18.
Costume for Women 1930-1940, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 19.
News From The So-Cal Region, by Neil Black (#388), p. 23.
Ambassador “600” Engine 1941 (promotional material), p. 24. Contributed by Jim Dworschack.
Mardi Gras at New Orleans (railroad advertisement from 1927), p. 32. Contributed by Jim Dworschack.

Volume 8, No. 1 – January-February 1977
Cover Image: Advertising Drawing of 1920s Nash.
Letter – family membership comment and Nash as primary car, by Lester Harris, p. 1.
Letter – writer wishes to organize a Marlin owner's club, by Don Siver, p. 1.
Notes From Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
Letter – 1949 Ambassador wins in Mississippi show, by John Emory (#1580), p. 1.
Letter – 1954 Rambler is main transportation, by Dan Bourdlaies, p. 2.
Letter – problems restoring a 1936 Model 3648 sedan, by Jane Mangum, p. 2.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 3.
The Only One (1965 Rambler Ambassador 990 Classic Convertible), by Dr. Dale Parker (Non-member), p. 4.
Letter – story of a 1946 Ambassador Model 4663 coupe, by Jack Dass, p. 5.
Problem Clinic (help sought for replacing vinly mats with carpet inserts), p. 6.
Letter – 1948 Ambassador sedan, by Dan Bourdlaies, p. 6.
South West Region, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 7.
How We Fix Those Awful Leaking Shock Absorbers, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 8.
Greetings from Rambler Haven, by Doug Predmore (#1033), p. 9.
My '23 Sedan, by Al Reese, p. 10.
New Region Forming, by Larry Blatt (#1396), p. 11.
Hershey '76, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 12.
Second Annual Erie Shores Meet, by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 14.
Notes from the Parts Locator, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 15.
Notes from the Parts Locator, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 15.
Nash Times Schedule (mailing dates), p. 17.
American Motors' Rail Rambler, p. 17. Contributed by Jim Krueger.
Undated Advertisement for Nash 7-Bearing Motor, p. 18.
Teal Tale (advertisement for Airflyte Nash targeting sportsmen), p. 19.
1953 Nash Airflytes (advertising material), p. 20.
Nash Wheel Bearings, 1200 Series, Service Bulletin No. 162, October 1933, by Nash Motors, p. 22.
Nash Wiring Chart, 1200 Series, Nash Service Bulletin No. 155, October 1933, by Nash Motors, p. 24.
The Nash Clutch, 1200 Series, Nash Service Bulletin No. 163, November 1933, by Nash Motors, p. 25.
Nash Brakes, 1200 Series Adjusting Instructions, Nash Service Bulletin No. 157, November 1933, by Nash Motors, p. 29.
Elimination of Shimmy - 490, 890, 990 Series, Nash Service Bulletin No. 153, May 1933, by Nash Motors, p. 33.

Volume 7, No. 6 – November-December 1976
Cover Photo: 1928 Nash.
Notes From Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 1.
Special Interest Autos Magazine (Nash member's auto featured), p. 3.
Rambler, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 4.
Advisors (listed by year and model), p. 7.
September Campout In Sacramento (Nor Cal), by Rich Ferguson (#731), p. 8.
An Antique Motoring Display in Australia, by Barry Edenborough (#588), p. 10.
Autumn Meet - Niagara Frontier Region, by Francis Keem (#262), p. 10.
Producing Rubber Items (a company offers to reproduce), p. 11.
Obituary: death of Jeffery Carqueville, grandson of Thomas B. Jeffery, p. 11. Contributed by Clifford Sklarek.
Ladies Corner: Costume for Men 1920-1930, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 12.
First NE Nash/AMX Concourse, by Ross Edwards (#422), p. 13.
Problem Clinic (seeking sources for rubber), p. 15.
Letter – memories of Kenosha meet, by Mac & Terry Edwards, p. 16.
Letter – about a trip to purchase a 1939 Ambassador, by George Felt, p. 17.
Letter – writer encourages saving AMC cars and parts, by Frank Wrenick (#1721), p. 17.
Letter – writer offers Charles W. Nash's smoking jacket for sale, by Roy Hayes (#7977), p. 18.
Letter – in praise of the Havekost's hospitality, by Anonymous (A Happy Nashcanner), p. 19.
Letter – writer uses 1958 Rambler as second car, by Rich McGarty (#1118), p. 19.
Letter – writer uses 1951 statesman as second car, by Jim Duden, p. 19.
Letter – writer uses 1948 Nash as second car, by Al Hope, p. 19.
Letter – a 1950 Nash Ambassador, by Roger L. Miller (#1808), p. 20.
Letter – finally got Rambler on the road, by Dennis Smyth (#1466), p. 20.
Letter – restoration challenges for 1939 Model 3910, by Ralph Peterson, p. 20.
Oh No – Not Another Bathtub (1949 Nash 600), by Roger L. Miller (#1808), p. 21.
Prices - 1940 Line of Nash Accessories, by Nash Motors, p. 22.
Nash Bed Equipment, by Nash Motors, p. 26.
1940 Nash Bed Improvements, by Nash Motors, p. 27.
Bumper Guards, by Nash Motors, p. 28.
Window Screens, by Nash Motors, p. 32.
Back Rest Stay Hinges, by Nash Motors, p. 34.
Spare Tire Air Connection, by Nash Motors, p. 39.

Volume 7, No. 5 – September-October 1976
Cover Photo: Nash with radiator bedecked with flags.
Letter – regarding Pioneer Auto Museum in Murdo, South Dakota, with two 1926 Nashes, by Leaonard E. Clark, p. 1.
To All Members of the Nash Club, by George C. Vikos, Jr. (#730, Vice President, NCCA), p. 1.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
Chandler Coupe to Display (1955 Nash), by Don Barto, p. 3.
Letter – expressing thanks for help received at the Homecoming Meet in Kenosha, by Vince Ruffolo (#30), p. 4.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 5.
My 1939 LaFayette, by Charlie Bowie, p. 6.
Nash Club Sets Kenosha Homecoming, by Jane Hosmanek, p. 7.
Summer Meet - Niagara Frontier Region, by Francis Keem (#262), p. 9.
Costume for Women 1920-1930, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 10.
Kenosha Homecoming Meet – 1976 (with photos), by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 13.
Letter – writer offers corrections to article about Charles W. Nash in the May-June 1976 issue, by Arch Brown (#1669), p. 20.
Attention – Met Owners (AMC offering reprints of Met Shop Manuals), p. 21.
The Metropolitan, by A. G. Koepfgen, p. 21.
Puget Sound Region News (report on organizational meeting), p. 23.
Notes from the Parts Locator, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 23.
Body Types and Equipment of the Nash “400” (1935), p. 24. Contributed by Ken Havekost.
New Nash “400” Has First Monitor Sealed Motor 1935-36, p. 26.

Volume 7, No. 4 – July-August 1976
Cover Photo: 1949 Nash.
Good News (AMC announces new edition of the American Motors Family Album), p. 1.
Notes from Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
Letter – on including newer AMC cars in the NCCA, by Richard Myers, p. 3.
Letter – 1956 contest by Nash to name the unit body, by David Currie (#37), p. 3.
Letter – writer wonders how many Nashes are primary vehicles for family, by Dennis Smyth (#1466), p. 3.
Letter – on NCCA family membership, by Roger Graeber (#81), p. 3.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 4.
Western National Meet in Reno, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 5.
The Western NASHional Meet (Reno, with photos), by Rich Ferguson (#731), p. 5.
Ladies Corner (at the Western States Nashional Meet), by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 8.
Northern California Meet - July 17, 18, by Rich Ferguson (#731), p. 9.
Going to Hershey???, p. 10.
Notes from the Parts Locator, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 10.
3rd Pennsylvania-Ohio Spring Meet, June 20, by Bob Aaron (#38), p. 11.
Eastern Division's Spring Meet, by Francis Keem (#262), p. 12.
New Nash Quiz No. 3, by Bob Cosgrove (#321), p. 12.
Kansas to New York (1951 Nash Statesman), by Bill Osterhoudt, p. 13.
An Upside Down What? ('49 Nash Tub), by Don Humes, p. 14.
Tips for a 1951 Nash Owner (parts sources and exchanges), by Jim Kruege, p. 15.
Informal Meet in NJ, p. 15.
Old Advertisement for a Nash Special Six, p. 16.
Why 7 Bearings - A Story of the Nash 7 Bearing Crankshaft Motor, p. 17.
Advertisement for Nash Insurance, May 1956, p. 21.
Nash '400' Specifications 1935-36, p. 22. Contributed by Brent Havekost.
Truck Engine Lubrication (Service Bulletin No. 1, May 1, 1922), p. 24. Contributed by Dick Rieff.

Volume 7, No. 3 – May-June 1976
Cover Photo: Car in barn with flat tire (1937 LaFayette).
New Nash Quiz No. 2, p. 1.
Notes From Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
New Southwest Region, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 2.
Notes from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 3.
My 1936 LaFayette, by Lee Matthews, p. 4.
A Point of Interest - Craven Foundation Auto Museum, p. 5.
NCCA NASHional Meet In Kenosha, p. 6.
Notes from the Parts Locator, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 7.
Letter – regarding taxation of collectible cars, by Patricia von Khrum, p. 8.
My '23 Nash, by Don Dugal, p. 10.
Nash-Healey Car Club Show, p. 10.
Letter – writer provides lead to 30's Nash, by Bob Lutjen, p. 11.
Letter – appreciation for The Nash Times, by Jerry Patterson (#1396), p. 11.
Letter – account of wreck in 1955 Ambassador, by Ray Burton, p. 12.
Tips (clutch driven member and tie rod end substitutions), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 12.
Letter – writer encloses letter written to American Motors in 1955 regarding "Nash Camps" and the company's reply, by Art Lindgren (#1202), p. 13.
Letter – on the AMO club and its connection with the NCCA, by Don Loper (#128), p. 14.
Letter – car shows in the south, by John Emory (#1580), p. 14.
Inter Club 1976 Meet Of CHVA, p. 15.
Nor Cal Nash News, by Don and Gertrud Cory (#1032), p. 15.
Letter – official recognition of the Nash Car Homecoming Convention in Kenosha as a Bicentennial event, by R. Richard Wagner, p. 16.
Letter – lead on wrecking yard liquidating Nash inventory, by Michael Feingold (#1398), p. 16.
How Many What? (counts member cars by year), by John Detrick, p. 17.
The Charles Nash Story, by Clifford Sklarek (#120), p. 18.
Costume for Men 1910-1920, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 21.
Do You Need To Renew?, p. 22.
Finding My Car of the Century (1937 LaFayette 3710), by James W. Garthe, p. 23.
California's First Statewide Meet, by Rich Ferguson (#731), p. 24.
Southern California Region News, by Neil Black (#388), p. 25.
Carburetor and Fuel Vaporizing System (Service Bulletin No. 30, Aug. 7, 1923), by Nash Motors, p. 28.

Volume 7, No. 2 – March-April 1976
Cover Photo: 1931 Nash 822 Coupe.
Notes From Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
NCCA NASHional Meet In Kenosha On August 13 and 14, 1976, p. 1.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
Letter – 1949 Nash Ambassador, by Bob Mino (#1537), p. 2.
Letter – writer recounts family's Nashes, by Charles C. Wells, p. 3.
Attention NCCA Members In The SW, by Charles Chambers (#1513), p. 3.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 4.
Jeffrey Elected to A.O.T. Hall of Fame, by Clifford Sklarek (#120), p. 6.
Profile: Robert Majeski, NCCA Secretary, p. 7.
Problem Clinic (1926 Special Six paint, 1929 tappet clearance), p. 8.
1929 Nash Hearse, by Kenneth Scherer (#1015), p. 8.
Pennsylvania-Ohio Spring Meet, p. 9.
Long Island Region's Activities, by George C. Vikos, Jr. (#730), p. 9.
Ladies Corner: Costume for Women 1900-1920, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 10.
Didja Know? (1927 Special Six in Maritime Museum, San Francisco; production figures for 1938 Models), p. 13.
Niagara Frontier Region's Spring Meet, p. 14.
Northern California Region News, by Rich Ferguson (#731), p. 14.
Western Region NASHional Meet (Reno), p. 15.
The Noble Nash, by Alice Wyatt, p. 16.
New Nash Quiz No. 1, by Bob Cosgrove (#321), p. 18.
Notes from the Parts Locator, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 19.
Northeastern Region's Spring Meet, p. 19.
Period Photo of 1937 Nash Ambassador Coupe, p. 20. Contributed by J. F. Dworschack.
1931 Nash Model 882 Coupe, by George Myler (#1531), p. 22.
California's First State Wide Meet, p. 23.
Transmission - Vacuum Gear Shift 1938, by Nash Motors, p. 24.
Advertisement for Metropolitan Accessories (Walker Bros. Nashtown, Los Angeles), p. 32.
My '56 Statesman (Model 5645-1 4 dr.), by Roy Waring (#1149), p. 34.

Volume 7, No. 1 – January-February 1976
Cover Photo: Truck pulling 1932 Nash on trailer.
ATTN: Members In Southern California.
Notes From Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
Correction: misprint in article about twin-ignition system, in May-June 1975 issue of The Nash Times, p. 1.
Letter – UK member offers assistance concerning European cars, by John Fox (#1572), p. 2.
Letter – Sportabout with "Nash" on hatch, by Dave MacClinchy (#900), p. 2.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
Profile: Ross Edwards, Vice-President of NCCA, p. 3.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 4.
Happiness Is ... (humor), by Bob Cosgrove (#321), p. 5.
Niagara Frontier Region - Autumn Meet, by Francis Keem (#262), p. 6.
Me and My Nash (1927 Special), by Joseph Winstead (#1096), p. 6.
A Parts Car (1932 Nash 1070), by Ross Edwards (#422), p. 7.
Big Flea Market - Antique Automobile Club of America, p. 7.
Reward Offered For Stolen Nash Healey, by Roy Soles (#1623), p. 8.
Northwest Region NASHional Meet (Reno), by Rich Ferguson (#731), p. 8.
Our 1953 Statesman (Custom Sedan), by Lewis D. Brown (#1156), p. 8.
Have A Steering Gear Oil Leak?, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 9.
Didja Know? (removing pistons cups; 1946 Nashes with wooden bumpers; 1935-1939 wheel shields), p. 9.
NCCA Library, p. 10.
Notes from the Parts Locator, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 10.
They've Finally Killed the Ambassador, by Doug Predmore (#1033), p. 11.
Need a Challenge, by Harold Nash (#409), p. 12.
Didja Know? (members asked to notify club if they move), p. 12.
Nash Population, by Bob Aaron (#38), p. 13.
Twenty-five Years of Small Cars (advertisement with photos of several cars), by American Motors, p. 14.
Nor Cal Nash News, by Rich Ferguson (#731), p. 15.
Renew Your Dues (poem), by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 16.
Nash Quizzes Notes (Nash trivia), by Bob Cosgrove (#321), p. 16.
Ladies' Corner: Costume for Men 1900-1910, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 17.
Photo of 1946 Nash with factory wooden bumper, p. 19. Contributed by Don Mathis.
Period Photo of 1929 Nash, p. 20. Contributed by Bob Cosgrove.
Period Photo of 1941 (?) Nash Involved in an Accident, p. 21. Contributed by Bob Cosgrove.
Photo of 1937 LaFayette with 33-year-old Dayton tires, p. 22. Contributed by Lee Matthews (#319).
Cartoon with Nash in punchline, p. 23.
Reprint of tag which came on 1951-54 Nashes concerning paint care, p. 23. Contributed by Jim Krueger (#816).
Reprint from Manual on the New Nash Six 1931 Flathead Six, p. 24.
Period Photo of 1940 Nash in Germany, p. 31. Contributed by Erwin Ziemer, Jr..
Cover of The New Nash Six Information for Owner Manual (1931), p. 33.

Volume 6, No. 6 – November-December 1975
Cover Photo: 1957 Ambassador Super.
Notes from the Parts Locator, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 1.
Notes From Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
Nash Anecdote (1948 Nash), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 2.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 3.
Profile: Mike Larsen, Western Division Director, p. 4.
Nash From Nebraska (1957 Ambassador Super), by Gary Jeffers (#1409), p. 5.
Illinois & Wisconsin's Scenic Run, by Ed Zawor (#859), p. 6.
Nor-Cal's Second Annual Campout, by Gordon McGregor (#49), p. 6.
Nash Leads All The Way, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 8.
What Price Antique Cars?, by Bob Cosgrove (#321), p. 9.
Didja Know? (exchange for rocker arm guide balls on a '25 Advance Six), by Ivan Buck (#1266), p. 10.
Didja Know? (don't use solvents and oils to clean brake parts), by Rich Ferguson (#731), p. 10.
A Report of an Antique Motoring Display in Australia, by Barry Edenborough (#588), p. 10.
Ladied Corner: History of Shoes 1900-1920, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 12.
Announcing A New Region (Erie Shores, with photos), by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 13.
The Nash Band (photo and story), by Gertrude Hoffman, p. 16.
Letter – 1925 Nash Advance Six, by Ivan Buck (#1266), p. 18.
Letter – seeing information on a "Nash Remick", by Bruce H. Remick, p. 18.
Problem Clinic (several questions about several models), p. 19.
Formation Of A New Region In Southern California, p. 19.
Photo of a 1956 Nash, p. 20.
Two Members' Correspondence (about restorations), p. 22. Contributed by Bob Dunn (#1106).
1957 Nash - Paint, Body Info, Specifications, p. 27.

Volume 6, No. 5 – September-October 1975
Cover Photo: 1929 Nash 420.
Notes from Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
Niagara Frontier Region's Autumn Meet, p. 1.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 3.
Maine Meet - Northeast Region (with photos), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 5.
Northern California Region Meets, p. 9.
Letter – a way to remove frozen wheel cylinder pistons, by Roger J. Rio, Jr. (#786), p. 9.
Letter – corrections to Nash Quiz No. 7, by Carl Bauske (#1356), p. 10.
Letter – 1948 Nash Ambassador, by Ted Hughart, p. 10.
Letter – seeking recognition of the 1950-58 Rambler by the Milestone Car Society, by Laurence Dutton (#1136), p. 11.
Letter – 1946 Nash Ambassador in Syria or Lebanon, by Chawki Sayem El Dahr, p. 11.
First Western Region National Meet, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 12.
Profile: George C. Vikos, Director of New York Metropolitan/Long Island Region, p. 13.
1904 Rambler owned by Dick Teague, p. 14. Contributed by Clifford Sklarek (#120).
1941 Nash Accessories, p. 15. Contributed by Vince Ruffolo.
1929 Nash Model 420, by Howard Rawls (#723), p. 19.
Photo of a 1932 Nash Model 994, p. 20.
Letter – on the merits of the Nash twin ignition system, 1928-1941, by Fenton Meredith (#112), p. 22.
First Meet of Niagara Frontier Region, by Jim Van Druff (#358), p. 25.
Notes from the New Parts Locator, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 26.
Restoration Aids - Hydraulic Brakes Part Two, by Mike Pilarski (#1195), p. 27.
Nash Bed (copy of promotional material), p. 28.
Nash Quiz No. 9, by Bob Cosgrove (#321), p. 30.
Problem Clinic (questions about 1941 and 1924 models), p. 30.
Ladies' Corner: Costume for Women 1900-1920, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 31.

Volume 6, No. 4 – July-August 1975
Cover Photo: Unidentified rumble seat coupe (possibly a featured 1932 Nash 970 Sport Coupe).
Notes from Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
New Club Item Available Now! (rubber stone guards, 1942-48), p. 1.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
Profile: Lloyd A. Dunn, Easter Division Director, p. 3.
Ladies' Corner: Care of Antique Accessories, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 4.
Problem Clinic (several questions about several models), p. 5.
Letter – suggests NCCA arrange for club members to buy parts directly from AMC, by Lee Aston (#187), p. 6.
Letter – writer thanks club members for help repairing accident damage, by John Miller (#532), p. 6.
Wanted - Spark Plug In The Los Angeles Area, by Mike Larsen (#8), p. 7.
Nash Cars and AACA National First Prize Winners, by Bob Cosgrove (#321), p. 7.
The Finding of a 1924 Nash Model 42 Roadster, by Jim Taylor (#1151), p. 8.
Rader's Rainy Retreat, by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 9.
Northern California GNASH NEWS, by Rich Ferguson (#731), p. 9.
Alice (1932 Nash 970 Sport Coupe), by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 11.
The Restorer (regarding the 1930 Cardon Steamer built on Nash Big 8 frame), by Clifford Sklarek (#120), p. 12.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 17.
Kenosha Homecoming Meet July 1975 (with photos), by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 18.
LaFayette - Tires and Rims (1920-24, copy of unidentified technical manual), p. 24. Contributed by Vice Ruffolo.
Notes from the Parts Locator, by Dave Schaap (#159), p. 30.
Letter – memories of family Nashes, by Dave Osterberger (#1020), p. 30.
Nash Quiz No. 8, by Bob Cosgrove (#321), p. 31.
First Western Region National Meet, by Mike Larsen (#8), p. 31.
A Diesel Powered Nash? (1939 Model 3925), by Wim Bloemendahl (#283), p. 32.
Restoration Aids - Hydraulic Brakes, Part One, by Mike Pilarski (#1195), p. 34.

Volume 6, No. 3 – May-June 1975
Cover Photo: 1959 Metropolitan in Britain.
Notes from Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
Letter – on kits to covert Ajax cars to Nash Light Six, by Mike Larsen (#8), p. 1.
Sixth Annual National NCCA Meet (Kenosha), p. 2.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
Nash Quiz No. 7, by Bob Cosgrove (#321), p. 3.
The “Old Rambler” Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 4.
First Western Region National Meet (Reno, NV), p. 5.
A Metropolitan in Britain, by David Austin (#1058), p. 6.
What It's All About, by Ross Edwards (#422), p. 7.
Ladies Corner: Costume, by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 8.
Lloyd's Tub (1951 Nash Ambassador Custom 5178), by Don Mathis (#673), p. 10.
Announcing A New Region (Niagara Frontier), p. 11.
Letter – photo of old building with "Nash Cars" sign, p. 12. Contributed by Richard Mansley (#436).
Letter – Milestone Car Society, by Lawrence F. Dutton (#1136), p. 13.
Letter – member changes address in a poem about Nash car, by Denise Renshaw (#1107), p. 13.
Lake Michigan Region Of The C.H.V.A. (Contemporary Historical Vehicle Association), p. 14.
Northeast Region Meet, p. 14.
Problem Clinic (several questions about several models), p. 15.
Clutch Adjustments (1925-28 Special and Advance Six, reprint from technical manual), p. 16. Contributed by Jim Dworschack (#1).
The Saga of a 1938 Nash, by B. & C. Hooper (#1174), p. 18.
Maintenance of Finish on Suburban Models 4664-4764, p. 20. Contributed by R. K. Seidel.
TNT Index, Vol. 3 No. 4 through Vol. 5 No. 6, p. 27.
Nash – My First Car (1948), by Craig Bacle (#616), p. 29.
Letter – Nash models in Superman shows and movies, by Paul Lehman, Jr. (#649), p. 30.
ACME (Association of Concerned Motor Enthusiasts), p. 31.

Volume 6, No. 2 – March-April 1975
Cover Photo: 1930 Nash Model 481.
Notes from Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
Technical Assistance for NCCA Members, by Mike Larsen (#8), p. 2.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 3.
Ladies Corner, by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 4.
Profile: Bob Aaron, Treasurer, NCCA, p. 5.
My 1930 Nash Model '481, by Chris Soderberg (#794), p. 6.
Betty Dworschack Column, by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 7.
More On Kenosha Meet, p. 7.
Riverboat Days – Clinton, Iowa, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 7.
Letter – on NCCA memberhship policy, by Luther Larson (#29), p. 8.
Letter – 1929 Nash Model 470 Advanced Six, by Clifford and Esther French (#1099), p. 8.
Letter – on Metropolitans, by R. E. Abbott, p. 9.
Northern California Nash News, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 9.
My 1931 Nash Model 660, by Luther Larson (#29), p. 10.
Hey, Eastern Members, p. 10.
More Info On Harrah's, by Ray Hren (#768), p. 10.
News From Arizona, by Neil Black (#388), p. 11.
Nash Quiz No. 6, by Bob Cosgrove (#321), p. 11.
A Viewpoint: The 1974 National Meet, by Lennel (Lee) Royer (#40), p. 12.
Inerested? (in salvage yard cars in midwest), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 13.
My First Love (1941 Nash Slipstream), by Bruce Boltz (#939), p. 13.
Pennsylvania-Ohio Spring Meet, by Bob Aaron (#38), p. 14.
Letter – restoration of a Nash 600 coupe, by Mike Pilarski (#1195), p. 14.
Photo of Nash Tub in flood water, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 14.
My 1955 Hudson (Hash) Story, by Paul Lehman, Jr. (#649), p. 15.
Problem Clinic (several questions about several models), p. 16.
Tubby (1950 Nash Ambassador Custom), by Karen and Dick Panabaker (#492), p. 17.
Photo of 1912 Rambler, p. 18. Contributed by R. J. Cosgrove.
News Letter from Monroe, Michigan (Ken Gelman's Nashes), by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 20.
More From Michigan (Nash memories), by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 21.
Ajax Six (promitional brochure), p. 22. Contributed by Bob Aaron (#38).
Nash-Built Ajax Announced, by W. L. Carver, p. 25. Contributed by Robert Aaron (#38).
Scenes from '72 Meet, p. 30.

Volume 6, No. 1 – January-February 1975
Cover Photo: 1932 Nash.
Notes from Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 3.
Letter – 1951 Rambler Convertible, by Laurence Dutton (#1136), p. 4.
Letter – supports restricting the club to Nash cars, by Jose Spina (#1044), p. 4.
News on Harrah's Show and Swap Meet, p. 5.
A Viewpoint (on the range of cars recognized by the club), by Larry G. Mitchell (#895), p. 5.
Profile: James F. Dworschack, President, NCCA, p. 6.
Northern California Regional Chapter, by Rich Ferguson (#731), p. 7.
My '32 Nash (960 4 dr., cover story), by Aaron Ford (#462), p. 8.
Ladies Corner: Wives and the NCCA, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 9.
Nash Quiz No. 5, p. 9.
Problem Clinic (several questions about several models), p. 10.
Nash Anecdotes (humor), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 11.
Attn. Members of Northeast Region, p. 11.
New Region Forming (Niagara Frontier Region), p. 11.
1940 and 1941 Nash Prices FOB, and 1941 Nash Colors, p. 12.
Attn. – Members in Penna and Vicinity!, p. 13.
A Threat to our Hobby (a scrapping bill), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 14.
Triumph for Scrappers, by Ed Flaherty (Editor), p. 14.
News On Harrah's Show & Swap Meet (Nor Cal), by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 16.
Do You Need to Renew?, p. 16.
NCCA National Meet (Kenosha), p. 17.
NY Metropolitan & L.I. Region, NCCA, by George C. Vikos, Jr. (#730), p. 17.
Photo of the 1900 Rambler Runabout Prototype, p. 18.
Rambler Heritage Part II, by John A. Conde (#60), p. 20.
Brake System - 1926 Nash Advance Six Series 261, p. 23.

Volume 5, No. 6 – November-December 1974
Cover Photo: 1949 Nash "600".
Notes From Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
A Letter The President Received (about a 1953 Nash Statesman), by Bill Wilt (#1031), p. 3.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 4.
Ladies' Corner: My '40 Nash LaFayette, by Miss Denise Renshaw (#1107), p. 5.
Nash History Quiz, p. 6.
Correction to location of Roaring Twenties Museum mentioned in report of Kenosha Meet, by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 7.
Northern California Region's First Camp Out, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 7.
Becoming a Nash Owner (1947 Ambassador), by Roy Street (#832), p. 8.
A Racing Nash?? Good Grief!! (1949 Nash "600"), by Dave MacClinchy (#900), p. 9.
Letter – opinions about dues and cars recognized by club, by Charlie Hall (#661), p. 10.
Letter – requests state of residence be given when members are named in the TNT, by John Szabo (#995), p. 11.
Do You Need to Renew?, p. 11.
Rambler Heritage, by John A. Conde (#60), p. 12.
Nash-Philco Radio - 1200 Series, p. 14.
The Problem Clinic (questions about various models), p. 17.
Metropolitan Statistics, 1954, p. 18. Contributed by Vince Ruffolo.

Volume 5, No. 5 – September-October 1974
Cover Photo: 1960 Metropolitan.
Notes From Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
Nash History Quiz No. 3, p. 2.
This 'n' That from B and B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
1974 NCCA National Meet, by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
Viewpoint (on including some AMC models in club), by Tom Johnson (#776), p. 5.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 6.
Wrecking Yard Lead, by Mike Larsen (#8), p. 7.
My 1960 Metropolitan, by Paul Lehman, Jr. (#649), p. 8.
Ladies Corner: Timber! (tree limb falls on car), by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 9.
Story of a 1960 Rambler, by George C. Vikos, Jr. (#730), p. 10.
The Best Meet Yet! (Nor Cal), by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 11.
Concours D'Elegance, Forest Grove, Oregon, by R. D. 'Stan' Standley (#496), p. 12.
The Problem Clinic (questions about various models), p. 12.
1953 Production & Accessory Statistics, p. 13. Contributed by Jim Dworschack (#1) and Vice Ruffolo (#30).
1974 Fall Meet ... Northeast Region NCCA, p. 14.
Northeastern Region NCCA Spring Meet, by Ross Edwards (#422), p. 15.
Pics From Kenosha '74 (photos), p. 16.
Do You Need to Renew?, p. 18.
Letter – club roster provides information about car survival rates, by Roger J. Rio, Jr. (#786), p. 18.
1939 Nash, LaFayette Repair & Tuneup Manual, p. 19.
Photo: Scene from Kenosha '74, p. 30.

Volume 5, No. 4 – July-August 1974
Cover Photo: 1929 Nash Special Six Model 433.
Notes from Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
August 2nd and 3rd – Kenosha Meet, p. 2.
Comments from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 2.
Northern California News, by Connie Graeber (#81), p. 3.
Attention - Eastern Members, p. 3.
In Memorium: Lloyd Kyser, p. 3.
Letter – laments lack of restoration assistance from other club members, by Ronnie C. Williams, p. 3.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 4.
Nash '600' Invades ISU, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 5.
Lincoln Highway Glad Hand News, p. 6.
Nash History Quiz, p. 7.
My Nash Story (1929 Special 6, Model 433), by Charles McCary (#58), p. 8.
Come On, Do It!! (form an NCCA region), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 10.
Ladies Corner (period costumes), by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 12.
Ridiculous Day (Nash participation in a community event), p. 15.
May – Rough Month for Reno Nashes, by J. C. Miller (#532), p. 15.
The Nash Six Four-Passenger Car (1918, transcript of promotional material), p. 16. Contributed by Vince Ruffolo.
Fifth Annual National NCCA Meet (Kenosha), p. 21.

Volume 5, No. 3 – May-June 1974
Cover Photo: 1932 Nash.
Ridiculous Day, by Jim Petersen (#845).
Notes from Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of (1932 Nash), by David Currie (#37), p. 2.
Notes from B & B, by Bob & Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 3.
Nash News from Northern California, by Roger & Connie Graeber (#81), p. 3.
Fifth Annual National NCCA Meet (Kenosha), p. 4.
Jeffrey Estate, p. 4. Contributed by John A. Conde, Asst. Dir. Public Relations, AMC.
The “Old Rambler”, by Darrell and Marlene Rader (#137), p. 5.
1930 Nash, p. 6.
Advertisement for 1929 Nash Models, p. 7.
1950 NASH Rambler Convertible (promotional material), p. 8.
The Problem Clinic (questions about various models), p. 10.
Nash History Quiz No. 1, by Bob Cosgrove (#321), p. 10.
Reno Swap Meet Cancelled, p. 11.
Status of effort to obtain recognition of the Metropolitan by the Milestone Car Society, p. 11.
Ladies Corner, by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 11.

Volume 5, No. 2 – March-April 1974
Cover Photo: 1932 Nash.
Parts Locator Status, p. 1.
Club Items and Back Issues of T.N.T. for Sale, p. 1.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 2.
Metropolitan Owner's Club, p. 4.
Penn-Ohio Spring Meet, p. 4.
NCCA North Eastern Regional Members Meet in Massachusetts, by Bob Majeski (#2), p. 5.
Notice (New Editor), by Chuck Rizzo (#75), p. 5.
My 1932 Nash, by Larry Wood (#414), p. 6.
Photo of 1933 Nash Century of Progress World's Fair Display, p. 8.
1949-1951 Nash Front Suspension & Steering, p. 9.
Advertisement for Nash Four and Six, p. 19.
1955 Hudson (advertisement), p. 20.
Image of 1913 Jeffery Truck, p. 22.

Volume 5, No. 1 – January-February 1974
Cover Photo: 1932 Nash 970.
Club Items and Back Issues of T.N.T. for Sale, p. 1.
The 1973 Harrisburg Meet, by Betty Dworschack (#237), p. 1.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 3.
Street is Neat (on using old cars), by George C. Vikos, Jr. (#730), p. 4.
Oregon NCCA Meet, by Mike Larsen (#8), p. 5.
Congratulations on Formation of Northeast Region of NCCA, p. 5.
The Coincidence (1932 Nash 970), by Charles Roenfeldt (#677), p. 6.
Northern California Regional Meet, p. 6.
In Memory of Byron Bey, p. 7.
Another Nash Beauty (1930 Nash promotional material), p. 8.
Advertisement for 1936 Nash models, p. 10.
Special Notice to All Nash Dealers: Information on the 1956 Ambassador 6 Super, p. 12.
1939 Nash Specification Data, p. 13.

Volume 4, No. 6 – November-December 1973
Cover Photo: Nash Quad.
Club Items and Back Issues of T.N.T. for Sale, p. 1.
Notes From The Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
Nash Quad, by Donald J. Neilson (#802), p. 2.
1953 Nash Healey Roadster Takes Best of Show at LaFayette Concourse, p. 3.
Northern California Regional Chapter Charter Day Meet – August 25, 1973, p. 4.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 5.
An Open Letter To The Membership (regarding helping club officers to perform their duties), by Darrell & Marlene Rader (#317), p. 5.
Parts Locator Service, p. 5.
Nash Club Stationery, p. 7.
Advertisement for 1928 Nash, p. 8.
1935 LaFayette, p. 9.
In Seventeen Years Nash Motors Grew And Prospered, p. 17.
Advertisement for 1932 Nash 2nd Series Models, p. 23.

Volume 4, No. 5 – September-October 1973
Cover Photo: 1932 Nash Model 971.
Club Items and Back Issues of T.N.T. for Sale, p. 1.
The Nash Car Club of America Annual Treasurer's Report, by Robert Aaron, p. 1.
Nash Club Stationery, p. 2.
Nominations for Officers, p. 2.
Parts Locator Service, p. 3.
Member Travels to India, by John S. White (#274), p. 3.
Justification for Owning an Old Car, by George C. Vikos, Jr. (#730), p. 4.
Nash Model Numbering System, 1935-1957, Part II, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 4.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 7.
Kenosha '73 (with photos), by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 9.
1932 Nash 971, by Harry Black (#138), p. 17.
1951 Nash-Healey (promotional material), p. 19.

Volume 4, No. 4 – July-August 1973
Cover Photo: 1955 Metropolitan.
Club Items and Back Issues of T.N.T. for Sale, p. 1.
Notice (judges sought for Kenosha Nash show), p. 1.
N.C.C.A. Kenosha National Meet, p. 1.
Hudson - Metropolitan (1955 Hudson-Metropolitan), by R. D. 'Stan' Standley (#496), p. 2.
Notes From The Nash Nook, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 4.
Members Nash in "Rod and Custom Magazine" (August 1973, 1932 Ambassador), p. 5.
Harry's Hudson (1957 Hudson), by Harry Downing (#147), p. 6.
Royal Victorian Tour, Victoria, B.C., by R. D. 'Stan' Standley (#494), p. 6.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 8.
Nash Model Numbering System, 1918-1934 – Part I, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 9.
Letter – enjoys reading the "Ramblings" column, by Roger Graeber (#81), p. 11.
Letter – appreciation for club services, by J. Pat McCann (#202), p. 11.
Letter – appreciation for Nash Times, by Paul Lehman, Jr. (#649), p. 11.
Nash Club Stationery, p. 11.
California N.C.C.A. Meet, by Mike Larsen (#8), p. 12.
Advertisement for 1907 Rambler Model 21, p. 13.
1938 Nash (promotional material), p. 14.

Volume 4, No. 3 – May-June 1973
Cover Photo: 1929 Nash Special Six Model 444.
Club Items and Back Issues of T.N.T. for Sale.
The Nash Club Library, by Bob Aaron (#38).
Treasury Report (will not be published in each issue).
Info To The “Old Rambler” (on Jim Dworschack's engine rebuilding methods), by Bob Dworschack (#237), p. 1.
Letter – expressing thanks for restoration assistance, by John J. Conigliaro (#602), p. 1.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 1.
Parts Vendor Service, p. 3.
Nash Club Stationery, p. 3.
Judging Passed (at NCCA meets), p. 3.
Attention Nash Car Club Members (members invited to car show), p. 4.
Charlie's Corner (questions about paint colors, shocks reconditioning, vibration damper), by Carl Barnhard (#102), p. 4.
Notice (about registration at Kenosha National Meet), p. 4.
Of Interest To Members (1927 Roadster in 1973 Exxon Calendar), by Bob Cosgrove (#321), p. 5.
N.C.C.A. Scrapbook (car photos sought), p. 5.
My 1929 Nash, by Wayne Wenger (#362), p. 5.
Installation and Operating Instructions – Nash Long Distance Radio, 1942-1948, by Nash Motors, p. 8.
1930-1940 Car Color List Nash-LaFayette, p. 14.
Lucky Lott Hell Drivers (using 1951 Nashes & Ramblers), p. 16.

Volume 4, No. 2 – March-April 1973
Cover Photo: 1950 Rambler Convertible.
The Nash Car Club of America Treasurer's Report, by Robert Aaron, p. 1.
The Nash Club Library, p. 1.
Letter – appreciation for Nash Times, by Dan Niehaus (#7120), p. 2.
1972 National Meet Longest Distance Driven, p. 2.
New Nash Technical Service Manual Available from A.M.C., p. 2.
Letter – writer offers leads to '50 and '51 Nashes, by Max O. Heim, p. 2.
Editor's Note: how to run ads in more than one issue, by Chuck Rizzo (#75), p. 2.
Letter – expressing appreciation for club, by Carl Barnhart (#102), p. 2.
Election Results, p. 3.
Notice (membership expiration date on membership cards), p. 3.
Tips (regarding clutch interchange 1926-29 and manifold gaskets 1918-1929), p. 3.
NCCA Kenosha National Meet, p. 3.
It's Up To You!! (on whether to have judged meets), p. 4.
Club Items and Back Issues of T.N.T. for Sale, p. 5.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 5.
My Convertible Ride (1950 Rambler), by Jim Van Druff (#358), p. 6.
Advertisement for 1949 Nash "600", p. 8.
Motor Tuneup – All 1941 Nash Models, p. 9.
Auto Review: The 1955 Nash, p. 15.
1918 Nash Overhead Valve Six (advertisement), p. 17.

Volume 4, No. 1 – January-February 1973
Cover Photo: 1937 LaFayette.
Nash Technical Service Manuals, p. 1.
California's "Get Acquainted" Picnic, by Roger Graeber (#81), p. 1.
To: N.C.C.A. 1972 National Meet Exhibitors, p. 2.
The Nash Car Club of America Treasurer's Report, by Robert Aaron, p. 2.
Two Nash Place At Illiana Show, by Lennel (Lee) Royer (#40), p. 2.
Board Meeting, p. 3.
Northern Illinois Meet, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 3.
Ramblings, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 4.
Cover Story - 1937 LaFayette, by Steve Jewett (#527), p. 5.
“Nash LaFayettes” (1937), by Steve Jewett (#527), p. 5.
Kenosha National Meet, p. 6.
It's A '27, No, It's A '28 - Model & Year identification, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 6.
Club Items and Back Issues of T.N.T. for Sale, p. 9.
1925 Transmission Assembly, p. 10.
Novelties (copies of promotional material targeted at dealers), p. 15.
Nash LaFayette - New Bodies - New Appearance - Increased Power (promotional material), p. 16.
1914 Jeffery Advertisement, p. 18.
Club Members' Cars, by Bob Aaron (#38), p. 19.
126 Years of Craftmanship - The Story Behind the Nash Body Division (part 3), by John A. Conde (#60), p. 19.
Presenting the New Nash-Healey Sports Car (advertisement), p. 22.

Volume 3, No. 6 – November-December 1972
Cover Photo: 1948 Nash Ambassador Coupe.
The Nash Car Club of America Treasurer's Report, by Robert Aaron, p. 1.
Michigan Nash Meet, p. 1.
Nash Technical Service Manuals (1941-48), p. 2.
Club Library Started, p. 2.
Club Scrap Book, p. 2.
Classified Advertisements, p. 2.
Index To TNTs, Volume 1 Number 1 to Volume 3 Number 3, p. 3.
126 Years of Craftmanship Part II - The story behind the Nash body division, by John A. Conde (#60), p. 5.
Nash introduces first single-unit body (copy of promotional material), p. 6.
My '48 Coupe (Ambassador), by Buzzy Paricka (#74), p. 7.
My 400 De Luxe (1936), by Patrick Van der Stricht (#449), p. 8.
The “Old Rambler”, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 9.
Veteran Car Buff is Nuts About Nash - Aschaffenburg, Germany (Russ Little, #351), p. 11.
Advertisement for 1914 Jeffery, p. 12.
The Nash Overdrive 4600-4700 Series, p. 13.

Volume 3, No. 4-5 – July-October 1972
Cover Photo: 1936 Nash "400".
Nominating Committee For Officers, p. 1.
Combined Issue Of T.N.T., p. 1.
Overseas Dues, p. 1.
The Nash Car Club of America Treasurer's Report, p. 1.
Letter – on recruiting, by Tom O'Rourke (#540), p. 2.
Club Items and Back Issues of T.N.T. for Sale, p. 2.
Letter – on Detroit Nash show with only four cars, by Bill Waugaman, p. 2.
Thank You (for help during National Meet), p. 2.
Nash Technical Service Manuals (1941-48), p. 3.
Classified Advertisements, p. 3.
Club Library Started, p. 3.
Club Scrap Book, p. 3.
960 Series (promotional booklet for 1932 First Series Nash Six with specifications), p. 4.
Our Third NCCA National Meet (Kenosha, with photos), by Chuck Rizzo (#75), p. 9.
“The Nash Illustrated Travelogue” (1930 promotional piece), p. 14.
Advertisement for the Nash "400", p. 16.
Four Years & My "400", by Chuck Rizzo (#75), p. 17.
The Restorer - A biography of Clifford Sklarek No. 120 (his connection with the Jeffery company), by Walter Drew (Publisher & Editor, Antique Motors News), p. 18.
126 Years of Craftmanship Part I - The story behind the Nash body division, by John A. Conde (#60), p. 23.

Volume 3, No. 3 – May-June 1972
Cover Photo: 1940 Nash Ambassador.
Renewal Time, p. 1.
Notice (information for members), p. 1.
Club Items Now Available To Members, p. 1.
Please Note (issue of "Action Era Vehicle" devoted to Nash, TNT ad instructions, LaFayette name plate), p. 2.
The Nash Car Club of America Treasurer's Report, by Robert Aaron, p. 2.
National Meet Banquet (Kenosha), p. 2.
Nash Car Club of America's 3rd Annual National Meet (Kenosha), p. 3.
Nash Meet Fees, p. 3.
Results of Election, p. 3.
Results of Ballots on Name Change of Club, p. 3.
Correction (CCCA recognizes no Nash models, excepting the 1938 Jensen with a Nash engine), by W.A. McNight, Jr., p. 3.
The Little Red Coupe (1940 Ambassador), by Bill Dye, p. 4.
Charlie's Corner (1937 LaFayette options), p. 5.
Cartoon (featuring a 1950 Rambler convertible), p. 5.
New Roster, by Mike Larsen (#8), p. 5.
The '500' Has Been Won (on club membership), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 6.
Nash Advanced Six – Series 161 Carburetor operation, p. 7.
1957 Rebel Drive Report, p. 11.

Volume 3, No. 2 – March-April 1972
Cover Photo: 1948 Nash.
Notice (information regarding membership and request for volunteers), p. 1.
The Nash Car Club of America Treasurer's Report, by Robert Aaron, p. 1.
In Memory of Einar Knutson (#366), p. 2.
Charlie's Corner (questions about showroom catalog, Packard engines and Nash paint colors), p. 2.
To All Members of the Nash Car Club of America (program booklet), p. 2.
We Made A Mistake (errors on membership cards), p. 2.
Nash Facts (Nash firsts and other Nash trivia), by Bob Cosgrove, p. 3.
This & Data (early Rambler facts), by Vince Ruffolo (#30), p. 3.
Nash Tips (comments on parts and paint), by John Dudley (#67), p. 3.
Drat You '28 Nash!, by Darrell A. Rader (The Old Rambler, #317), p. 5.
Michigan Nash Meet - June 10, 1972, by John & Jane Garrison (#36), p. 5.
Please Note (3rd National Meet in Kenosha information), p. 6.
New Nostolgia (Automobile Quarterly has good article "The Postware Collectible Comes of Age"), p. 6.
National Meet Banquet, p. 6.
My '48 Convertible (1948 Ambassador), by Roger A. Fonk, p. 7.
Nash Airflyte Advertisement, p. 8.
Cartoon (featuring a '50s Nash), p. 8.
1954 Nash Advertisement, p. 9.
1954 Nash Reprint, p. 9.
Advertisement for the Nash Four, p. 16.

Volume 3, No. 1 – January-February 1972
Cover Photo: 1940 Nash Ambassador.
The Nash Car Club of America Treasurer's Report, by Robert Aaron, p. 1.
Club Items Now Available To Members, p. 1.
Renewal Time, p. 1.
Notice (on club roster, TNT, and scrapbook), p. 1.
NASHional Meet Banquet (Kenosha), p. 2.
This & Data Early Rambler facts, p. 3.
This & Data (Rambler wins race in 1902), by Vince Ruffolo (#30), p. 3.
To All Members of the Nash Car Club of America (program booklet), p. 3.
First Love (1940 Nash Ambassador), by Bill Archer, Jr., p. 4.
Cartoon (featuring a 1950? Rambler), p. 5.
1906 Rambler, p. 6.
Clutch Service, 1949 Nash "600" and Ambassador 6 (Nash Technical Service Manual), by Nash Motors, p. 10. Contributed by Charles Giorno.
Advertisement for early Rambler, p. 16.

Volume 2, No. 6 – November-December 1971
Cover Photo: 1934 Nash.
Articles about Early Ramblers.
Notice (information for members), p. 1.
Odds and Ends (membership issues), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 1.
Charlie's Corner (questions about various issues and models), p. 2.
Cartoon from 1950 advertising campaign featuring Nash, p. 2.
Photo of Rambler station wagon used by Kenosha Police, p. 3.
This & Data (Early Rambler facts), p. 3.
The Beast (1924 Nash Ambassador 8), by Luther Larson (#29), p. 4.
1942 Nash Promotional Material, p. 6.
Message From Europe, by Wim Bloemendahl (#283), p. 11.
Advertisement for Jeffery Quad Truck, p. 16.
Advertisement for 1951 Airflyte, p. 20.
Roster Supplement No. 2, p. 21.
Metropolitan Wins Canadian Stock Car Race, p. 22.

Volume 2, No. 5 – September-October 1971
Cover Photo: 1934 LaFayette.
Notice (information for members), by Chuck Rizzo (#75, Editor), p. 1.
Advertisement for 1905 Surry Type I, p. 2.
NCCA Treasury Report, by Robert Aaron, p. 2.
Advertisement for 1932 Nash 2nd Series Models, p. 3.
Articles about Early Ramblers, p. 4. Contributed by Vince Ruffolo.
This & Data (Early Rambler facts), by Vince Ruffolo (#30), p. 7.
Advertisement for 1938 Nash Models, p. 8.
The Hung (1934 Nash Big Six), by Carl Barnhard Barnhart, p. 9.
Charlie's Corner (overheating tips), by Charles Giorno (#3), p. 13.
Cartoon (featuring a '50s Nash), p. 13.
Nash 4640 and 4660 Technical Information, p. 14. Contributed by Charles Giorno.
Roster Supplement No. 1, p. 20.
Advertisement for 1916 Jeffery Models, p. 24.

Volume 2, No. 4 – July-August 1971
Cover Photo: 1940 Nash Special Roadster (designed by Sakhnoffsky).
Hydraulic brakes 1935, by Charles Giorno (#3).
The Nash Car Club of America Treasurer's Report, by Robert Aaron, p. 1.
Special Interest Autos Establishes Car Collector's Appreciation Award, p. 2.
Coming Events: Fraser Club Invites NCCA Members to Meet, p. 2.
Reno Report - 1971 (Swap Meet), by Mike Larsen (#8), p. 3.
The Nash's Naughty Forty (1940 Nash Special Roadster), by Reggie Nash (#5), p. 4.
Western Regional NCCA Picnic, by Bob Sohl (#13), p. 7.
Thank You For Your Help At The NCCA Meet, by Chuck Rizzo (#75, Editor), p. 8.
Breakdown of member's cars by year, make, members by state, by Bob Aaron (#38), p. 10.
N.C.C.A. 2nd National Meet Winners, p. 11.
N.C.C.A. 2nd National Meet, by Charles Giorno (#3), p. 12.
Articles about Early Ramblers, p. 15. Contributed by Vince Ruffolo.
Transmission and Free Wheeling 980 1931 era (Nash Service Bulletin No. 144, August 20, 1931), by Nash Motors, p. 18. Contributed by Charles Giorno.
1914 Jeffery Advertisement, p. 24.

Volume 2, No. 3 – May-June 1971
Cover Photo: 1930 Nash Model 453.
Performance Problems 1918-1920's Advanced Six, by Charles Giorno (#3).
#30 Finds A '30 ( Nash Single Six Coach), by Vince Ruffolo (#30), p. 3.
Charlie's Corner (heat problems in 1918 through early 1930s Nashes), p. 4.
Marry Her and Take the Car! (1929 Nash), by Kenneth Fribrance (#119), p. 5.
Articles about Early Ramblers, p. 6. Contributed by Vince Ruffolo.
The Nash Clutch – 1200 Series (Nash Service Bulletin No. 163, November 1933), by Nash Motors, p. 9. Contributed by Charles Giorno.
Classes for Nash Car Club Shows - National Meet Application, p. 13.
Second Annual National Meet - August 21st (Kenosha), p. 14.
Advertisement for 1903 Rambler Model E, p. 15.
Advertisement for 1906 Rambler Model 15, p. 16.

Volume 2, No. 2 – March-April 1971
New Region Meeting (Illinois & Wisconsin area), p. 2.
Gasoline Gauge rebuilding information – parts, by Charles Giorno (#3), p. 3.
Nine-Seventy (1932 First Series), by Mike Larsen (#8), p. 4.
Article by Clifford Sklarek about a 1951 Nash-Healey is in "Antique Motor News", p. 7.
Articles about Early Ramblers, p. 8. Contributed by Vince Ruffolo.
Nash and LaFayette electric clocks (1935-36 Borg Electric), p. 10.
Nash Hydraulic Brake Instructions (Nash Service Bulletin No. 172, December 1934), by Nash Motors, p. 11.
1970 IVVC Australian Rally (1925 Special Six Roadster participates), by Harold Kidd, p. 13.
Advertisement for 1907 Rambler Model 25, p. 18.

Volume 2, No. 1 – January-February 1971
Cover Photo: Two 1948 Nash Trucks.
Cars In The Club, p. 1.
Notice of Explanation of Membership (club dues system), p. 2.
Classes for Nash Car Club Shows, p. 3.
The Nash Times seeks contributing editors, p. 3.
Charlie's Corner: Question about liquid for 1920s gasoline gauges, p. 4.
Photo of 1908 Rambler Car Exhibit, p. 6.
Articles about Early Ramblers, p. 7. Contributed by Vince Ruffolo.
Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow (1948 Nash Truck), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 9.
The Nash Car Club of America Treasurer's Report, by Robert Aaron, p. 13.
My 1948 Nash Wrecker, by Jedes Robards (#152), p. 14.
Nash-Healey Club Invites NCCA Members to Their Regional Meet, p. 15.
Information on the 1951 Nash Ambassador, p. 16.
Advertisement for Rambler Model 34 (1908), p. 19.

Volume 1, No. 6 – November-December 1970
Cover Photo: 1931 Nash Model 870.
Editorial (editorial policy of The Nash Times), p. 1.
Official Treasurer's Report, p. 1.
Cover (information about 1931 Nash Model 870 featured on issue's front cover), p. 2.
Election (results), p. 2.
Charles W. Nash, p. 3.
Know Your Motor, Serial, and Model Numbers, p. 4.
Technical Stuff: Ignition Timing 1930-1934, p. 5.
Return of a 1932 Nash (Series 980 Victoria Convertible), by James H. Davis, p. 7.
Note – there is also a club for Nash-Healeys, p. 9.
Advertisement for 1914 Jeffery, p. 14.

Volume 1, No. 5 – September-October 1970
Cover Photo: 1946 Nash "600".
Official Treasurer's Report, p. 1.
First Annual Indiana NCCA Fall Tour, by Lennel (Lee) Royer (#40), p. 2.
Wondering What's Been Happening (club news), by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 4.
Drawing of Rambler Factory in 1908, p. 5.
1970 NCCA Winners (photos), p. 6.
Advertisement for 1904 Rambler Model K, p. 9.

Volume 1, No. 4 – July-August 1970
Cover Photo: 1928 Nash Standard Six Model 323.
A New Editor (Paul Gramlich taking place of Bob Majeski), by Bob Majeski (#2).
Technical Assistance (volunteers listed), p. 1.
On The Cover (1928 Nash Special Six Model 323), p. 1.
The First National Meet of the Nash Car Club of America, by Jim Dworschack (#1), p. 2.
Official Treasurer's Report, p. 4.
1934 Nash Wheel Bearings – 1200 Series, p. 5.
The Life of Wiley (1932 Nash Big Six), by Wiley Patterson, p. 6.
Technical Stuff – Stewart Vacuum Tank Problems, p. 8.
Official NCCA Ballot for Club Officers 1971, p. 9.
Advertisement for Nash "400", p. 10.
Advertisement for 1934 Nash Models, p. 15.

Volume 1, No. 3 – May-June 1970
Cover Photo: 1929 Nash Special Six, Model 440.
Official Results of First Club Election (club name, newsletter title, and emblem decided).
On The Cover (information about 1928 Special Six Model 440 pictured on issue cover), p. 1.
Technical Assistance (volunteers listed), p. 1.
Club Recognition (John Conde of AMC, and the editors of "Antique Automobile Magazine" and "Automobile Quarterly" praise formation of club), p. 2.
Advertisement for 1904 Rambler Models K and L, p. 3.
Policy on giving current year's back issue to new members, p. 3.
Nash Electric Fuel Gauge – 1200 Series (Nash Service Bulletin No. 164, December 1933), by Nash Motors, p. 4.
Torques - head, main and Rod bearing 1941-1955, by Bob Aaron (#38), p. 5.
My Carefree Years (1937 LaFayette), by Rev. Robert Needham, p. 6.
The First Nash Meet - Indianapolis Speedway, p. 8.
Advertisement for 1916 Jeffery Seven-Passenger Six, p. 14.

Volume 1, No. 2 – March-April 1970
Cover Photo: 1934 Nash Ambassador.
Celebrity (NCCA member featured with 1930 Model 486 Roadster in 1969 edition of the American Motors Family Album, p. 1.
Hershey (possible site of Eastern Region Fall Meet), p. 1.
The First Nash Central Regional Meet - Indianapolis Speedway, p. 1.
Advertisement for 1932 Nash Models), p. 2.
The Nash Club Treasurer's Report, p. 3.
Big Bertha (1934 Nash Ambassador 8), by Paul W. Gramlich (#95), p. 4.
We're Classified (Editor requests members not send long part want lists to publish), p. 6.
Stories (editor requests members to send stories about their cars), p. 6.
Here to Stay (971 members in club now), p. 6.
The Foxboro Mass. Race Track Meet, p. 7.
Advertisement for 1903 Rambler, p. 7.
Advertisement for 1906 Rambler Model 14, p. 10.

Volume 1, No. 1 – January-February 1970
Cover Image: Drawing of Old Nash Radiator Cap.
Dedication (first issue dedicated to Thomas B. Jeffery), by Bob Majeski (#2), p. 1.
Growing Interest (Clifford Sklarek in process of writing a book about Nash), p. 2.
Advertisement for Nash Advanced Six, p. 3.
Harrah's Helping Hand (it's Nash collection), p. 4.
Lubrication Chart for Nash Standard Six Series 320 (1928), p. 5.
Whistle While You Work (invites members to help name club and magazine, and create emblem), p. 6.
They Heard the Call (members thanked for sending out membership applications), p. 6.
Big Change (all modern Ramblers included in membership application), p. 6.
Roster (to accompany 3rd issue), p. 6.
Advertisement for Nash Special Six Cabriolet (1927?), p. 7.
Advertisement for 1923 or 1924 Nash Victoria, p. 11.