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    Is it a Nash?

    I believe you are both right, it's a Hudson and it's a Pacemaker. 1949-50 sounds about right, too. Thank you both very much!
  2. Greetings, I've recently digitized my dad's old home videos, and this car makes a few appearances on a trip to Arizona, presumably in the 1950's, but I don't have any clear clues on the year. Apologies for the poor quality of the still images, they are obviously a screen captures from the video. I have vague memories of my dad and older brothers talking about a Nash vehicle, and I've done some research on them, but this one with its small rear window is a little different from those I saw images of. Here is the URL for the video you YouTube for some context: https://youtu.be/9i_bSJc8tUg I'd feel more comfortable entering metadata on the videos with some well-informed data as opposed to my question marks. Bonus points if someone recognizes the make of the trailer towed behind the car :-) Thanks very much in advance.
  3. You guys are lightning fast! Thanks K8096 and keiser31 for the info...and even how many were made - wow. You guys are good. Thanks again! Kent Duryee
  4. Hi all, Apologies if this isn't the place to ask this question, but here's the story: I was sorting through my grandparents' old pictures and came across quite a few of them with this car in the photos linked below. Can anyone ID the make and model for me? I'd really appreciate any information. The photos were both taken in 1930, so I would think the model year would be 1929 or 1930. Just from looking around, the closest match I could find was the Studebaker President 8, but I'm far from expert in these matters, and I don't remember my dad ever talking about his dad having one of those cars. Thanks very much, and apologies again if this isn't the place to be asking, Kent Duryee Tucson, AZ High resolution images: Here and Here