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"No sir, that's a Nash. Buicks are on the third floor."

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He filled it up with the wrong kind of gas.

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Low milage. Never raced. Can accelerate at 32 ft per sec, per sec.

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Fred discovered that moving from the suburbs to the penthouse required some unexpected adjustments.

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I told him not to take Clark Kent's parking spot.

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Ohh Mama Mia, Atsa spicy meat's a ball. Make a everything upa si down. Evena poor ol la Nash. Burrrp. Alka Selzer to the rescue.

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Congratulations! Here you go Dave!

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As Kermit Rounded the corner with Miss Piggy at his side, Things just sort of fell into place. You might say things were going.. Ahh.. Hog Wild. Dandy Dave!

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Question: Many photos of the 1927 and 1928 Nash have 5 lug solid wheels. I have found only 2 photos with the 6 lug wheels. What distinguished 5 or 6? Was it the engine size, optional upgrade or are they aftermarket as suggested by nzcarnerd? My first guess was a 28 Chrysler. I missed the cowl light. Searching for input, thanks to all the years of knowledge and experience.

Student Chuck from the second row in Kansas

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