As she walked up the driveway, the red/white Nash Metropolitan caught her eye. It was a small car, but there was something about it that spoke to her. As she got closer, she could see that it was a 1961 model, well cared for and in beautiful condition. She walked around the car, taking in every detail. The chrome accents sparkled in the sunlight, and the white walls on the tires were like new. Opening the door, she was greeted by a bright and cheerful interior, complete with red and white upholstery and a dashboard that looked like it had just rolled off the factory floor. Find this 1961 Nash Metropolitan bidding for $6,108 reserve-not-met with buy-it-now of $12,000 and 4 days to go, located in Cotati, CA via ebay motors.
As she sat behind the wheel, she couldn’t help but smile. This was the car of her dreams. She had always loved the unique style of the Nash Metropolitan, and this 1961 model was the perfect example of why.
She turned the key and the car roared to life. It wasn’t a particularly powerful engine, but it had a certain charm that she couldn’t resist. She put the car in gear and pulled out of the driveway, feeling the wind in her hair as she drove down the road.
As she drove, she thought about all of the adventures she could have in this car. She could take it on road trips, or just enjoy cruising around town on a lazy Sunday afternoon. It was the perfect car for a free spirit like her, someone who didn’t want to be tied down by the constraints of a big, bulky vehicle.
And then she realized something. This car wasn’t just a machine, it was a reflection of her own personality. It was small, but it was mighty. It was unique, but it was classic. It was a statement, but it was also subtle.
As she pulled back into the driveway, she knew she had to have this car. It was a part of her, a piece of her soul that she couldn’t live without. And so, she made the purchase, knowing that she had found her perfect match in the 1961 Nash Metropolitan.
And as she drove off into the sunset, she couldn’t help but think that maybe, just maybe, this car was more than just a machine. Maybe it was destiny. And who knows? Maybe her next great adventure was just around the corner, waiting to be discovered in the driver’s seat of her beloved Nash Metropolitan.
From the seller:
1961 Nash Metroplitan – Once Owned by Danielle Steele. Ruby needs a new home. Buy this way cool little cruiser and watch the smiles from everyone you see! The definition of cute, this little metro received a professionally done Nissan motor and auto transmission transplant, so it not only ALWAYS starts and runs, it is easy to drive and can handle the freeway. Receipts included.
Previously celebrity owned, we’ve had it since 2006 and now it is time for someone else to have fun with her.
The Nash Metropolitan was an American automobile that was sold from 1953 to 1961. The Metropolitan was also sold as a Hudson when Nash and Hudson merged in 1954 to form the American Motors Corporation (AMC), and later as a standalone marque during the Rambler years, as well as in the United Kingdom and other markets. January 1959 saw the start of Metropolitan Series IV (NK4) production. This major redesign saw the addition of an external decklid and vent windows.
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