1965 Nash Ambassador
The Nash Ambassador was a luxury automobile manufactured by Nash motors from 1927 until 1957. They were lavishly equipped and beautifully constructed, earning them the nickname “The Kenosha Duesenberg.” The cars were purchased and driven by royal families. Nash made luxury cars in the 1930s like Packard, Lincoln, Duesenberg, which were trimmed luxuriously, beautifully designed built bodies. The Ambassador lost its position when Nash introduced the most expensive car in 1929 with sedan and limousine models. It was the most expensive car in the lineup. The Ambassador has received quality improvements in padding and other trim for a base price of US$2,090.