Only 8 1934 Nash Coupes are known to exist by the Nash Club of America, only two of these are rumble set versions with the longer 112 inch wheelbase, the other is in England. Frequently asked questions: All wood in the body replaced with steel; roof filled (74 Nova) this is a resto-rod with all original unmodified body and frame except for paint. Headlights are 1932 rather than 34 fitted with halogen and new reflectors. Stamped body scallops I body are totally factory-very cutting edge in its day. Engine: 401 AMC bored to 407 dual Carter AFB 650’s; Indy aluminum heads: Keith Black pistons heavy car but it goers like scat and gets 14 mpg. Trans: Tremec 6 speed from a camera rebuilt by Quality Transmission. Rear: narrowed Ford 9 inch Suspension: Heidt’s Mustang II rack and pinion from Pete and Jakes triangulated four bar rear end. All components new or totally rebuilt in the last 11,000 miles. Vintage air, Aldan coil over shocks; steering wheel is ’33 Ford banjo, if memory serves me. Optima battery. Custom radiator does not hear. Many more custom touches. This rare 1934 Nash Coupe provides exceptional lines for an awesome streetrod! The car cruises comfortably at 75mph on the highway and looks great under the lights downtown during cruise nite. The professional work completed on this car shows inside, outside and under the hood! This Nash is reported to be 1 of only 8 produced with a rumble seat! Powering this car is a 401 AMC motor bored to 407 and has aluminum heads and 2 four bbl. carbs. The transmission is a 6 speed manual, Ford 9″ rear-end and Mustang II front suspension. To top all this off, this Nash has vintage A/C!