The Second Nash-Healey, PininFarina Style – 3D Photos

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The first Nash-Healeys were nice looking cars, but Donald Healey didn’t like how they looked with grilles borrowed from the Nash Ambassador. Nash president George Mason must have agreed because he had Italian designer Batista “Pinin” Farina restyle the car. Mason had been impressed with Farina’s show cars, particularly a Lancia Aurelia, and hired the designer as a consultant. For the most part, his designs were too radical for Nash’s production cars, though they wore the Pininfarina badge, but the second generation Nash-Healey was mostly his work. Frankly, I prefer the original.

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