1949 Nash 1 1/2 ton

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1949 Nash 1 1/2 ton

Postby Jim Reid » Mon Dec 20, 2021 4:42 pm

I have found a 1949 Nash 1 1/2 ton truck older restore six cylinder overhead valve engine stake bed i have tried to find an ides of the value of this truck all i have found were pictures of a few that were wreckers if anyone knows of a previous sale of one let me know i would love to own this truck but i don't want to pay more than it is valued at the owner is asking $15.000.

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Re: 1949 Nash 1 1/2 ton

Postby Don McCombs » Mon Dec 20, 2021 4:51 pm

I didn’t know Nash made trucks, Jim.
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Re: 1949 Nash 1 1/2 ton

Postby Jim Reid » Mon Dec 20, 2021 5:44 pm

I didn't either until i found this one.

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Re: 1949 Nash 1 1/2 ton

Postby tst » Mon Dec 20, 2021 6:26 pm

they made a lot of the early trucks, more so the bigger models I believe, sure there are not many left out there

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Re: 1949 Nash 1 1/2 ton

Postby Eugene » Mon Dec 20, 2021 7:43 pm

I also don't know the value of the 1 1/2 ton Nash truck.

Been looking for a fixer-upper pickup or small truck for several years. Decent body needing motor and or transmission. Asking prices are close to half of a new one
I have an excuse. CRS.

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Re: 1949 Nash 1 1/2 ton

Postby Bill » Tue Dec 21, 2021 2:53 pm

Don McCombs wrote:I didn’t know Nash made trucks, Jim.

My father talk about these, https://www.google.com/search?q=nashntr ... e&ie=UTF-8.
He was a veteran of WW1. Bill

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Re: 1949 Nash 1 1/2 ton

Postby staninlowerAL » Tue Dec 21, 2021 7:57 pm

Found by Google wikipedia: Nash Trucks
The first Nash trucks were the continuation of the Jeffery Quad, an all-wheel drive, all-wheel steered vehicle for military and civilian use. The Nash Quads were produced until 1928. Thereafter, Nash focused on building high-quality cars. The automaker developed a line of commercial vehicles in 1947 for export markets and offered them to its domestic dealerships.

Two models were available:

Nash 3148 a 133-inch-wheelbase weighing around 4,810 lb (2,182 kg)
Nash 3248 a 157-inch-wheelbase weighing around 4,887 lb (2,217 kg)

Nash's trucks looked more luxurious than other trucks available then, reminiscent of the contemporary Nash 600 passenger car from which much of the bodywork came. The fenders were the same as for the passenger car, albeit with larger openings made by a second panel stamping.[3]

The truck's engine came from the Nash Ambassador although in a lower state of tune, producing 104 hp (78 kW). A four-speed manual transmission was standard with an optional Timken double-reduction hypoid vacuum-shift rear axle.[1] The Studebaker Champion's smaller engine was offered on some models.

Approximately 5,000 Nash Haul Thrift trucks were produced and sold.[2][4

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Re: 1949 Nash 1 1/2 ton

Postby SamsFarm » Thu Dec 23, 2021 1:11 pm

Jim Reid wrote:I have found a 1949 Nash 1 1/2 ton truck


Some nice sweet pics would be nice! :)


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