1953 Nash-healey by pininfarina
Third Floor - History
In 1951 Nash Motors Company collaborated with British engineer Donald Healey to produce the Nash Healey, an Anglo-American hybrid that used the chassis of the Healey Silverstone sports car and the six-cylinder engine of the Nash. The following year, a partnership with Battista “Pinin” Farina would impact the styling of the entire Nash lineup. Introduced in 1952, the new Pininfarina designed Nash-Healey combined recognizable styling elements of full-size Nash vehicles with the fleet silhouette popularized by the Italian school.