Could use a bath. Doesn’t start at the moment.
“1929 Nash Standard Six, Barn find! Complete and 100% original car in great shape with no rust. As the saying goes: they’re only original once. Great patina! Get it running again and drive it the way it is. Wood is in very good condition and solid. Normal small dents, dings and scratches for an original unrestored car of this age. All original paint except for small touchup at stress crack along outside edge of passenger front fender rewelded years ago (absolutely no bondo).
Single family owned since the mid-sixties when purchased from the next door neighbor. Moved via enclosed transporter to Arizona three years ago. Has always been stored inside while our family owned it. Last driven in the early eighties at local parade. The engine turns freely with the included hand crank, although I have not tried to get it started. Sadly, interests have changed and it’s time to let it go to a new home.
Driver’s door glass and fabric top need replaced. Upholstery is mostly intact. Windshield has BB size hole. Tires are old but hold air and roll freely. Brakes and steering work good. Car is complete so you won’t waste your time and money chasing down missing parts. Great winter project.”