Nash Rambler Palm Beach Concept (1956) – Talking about old cars, can not be separated from the concept of a luxury car with a selection of colors that are very striking and bright. One of the cars that has two things is Nash Rambler Palm Beach Concept.
Coated with dark green paint color with several angles that look curved like having an aerodynamic system makes this car have its own market. Created in 1956, the Nash Rambler Palm Beach Concept seems very classic but also looks modern. Let’s review some of the appearances below.
Having a very wide bonnet as in luxury cars in general, the Nash Rambler Palm Beach Concept brings a unique design to the nose and front lights. Nash Rambler Palm Beach Concept headlights like having a separate space and separate with a hood so it looks very prominent.
Nash Rambler Palm Beach Concept looks very alive when viewed from the front when I first saw this car, it is undeniable that everyone will be interested like me.
Turning on the back of the car, I have said above that this car is like having an aerodynamic side on its design, it looks like the rear body has wings that make it look like an airplane. Alloy metal on the back is also a distinctive feature of this car.
Seen from the right and left side, there is one unique line that signifies that this is Nash Rambler Palm Beach Concept. Looks like lightning that blends at the bottom of the body.
The wheels used in the Nash Rambler Palm Beach Concept are also different from other cars because they are equipped with a striking white. With two doors with matching green, this car is very iconic.
The car had plenty of space for two passengers along with quite a bit of room for luggage. Originally the Palm Beach was equipped with Nash wheel discs, but at some point they were replaced for wheel covers with the Rambler ‘R’ on them. The Palm Beach also featured crossed flag emblems very similar to the Nash-Healey’s. All of the major mechanical components, including Nash’s popular clutch-pedal starting system came from a 100-inch-wheelbase Rambler. This clutch-pedal system replaced the starter button underneath the clutch pedal. To activate the starter the driver had to fully depress the clutch, a safety feature that rid the chance of accidentally starting in gear.
For the interior design, this car uses leather to cover the seat and almost all parts of the dashboard, the steering wheel that looks very large fits perfectly with the speedometer that hides behind the wheel.
If given the opportunity, would you like to drive this car? I myself would not refuse to try to bring this car around the city.