Nash first introduced the Ambassador in 1932. Previously, the Ambassador name was used for the top trim level on the Nash Advanced Six, but starting in 1932, the name was applied to an independent model. Initially the Ambassador was launch with an inline eight engine, but in 1936 an inline six was added to the range. A variety of open and closed body styles were offered on the Ambassador, which saw production disrupted by WW2, with production halting in 1942. After the war, the Post-War Ambassadors were introduced.
Q: What is the top sale price of a Nash Ambassador - Pre-War?
A: The highest recorded sale was $71,500 for a 1932 NASH AMBASSADOR 8 CONVERTIBLE SEDAN on April 07 2017.
Q: What was the lowest recorded sale price for a Nash Ambassador - Pre-War?
A: The lowest recorded sale price was $19,000 for a 1939 Nash Ambassador on November 03 2016.
Q: What is the average sale price of a Nash Ambassador - Pre-War?
A: The average price of a Nash Ambassador - Pre-War is $36,900.
Q: What years was the Nash Ambassador - Pre-War sold?
A: The Nash Ambassador - Pre-War was sold for model years 1932 to 1942.
|1941 Nash Ambassador 6 Cabriolet||$39,000||Feb 27, 2021|
|1941 Nash Ambassador Six||$30,800||Sep 05, 2020|
|1941 Nash Ambassador||$24,200||Jan 14, 2020|
|1932 Nash Ambassador 8 Convertible Sedan||$71,500||Apr 07, 2017|
|1939 Nash Ambassador||$19,000||Nov 03, 2016|
|1940 Nash Ambassador 4 Door Sedan||€9,728||Oct 09, 2016|