1957 Met Sport Coupe! Fresh From Storage, Over $3k in Recent Services!
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This Nash Metropolitan may be small in stature, but not in character! This bucket of sunshine was recently rescued from a long, 20-30 year slumber in a Wisconsin shed. It originally came out of Hollywood, CA and we believe it remained there until 1983, when it came to Wisconsin. It has been in the same family ever since. Thanks to an old-school mechanic who can read the mind of any classic car, this Nash is back on the road and ready for some summertime fun-time!
Anything that this car needed to be road worthy again, was done!
Here is a list of the work done since April 2, 2021:
Rebuilt water pump
Rebuilt fuel pump
Rebuilt clutch slave cylinder
Rebuilt clutch master cylinder
Rebuilt brake master cylinder
New front & rear wheel cylinders
New coil and rotor
New speedo cable
New brake hoses
New voltage regulator
4 new tires
Fresh oil & filter
Valve cover gaskets
The paint was touched up and shined up, the interior was detailed, and with the new skins, this little lady is ready to go! With 42 horsepower, we hear it will do 0 to 60 mph in a whopping 19 seconds! Reasonable offers considered. Financing/Shipping available, we sell worldwide!
From Hagerty.com: The Metropolitan was envisioned to be a “personal use” car for shopping, commuting, etc., and was not intended to be a prime vehicle for households. It was available as a two-seat convertible or two-seat hardtop, and came equipped with a map light, electric windshield wipers and “Continental” spare tire. The Metropolitan was intentionally marketed to women of the day, the first car to have that distinction. These cars will stop car show participants in their tracks, and the look of surprise and delight on people's faces is generally something enjoyable to see.