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Nash Statesman

Summary
The Nash Statesman is a full-sized automobile that was built by Nash Motors for the 1950 through 1956 model years in two generations. The Statesman series was positioned between the top-line Nash Ambassador and above the Nash Rambler. First generation (1950 and 1951) Nash developed its post–World War II automobiles using an advanced unit-body construction with fastback aerodynamic styling under the Airflyte name, reflecting a popular styling trend in the 1950s. The cars were available as a two- or four-door sedan. A distinguishing feature of all Nashes are the "skirted" fenders. Although the turning circle could be compromised, the front track is narrower by nearly three inches: the front is just under while the rear track is . The base Nash 600 was renamed Nash Statesman for the 1950 model year. The wheelbase of the Statesman was shorter than the companion Ambassador line. This was achieved by using a shorter front "clip" (the portion of a car from the cowl forwa
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