Not long ago I featured a Nason Pullman of the second style they produced, the Easy-Built type with stamped brass sides. Today we have an example of their earlier, sand-cast version.
we have also featured in a prior article, with a group of photos of their line of sand-cast passenger cars from Dick Gresham. Today however these photos are from Dick Kuehnemund. These models were a part of the original Nason line in 1934 and sold initially for $9 a car, quite a sum for back in that day.
Turning to the photos, the model is sand-cast aluminum with a wood roof. This Pullman looks ready for a paint job, and the castings themselves look to have been clean and well made.
All in all, this car is a retro beauty. Nason actually offered this car as an option right up to WWII but always at a higher price than the Easy-Built version. Certainly a classic model to keep your eyes peeled for.