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1957 Nash Ambassador Custom, original manuals, title is screwed up

1957 Nash Ambassador Custom

Condition: Used
Make: Nash
Model: Ambassador Custom
Type: Sedan
Year: 1957
Mileage: 123,456
VIN: V17402
Color: Red
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gray
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Burns, Wyoming, United States

Description for Nash Ambassador Custom 1957

This car has been sitting in a field since 2000. My Dad purchased this car from someone in FL off an add in Hemmings, had it shipped to IL, and when Illinois got their hands on the title, they screwed it up by one number. Fast forward to my Dad moving to Wyoming to be with me, passing away and then finding out when I went to put it in my name, that IL had screwed up one number in the VIN and I could not transfer it. Wyoming cannot help me, Illinois will not help me, and I have too many other things on my plate right now. So, I have the Illinois title, you can get a new one, use the car for parts, whatever. My Dad and Step mom are passed on, the address on the Illinois title hasn't been lived at for 10 years, so if you get a new title, and they send a cert letter to the last known address, nobody is going to say squat. That being said...The exterior of the car is pretty solid, but it has been repainted from black to red, a LONG time ago, and I cannot tell you the original color of interior, either. Little bits of rust in the usual places and corners. The tires are trash. Glass is all good except for the windshield. The interior is in "sitting in a field for 20 years," shape. REALLY ROUGH. I have a couple of door handles and an arm rest, the hub caps continental kit and I believe all the hard wear to attach it. Then there are the 2 white pieces of trim in the one pic, on the floorboard...NO IDEA what they are for, lol. The seats are in it, but are really bad. The man who was storing it for me told me he got it to turn over a couple of years ago, but I was not there, so totally hearsay. No idea what actual miles are, comes with the original manuals. Please feel free to message for more info/pics. I am not trying to hide anything, just not sure what all info a collector might want. I just want it to be safe from hail season here in Wyoming. I work from home, so I will be more than happy to do whatever I can to help out with whomever the buyer chooses to use for shipping.