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1934 - 1940
United States

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For 1939, the Nash-Lafayette became the base Nash series. These vehicles were identical in appearance to their senior Nash siblings, except for a shorter hood and front fenders. Located just above the running board and affixed behind the front fender was a small Lafayette body plate. Power was from a 234.8 cubic-inch six-cylinder powerplant offering nearly 100 horsepower. The Lafayette name had originally been used by Nash in 1921,when the company built a luxury automobile by that name. Production ended in 1924 and the name remained dormant until revived in 1934 - but as a lower priced car.
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