Nash classic car owner cranked up for Waterford car cruise
Image: German Medeot, 2013
It’s not every single day that you get a chance to see a 1929 Nash Rumble Seat Coupe (the same exact car favored by notorious gangsters like Bonnie and Clyde, Babyface Nelson, and John Dillinger himself) cruising up and down the main street of your local town – let alone parking in front of a United Methodist Church.
However, that’s exactly what happened just this past weekend, in celebration of the 10th Annual Cruise for Causes – a classic car show that has been going on for years and years with the help of the Michigan Car Club. And boy were the attendees more than a little bit surprised when this vintage auto pulled up to the front.
Currently owned by a private vintage automobile enthusiast who would like to remain anonymous, this old-school Coupe comes complete with vintage tommy gun (replica) machine guns, a super anti-driver, and even a handful of vintage bankrolls (replica money) to really pull off of the kind of visual impact that most folks never get to enjoy at these classic car cruises. After years and years of painstaking restoration, this is one of the more interesting and exciting automobiles – and one that makes the rounds of classic car cruises all throughout the United States on a yearly basis.