The Nash Motors exhibit at the Century of Progress World’s Fair, 1933, Chicago.
Billed as an “Endless Chain of Cars in a Tower of Glass,” the autos would rise up on one side, move over at the top and the go down on the other. You could also buy your brand new Nash at the fair for $695, then go up to Kenosha and pick it up at the plant.

The Nash Motors exhibit at the Century of Progress World’s Fair, 1933, Chicago.

Billed as an “Endless Chain of Cars in a Tower of Glass,” the autos would rise up on one side, move over at the top and the go down on the other. You could also buy your brand new Nash at the fair for $695, then go up to Kenosha and pick it up at the plant.

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    THAT SOUNDS AWESOME. Also, Kenosha.
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