The style suggests it is from the 1930s, maybe 1935. Identification features are the grill, the crease in the front fender and the ribs on the hood. It has three bumper guards, the center one taller than the other two, but these may or may not be factory issue. Bolt-on bumper guards were a common third party acessory.
yes we have guessed it to be in 30's but that's as far as we've got. the fenders also have two raised strips on them.
We know not a chevy or ford.
Looks pretty close to the Nash Advanced Six Series 3520 4-Door Sedan 1935 photo in the below web site (third row down, third car over).
Thank you reekola, so much for taking the time to find this.
No problem Patches 02! Amazing what you can get from the internet! Truly an amaxing invention - all the info. in the world at your fingertips in seconds!
That is a pretty cool car.
That's an attractive car. How did Nash go from that to those hideous blimps-on-wheels they made in the '40s?