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A Cyber-Ride in a Nash Metropolitan
- Pictures, stories, and a Metropolitan quiz.
Buckeye Mets Club
- An active group of Metropolitan enthusiasts, based in Northeastern Ohio and Northwestern Pennsylvania, affiliated with the Metropolitan Owners Club of North America Inc. (M.O.C.N.A.).
Classic Cars and Games
- MVP Software presents their tribute to the Nash with photos, a brief history including photos of the Franklin Mint and Coca-Cola die cast models.
Howie's Met Site
- Howie shares his love of cars including the Met along with some other intersesting Nash projects and links.
- Lots of great pictures including a Met limo. Includes a lubrication chart and the radio schematic.
Kip Motors Company
- Specializing in Metropolitan, London Taxi and other uncommon British Orphans originally imported but no longer serviced by the original factory or other major suppliers.
- If you like Nash Metropolitans, see this photo of an unrestored model as it was found in a California field.
Metropolitan Ave" page
- . Lots of Met information for everyone.
- A few photos of the Nash Metropolitan in thumbnail format.
Metropolitans 'Motores Prudentiores'
- Links to photos, archives, Met Shops and more.
Metropolitian Pit Stop,
- A North Hollywood, California couple offer Parts - Service - Restoration along with a toll free number. Includes links to their Metropolitan Museum.
- Tee shirts and baseball caps available with the Nash Metropolitan on them.
Our 1955 (and 1960) Nash Metropolitans
- Includes a number of photos along with over 30 links to related Nash websites.
Pacific Northwest Metropolitan Owners Club
- An international club whose purpose has been to form and provide a fellowship for those interested in the restoration and preservation of the Metropolitan automobile.
Phil Stumpe's '57 Metropolitan
- Picture of a restored 57 Met and information on it, along with over 10 links to related websites.
Steve Hills Met site
- Dedicated to British Metropolitans, their owners, and enthusiasts.
The Nash/Austin Metropolitan Story
- An interesting history of one of the smallest cars ever built.
The Weird Old Guy with the Cool Car
- Gerry's Nash Metropolitan page with some interesting info and links.
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