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1951 Nash Airflyte
1951 Nash Airflyte
The aerodynamic Airflyte shocked post-war audiences as the industry's first really new design since 1940. The fastback body style was developed in a wind tunnel, which explains the enclosed front fenders and rear fender skirts. The Airflytes also featured fully reclining seats, making them popular at drive-in movies.

Last updated July 15 2011: 1:57 PM ET
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