Flying Goddess


Several 1950s Nash Models Featured Optional Hood Ornaments called the Flying Goddess. Designed by pop artist George Petty. He Often Used His Daughter as His Model. This Ornament Was an Optional Accessory on Series 3 and 4 Metropolitans. California Automobile Museum, Sacramento, CA, U.S.A. January 21, 2017

Several 1950s Nash Models Featured Optional Hood Ornaments called the Flying Goddess. Designed by Pop Artist George Petty. He Often Used His Daughter as His Model. This Ornament Was an Optional Accessory on Series 3 and 4 Metropolitans. California Automobile Museum, Sacramento, CA, U.S.A. January 21, 2017

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