Our photo depicts the Nash Motors’ Office Girls’ Annual Summer Picnic at the Lake Lawn Lodge on a warm summer’s day. Delavan Lake was located about fifty miles west of the Nash factory in Kenosha, so the ride out there must have been quite refreshing. However, what got our attention in these images are the stylish tractors hauling these happy ladies around.
As far as we know, Nash sold no trucks between 1931 and 1946 although they did build a few in subsequent years. We are guessing that these are Willys export models or something like that, but that is only a guess. So today we present this as a challenge for our readers who like a mystery to solve. Please send in a comment if you have any clues or can identify them. Many more Wisconsin made cars and trucks can be seen here. Photo courtesy of the University of Wisconsin Library.