Nash car event celebrates Cortland roots
SYCAMORE — Many people don’t know that one of America’s most famous and successful car manufacturers was born in rural Cortland. It’s something Matt Woodstrup is hoping to change.
“I’m trying to get a marker put up on (highway) 38 where Charles Nash was born,” the Sycamore car enthusiast said. “There’s no recognition of him. I’ll have to go through the state. Politics and people with money are what we need.”
“It’s an excellent idea and I think he should pursue it,” said Jim Wheary, Nash’s great-grandson.
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