Patrick McKay is an Irish immigrant who realized the American dream during the 1950s.
He was a full-time bus driver, business owner and adventurer. When he wasn’t driving buses, McKay wanted to ride in style. This led him to purchase an ultra-stylish 1956 Nash Ambassador.
The Nash was the focal point of McKay’s life as a young adult. He impressed his wife on their first date with that car. They drove it on their honeymoon. It became the touring vehicle for his family’s many adventures.
As his health began to fail, and his mind succumbed to the affects of dementia, McKay’s final wishes was to take one last ride in a blue 1956 Nash Ambassador.