Baby Nash

Dyle Warren

Joined January 2009

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We spotted this car while in Fairbanks, Alaska this year.
I put “Rambler” on the tag but will need to change it. After further research it seems this is the, “Nash Metropolitan.” From what I can determine the only difference between this model and the Rambler of the early fifties is where they were manufactured.

NIcknamed the, “baby Nash” it was sold, initially only in the United States and Canada, 1954 to 1962. In May 1954, Nash-Kelvinator Corporation announced that it had merged with the Hudson Motor Company to form American Motors Corporation (AMC). Thus by August 1954, Metropolitans also became available from Hudson dealers. These Hudson Metropolitans carried a Hudson grille badge, hubcaps incorporating an “M” logo, a “bulls-eye” horn button design, and a plain spare wheel cover.

- wikipedia

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