$31,000

1950 Nash Rambler

Details
Condition Used
Body Convertible
Make Nash
Model Rambler
Mileage 10000 mi
Fuel type Gasoline
Year 1950
Transmission Manual
Exterior Color Blue
History Yes
VIN: D1783
Description

Nash produced the Rambler from 1950 to 1954, although the nameplate actually dates back to 1902. This 1950 Nash Rambler Airflyte Convertible Landau, built in Kenosha Wisconsin, was only produced as a convertible and is one of 9,330 produced Hailed as Americas introduction to the compact car, the Rambler was built using the Airflyte design, which basically was their name for unibody construction. Using rigid door and window frames with a convertible fabric top, allowed for the car to use less steel, and consequently be lighter and less expensive to own and operate than traditional automobiles. Nash merged with Hudson in 1954 to form the American Motors Corporation, more commonly known as AMC.