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Year: 1955  (Item #B9615)
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NASH (Rambler and Rambler Custom), "American Motors Presents the Newest Idea In Automobiles! The Rambler":
16 page color catalog, 9x12. Blue cover, with white lettering, has collage showing Rambler steering wheel, fan of upholstery fabric selections and woman in evening dress (who has to make a decision on the fabric). Forty-three photograph, photo renderings and drawings, including four full page photo renderings of models, show exterior, interior, engine, chassis, mechanical parts and features of Rambler Custom 4-Door Sedan, Country Club 2-Door Sedan and Cross Country Station Wagon and Rambler 2-Door Sedan and Suburban Station Wagon. Includes discussion and specifications. Price:- $40.
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Year: 1955  (Item #B4959)
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NASH (Ambassador and Statesman), "Presenting Nash: Featuring 7 Big Differences That Put You Years Ahead":
8 page color folder, 11x14. Cover is photo rendering showing frontal view of red and white Nash automobile parked beside "Jet-Fire V-8 Power" engine. Folder opens to 22x28 layout with two full page renderings of Nash Ambassador Custom Country Club Hardtop Sedan and Statesman Custom 4-Door Sedan, plus views of Ambassador Custom and Super 4-Door Sedans and Statesman Custom Country Club and Super 4-Door Sedan, three of engine and five of interior and features, with discussion. Reverse side has twenty-one photographs and drawings showing exterior, interior, engine, chassis and mechanical features. Includes discussion. I.D. #NSP-55-1899-1-55. Price:- $40.
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Year: 1955  (Item #B6594)
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NASH, "How Safe Will Your Next Car Be?":
8 page part-color folder, 6x9. Red and white cover, with red lettering, has a red and white question mark superimposed over a three-quarter frontal view art rendering of a competitor's model. Seven photographs and drawings show frame and chassis to illustrate Nash's double strength construction. I.D. #NSP-55-2067-250M-6-55. Price:- $25.
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Year: 1955  (Item #B6688)
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NASH (Rambler), "Meet America's Favorite For Town and Travel":
4 page part-color folder, 11x9. Blue cover, with black and white lettering, has side view photograph of car and art rendering of woman behind wheel of car. Twelve photographs and drawings show exterior, interior and features of the Cross Country Station Wagon, 4-Door Sedan, Country Club, Suburban and Club Sedan. Includes discussion and dimensions. Price:- $20.
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Year: 1955  (Item #B16175)
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NASH (Ambassador, Statesman and Rambler), "Now: Airliner Reclining Seats with Twin Travel Beds":
8 page non-color folder, 6x9. Red and white cover, with black and white lettering, has two drawings showing reclining seat and bed in Nash automobile. Folder opens to 11x17 layout with seven photographs showing various ways in which the reclining seat and bed features can be used, with discussion. Reverse side has two additional photographs, with discussion. I.D. #NSP-55-2068-250M-6-55. Price:- $25.
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Year: 1955  (Item #B6691)
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NASH (Ambassador, Statesman and Rambler), "Revealing Road Test of Nash Ambassador V-8":
4 page non-color folder, 11x9. White cover, with black lettering, has two photographs showing frontal and side view of front half views of Nash Ambassador Custom Country Club 2-Door Hardtop. Folder opens to 11x16 layout with three photographs showing exterior and engine, with discussion, specifications and performance data. Back cover has three photographs showing the Nash Ambassador Country Club 2-Door Hardtop, Statesman Country Club 2-Door Hardtop and Rambler Custom Station Wagon. Original factory literature produced from an article in "Motor Life" magazine, dated Jul. 1955. Price:- $15.
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Year: 1955  (Item #B16177)
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NASH (Ambassador, Statesman, Rambler and Metropolitan), "What's the Truth About Car Values Today?":
20 page non-color catalog, 12x9. Red and white cover, with black lettering. Sixty-seven photographs, photo renderings and drawings show exterior, interior, frame, engine, chassis, mechanical parts and features of the Nash Ambassador Custom 4-Door Sedan, Super 2- and 4-Door Sedans and Country Club Hardtop Convertible; Statesman Custom 4-Door Sedan, Super 2- and 4-Door Sedans and Custom Country Club Hardtop; Rambler Custom 4-Door Sedan, Deluxe Club Sedan, Super Country Club Hardtop and Custom Cross Country and Suburban Station Wagons; and Metropolitan Hardtop and Convertible. Includes detailed discussion, specifications and charts comparing features to comparable competitor models. I.D. #NSP-54-1766-250M-8-54. Price:- $30.
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Year: 1955  (Item #B6692)
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NASH, "Ford? Chevy? Plymouth? Studebaker? Or Rambler? -- The New Idea In Automobiles":
20 page non-color catalog, 11x9. Black cover, with white lettering, has side view photograph of Rambler Cross Country Station Wagon. Eighty-two photographs, photo renderings and drawings show exterior, interior, engine, chassis, mechanical parts and features of Rambler Cross Country Station Wagon, 4-Door Sedan, Country Club, Suburban and Club Sedan. Includes detailed discussion, specifications, performance data and prices. I.D. #NSP-55-2086-250M-6-55. Price:- $25.
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Year: 1955  (Item #B4820)
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NASH, "American Motors Presents the Newest Idea In Automobiles! Rambler":
12 page color folder, 11x9. White cover, with red and black lettering, has photo rendering showing frontal view of tan Rambler automobile, with woman reclining in front of car trying to decide which fabric she wants for the interior. Folder opens to 21x27 layout with thirteen photographs, photo renderings and drawings showing exterior, interior, frame, chassis and features of American Motors Rambler 4-Door Sedan, Club Sedan and Cross Country and Suburban Station Wagons, with discussion. Reverse side has eight additional photographs, photo renderings and drawings showing exterior, engine, features and paint and upholstery selections, with discussion and specifications. NOTE: On Apr. 22, 1954 Nash and Hudson merged to form American Motors Corporation. I.D. #NSP-55-1798-2000M-11-54. Price:- $30.
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Year: 1955  (Item #B11274)
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NASH, "American Motors Presents the Newest Idea In Automobiles!":
12 page color folder, 11x9. White cover, with red and black lettering, has frontal view photo rendering of tan car, with woman reclining in front of car trying to decide which upholstery fabric she wants for the interior. Folder opens to 21x27 layout with thirteen photographs, photo renderings and drawings showing exterior, interior, frame, chassis and features of the American Motors Rambler 4-Door Sedan, Club Sedan and Cross Country and Suburban Station Wagons, with discussion. Reverse side has eight additional photographs, photo renderings and drawings showing exterior, engine, features and paint and upholstery selections, with discussion and specifications. NOTE: On Apr. 22, 1954 Nash and Hudson merged to form American Motors Corporation. I.D. #NSP-55-1798-2000M-4-55. Price:- $30.
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Year: 1955  (Item #H3973)
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NASH/HUDSON, "DuPont Colors - Nash/Hudson":
Two 2 (single-side printed) page color sheet, 11x9. Paint chips, with paint names and code numbers for Nash and Hudson automobiles. Reverse side has color combination numbers and two-tone combinations. Sheet 2 is continuation. Reverse side has paint names and code numbers for 1953-54 models. Bulletin No. 1. Dealer databook inserts. Shows aging and handling; therefore, price has been reduced. Dated Dec. 15, 1954. (C) Price: $40.
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Year: 1956  (Item #B11275)
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NASH (Ambassador, Statesman and Rambler), "Nash Presents America's First Family of Fine Travel Cars":
8 page color folder, 13x12. Blue cover, with black and white lettering, has five line drawings of the different models in outdoor setting. Folder opens to 26x24 layout with sixteen photographs showing exterior, interior, engine and features of Nash Ambassador Custom Country Club 2-Door Sedan and Statesman 4-Door Sedan, with discussion. Reverse side has nine additional photographs and photo renderings showing exterior, interior, engine and features of Rambler Custom 4-Door Sedan, 4-Door Hardtop and Cross Country Station Wagon, with discussion and specifications. Form No. NSP-55-5152. Price:- $40.
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Year: 1956  (Item #B16178)
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NASH, "Announcing the All-New . . . All-American Rambler Cross Country":
4 page color folder, 3x5. Cover is photograph showing three-quarter frontal view of brown Rambler Cross Country Station Wagon with wood trim in outdoor setting. Folder opens to 7x5 layout with six photographs showing interior, engine and features, with discussion. Back cover is set up as mailer which has not been used. Salesman stamped dealership name and wrote address inside card. I.D. #R-56-5002A. Price:- $15.
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Year: 1956  (Item #B16179)
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NASH, "Presenting the All-New, All-American Rambler 4-Door Hardtop":
4 page color folder, 3x5. Cover is photograph showing side view of red, black and white Rambler 4-Door Hardtop parked at beach. Folder opens to 7x5 layout with six photographs showing interior, engine and features, with discussion. Back cover is set up as mailer which has not been used. I.D. #R-56-5002B. Price:- $15.
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Year: 1956  (Item #B16180)
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NASH, "Nash Presents the Brand New Overhead Valve Engine in the Statesman":
4 page color folder, 3x5. White cover, with red and black lettering, has photograph showing three-quarter frontal view of green Rambler Statesman 4-Door Sedan parked in front of house. Folder opens to 7x5 layout with six photographs showing interior, engine and features, with discussion. Back cover is set up as mailer which has not been used. I.D. #R-56-5032B. Price:- $15.
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Year: 1956  (Item #B16181)
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NASH (Custom), "Car Life Gives a Revealing Consumer Analysis of the Rambler":
8 page non-color folder, 6x8. Yellow and white cover with red and black lettering and red and black arrows. Folder opens to 11x16 layout with photograph showing three-quarter frontal view of Rambler Custom 4-Door Hardtop, with discussion and check list of features. Original factory literature produced from an article in "Car Life" magazine, dated Apr. 1956. Price:- $15.
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Year: 1956  (Item #B16182)
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NASH (Custom and Super), "You are Invited to See the Only Completely New Car in the Low-Price Field . . . the All-American Car":
8 page color folder, 5x8. White cover, with black lettering, has photograph showing three-quarter frontal view of red, black and white Rambler Custom 4-Door Hardtop in outdoor setting. Folder opens to 9x16 layout with three photographs showing three-quarter frontal and rear views of brown and white Custom Cross Country Station Wagon with wood trim and three- quarter frontal view of two-tone green Super 4-Door Sedan, with discussion. Reverse side has one and one-sixth page photograph showing three-quarter rear view of red, white and black Custom 4-Door Hardtop with Continental style rear tire mount. I.D. #10-55-HM-56-1572. Price:- $25.
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Year: 1956  (Item #B16183)
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NASH (Super), "Rambler Rates as Top Family Size Economy Car":
4 page non-color folder, 11x9. Gray and white cover, with black and white lettering, has photograph showing three-quarter frontal view of Rambler Super 4-Door Hardtop. Folder opens to 11x17 layout with four photographs showing trunk, front and rear views of 1956 Rambler Super Cross Country Station Wagon and front and rear views of 1955 Rambler Super Cross Country Station Wagon, for comparison, with detailed discussion. Back cover has discussion and performance data. Original factory literature produced from an article in "Motor Trend" magazine, dated Jan. 1956. Form No. NT-56-5254. Price:- $15.
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Year: 1956  (Item #B24633)
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NASH (Custom and Super), "You are Invited to See the Only Completely New Car in Low-Priced Field . . . The All-American Car!":
8 page color folder, 5x8. White cover, with black lettering, has two-thirds page photograph showing three-quarter frontal view of red, white and black Rambler Custom 4-Door Hardtop. Folder opens to 9x16 layout with three photographs showing three-quarter frontal view of Rambler Super 4-Door Sedan and three-quarter frontal and rear views of Custom Cross Country Station Wagon, with discussion. Reverse side has photograph showing three-quarter rear view of Custom 4-Door Hardtop. Folder was your invitation to come in to Texas dealership and test drive the new models. Dated 10-55. I.D. #HM-56-1572. Price:- $25.
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Year: 1956  (Item #B16185)
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NASH (Ambassador and Statesman), "Nash Presents: The World's Finest Travel Cars!":
12 page color catalog, 14x11. Black cover, with white lettering, has two photographs showing side view of red, black and white Nash Ambassador Country Club 2-Door Hardtop and two-tone blue and white model with Continental style rear tire mount. Forty-one photographs, photo renderings and drawings, including beautiful full page photograph showing red, black and white Nash Ambassador 2-Door Hardtop on steep incline overlooking ocean, show exterior, interior, frame, engines, chassis, mechanical parts and features of Nash Ambassador Custom 4-Door Sedan and Country Club 2-Door Hardtop and Super 4-Door Sedan and Statesman 4-Door Sedan. Includes discussion, specifications, performance data and upholstery selections. I.D. #NSP-56-5032B. Price:- $40.
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Year: 1956  (Item #B36949)
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NASH (Ambassador and Statesman), "Today You've Previewed the Styling Sensation of the Year":
4 page non-color folder, 11x14. White cover, with red title bar and red and black lettering, is photo rendering of "Miss America 1955" pulling curtain to review new Nash model. Folder opens to 11x28 layout with thirteen photographs and drawings showing features of Nash Ambassador and Statesman models, with discussion. Back cover has invitation to come in for a test drive. Price:- $25.
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Year: 1956  (Item #B16188)
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NASH (Ambassador and Statesman), "Automotive X-Ray":
44 page non-color catalog, 11x8. Gray and black cover, with black, white and gray lettering, has cutaway photo rendering showing interior, frame and engine on a Nash Ambassador 4-Door Sedan and eleven miniature white on black line drawings showing frontal views of competitor models. 154 photographs, photo renderings and drawings compare Nash automobiles to comparable competitor models in the areas of styling, roominess and comfort, construction and durability, ride, safety, economy, performance and resale value. I.D. #NSP-56-5134-100M-2-56. Price:- $25.
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Year: 1956  (Item #B16187)
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NASH (Rambler), "X-Ray Compares the Low Priced Cars":
36 page non-color catalog, 11x8. Black and white cover, with black and white lettering, has photograph showing side view of Rambler Custom 4-Door Sedan and cutaway photo rendering showing frame and interior of car. 146 photographs, photo renderings and drawings show exterior, interior, frame, engine, chassis, mechanical parts and features of the Rambler 4-Door Hardtop, Super 4-Door Sedan and Cross Country and Cross Country Hardtop Station Wagon, plus comparable Chevrolet, Ford, Plymouth and Studebaker models. Includes detailed discussion, specifications and comparison charts. Copyright 1956. I.D. #R-56-5149-3-56.. Price:- $25.
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Year: 1956  (Item #B16186)
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NASH, "The New Concept in Station Wagon Travel: The All-New, All American Rambler Cross Country":
8 page color folder, 7x11. White cover, with red, white and black lettering, has photograph showing three-quarter frontal view of green and white Rambler Cross Country Hardtop Station Wagon with woodgrain trim. Folder opens to 13x23 layout with thirteen photographs, photo renderings and drawings showing exterior, interior, frame, seating/cargo arrangements and features, top and side view dimensional drawings and discussion. Reverse side has three photographs, including beautiful full page view showing three-quarter frontal view of red, gray and white Rambler Cross Country Hardtop Station Wagon, show exterior, interior and engine, with discussion and specifications. I.D. #NSP-56-5199. Price:- $30.
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Year: 1956  (Item #B11277)
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NASH (Custom), "American Motors Presents the All-New, All-American Rambler":
12 page color catalog, 9x13. Blue cover, with red, white and black lettering, is photograph showing side view of red, white and black Rambler Custom 4-Door Hardtop Sedan. Sixty photographs, photo renderings and drawings show exterior, interior, engine, chassis and features of Rambler Custom 4-Door Sedan 4-Door Hardtop Sedan and Cross Country Station Wagon. Includes discussion and specifications. NOTE: On Apr. 22, 1954 Nash and Hudson merged to form American Motors Corporation. I.D. #R-56-5003. Price:- $35.
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Year: 1956  (Item #H1740)
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NASH (American Motors), "How to Build Volume Rambler Sales: Fishing . Hunting . Driving . Bowling":
Portfolio, 12x9. Blue cover, with black, gray and blue lettering, has photo rendering showing three-quarter frontal view of AMC Rambler Sedan and four drawings showing men fishing (for prospects among Ford owners), hunting (for buyers among Chevrolet owners), driving (for demonstrations to Plymouth owners) and bowling (for sales to Studebaker owners). Back cover has photo renderings showing Rambler Sedan, Hardtop and two station wagons. Inside covers have discussion and charts with price comparisons. Portfolio contains four looseleaf sheets of information with twenty-one photos, photo renderings and drawings showing exterior, interior, engine, chassis, mechanical parts and features of Rambler automobiles, with discussion and specs. Supplement to dealer databook. I.D. #NT-56-5097A. (A) Price: $30.
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Year: 1956  (Item #H3951)
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NASH/HUDSON, "DuPont Colors - Nash/Hudson":
Two 2 (single-side printed) page color sheet, 11x9. Paint chips, with paint names and code numbers for Nash and Hudson automobiles. Reverse side has color combination numbers and two-tone combinations. Sheet 2 is continuation. Reverse side has paint names and code numbers for 1953-55 models. Bulletin No. 2. Dealer databook inserts. Shows aging and handling; therefore, price has been reduced. Dated Dec. 30, 1955. (C) Price: $50.
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Year: 1957  (Item #B5661)
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NASH, "More Fashion -- More Features -- More Fun! Rambler Super 4-Door Sedan":
Postcard, 3x6. Front is three-quarter frontal view photo rendering of two-tone blue sedan. Reverse side is unused postcard, with discussion. I.D. #RM-57-5775-C. Price:- $10.
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Year: 1957  (Item #B5664)
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NASH, "More Fashion -- More Features -- More Fun! Rambler Custom 4-Door Hardtop Sedan":
Postcard, 3x6. Front of card is photo rendering showing three-quarter frontal view of red and white Rambler Custom 4-Door Hardtop Sedan. Reverse side is unused postcard, with discussion. I.D. #RM-57-5775-D. Price:- $10.
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Year: 1957  (Item #B5662)
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NASH, "More Fashion -- More Features -- More Fun! Rambler Custom 4-Door Sedan":
Postcard, 3x6. Front of card is photo rendering showing three-quarter frontal view of pink and gray Rambler Custom 4-Door Sedan. Reverse side is unused postcard, with discussion. I.D. #RM-57-5775-B. Price:- $10.
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Year: 1957  (Item #B30588)
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NASH (Custom), "Wow! There's a Car That's Different!":
12 page non-color catalog, 8x6. White cover, with black lettering, has photograph of young boy with camera. Fifteen photographs exterior, interior, frame and features of Rambler Custom 4-Door Sedan as seen through the eyes of a young reporter/photographer. Includes discussion. Price:- $20.
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Year: 1957  (Item #B7104)
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NASH, "Presenting the New Rambler":
12 page color folder, 10x11. Black and white cover, with red, white and black lettering, has three-quarter frontal view photo rendering of red and white Rambler Custom Hardtop. Folder opens to 29x21 layout with twelve photographs and photo renderings showing exterior and interior of Rambler Custom Hardtop, Sedan and Cross Country Station Wagons; DeLuxe Sedan; and Super Sedan and Cross Country Station Wagon, with discussion. Reverse side has twenty-nine photographs, photo renderings and drawings of exterior, interior, engine, chassis, mechanical parts and features. Includes discussion and specifications. I.D. #NSP-57-5778. Price:- $30.
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Year: 1957  (Item #B16197)
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NASH (Rambler), "X-Ray Compares the Low Priced Cars":
12 page non-color catalog, 11x8. Red, white and black cover has a cutaway "x-ray" drawing of back half of a Nash Rambler Sedan. Forty-three photographs and drawings, plus statistical tables, compare the Rambler to other similar size/price cars as to construction, performance, comfort, etc. Comes with American Motors "Memo" to potential customer. I.D. #CS-157. Price:- $20.
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Year: 1957  (Item #B16198)
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NASH (Rambler), "X-Ray Compares the Low Priced Cars":
28 page non-color catalog, 11x8. Red, white and black cover has a cutaway "x-ray" drawing of back half of a Nash Rambler Sedan. 134 photographs and drawings, plus statistical tables, compare the Rambler to other similar size/price cars as to construction, performance, comfort, etc. I.D. #CS-157. Price:- $30.
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Year: 1957  (Item #F6412)
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CROSS COUNTRY COLORING FUN: GET A LIFT OUT OF GOING - GO RAMBLER:
8 page part-color catalog, 5x7. Brightly colored cover has art rendering of red, white and black Rambler Station Wagon with family going on outing. Nine drawings and "Connect-the-Dot" drawing were made for coloring to entertain the children on a trip. Includes instruction on how to make a "Rambler Dangler". Unused. (M) Price: $30.
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Year: 1958  (Item #B35150)
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NASH (Ambassador), "Automotive X-Ray":
28 page non-color catalog, 11x8. Red and black cover, with red and white lettering, has nine photographs showing frontal views of Nash Ambassador and comparable Buick, Chrysler, DeSoto, Dodge, Edsel, Mercury, Oldsmobile and Pontiac models. 121 photographs, photo renderings and drawings compare Nash automobiles to comparable competitor models in the areas of styling, construction, safety, ride, roominess, visibility, performance and economy. Four additional photographs show Nash Ambassador Custom 4-Door Country Club Hardtop and Station Wagon and Ambassador Custom/Super 4-Door Sedan and Station Wagon. Price:- $25.
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Year: 1955  (Item #B6690)
NASH (Ambassador and Statesman), "Automotive X-Ray":
40 page non-color catalog, 11x9. Cover is a collage of mechanical features surrounded by frontal view photographs of thirteen makes of car. 164 photographs, photo renderings and drawings compare Nash automobiles to comparable competitor models in the areas of styling, roominess and comfort, construction and durability, ride, safety, economy, performance and resale value. I.D. #NSP-55-2087.

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Year: 1955  (Item #B35116)
NASH (Rambler and Rambler Custom), "Jiminy Cricket Invites You to Try an Amazing Experience . . . Deep Coil Ride":
4 page part-color folder, 6x9. White mailer style cover, with red and black lettering, has drawing of Walt Disney's Jiminy Cricket cartoon character giving lecture on "Deep Coil Ride". Folder opens once to 11x9 layout with six drawings illustrating "Why Nas Deep Coil Ride is the Smoothest Thing on Wheels", with discussion, then opens to 11x17 layout with seven photographs, photo renderings and drawings showing Nash Ambassador Custom Country Club 2-Door Hardtop and features of Deep Coil Ride, with discussion. I.D. #NSP-55-2066- 250M-6-55.

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Year: 1956  (Item #B36948)
NASH (Ambassador and Statesman), "Nash Presents: The World's Finest Travel Cars!":
12 page color catalog, 14x11. Cover is photo rendering showing three- quarter frontal view of yellow, black and white Ambassador Country Club 2-Door Hardtop on steep incline overlooking ocean. Forty-one photographs, photo renderings and drawings show exterior, interior, frame, engines, chassis, mechanical parts and features of the Nash Ambassador Custom 4-Door Sedan and Country Club 2-Door Hardtop and Super 4-Door Sedan; Ambassador Special Country Club 2-Door Hardtop, and Super and Custom 4-Door Sedans; and Statesman 4-Door Sedan. Includes discussion, specifications, performance data and upholstery selections. Cover has dealer stamp on door of car; therefore, price has been reduced. I.D. #NSP-56-5032B.

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Year: 1957  (Item #B7120)
NASH (Ambassador), "Nash: World's Newest, Finest Travel Car - The Biggest of the Big V-8's":
8 page color folder, 10x10. Red cover, with yellow and white lettering, has photograph showing three-quarter frontal view of blue and white Nash Ambassador automobile. Folder opens to 20x20 layout with photographs of Nash Ambassador Custom Country Club Hardtop and Sedan and Super Country Club Hardtop and Sedan, plus seven additional views of exterior and interior. Reverse side has seventeen photographs, photo renderings and drawings of exterior, interior, engine, chassis and features. Includes discussion and specifications.

 
 
 
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