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July 2006 Issue
 
ARTICLE
 
The Popularity of AMC / Nash / Rambler
By Sharon McLellan
 
In the last couple of years we have sold 544 AMC, Nash and Rambler brochures. That may explain the reason that we haven't felt the need to write an article on American Motors literature. But it doesn't seem fair to our dedicated AM enthusiasts.
 

My first car in married life (a previous life) was a little yellow Rambler. It followed on the heels of a big "boat" of a car which I remember as spending one week in the shop for every two weeks I had it on the road. In contrast the Rambler was a jewel which I remember fondly. I wish I could say it was exciting -- but it wasn't. What it was was dependable and VERY economical and, therefore, extremely practical for newly weds.

 

Apparently a lot of nostalgia buffs share my sentiments and are resurrecting those cars. I wonder if someone today is still driving my car? Or perhaps one of the following:

 
A M C

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N A S H
 

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R A M B L E R

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Go on to see our complete listings for AMC and Nash / Rambler (includes LaFayette).

 
 
The Automotive Chronicles, July 2006
 
 
 
 
 
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