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Hudson Rambler. 1956 (prod. 20,496 sold). 4-door sedan, 4-door hardtop sedan, 5-door wagon, 5-door hardtop wagon. F/R, 196 inĀ³ (I6 OHV). American Motors brought forward the introduction of its compact, and gave it both Nash and Hudson brand names, distinguished by badging, hubcaps, grille insert, and hood emblem. Same wheelbase as previous Nash Rambler (108 in), but overall length up by 5 in (to 191 in). New Country Club hardtop sedan for 1956, as well as a hardtop station wagon called Cross Country. Wagons had a roll-down tailgate window. Twelve-volt electrics, GM-sourced automatic gearboxes. Of the Ramblers, the Nash proved more popular and the Hudson marque was on the way out.

Manufacturing location: Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA

Marque: Hudson | Successor: Rambler (1957)

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