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Nash Rambler (1956)

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Nash Rambler. 1956 (prod. 46,077 sold). 4-door sedan, 4-door hardtop sedan, 5-door wagon, 5-door hardtop wagon. F/R, 196 in³ (I6 OHV). All-new Rambler for 1956, replacing the first-generation models. Release brought forward by a year as AMC gambled on its compact—with successful results. Identical to Hudson Rambler but for badging, hubcaps, grille insert, and hood emblem. Same wheelbase as predecessor (108 in), but overall length up 5 in (to 191 in). As with Hudson, Country Club hardtop sedan available, while the hardtop station wagon was called Cross Country. Wagons had a roll-down tailgate window. Twelve-volt electrics, GM-sourced automatic gearboxes.


Manufacturing location: Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA

Marque: Hudson | Model: Nash Rambler | Predecessor: Nash Rambler (1950–5) | Successor: Rambler (1957)







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