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Nash History: Charles Nash founded Nash Motors in 1916 and it eventually became the automotive division of the Nash-Kelvinator Corporation. Then he bought the Thomas B. Jeffery Company in Wisconsin, who built a "Rambler", and he built the "Ajax" and the "Nash Ajax Light Six" in the 1920s. The 1932 Nash Ambassador was among the first Vintage Era automobiles with a synchromesh transmission. In 1924 Nash bought the LaFayette Motors factory in Wisconsin to make his cars and sold a LaFayette model from 1934 to 1937. In 1941 Nash mass produced the Rambler, the first unibody constructed vehicle in the United States which became a leader in the American compact market.

Nash merged with the Hudson Motor Car Company in 1954 and that became the AMC (American Motors Corporation) in 1954.



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