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Nash

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Nash
Vehicle Manufacturer

A former American manufacturer of cars from Kenosha, Wisconsin.  The full company name was Nash Motors Company.  They produced cars from 1917 to 1954 when a merger with Hudson formed American Motors Corporation.

Vehicle names used by Nash currently and throughout history include:  Airflyte, Eight-90, Metropolitan, Rambler, and Statesman.

Dealerships include:
Hurley Motor Co. (Washington D.C.)
Roos-Johns Motor Co. (Amarillo, Texas)

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Nash Six Five-Passenger Touring Nash Six Five-Passenger Touring
Hand Book of Automobiles, 1919 Edition
View Nash Six Five-Passenger Touring page of Hand Book of Automobiles, 1919 Edition - 473KB
Nash Two-Ton Truck Nash Two-Ton Truck
Hand Book of Automobiles, 1919 Edition
View Nash Two-Ton Truck page of Hand Book of Automobiles, 1919 Edition - 437KB


Article Index

DateArticleAgency/Author/Speaker
December 9, 1922Announces Nash Motors' Plans.The New York Times
December 17, 1922REORGANIZE NASH MOTORS.The New York Times




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