Photograph - Home Decor And Giclee Wall Art By Chris Flees
This is a vintage Rambler sign.
Rambler was a brand of automobiles that was produced in the United States from the late 19th century until the mid-20th century. The history of Rambler automobiles can be traced back to 1897 when Thomas B. Jeffery established the Rambler Company in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The company initially produced bicycles and later began producing automobiles in 1902.
The early Rambler automobiles were known for their high quality and reliability, and they quickly gained a reputation as being some of the best-made cars in the United States. The company's success continued throughout the early 20th century, and in 1914, Rambler merged with several other automobile companies to form the Nash Motors Company.
Under Nash Motors, the Rambler brand continued to produce high-quality automobiles that were known for their durability and fuel efficiency. During the 1950s, Rambler began to produce smaller, more compact cars that were popular with American consumers who were looking for more fuel-efficient vehicles.
In 1954, Nash Motors merged with the Hudson Motor Car Company to form the American Motors Corporation (AMC). Under AMC, the Rambler brand continued to produce a range of cars, including compact cars, station wagons, and sports cars.
During the 1960s, the Rambler brand began to decline in popularity as American consumers began to shift towards larger, more powerful cars. In response, AMC rebranded the Rambler as the AMC Rambler, and later simply as the AMC. The Rambler name was eventually retired in the 1970s as the AMC brand shifted its focus towards larger vehicles such as the Jeep line of SUVs.
Today, the Rambler brand is considered a classic American automobile brand, and vintage Rambler cars can be found in car collections and at classic car shows throughout the United States.
May 12th, 2023
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