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Tuesday January 1, 2013

Naples, FL (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Nash Rambler

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12. WurzelDave
7:01 PM GMT on January 04, 2013
Nice car.
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11. papajuan
6:54 PM GMT on January 04, 2013
The people talk about Chinese made junk don't recall the American auto industry during its hay day.
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10. nanapoo
12:09 AM GMT on January 04, 2013
Just too cute Peg!!!
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9. pegpics
5:37 PM GMT on January 03, 2013
Wow, thanks for comments!!!...this must be the '54 model, the 55's and 56's seem to all be two-toned and the Rambler's a bit bigger than the Metro I see, I'll try to dig out my pic of the Rambler, it might be in my 2010 uploads...!
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8. jackacrane
4:39 PM GMT on January 03, 2013
I owned two Metropolitans. Gave them to my son because at six feet three inches, the interior was a bit cramped. The title showed the year sold rather than the year built because of a large inventory at the port facilities.
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7. jackacrane
4:39 PM GMT on January 03, 2013
I owned two Metropolitans. Gave them to my son because at six feet three inches, the interior was a bit cramped. The title showed the year sold rather than the year built because of a large inventory at the port facilities.
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6. ChrisAnthemum
3:43 PM GMT on January 03, 2013
I THOUGHT that looked like a Nash Rambler (or Metropolitan, whatever) -- my Dad had one when I was just a girl, about 1954, but not a convertible. I agree, very cute, but not what you'd pick up girls with back then! Maybe not now either, though you can always attract the attention of "granny" girls like me!
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5. RenoSoHill
3:33 PM GMT on January 03, 2013
Neat cars Peg, my 16 yr old grandson has a 57 metro-his other Gpa gave him. Told him if he wanted to pick up girls he had to have a Jag or a Metro - He said "Awww Grandpa.... I know!"
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4. canuckjune
2:49 PM GMT on January 03, 2013
I agree with Jack, it is a Metropolitan. A crippled friend I had years ago had one and we used to "toodle" around it rather nicely. They were so darn cute.
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3. canuckjune
2:49 PM GMT on January 03, 2013
I agree with Jack, it is a Metropolitan. A crippled friend I had years ago had one and we used to "toodle" around it rather nicely. They were so darn cute.
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2. jackacrane
2:36 PM GMT on January 03, 2013
This is a Nash Metropolitan, not a Rambler. The car was also marketed as a Hudson. Made in England with a BMC powertrain, same as Austin-Healey Sprite or MG Midget.
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1. StitcherGary
11:45 AM GMT on January 03, 2013
The grandmother of a friend I grew up with had one similar to this. I think hers was a gold color and it wasn't a convertible. Great picture!!
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Hi, I'm Peg. I live in Naples, FL. I grew up on the Eastern Shores of Delaware and Maryland and I love boats and old cars. I love animals when they are mocking human nature, and I love human nature when it is expressing joy. I love all my WU FRIENDS and the way you all share your lives and experiences through your photos is precious to me. This is all so much fun!!!

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