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Nash

(1916 - 1957)
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Nash Motors was founded by Charles W. Nash in Kenosha, Wisconsin, USA, in 1916. In 1924 the company bought LaFayette Motors and 1937 Charles Nash purchased a controlling interest in Kelvinator, producer of refrigerators and kitchen appliances, and created a holding company under the name Nash-Kelvinator Corporation. Until 1954 Nash operated as the automotive division. In 1954 the Company merged with Hudson Motor Car Company and created AMC (American Motors Corporation). Nash continued building cars with its brand until 1957, when the Nash’s name was dropped. Nash cars were very stylish, high quality and quite innovative.


Nash Motors
origin: , 1916
status:Discontinued, 1957
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