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Why is this at Allpar? Nash joined with Hudson in 1954 to form American Motors (AMC); Chrysler purchased a majority share of AMC in 1987.
Automotive historian James Mays generously provided Allpar with permission to reprint his history of Nash-Kelvinator in the years preceding, during, and following World War II, covering the handover of power from Charles Nash to James Mason; issues leading up to and during war production; and the immediate post-war years, as the factories went back to making cars and refrigerators.
This is the main chapter listing. The series is still being launched, covering one year per week. Intrepid readers can still find the paper version of the book, with more illustrations and some different photos, in used book stores and on-line.
Also see: Nash Motors, Nash engines, Nash Metropolitan, Jeffery, AMC, the Nash Car Club of America
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