Remains of a Rambler

With the introduction of the Rambler in 1950, Nash established a new segment that is acknowledged to be the first successful modern American compact car. The original Rambler, produced from 1950 through 1955, came in sedan, station wagon, hardtop and convertible formats. This Nash "Country Club" 2-door hardtop was found in an automobile graveyard along Route 66. (Photo by Jim Prueter)