File:1951 Nash Rambler Custom convertible at 2015 AACA Eastern Regional Fall Meet 6of9.jpg
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English: 1951 Nash Rambler Custom convertible. A compact-sized, upmarket two-door designated the "Landau" that included as standard equipment: whitewall tires, full wheel covers, electric clock, and even a pushbutton AM radio, all items that were extra cost options on all other cars at that time. The unibody construction design incorporated fixed roof structure above the car's doors and rear-side window frames that served as the side guides or rails for the electrically retractable waterproof canvas roof. Picture taken on the show field of the Antique Automobile Club of America (AACA) 2015 Hershey meet that is held every October in Pennsylvania.
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