Over at Route66Rambler, I found a great series of photos taken by one of the forum participant’s uncle, who worked as a truck driver, hauling new cars from Nash’s (and later AMC’s) Kenosha factory to dealers in the midwest, from 1950 to 1985, from Nashes to Ramblers to Gremlins to Pacers to Renaults. There were even a few Kaiser Frazers and Henry Js in the mix. Not only is it a terrific timeline of those cars, you also get to see how driveaway trucks changed over the year. Click past the jump for the full gallery.
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