1956 NASH RAMBLER CROSS COUNTRY WAGON - 189546Sold* at Scottsdale 2016 - Lot #446 1956 NASH RAMBLER CROSS COUNTRY WAGONhttps://cdn.barrett-jackson.com/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/189546/189546_Front_3-4_Web.jpg
Lot #446 - This 1956 Nash Rambler Cross Country Station Wagon is one of the most rare and unique of all the 1950 era classics. Presented in the Nash Rambler promotional livery "tri-tone" paint scheme, this model was the promotional posterchild for Nash Rambler in 1956. Having had only three owners over 60 years, this car has been featured as the cover car for the Nash Car Club of America, "Nash Times" magazine. A multi-show winner since the restoration and most recently was awarded a 1st Place Winner in the 2014 West Coast Nationals. It's equipped with factory air conditioning, automatic transmission and even an original Nash Rambler twin mattress. This was the first station wagon ever to feature a roll-down window. Very few Nash Ramblers had factory air conditioning and a roll-down tailgate glass. This gleaming and crisp Cross Country overdrive is equipped as follows: original California car from Sacramento, CA, Original AMC Typhoon 196ci, 6-cylinder engine, original 4-speed Flashaway Hydramatic automatic transmission, factory air conditioning, red, black, white tri-tone paint, luggage rack, original design black and white interior, original Nash Cross Country Road trip mattress and hidden AM/FM stereo. This striking Cross Country Wagon has razor-straight body lines, gleaming, bright chrome work, and a fully-refreshed restoration demonstrating excellent detail and craftsmanship. This Cross Country, starts, runs and drives equally as good as it looks.
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