I never knew they were sold by Rambler and Sears. But did *you* know they
were sold in UK as an Austin Metropolitan. Not that strange, as they were
all built here. By Austin. In Birmingham (not Alabama).
On Tue, 17 Mar 2020 at 18:53, Chris Trask <christrask@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> There's a fellow not too far from me who owns one of those. They
> were also sold as a Rambler and Sears sold them as an Allstate. The
> biggest difference was the "M", "R", or "A" on the hub caps and the horn
> >And speaking of old ugly cars, somewhere in my slide files is a Kodachrome
> >64 image of my one year old self sitting on the front seat of my parents'
> >Nash Metropolitan. Taken around 1955.
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