Ramblers Revisited: 1956 Nash/Hudson Rambler Super.

June 30, 2013

Previously documented here alongside its parts car. Still not rambling anywhere except from the back gravel lot to the front grass sideyard, but now officially for sale at $2,800 o.b.o.

1956 Hudson Rambler Sedan.
1956 Hudson Rambler Sedan.
1956 Hudson Rambler Sedan.
1956 Hudson Rambler Sedan.


Tony Piff said...

i was driving east to pick up my kids from childcare, running late, and i was absolutely freaking out at the light and sky.

and then i passed this familiar spot, and there was the nash/hudson/rambler moved out to the curb, glowing like a haloed angel, lit up by the sideways sun.

great white tiburon said...

they are odd looking cars but they are interesting, the wagon versions are even more oddly shaped with the roof line dipping down after the c pillar and becomes a little lower for the roof rack. I wonder if the other one will be included in the sale. hope they find a good home. it will look good when it's back on the road.

Anonymous said...

The first thing I'd do is yank that silly ass Continental kit off of there and light it on fire.

clifton.ra said...

"...that silly ass Continental kit..."

That silly ass Continental is probably worth good money to a restorer. Most were aftermarket or dealer equipment and could be used on another make vehicle.

Dave said...

One of my all time favorite posts revisited. I still prefer the Hudson with the 'flames' on the hood.