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The history of the Nash cars company dates back to 1902, when Thomas Jeffery produced the first car under the brand name Rambler in Kenosha (Wisconsin).
In 1916, Charles Nash bought his company and renamed it the Nash Motors Company.
In the 20s. attempts were made to sell luxury models under the LaFayette brand and cheap ones under the Ajax brand, but they did not have much success, so Nash focused on the production of 6 and 8-cylinder mid-range cars.
Nash products were of high quality and rich equipment at an affordable price, and this helped the company survive the Great Depression.
In 1937, Nash handed over control of the company to George Mason, who merged it with his refrigeration business to form the Nash-Kelvinator Corporation.
On account of the Nash company such inventions as the first cabin heater in the same system with a radiator (1938), one of the first designs of the monocoque body in the USA (1941), the Airflyte aerodynamic pontoon body with closed front and rear wheels (1949), seat belts (1950 ) and a compact air conditioner installed under the hood (1953).
In 1950, the company released the first American compact car - Nash Rambler, and soon after, in collaboration with British automakers, the Nash-Healey sports car (1951) and the subcompact Metropolitan (1953) were developed.
This did not help Nash-Kelvinator compete with the "Big Detroit Three", and in 1954 it merged with Hudson and formed the American Motors Corporation.