CAR COMPANY MERGED ON THIS DAY IN 1954


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The Hudson Motor Car Company of Detroit, Michigan merged with Nash-
Kelvinator corporation on January 14, 1954 becoming American Motors
Corporation. The Hudson factory in Detroit was converted to military
contract production at the end of the model year. The remaining three 
years of Hudson production took place in Kenosha, Wisconsin. 

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The 1954 Nash Rambler station wagon

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