Nash Rambler
Promo Collection
These are pictures of original memorabilia not for sale.
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1958+
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1949 Nash promo49gold.jpg - 12264 Bytes The first major offering of Nash promos was in 1949 by Banthrico Co., Chicago, Il.
The 1949 "Airflyte" 4 door was a 7" long metal scale model available for dealers to order
as a kit of 11 new 1949 Nash colors, and one deluxe gold model.
This Nash pictured is the deluxe 18K gold plate model, and was available only to the Nash dealer as a bonus for ordering.
Original dealer cost for the carton of 12 promos was $12.50.
1949 Nash 1949 Nash "Airflyte"
by Banthrico Industries
Color is Horizon Blue
Original mint condition,
Right out of the original box.
promo49blue.jpg - 9582 Bytes
1950-51 Nash
Rambler
promo50-51convert2.jpg - 12886 Bytes
Another metal scale model by Banthrico,
This Nash Rambler Convertible
is much harder to find than the 49 models.
I have seen it in different colors.
1951
Nash
Healey
1951 Nash Healey
Berkeley's Models,
of West Hempstead, NY
The car length is 7" long,
A balsa wood kit.
promo51healey.jpg - 14380 Bytes
1951
Nash
Rambler
51nashbank2.jpg - 13228 Bytes
One of the rarest Nash promos,
This Nash Rambler Station Wagon bank
was made of ceramic with a slot in the roof.
Has a PA dealership and the
1951 Grand Canyon Economy Run imprinted.
1951
Nash
Rambler
Another view of the ceramic
Rambler Station Wagon.
51nashbank1.jpg - 14281 Bytes
1951-52 Nash
Rambler
promo51-52ramblergreygreen.jpg - 11866 Bytes
Another metal scale model by Banthrico,
This Nash Rambler Hardtop bank
was made in several different color combinations.
This example featured the dealership imprint on the roof.
1951 Nash
Metal Nash,
5" long, by the Solido Company,
of France
Originally had wind-up motor.
51nashpromo.jpg - 9723 Bytes
(1952)
1902
Rambler
promo02.jpg - 18034 Bytes Produced by Banthrico in 1952
for the Golden Anniversary
of Nash 1902-1952.
Fairly common, as dealers had to buy a minimum of 6 at $3.50 each.
Size is 6-1/2" long, 4" high, 3-3/4 wide.
Never been out of original box.
1952 Nash
Plastic scale model,
Ambassador 4 door,
by Product Miniatures Company,
also featured dealership imprint on roof.
Available in several different colors.
promo52ambblue.jpg - 12129 Bytes
1953 Nash promo53blue.jpg - 10010 Bytes Plastic scale model,
Ambassador 4 door,
by Product Miniatures Company.
Essentially the same as the 1952 model,
but improvements were made on the
windows and hubcaps, replacing the stickers on the earlier model with the tinted windows.
Both PMC cars were produced in the full range of
Nash single-tone body colors.
1953 Nash
Rambler
Another metal scale model by Banthrico,
This Nash Rambler Hardtop
has noticable changes from the 51-52 version
most striking are the hood ornamnet and continental kit.
promo53ramblerblue.jpg - 13087 Bytes
1956 Rambler 56xraypromo4.jpg - 11414 Bytes
Bottom view of the X-Ray model,
Designed for frame structure education.
1956 Rambler A very rare scale model
made by the Plastic Division of
American Motors Corporation
to show Single-Unit Construction.
56xraypromo1.jpg - 15935 Bytes
1959-62 Metro promometrohdtp.jpg - 11950 Bytes
Plastic scale model,
Nash Metropolitan hardtop
by Hubley.
1959-62 Metro Plastic scale model,
Nash Metropolitan convertible
by Hubley.
promometconvert.jpg - 13111 Bytes
1959 Rambler 59wgn1.jpg - 13029 Bytes Johan Station wagon
1958+
Rambler/AMC
Promos/Models
Parts: Nash,
Rambler & AMC
Pre 1958
Nash
Literature
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1958+
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