After Nash and Hudson merged to create the American Motors Corporation in 1954, one of the company's first models was the Rambler Six & V8. Introduced in 1956, these early cars were marketed as Nash and Hudson models for 1956, but in 1957, the Nash and Hudson badging was dropped, with Rambler becoming the brand name. These early mid-size cars were available in sedan, and wagon body styles, as well as hardtop sedan and station wagon. Wagons were known as 'Cross Country.' Two inline six engine options were offered, as well as one V8 selection. For the 1957 model year only, the sporty and rare Rambler Rebel variant was offered. From 1958 onward, the Rebel name was used for V8 fitted variants. Production of the Rambler Six & V8 lasted until 1960, when the models were replaced by the Rambler Classic.
Q: What is the highest sale price of a Six & Rambler V8?
A: The highest recorded sale was $24,200 for a 1956 Nash Rambler Cross Country Wagon on July 12 2020.
Q: What was the lowest recorded sale price for a Six & Rambler V8?
A: The lowest recorded sale price was $5,700 for a 1959 Rambler Rebel Cross Country on April 06 2020.
Q: What is the average sale price of a Six & Rambler V8?
A: The average price of a Six & Rambler V8 is $15,188.
Q: What years was the Six & Rambler V8 sold?
A: The Six & Rambler V8 was sold for model years 1956 to 1960.
|1956 Nash Rambler Cross Country Wagon||$20,000||Mar 03, 2021|
|1959 Nash Rambler Sedan||$10,450||Jan 10, 2021|
|1956 Nash Rambler Cross Country Wagon||$24,200||Jul 12, 2020|
|1959 Nash Rambler||$13,750||Jul 11, 2020|
|1960 Amc Rambler Wagon||NOT SOLD||Jun 02, 2020|
|1959 Rambler Rebel Cross Country||$5,700||Apr 06, 2020|
|1960 Rambler Country Club Custom||$15,950||Jan 05, 2020|
|1958 Amc Rambler Super Cross Country Wagon||$20,900||Oct 26, 2018|
|1959 Rambler Six Cross Country||$10,250||Aug 06, 2018|
|1959 Rambler Nash Wagon||$15,500||Jul 19, 2018|