American Motors was formed from the merger
of Hudson Motors and Nash-Kelvinator. The deal was the largest
corporate merger up to that point - worth $197,793,366.
Hudson and Nash car lines remained unchanged. The Jet, Hudson's
slow-selling entry into the compact market, was dropped. The
little Nash-Healey sports car was also discontinued after leaving
its mark on European sports car racing.
The next year, the Hudson
Wasp and Hornet were moved to the more contemporary Nash
platforms. The Nash Rambler and Metropolitan were badged as
Hudsons and sold under both marques.
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