Thomas B. Jeffery, founder of the Rambler company, built his first car in 1897.

It is one of the most popular brands in early American motoring.

Rambler built its last cars in 1913 before being sold to Nash Motors.

Its final year, Rambler produced just one model: the 83 Cross Country Touring. This model is available in 4 body styles:

  • a “Gotham” limousine capable of accommodating 7 passengers
  • a 4-seater coupe
  • a passenger car for 4 or 5 passengers
  • a roaster for 2 to 3 passengers.