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Although American Motors Corporation (AMC) was only in operation from 1954 to 1988, their cars loom large over the landscape of American automotive history. The AMC Rambler convertible top, a model which AMC purchased from Nash Motors in 1954, became one of America’s iconic vehicles: the classic 1960s family station wagon.
AMC Rambler convertible tops actually began much earlier, with the Rambler 1913 touring car. The AMC Ramber soft top had a resurgence in post-war America: after WWII, Nash wanted to produce an affordable small car, but steel shortages limited their manufacturing options. The Nash Rambler convertible top was a clever solution to this production problem.
AMC faltered again in the 1970s, until the company struck a deal with Renault to bring the Renault Alliance convertible top to the American market. This collaboration revitalized AMC for many years, and the Renault Alliance soft top proved to be a popular model.