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The Rambler convertible top began as a brand name of the Thomas B. Jeffery Corporation, and was later used by Nash Motors, then American Motors Corporation. Rambler soft top cars were collectively named Motor Trend's "Car of the Year" in 1963, but a combination of economic forces and poor management decisions led to the brand being discontinued domestically in 1969.
The Rambler name is most closely associated with the Nash Rambler and the Rambler Ambassador convertible top, which was the flagship model of the line under American Motors Corporation. The Rambler Classic convertible top was a mid-sized car split off from the Ambassador and positioned as an economical and reliable Rambler soft top.
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