The domestic automotive market is a mere shadow of what it once was. There were dozens of American-based automotive brands on the market. Now there is only a handful and the main companies are the big three. Nash was another automotive nameplate prominent up until the 1950s (via Ranker).
The Nash Rambler was one of the most popular models for the brand and it was carried on as an AMC model. There are still imprints that the Nash brand left on the automotive market to this day and the cars continue to gain value.