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All mentioned companies had merged
together over the 20th century.

  • Nash Motors was founded in 1916.
  • The Thomas B. Jeffery Company (1902 until 1916),
  • The Hudson Motor Car Company (1909 until 1954),
  • American Motors Corporation (AMC) (1954 until 1988)

American Motors Corporation
major brands production:

  • AMC (1966–1987)
  • AM General (1974–1979)
  • Hudson (1954–1957)
  • Jeep (1970–1987)
  • Metropolitan (1958–1962)
  • Nash (1954–1957)
  • Rambler (1957–1983)

AMC was renamed Jeep Eagle Corporation and was ultimately acquired by Chrysler in 1987. In 2009, Italian automaker Fiat initiated takeover of Chrysler to save the struggling automaker from liquidation. The two companies would fully merge to create Fiat Chrysler Automobiles in 2014, and would further merge with the French firm PSA Group, owners of the Citroën and Peugeot brands, to form Stellantis in 2021.


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