Looks like a Willys and Rambler dealer. Sign at the end is a Willys sign, an FC and a CJ next to the wagon. Wow, that sign would look awesome bolted to the side of my house....Look at the wagon down at the end of the row of used cars. I guess the former owner preferred the styling of the new 1959 Ramblers. Yikes!
Boy, seeing those desert rats jeeps loaded with Jerry cans and machine guns and knowing bullets were going both ways.
When I was a kid in the ‘60s we got a used light green Rambler American sedan like the red one in the left part of the showroom. It was a pretty sad little car, especially since it replaced a very nice 1952 Ford Customline 2-door. Even as a little kid I hoped to have that Ford someday and was very upset when it got traded in for the Rambler.Look at the wagon down at the end of the row of used cars. I guess the former owner preferred the styling of the new 1959 Ramblers. Yikes!
Lew/lbpa18: "I like the Napco in the lineup in the last picture. Although I dont know when GM started doing their own 4X4s. I havent seen those wagons before. Anyone recognize them? What is on the hood on all of them? Looks like spilled paint on each one."