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The first four-door hardtop station wagon to hit the highways was the 1958 Rambler Ambassador, and of just 294 built, AMC collectors Frank and Elaine Wrenick’s example is one of just two known to exist. Their car has always been loved, and it still retains its original interior, which remains in fine condition. The couple purchased this car in 1981, long after it had been built as a demonstrator at a Holland, Mich., Nash dealership.

The first four-door hardtop station wagon to hit the highways was the 1958 Rambler Ambassador, and of just 294 built, AMC collectors Frank and Elaine Wrenick’s example is one of just two known to exist. Their car has always been loved, and it still retains its original interior, which remains in fine condition. The couple purchased this car in 1981, long after it had been built as a demonstrator at a Holland, Mich., Nash dealership.

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