Kaiser

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1954 Nash Statesman Country Club coupe

Story and photos by Brian Earnest Lowell Johnson is either a “Nash guy” with a fixation for Kaisers and Frazers, or a “Kaiser-Frazer guy”with a  soft spot for Nashes. Either way, every day is Independents Day for the Sheboygan, Wis., resident, who has an eclectic and very cool collection of wonderful orphans. One of...

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NATMUS has ultra rare Kaiser Carabela on display

The National Automotive & Truck Museum of the U. S. in Auburn, Ind., is proudly displaying one of the most rare Kaiser automobiles ever made. By 1955, Kaiser was pretty much out of the car building business in the United States.   Industrias Kaiser Argentina (IKA) was born on Jan. 19, 1955, in Santa Isabel,...

Car of the Week: 1954 Kaiser Darrin

Donald Dettore figures he’s had his eye on his 1954 Kaiser-Darrin roadster for about five decades, give or take a year or two. For most of that time, he tracked the car from afar as it changed owners multiple times. When he finally had his chance to bring home his own copy of the...