We all know of some of these cars, and some of them went on to become collector classics, like the Ford Edsel. There were also some great car makers that have completely disappeared, like Nash Rambler, which produced Nashes early on, and later made and sold Ramblers, which were a popular family vehicle back in the 1960’s. The first car we had when I grew up and got married was a little Rambler American. It got great gas mileage, and would probably have lasted forever if my ex-husband hadn’t been very drunk and smashed it to smithereens against a tree one night. (amazingly, he walked away from the wreck .......... came home mad, and tore the claw foot bathtub out of the wall) Anyway, back to the topic, I know we have several people here who like older cars, so I thought that some pictures and information of some of these cars would be fun to look at and discuss. One of my favorites, and the vehicle that I would personally LOVE to own, is the Subaru Baja. It is kind of an updated version of the Subaru BRAT, which I also liked. It was manufactured for a few years in the early 2000’s; and you still see one advertised now and then; but I have never seen anyone actually driving one. Subaru is one of my favorite car manufacturers, and the ones I have seen friends have, have been great dependable little cars.