1910 Rambler Model 54 news, pictures, and information
His Rambler was introduced in the spring of 1902 and became the world's second mass-produced car, behind Oldsmobile's curved-dash model. The Rambler was one year before the formation of the Ford Motor Company. His 1900 and 1901 prototypes featured two radical innovations: steering wheels and front-mounted engines. The brand soon came to be known as 'The Car of Steady Service.'
This Touring model, powered by a 40 horsepower engine, cost $2,500 when new.