SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NASH CAR CLUB

"Celebrating 35 Years"

Welcome to the website of the Southern California Nash Car Club of America. Our club encourages preservation and restoration of the vehicles made by Nash, AMC and their predecessor organizations. These vehicles include the Rambler 1902-13, 1950-57, Jeffery 1914-17, Nash 1917-57, Ajax 1925-26, LaFayette 1920-24, 1934-40, Nash Healy 1951-54, Metropolitan 1954-62, Hudson 1955-57, Jeffery and Nash trucks 1913-28, 1947-54.

MEMBER NEWS

CHARLES HUMPREYS 1931-2018
Our dear friend and long time member, Charles Humphreys has passed away after a short battle with cancer. It will be difficult to attend a meet at not see his smiling face waiting for us. He was usually the first one there. I had many phone conversations with him. He was always positive and never a had a bad word to say about anyone or anything. He will be greatly missed.
Because of Charlie as our guide, we had many interesting tours in the Ridgecrest area. From Mt. Whitney to Death Valley and beyond, he made them an adventure.
He taught Russian and Latin for 54 years . He is survived by his sister , our member Kay(Gerry) Williams. A celebration of his life was held on July 28 in Ridgecrest. Many of his students attended and lots of friends and family.
He was an avid car collector and owned a beautiful Nash Ambassador and a Nash Healy among other automobiles.CHARLES HUMPREYS 1931-2018
Our dear friend and long time member, Charles Humphreys has passed away after a short battle with cancer. It will be difficult to attend a meet at not see his smiling face waiting for us. He was usually the first one there. I had many phone conversations with him. He was always positive and never a had a bad word to say about anyone or anything. He will be greatly missed.
Because of Charlie as our guide, we had many interesting tours in the Ridgecrest area. From Mt. Whitney to Death Valley and beyond, he made them an adventure.
He taught Russian and Latin for 54 years . He is survived by his sister , our member Kay(Gerry) Williams. A celebration of his life was held on July 28 in Ridgecrest. Many of his students attended and lots of friends and family.
He was an avid car collector and owned a beautiful Nash Ambassador and a Nash Healy among other automobiles.