The Museum also has a 1955 Nash Rambler station wagon built at a Nash plant which was located a few blocks from the Museum. Edna, the hood ornament on this car, looks like it could have been on the front of an old sailing vessel. This Nash was beautifully restored and fitted with a Chevy 350. No doubt this is one Little Nash Rambler that could seriously “beep, beep” a Cadillac.
She sewed all of our clothes on a treadle machine that rumbled the windows from the upstairs bedroom. Our Gate of Heaven uniforms were made from her hands to save money. Our Sunday best could not have been better when we attended Our Lady of Victory that morning in May of 1957. Dad drove our almost new car, a 1955 Nash Rambler station wagon, to church. That morning, after a light breakfast, we enjoyed a sumptuous Serhan style Sunday dinner. Yes, it was chicken and all the trimmings.