The Ajax was an American vehicles brand produced by the Nash Motors Company of Kenosha, Wisconsin, in 1925 and 1926. The Ajax was processed in the recently procured Mitchell Motors Company plant in Racine, Wisconsin. In 1926, all Ajax models were changed over into Nash Light Sixes.
Interest for Nash autos was high to the point that by November 1924, the organization’s existing plants were working every waking hour six days a week and Charles W. Nash advertised a Us$1 million extension at the automaker’s unique Kenosha office.
Mitchell Motors Company was the producer of Mitchell brand autos from 1903 to 1923. In April 1923 the organization was compelled into liquidation. At the 31 January 1924 closeout of the Mitchell area and edifices with 500,000-square-foot (46,000 m) of floor space, Charles Nash offered the winning offer of $405,000.
The Ajax was assembled utilizing apparatus moved from Nash’s other procurement, the Lafayette Motors Company of Milwaukee, and introduced in the Racine plant. Hence, new Ajax was dependent upon a prior configuration, premium variant of the Lafayette from the unanticipated 1920s. The Ajax was accessible in three form styles: 4-entryway vehicle, 4-entryway touring, and a 2-entryway car. The publicized retail cost was $865 for the five-traveler touring auto, and $995 for the five-traveler four-entryway vehicle.
The Ajax came standard with building and quality characteristics that incorporated a 170 cu in (2.8 L) L-head Nash straight-six motor with a seven fundamental bearing crankshaft, power encourage grease framework, three-velocity transmission, four-wheel brakes (around then bizarre for an auto of its value), steel disc wheels, and additionally mohair velvet upholstery and an electric clock. The Ajax Six prepared “bona fide 60 mph” (97 km/h) driving, and its characteristics were not found on autos of this size and low cost.
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