The Rambler Ranch is the culmination of Terry Gale’s ideas, style, and tastes from a broad and diverse range of sources, in particular a life-long passion for the products of Nash, Rambler, American Motors Corporation (AMC), and its various subsidiaries such as Kelvinator Appliance; hence a uniquely diverse collection.
The collection started with his father’s 1954 Nash Ambassador, which was saved from the scrapyard in 1977. The collection quickly grew to around 30 vehicles and kept growing until Terry moved to the Rambler Ranch.
Located approximately 45 minutes south of Denver, the display collection currently consists of over 200 vehicles and an impressive array of complementary displays, picnic facilities, a vintage Sinclair Filling Station replica, a gift shop, and much more.
36370 Forest Trail
Elizabeth, CO 80107
Rambler Ranch Admission:
Plan: 3 hr
Rambler Ranch Hours:
Saturday & Sunday 10 am – 2 pm
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