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This Day In Norwood History-November 21, 1956-Boch Nash Co. Erecting Sales, Service Building

(photo colorized by the Norwood Historical Society

Ernest J Boch, of Boch Nash, Norwood.

Due to skyrocketing Rambler sales, Boch Nash of Norwood is erecting a new sales and service building. This structure will allow the company to maintain its claim to being America’s fastest growing Rambler dealer. Boch customers will continue to enjoy fast efficient service and quick delivery of new Ramblers.

The Boch organization is famous for delivering Ramblers at rock-bottom prices, according to Ernest Boch, president.

The new building will permit expansion of the company’s policy of painstaking conditioning and service work. It is located on Route 1, Norwood, four miles south of Route 128.

Wed, Nov 21, 1956 – 10 · The Boston Globe (Boston, Massachusetts)

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