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1) The first option is to run the car in our monthly classifieds (the Ad Release), which are delivered to all AMCRC members. Ads run for 3 months, and the fee is only $10.
2) The second option is the first option PLUS, for another $10 ($20 total) we will run the car on the website, with up to 5 photos, for the same 3 months. If the car is incomplete or not running, option 1 is your only choice.
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|1957 Rambler Super 4dr sedan
- Pat Foster's personal car. Good solid original, believed to be
original paint, two-tone and very striking combination. Six cylinder,
three-speed stick, overall a nice car. 67,000 original miles, I
am the third owner. Brakes were completely redone last year, fuel tank
was rebuilt. Rebuilt carb, new fuel pump, new battery, ready to
go. $6500. Call AMCRC Member Pat at 203 877 6717 9am to
4pm. Car is located in Milford CT
|1958 Rambler American 2dr.
Red with white roof. 196 LHE / 3sp. Completely stock,
original equipment and has 24,884 miles. Runs great. David
Skoglie in NV
509-554-1520 or eamil: firstname.lastname@example.org. 2
|1960 Rambler Ambassador 4dr.
327 V8 / Borg-Warner pushbutton AT. Body, paint and interior are
in very good condition. No rust or major body work. Chrome
is in excellent condition. 106,630 original miles. Brand
new battery, coil, master cylinder, freeze plugs recently installed,
plus newer trunnions (front end), and carburetor. Car runs nice,
garaged. Literature and other material to go
with the car - $4,950.
|1960 Rambler American Super, beautiful “Desert Rose” is
(regretfully) for sale. I purchased the car in South Carolina 1 year ago, and
planned to keep it forever, but health issues have intruded.
93,000 miles. No rust. Continental kit. Engine compartment looks like new.Compression
at least 120 in all 6 cylinders. Runs fine, brakes very
good. Excellent paint, totally new
interior. New wide white walls 2 years ago. Automatic
transmission was rebuilt last summer and works great. Owner’s
manual and shop manual. New shock absorbers and new tie rod
ends. I have receipts. Car is in northern MN. $8,400.
|1962 Rambler Classic 400 Cross Country wagon.
My friend owned it for 10 years and had 11K in it. It has newer
paint and interior is all done to original. It has the inline 6
with three on the tree and overdrive. It is reliable, and I drive
it 3-4 times a week. It originally came from Chicago, and I have
the original owner’s manual, mechanics textbook, and sales
brochure. Most everything works on it, and it shows 59,000 on the
odometer. I had it looked at three weeks ago at the garage that
normally handles it, and it will need a vacuum advance and a new
clutch. I reduced the price 1K for that. It still drives
fine. It has the yellow 1956 CA plate on it with the surf wagon
looks. Racks and a lot of collectible stickers. The bottom
is rhino lined and the rear has adjustable air shocks. Has minor
rust. Clean title, current tags, and the pink in hand. The
car is located in San Clemente, CA. $6000.
|1963 AMC Rambler Classic 550 4Dr Sedan -Runs great, three speed manual transmission, no rust, ready to drive.
New brakes, new paint job, have original manual & owner's
identification card. Original rims and hubcaps, 79,xxx original miles.
Chrome in great condition, 2 sets of keys. Third owner. Aftermarket
side mirrors have been added. Seats need to be re-upholstered.
May need a new windshield - small crack on passenger side (not
leaking). Asking price is $5950. Located in Mapleton, IL. For more information email email@example.com
|1964 Rambler Classic 770 4dr.
287 V8 / AT, PS, PB, AC, 131,000 miles. Runs great. Located
in southern New Mexico. $3500 obo. Contact Wally at
575-687-4346 / firstname.lastname@example.org 6
|1964 Rambler American 440 convertible.
OHV 196 / AT, power top, seats that fold flat, transistor radio.
It even has a tissue box holder mounted under the dash. This car is in
great shape for one that turned 50 last year. Its in-line
6-cylinder is in great shape. The odometer shows 49,594 mi, but I
cannot guarantee that it has not seen 149,594 mi. Since I have
owned it, I have repainted it, replaced the vinyl top, bypassed the
vacuum fuel pump with a new electric pump, installed a new electric
starter, rebuilt the carburetor, dropped and cleaned the fuel tank, and
given it a brake job. It starts better today than it did the day it
rolled off the lot. I have the original sales slip and owner's
manual. For more info send me a text at 317-445-6196 <tel:
317-445-6196>. Asking $13,200. - Joshua in
|1964 AMC Rambler American 440 convertible
- 6 cyl, AT, power top. 77,000 mi. New tires, brakes, brake
lines, master cylinder, shocks, idler arm, battery, carb, complete tune
up - engine and transmission work like new. Everything works -
lights, gauges etc. New Haartz stay fast convertible top.
Restored by previous owner and just underwent complete re-paint and
engine detail and paint. Original AM radio works. You will
not find one nicer. Original Owner’s Manual. This was a
California clean car - solid and rust free. I purchased from
California owner and brought to NY Jan 2014. $16,995, negotiable.
|1965 Rambler American 440 convertible.
196 OHV engine/standard 3sp transmission. Nice paint on a nearly
rust-free body is shiny, but has some sanding marks. Nice interior with
great dash pad. Electric top motor is fine. Good top latches,
handles, and sun visor brackets. All chrome and trim is in nice
condition. It runs great and is a dependable driver. New brakes, NOS
Clutch disc, pressure plate, throwout bearing, all boots & bushings
in linkage, driveshaft & U-joints, shocks, carpeting, front wheel
bearings, rechromed front & rear bumpers, new trunk seal &
brush seals, NOS etched scuff plates, exhaust system, hoses &
heater valve, turn signal switch, NOS grille, headlight doors, hood
ornament & emblems, gas tank cleaned & sealed, new top, 5 new
B.F. Goodrich Touring T/A radial tires installed March of 2012.
Spare parts included are NOS fuel & temp gauges, a complete used
instrument cluster with NOS lens, temp & air control cables. $8500
|1965 Rambler Ambassador 990 SW. Has 327 / AT, PS, PDB, AC, tilt, dual
head rests and 106,285 miles. The car is a clean, dry, rust free California car. The
exterior is mostly original. I replaced the taillight lenses with
a pair of NOS. Some parts of the body have
been repainted, but most of the paint is original. The engine is original
and has had some work done on A/C, valves, heads, water pump, and
radiator. Recent includes front suspension,
alignment, 4 new Coker white wall tires, new front disc brakes, new
rear drum brakes, both brake drums and disc rotors has been resurfaced,
new spark plugs, rebuilt Holley carburetor, new valve covers, new
intake manifolds, new oil pain seal with fresh oil. The engine
purrs and runs very strong. The rebuilt transmission shifts smoothly. I bought the car for $16,000 and invested $8,150
to get her in a top running condition. This is not a show car -
it's a "survivor" car. The car is a rust-free and Bondo-free, and
almost like it came out of the factory. The selling price is
$16,000. Call Sal at 805-296-7366 in CA.
|1965 Rambler Classic 770 convertible. 232 six / AT, PS, PB.
The Rambler has the Owner’s Manual and a repair manual, as well as some
advertisements from the dealer. There is no rust on the body, the
car is always garaged, and always starts and runs great. The
upholstery has been replaced and is in very good condition. There
are original retractable seat belts in front. I added 2 for safety in
the back. The convertible top is in excellent condition.
The car comes from an AMC dealer in PA (Robert Young and Sons, Easton,
PA) who kept 3-4 AMC cars in his garage after the dealership closed in
1988. I bought it in 2006 and drove it 300 miles up to
Boston. I take the car to shows or just out for fun. Asking
$16,000 obo. Frank Paolino, Acton MA 978-635-1338 / email@example.com
|1965 Rambler Classic 770 4dr sedan.
Burgundy, 287 V8 / AT, AM, PS, manual brakes, vacuum
wipers. Many new parts installed. Runs Good, Looks
Good. Recent carb & alternator. Needs minor repairs but
can be driven and enjoyed 'as-is'. Some extra parts, books,
service manual, and similar owners manual also available.
$2,500. Mount Holly,
|1965 Rambler Classic 660 4dr.
232 straight 6 / AT, PS. Great running condition, brand new
upholstery, straight body and decent paint, original trunk mat and
minor rust in the trunk. Speedometer reads 38146, with 49,000
miles on a completely rebuilt engine. Very reliable, it was my daily
driver prior to moving to Northern VA a year ago (this is a west coast
auto). I am the 4th owner and have owned it for 10 years, has been
garaged most of its life in Oregon. Contact me if you have any
questions, and you are truly interested in possibly owning this lovely
car (Vera). I am asking $4000 obo - I am willing to consider any
|1966 Rambler American Rogue 2dr hardtop.
290 Typhoon V8 / 4sp transmission. Red with black top. Rare
mid-year example from the first year of the Rogue. Over $8500 in
upgrades / repairs within the last year. New Edelbrock 4bbl,
American Racing wheels, tires, brakes, front end suspension, shocks,
electronic ignition, distributor, heater, dual exhaust with glass
packs, and much more. This car looks, sounds, and runs
great! I’ve got to let it go - Only $10,500. Located in
|1966 AMC Ambassador convertible.
67,000 miles, PS, factory AC, AM/FM, tilt wheel, PW, front power disc
brakes, power top and AMC 327 4 barrel. Has new carpet in car and
trunk, new top. Comes with a few extra parts, service manual,
& warranty book. Pay to ship or come and pick it up.
Asking $11,000. Woodland, MI
|1966 Rambler American 440 convertible.
Very rare and very sharp. Bought as a project car about 5 years
ago. Over $9000 invested. New power top, upholstery, American Racing
Torque Thrust wheels, BF Goodrich Radial T/A, Holley 350 carb, Accel
coil, electric fuel pump, oil pump, shocks, master brake cylinder, flex
fan blade. Replaced tank, hoses and wiring, and too many parts to
mention. Bodywork involved a few dents/dings and small wheel well
rust. Covered in burnt orange sunburst. Not perfect, but
turned out pretty darn good. Runs great, fun to drive.
$8750 plus shipping from Cincinnati, OH. Contact Matt at firstname.lastname@example.org
|1966 Rambler Classic 770 2drHT.
This car has the original 327 2bbl V8 engine with the automatic
transmission, electric wipers, power steering. The seats have
recently been reupholstered. The price is $6,500 firm. If
you are seriously interested in the car, Call Tim @ 208-371-9457
|1966 Rambler Classic convertible.
232 / AT. Teal, new top, rebuilt transmission, rebuilt
carburetor, new plugs, wires, etc, new radio, low mileage (27,400), no
rust, all trim and bumpers are in perfect condition, looks great.
$12,900 obo. Reasonable offers please, no low-ballers.
Chicago IL area. Call John
|1967 Ambassador 880 Sport Sedan -
1 of 100 special edition “Yellowjackets” with a 290 V8. Hialeah
Yellow with black roof and mint black interior. No rust
whatsoever underneath, and just a tad of surface rust behind the
wheels. Three-on-the-tree with overdrive and power
steering. 102k miles. AM and working 8-track. All original
and unmolested. I am the 2nd owner, and have driven 1100 miles
per year for the past 12 years. Professionally maintained - just
a tuneup, clutch, carpet, and rear shocks. Never a problem.
I'm moving south but would like to keep the car in the club.
Asking $4,000. AMCRC Member, Media PA.
|1968 AMC AMX.
Complete nut-and-bolt rotisserie restoration, numbers-matching.
Black car with black interior. 315 hp 390 V8 / 4sp / 3.54 rear
end. PS, radio, wood steering wheel, redline radial tires.
Red racing stripes across hood, roof, and trunk as done at
factory. Red oxide underneath. High point show car, very
fast, none finer. $39,500 – pictures available by mail
only. AMCRC Member Eric R Hoeflich, 537 Delaware Ave, Delanco,
856-461-6563 / email@example.com 59
|1969 AMC Hurst SC/Rambler
Here is a genuine, documented, restored, correct block &
transmission factory race car! Has all of the original numbers,
stampings, and the door tag with untouched original rivets! This car
has an exceptional story. Previously owned and driven daily by
the SC/Rambler registry founder and registrar, for almost 20 yrs.
This is the real deal and very rare car! Excellent show
William Franklin 210-279-4949 / Wfranklin@jordanmotors10west.com.
Web Link: Click Here 60
|1972 AMC Hornet 4dr
Smooth-running 258 cid 6 w/ unusual 3-speed floor shift. Always a
west coast car, mainly in Oregon. Many receipts from previous
(2nd) owner. Tired Clutch, but a very solid, fun to drive, and
complete project. Sale includes original license plate frames
from Grant Motors in Eugene, Oregon. Currently owned by a
long-time Rambler Club member, who needs room for a new acquisition -
$1500 obo. AMCRC Member
|1973 AMC Hornet 2dr hatchback.
232 / AT. PS, factory working AC, AM (needs repair), drum
brakes. Rust-free, solid, garage-kept & pampered all of its
life. Odometer is showing 48,500. The original paint, copper tan
metallic w/ white roof, and original black pinstripe are still quite
striking and well-preserved. The dash is excellent with no
cracks, as are the door and rear quarter interior panels, interior
trim, & headliner. The carpet is dried out, and age
& heat have taken its toll on the seats - they will have to be
redone. Chrome and glass are nice. Clear CA title.
|1975 AMC Pacer.
All original and equipped with a 232 / AT and AC. It has 45,000
miles on it, and overall, is in very, very good condition. There are
some cracks in the hard plastic interior panels. The only rust is in
the corners of the rear bumper, along with some surface rust under the
gas cap. The AC is currently not working, as it needs a charge.
This is an excellent driver-quality car - $4,800. Bismarck,
|1975 Hornet Sportabout.
258 six, AT, PS, manual disc brakes, AC (not working), 84,000 original
miles, runs well. This is a very rusty vehicle, though it is
complete and drivable. Glass is good, has working factory AM/FM
stereo radio & factory full wheel covers. Drivetrain is in
good shape aside from broken exhaust stud, makes some noise under
acceleration. Front door hinges rebuilt. Carb rebuilt last
summer. Lots of good parts that I would hate to go to the
crusher. I am just looking for about the same as a junkyard would
pay for scrap value, say $300 obo. Car is located in southern NJ.
AMCRC Member Bob in NJ.
|1977 Matador 2dr coupe.
Barcelona package, tan & copper in color. Has 360 V8 / AT,
cruise, tilt, AC, PS, PB, AM/FM. The car is solid overall, the
vinyl roof is fair. Licensed and inspected in NY state.
Asking $7500. AMCRC Member R Church.
|1978 AMC Concord
D/L model, 232 6-cyl, automatic, manual brakes, 62,230 miles.
Exterior is 8B British Bronze with the British Bronze Vinyl roof.
Small rust spots on front fenders, rear quarter, and small dent in
right rear fender. Interior is Khaki and in good shape just dirty
it should cleanup with proper upholstery cleaning, radio gone, visors
missing and headliner needs replacement. Runs and drives but
needs tune up and exhaust work to be a driver. Additional
pictures available. Asking $650 Located in Derry,