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|1957 Rambler. I have been
told they did not make many of these. This one
is 56,000 original miles. She runs really good
and is in good condition. No PS, PB, or
radio. Three on the tree (column), steering
wheel has a crack on it. She would make an
awesome hot rod for someone. Asking $8,000
obo. Unfortunately, I must sell due to
moving - needs to be loved. Located in Sherman
Oaks, CA, USA.
|1958 Rambler Six Super 4dr. With
only 61,000 miles, all new paint, carpets, headliner, door panels,
tires, rebuilt head, and a detailed motor compartment, this is probably
the cleanest in the country. It has a push button automatic
trans. If you're looking for one, might want to buy this solid,
rust-free California Rambler. Contact Chris
Rambler American 2 door wagon.
It's an L head six with 3 speed overdrive, nice
upholstery, headliner, paint, decent chrome.
It's in overall fine condition. Asking
$10,500. AMCRC Member Soquel, CA
|1960 Rambler American
Super 4dr. 196 LHE / AT, radio
delete, Continental kit. Sovereign Blue with
Frost White roof. Car has 38K actual
miles. The Sovereign Blue was repainted
in 2000. The seats were redone in
the correct material. Car still has the
original rubber flooring. Original Owner’s Manual
along with some repair bills from the 1960s.
New brakes and lining on all 4 wheels, plus new
wheel cylinders. New exhaust, tune up, had the
gas tank cleaned, plus a new filler hose for the
tank. New 560x15 wide whitewall tires by Coker
Tire installed this year. The bumpers have
been rechromed. Asking $7500 obo. This
car really needs nothing. AMCRC Member
|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 2dr.
The car has a rebuilt 195.6 flathead six cylinder (with a new head) and
Borg Warner automatic transmission. It has an AM radio and
heater. Current year, classic professional restoration with
mechanical, paint, trim and hardware. Needs upholstery to
complete. Health necessitates sale. I have a list of all I
have done to the car, with prices. Call 855-600-7750 with any
questions you may have. Asking $9899. AMCRC Member Martin
Bagniewski, El Cajon,
|1961 Rambler Classic 4dr.
Three-on-the-tree / 196 cast iron 6cyl. 30,320 miles, all original,
unrestored. My grandfather ordered it in May of 1961. I
have the paperwork. I have owned it for the last 25 yrs.
Asking price is $4400, buyer pays shipping. Located in Tomah, WI.
AMCRC Member. email@example.com
|1961 Rambler Classic 4dr(Walter),
196 cid cast iron / 3sp. Original upholstery, paint has
been touched up here and there. Car is in good shape, everything
works, good driver - $3,500. Contact AMCRC Member Kevin in
CT. 860-599-6079, leave
|1962 Rambler American 400 convertible.
Brightwork is bright; glass is good. Paint has a few dings but
nothing major. Engine is the 196 ohv workhorse; transmission is
E-Stick three-speed. In the last three years fuel pump &
carburetor have been replaced, new upper trunnions installed, steering
gearbox and steering column rebuilt. Convertible top has new
hydraulic pump and rams. The car is a
half-century old so it has accumulated the usual rattles, squeaks and
leaks. Blows a little black smoke at the stop signs. Fuel
gauge is erratic and heater / wipers need attention. Slit about
an inch long on the top should
be repaired. Reno, NV. AMCRC Member
|1962 Rambler Classic Custom 4dr.
10,000 Miles, completely restored & road worthy. Radial
tires, AM/FM radio, quartz clock. This car has been a trophy
winner for quite a few years. It was the Aug 1994 AMCRC calendar
car, and most recently won a People’s Choice Award at the Ohio American
Motors Classics Chapter 10th Annual Ed Anderson AMCRC Regional Meet in
Dayton, OH, in Sept of 2010. The ride is smooth, and anywhere we
take it people compliment us on the car. $5,500 or make
offer. AMCRC Member.
Classic 770 4dr sedan. Arkansas car,
2nd owner, 21,000 original miles. Cast iron
six with a single barrel carb, posi-traction,
AT, AM Radio, and Weather Eye. No PS or
PB. I'm selling it because I have too many
cars. Original paint & upholstery.
New tires, exhaust, brakes, hardened valve
seats. Many more upgrades, too numerous to
list. It is spotless underneath, inside the
doors, and everywhere else you'd think you'd find
rust, but the cowl has rust at the heater core which
allows water to run in when it's washed.
$6000. Bella Vista, AR 72714.
|1963 Rambler Classic 550:
287 V8 / 3sp. The 287 was only made available after February of
1963, so it is very unusual in a 1963. It runs well, shifts well
and drives very nicely. It is painted original Concord Maroon and is
rust free everywhere. I believe much of the paint may be
original, and as shown it is shiny and smooth. The car is in excellent,
rust free condition. It could use a grille and front bumper, but
it presents well as is. The cowl and floor have none of the
typical heater box rot. The underbody is in excellent condition and is
either all original or restored. Much of the exhaust is factory
blue ceramic, the axle and torque tube are the correct thin brown
primer. Located in Louisville, KY. I am asking $5,000,
|1965 Rambler Ambassador 990 convertible,
one of only 3,499 made in 1965. Very good condition, runs great,
restored in 1988. Purchased from second owner in 1996. Never
driven in winter. 60,884 miles, no rust, top in great shape, some
interior wear, drives like a dream. Great parade car, 327 V8 / AT,
wheel spinners, vin: H321302. Located in Sackets Harbor NY.
$11,800 obo. AMCRC Member Jon Constance. 315-778-4655 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|1965 Rambler Classic 770,
4dr sedan, barn-stored for 10 years. Original interior, factory A/C,
straight 6, auto trans, 78,000 orig miles, smooth running, surface rust
only, straight body. McKinleyville, CA [NW Ca. hwy 101
coastal]. $2500. [buyer pays
shipping]. Local delivery negotiable within
|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 Classic 770 4dr
Runs great, but it just needs more work. It has the original engine
(232 inline 6) AT / PS. Was an AC car. The paint job is not
original. Somewhere in history the car went from white to a teal
color. She needs a home. I don't have the money to keep up
with this type of car, unfortunately. $3000 obo. Jessica A
Jones, Buena Park, CA.
|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 Classic convertible.
232 six & transmission professionally rebuilt. Front end has
all new ball joints & tie rods. Professional paint job, very
good running and looking car. Everything but clock works
great. Have original standard hub caps, spinners on car come with
it as well. Very clean, no rust. 75,000 miles. $9,000
obo. AMCRC Member Dale Woods, Grand Blanc MI. 810-836-6527 (cell). 40
|1966 AMC Ambassador DPL.
327 4v / AT on console, PS, power front disc brakes, electric wipers,
tilt wheel. Less than 300 miles on complete mechanical
restoration including engine, transmission, stainless sleeved brake
calipers, new brake pads, rotors and rear shoes/hardware, suspension
bushings and idler arm, axle and torque tube seals, all shocks.
Has a perfect dash pad. We have NOS (from SMS) original hounds tooth
upholstery and vinyl - enough to do seats, door panels, and throw
pillows (cost $1200). I have super nice correct Ambo horn ring.
Needs vinyl top replaced and some dialing in. Over $8000 in
receipts (plus car!). Asking $7499. AMCRC Member Chris
Huber. Email: email@example.com or call 775-335-7433
|1967 AMC Marlin.
81,000 miles. Blue / white 343 4bbl / AT on column, cruise,
PS, PB, AM radio, factory air, bucket seats. Has nice interior –
driver’s seat has some wear. This car had been setting in a
garage for 26 years. Before that, it was driven every day, so it
had rust in quarters, rockers, floors, and fenders. Looks good
from 50 feet away. The engine runs good – all the seals have been
replaced. One of 2545 made. I have a carpet kit and one NOS
fender that will go with the car. Asking $5000. AMCRC
Member Troy Gill, Mechanicsburg, OH. 937-869-0955 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|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.
|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.
|1974 AMC Matador Coupe Brougham.
304 / AT with dual exhaust. Incredibly low 18,000 actual
miles. Car has factory AC and AM / FM radio plus tilt wheel and
cruise control. Original paint and interior, always
garaged. Seat needs repair. A survivor at $7500.
AMCRC Member Casey McGowan, OH. 740-258-2369
|1978 AMC Concord Hatchback.
This is a rare car with X-package features, 258 six with headers and
dual exhaust, and Holley four barrel carb. The paint is only 4
years old and done in the original colors and scheme. Mileage is
low with only 37,000 miles registered. The interior is very nice
and all original. The car has factory AC and AM / FM radio.
This car runs and sounds like a V8, has lots of pep and is fun to
drive. Priced right a $7500. Aluminum slot wheels are not
included. Car is sold with original rally wheels. AMCRC
Member Casey McGowan, OH.
|1981 AMC Concord DL 4dr.
258 / AT, AM radio, AC, PS, PB, 51,000 miles. Gray with blue
vinyl top. Rust-free, blue cloth interior, new vinyl top and
headliner. The body has one small dent in the driver door and the
paint needs to be redone. The car runs and drives good.
Asking $2250. AMCRC Member Troy Gill, Mechanicsburg, OH.
937-869-0955 or email@example.com
|1988 AMC Eagle 4x4
wagon. One of the last AMCs
produced. Very clean with 91,000 original
miles. Excellent condition, completely
refurbished with many new parts and new tires.
Red exterior recently painted with wood sides.
Red leather interior with front bucket seats, 6 cyl,
AT, PS, PB, AC, power windows & locks, AM/FM/CD
stereo radio, sport steering wheel, rally gauge
package with tachometer. Runs great, drive
anywhere, pictures available - $3,500. Located
in southern NH.