AMC Rambler

Rare 1967 AMC Rogue Convertible With V8/4-Speed!

American Motors had quite the line-up in 1967. While they are always remembered for the later Javelin and AMX, 1967’s line-up included the Ambassador and its derived Marlin, now for ’67 based on the Ambassador platform, the Rebel and… more»

Original Owner? 1962 Rambler American

With an even crazier profile than mine, this 1962 Rambler American looks like a car that didn’t quite come together in the design phase, doesn’t it? I love these quirky cars and think that they’re fun, interesting, and cool,… more»

One-Owner 1965 Rambler Marlin 327 Twin-Stick

This 1965 Rambler Marlin has just about every box checked: it’s a one-owner car, an actual barn find, it has a mere 24,000 miles, it has a 327 V8, and the rare twin-stick manual transmission. What. A. Car! The seller… more»

Marvelous Find! 1965 Rambler Marlin

I knew about the Plymouth Barracuda before I knew about AMC’s Rambler Marlin. As a matter of fact, the first time I encountered a Marlin, I thought it was a Plymouth too, why not? I just assumed Plymouth had… more»

Scrambler Shell: 1969 AMC Hurst SC/Rambler

UPDATE 12/15/2019: The seller of this 1969 AMC Hurst SC/Rambler project has lowered their asking price to $6,800, shown here on craigslist. Check it out again and let us know your thoughts! Thanks, Roger, for sending in this tip!… more»

Sweet 1967 AMC Rambler 550 Rebel Wagon Survivor!

This 1967 AMC Rambler 550 Rebel Cross Country Wagon is an absolutely stunning, all original vehicle that has been well taken care of. There are 18 bids putting the price at $7,000, and the reserve not yet met. It… more»

All Original: 1960 Rambler American Deluxe

I would have guessed that this 1960 Rambler American Deluxe had been repainted but the seller says that it’s an all original car. It sure looks good, at least from a few feet away. It can be found here… more»

Rebel = First Muscle Car? 1959 Rambler Rebel

Many people say that the 1957 Rambler Rebel with a 327 V8 engine was the first muscle car. That’s always dangerous ground because some folks take it as a personal challenge to dispute any “first/fastest/oldest/biggest/smallest/anything’est” claims. First or not,… more»

$4,500 or Offer: 1961 Rambler Classic Custom

This 1961 Rambler Classic Custom was already a half-dozen years old in its design but Rambler gave it a new grille and this looks like a nice example. It can be found here on Craigslist in West Hartford, Connecticut… more»

No Shrinking Violet: 1969 AMC Hurst SC/Rambler “Scrambler”

AMC is a manufacturer that I have always admired. Although it always lacked the development budgets that were available to the “Big 3” car makers, it seemed to have the ability to produce some really good cars on a… more»