Rambler

Stylish Compact Coupe: 1955 Nash Rambler Country Club

Nash Motors introduced the Country Club in 1952. At a time when compact cars were just starting out, the Country Club was an upscale model and was only offered as a 2-door hardtop, which was also just coming of… more»

Fastback Survivor: 1965 AMC Rambler Marlin

American Motors’ Marlin debuted in 1965 as a fastback version of the Rambler Classic. Looking a bit like an overgrown Plymouth Barracuda, it was a mid-size car for two years and then a full-size in its third and final… more»

One Family AMC: 1963 Rambler Classic 660

American Motors rolled out its first all-new designs in seven years when the new mid-size Rambler Classics and Ambassadors were introduced in 1963. They were sleeker than before and had some updates and improvements that were significant enough for… more»

Rare 1955 Hudson Rambler Cross Country Station Wagon

About one minute before Nash combined with Hudson to form American Motors Corporation, Nash brought out its Cross Country wagon for 1954. Riding on a 108″ wheelbase, the styling of the new four-door wagon represented a mild update to… more»

Classic V8! 1963 Rambler 660

You know, I can recall a time when American Motor’s cars such as this 1963 Rambler Classic were subtly scorned. It was a time when the BIG Detroit Three sucked all of the air (and gasoline) out of the… more»

10,220 Miles! 1969 American Motors Rambler 440

Most of us know the Rambler American, a car that came in three generations with three distinctive designs. The last generation was a sleek car, at least when compared to the first two somewhat stodgy designs, and it had… more»

No Reserve: 1965 Rambler Marlin

American Motors conceived the Marlin as something of a personal luxury car. But it looked a bit like a large Plymouth Barracuda (1964-66) and a lot like the Dodge Charger (1966-67) that would follow it. It was in production… more»

No Reserve Driver: 1966 AMC Rambler Classic 770

The Rambler Classic was the “bread and butter” car of the American Motors lineup in the 1960s. It was their version of the family sedan and it was offered in three trim levels (770 being at the top). In… more»

Solid Station Wagon: 1966 AMC Ambassador 880

From 1957 to 1974, the Ambassador was American Motors’ top-of-the-line automobile. From 1965 onward, AMC positioned the automobile in the full-size arena to compete with the big Fords and Chevrolets. Mostly referred to as the Rambler Ambassador, it lost… more»

No Reserve Rarity: 1967 Rambler Rogue Rag Top

OK, so there is some initial confusion with the listing for this convertible. It is stated as being an AMC Hornet Silver(?) but it’s actually a 1967 Rambler American Rogue convertible – and a rare car at that as… more»

Just Add Engine: 1959 Rambler Super

American Motors Corp. was formed in 1954 through the merger of Hudson Motor Car Co. and Nash-Kelvinator. Throughout the subsequent years, the company usually operated on a shoestring but remained viable until the end of the 1980s when Chrysler… more»

Never Seen Snow! 1961 Rambler American Deluxe

Rambler came out with the freshly re-bodied American for the 1961 model year but it was still based on the previous bathtub Rambler American with a 100-inch wheelbase. This fantastic-looking 1961 Rambler American Deluxe sedan can be found posted… more»

Open-Air Summer Fun! 1961 Rambler American

The Rambler American, built by American Motors, was one of the first compact cars marketed by a U.S. automaker. With roots in its Nash heritage, the American debuted in 1958, was quickly joined by the Studebaker Lark in 1959,… more»

5 Speed Manual? 1961 Rambler American

We cover a lot of mainstream station wagons on BF, and even some non-mainstream examples such as Studebakers. But a Rambler American, like this 1961 subject? Few and far between! And that being the case, let’s take a look… more»

Cross Country Project: 1965 Rambler Ambassador

Beginning in the late 1950s, the Ambassador was resurrected as American Motors’ top-of-the-line automobile. At times, it was a mid-size with fancy trim, while at others it strived to compete as a full-size product. This 1965 Ambassador is the… more»

Cross Country Beauty! 1962 Rambler American

The Rambler American was the forerunner in the compact car market which swept through U.S. automakers in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Studebaker would follow with the Lark in 1959, Ford with the Falcon in 1960, and the… more»

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