Rambler

Just Two Owners! 1962 Rambler American

Nash-Kelvinator Corp. and Hudson Motor Car Co. merged in 1954 to form American Motors. Soon after, they began to consider new product offerings, and the Rambler American was born in 1958. It began as an updated and modernized version… more»

Reassembly Required: 1953 Nash Rambler Wagon

Finding a Nash Rambler in this day and age is an uncommon discovery find but a 1953 Custom station wagon? Hardly an everyday event! This is considered a matching number car that, “was a running and driving car prior… more»

3 for 1 Project: 1969 AMC SC/Rambler

The Rambler American had its swan song at American Motors in 1969, to be replaced by the revived Hornet nameplate the following year. But the car went out in style with a limited-edition muscle model called the SC/Rambler, a… more»

1959 Rambler Ambassador Custom Cross Country

Rambler made both a post and a hardtop version of the 1959 Rambler Ambassador Custom Cross Country wagon and you can see that this isn’t the hardtop version. That’s a bummer but this is still a very cool car… more»

Summer Cruiser: 1963 Rambler American 440

By far my personal favorite era of the Rambler American, this car would be great to own for summer car cruising and car show duties. Or maybe, winter cruising if I lived in a reasonable climate that wasn’t cold… more»

Big Fish: 1965 Rambler Marlin

In 1965, at least two car companies had “fishy” names: the Plymouth Barracuda, a fairly new pony car, and the Rambler Marlin, a really new personal luxury sporty automobile. The Marlin was based on a 1964 concept car called… more»

Moving – Must Sell: 1965 Rambler Classic 770

It’s hard to believe that the Rambler Classic was only made for a half-dozen years, it’s such a well-known name among vintage car fans that it seems as if the name was around for longer than that. This 1965… more»

Rust-Free Daily Driver: 1962 Rambler American

While owning an iconic and valuable classic car comes with benefits, there is something to be said for turning your attention to a less desirable car in extraordinary condition. That could be the case with this 1962 Rambler American… more»

Mini-Muscle Car: 1969 AMC SC/Rambler

Between 1968-70, American Motors would offer three short-lived muscle cars. The first was the 1968-70 AMX, which was a 2-seat GT-style heart thumper. The last was the 1970 Rebel Machine, a limited production mid-size that was painted to look… more»

All Original 43K-Mile 1965 Rambler Marlin

This 1965 Rambler Marlin is maybe the nicest one that you’re going to find if you’re looking for a nice, all-original, low-mile car with a V8 and factory AC. The seller has this fastback time capsule posted here on… more»

Project with Parts: 1965 Rambler American 330

The American, built from 1958-69, was American Motors’ second incarnation of the car since it began with Nash before the merger of Nash and Hudson to form AMC. The final generation of the American ran from 1964-69 and was… more»

Early Subcompacts: Trio of Metropolitans

The Nash Metropolitan was a small, American car built in England from 1953-61. While being sold as a Nash, it also was peddled as a Hudson after Nash and Hudson merged to form American Motors. And later it was… more»

Parked 50 Years: 1965 Rambler Ambassador 990 Wagon

How many of you have owned a Rambler? This 1965 Rambler Ambassador 990 Cross Country wagon has to have one of the longest names in the history of car naming conventions. No, it’s not an AMC Ambassador, those would… more»

Solid Survivor: 1965 Rambler Classic 770

American Motors’ Rambler Classics and Ambassadors were all-new for 1963 and were considered good enough to win Motor Trend’s Car of the Year award that year. 24 months later, the same basic car got a heavy facelift yet continued… more»

Only 3,500 Miles? 1963 Rambler Classic 660 Wagon

Regular readers will know that when it comes to classic cars with low-mileage claims, I like to give the seller the benefit of the doubt. That is the case with this 1963 Rambler Classic 660 Cross Country Wagon. The… more»

327 V8 With EFI! 1965 Rambler Marlin

For three years, the Marlin would be a halo car for American Motors. It’s considered a personal luxury automobile much like the Dodge Charger which followed it in 1966. From the windshield forward, it was a Rambler Classic. But… more»