Rambler

Chevy V8 Swapped: 1964 Rambler Classic 770

The Classic was the journeyman Rambler model from 1961-66, replacing the former Rebel. The second generation of the Classic ran from 1963-64 and Motor Trend magazine was so impressed by the line that they gave it the “Car of… more»

Sporty 6-Cylinder: 1966 Rambler American Rogue

Before Nissan gave the name Rogue to their smaller SUV for 2008, American Motors applied that moniker to the Rambler American’s 2-door hardtop. The Rogue replaced the 440-H in 1966 and would stick around through the retirement of the… more»

Easy Restoration? 1960 Rambler Custom Cross Country

Most people don’t realize that Rambler was one of the top five U.S. auto makes by production in the early 1960s. Of course, they were dwarfed by Chevrolet and Ford but still managed 4th in 1960, 3rd in 1961,… more»

Rough Fish: 1965 Rambler Marlin

For the first two years, 1965 and 1966, the Marlin was based on the Rambler Classic. Then in 1967, their final year of production, they evolved (get it, fish, evolved… tough crowd) into having a different front clip from… more»

Custom Sleeper: 1966 Rambler American 440

The American served as the entry-level car for AMC between 1958 and 1969 and was the second incarnation of the Rambler compact from the Nash-Hudson days. Until the Hurst SC/Rambler was built in limited numbers in the American’s final… more»

Forest Find: 1964 Rambler Ambassador 990-H

In 1963, American Motors rolled out all-new Rambler Classics and Ambassadors. The cars were such an improvement over their predecessors and competitors that the whole line of Ramblers was named Car of the Year for 1963 by Motor Trend…. more»

Twin Stick: 1963 Rambler American 440 Convertible

If that striking gold paint doesn’t grab your attention, perhaps that 100-inch wheelbase will. This 1963 Rambler American 440 convertible was sent in by a Barn Finds reader who found it here on eBay in Mount Laurel, New Jersey…. more»

Clean Patina: 1960 AMC Rambler Cross Country Wagon

Whether literally or figuratively, we’ve long been warned not to judge a book by its cover. There’s no exception here. This 1960 Rambler Cross Country wagon was sent to us by an anonymous Barn Finds reader who found it… more»

No Reserve: 1953 Nash Rambler “Airflyte”

While it might not seem so at first glance, the Nash Rambler is actually a significant car in American automotive history. It represented the first example of an American manufacturer being able to successfully introduce a “compact” car to… more»

Stored 20 Years: 1965 Rambler Marlin

The first thing you’ll notice with this 1965 Rambler Marlin are the photos. I don’t mean to always talk about the quality of the photos in online car listings, but this one is legendary, a hall of fame candidate… more»

Sleeper Wagon: 1963 Rambler Classic 550

This 1963 Rambler Classic 550 Station Wagon is an extremely tidy but unassuming looking vehicle. However, it is the automotive equivalent of Clark Kent. All the driver needs to do is to bury the right foot, and the Wagon… more»

Rambler Roller: 1963 Rambler American 330

We have seen a lot of second-generation Rambler Americans here on Barn Finds over the years, but not many that were as much of a blank slate as this 1963 Rambler American 330 is. This one is listed here… more»

Twin-Stick: 1963 Rambler American 440-H

It can be challenging for some people to think of this 1963 Rambler American 440-H as being sporty, but for the time, it would have probably been AMC’s sportiest model. Compared to the previous generation Rambler American it sure… more»

Classic (Deluxe) Cruiser: 1962 AMC Rambler

When most people think “classic cruiser”, I’d bet it’s safe to say the 1962 AMC Rambler isn’t the first car that comes to mind. It’s not for me either, but after seeing this one, I’d send it way up… more»

No Reserve: 1958 Nash Metropolitan

At 12.5-feet in length, this 1958 Metropolitan is one short and sweet car. They are really unique cars with a unique history and they had a very unusual manufacturing process. This little black and white Met can be found… more»

29K Mile Survivor: 1964 Rambler Classic 770

The seller refers to this 1964 Rambler Classic 770 as a weekend princess rather than a trailer queen. Given its condition, it could be either one of those things. This beautiful 29,000-mile Rambler Classic can be found here on… more»