Rambler

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»

Perfect Patina? 1965 AMC Rambler Classic 770 Station Wagon

When the owner of this 1965 AMC Rambler Classic 770 Station Wagon purchased the vehicle, he aimed to create a project that would emphasize its years of accumulated surface corrosion as a cool custom. However, after beginning the process,… more»

1965 AMC Rambler Marlin 327 Barn Find

Someone has a barn full of fantastic AMC cars! What most of us wouldn’t give to have a pole building full of cars like this, I know I would. The seller has this 1965 Rambler Marlin listed here on… more»

42k Mile Survivor: 1960 Rambler American

The American is usually thought of as the first U.S.-built compact. It was followed by the Studebaker Lark, Ford Falcon, Plymouth Valiant, and a host of others. The first generation of the car was built between 1958-60 and the… more»

A Rare Fish: 1965 Rambler Marlin

I was ten when I first saw a new Mustang 2+2 up close and personal. It was Poppy Red and that fastback styling stopped me in my tracks. About a year later, I saw my first Marlin. It was… more»

Demolition Find: 1960 Rambler

Imagine buying a property with a house on it and finding an abandoned old car. That appears to be the case with this 61-year-old Rambler. It’s not an American as the seller postulates, but rather a Rambler Six or… more»

One Owner: 1966 Rambler Classic Rebel

The Rebel was one of AMC’s responses to the mid-decade muscle car craze that captured the 1960s, but it wasn’t a performance car in the same vein as what GM, Ford or Chrysler were offering. The Rebel was an… more»

Nicest One Left? 1958 Rambler Six Super

What an elegant and formal-looking car. Even though it may not have been as modern as some other vehicles of its era, it’s hard to argue with this design now. And it’s impossible to argue with the condition of… more»

Twin Stick Survivor: 1963 Rambler Classic 770

American Motors’ 1963 Rambler Classics and Ambassadors were the company’s first all-new cars since 1956. The mechanical and styling changes were numerous enough for Motor Trend to recognize the automobiles with their annual “Car of the Year” award. AMC… more»

390/4-Speed: 1969 AMC Hurst SC/Rambler

Is this Barn Find’y enough? I thought so. This 1969 AMC Hurst SC/Rambler is a car that a few million of us dream about finding hidden away in a barn or garage somewhere, forgotten, hidden amongst the general stuff…. more»

Desirable V8 Optioned: 1965 Rambler Marlin

The Rambler Martin, also known as the AMC Rambler, was a personal luxury car built by American Motors Corporation from 1965 to 1967. This example is the first year of the model and is listed for sale for $19,900… more»

V8 Survivor: 1964 Rambler Classic 770

Motor Trend’s Car of the Year honors went to the all-new Rambler Classic in 1963, the first new cars that AMC had developed since 1956. The 1964 editions, like this one, were little changed, and IMO were more attractive… more»

One Owner: 1965 Rambler Ambassador 990

The Ambassador was one of American Motors’ longest running nameplates, built from 1957-74. But it was previously a Nash product before Nash-Kelvinator and Hudson merged in 1954 to form AMC. This 1965 Ambassador is a one owner car being… more»

250 V8 With Patina! 1959 Rambler Rebel Cross Country

American Motors seldom had reason to celebrate, but 1959 was one of those years when they could. Not only did they build more cars than at any other time in their history (386,400 units), but it was also the… more»

The Price Is Right! 1965 Rambler Marlin

The Rambler Marlin was largely a fastback version of the Classic. In fact, the car drew mostly from the Classic and Ambassador parts bins. AMC would later repeat this process by turning the Javelin into an AMX and a… more»