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1965 AMC Rambler American Review
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45

The Toaster — how could I turn down a free car that ran? it had some ground clearance I didn't appreciate until it snowed and I rode above the slush, pale faded blue and nothing power or electric on it. a great first car, everything else was wonderful in comparison.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: How cops didnt even see it

Cons: no power at all for a straight flat head six

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Easy To Fix, But Not The Most Comfortable. — It's a Rambler. A cheap car when it was new. Not fast, but has lots of torque due to it's inline 6 engine. Parts are available and the engine is the same that eventually evolved into the Jeep 4.0 I6 engine. Manual brakes and Manual Steering. It's a handful to drive, but can be fun.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: It's classic, and still on the road after 45 years.

Cons: It's loud and noisy, but it's old.

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1968 AMC Rambler American Reviews

Young American By W Kevin

My first car. Bought in 1976 for 200$. Not really a great car but man I would love to have one now. A rag top with small block V8. Right on. Mine had a 232 6cyl that offered up a wopping 6mpg on regul... Read More

1967 AMC Rambler American Reviews

Great For Summer Cruising By Eamonn

Fast for a Mid 60s Convertible, Red with white top, Heidi's first American car Rare RHD UK spec car. Classic muscle looks Parts were quite hard to obtain and quite expensive compared to GM/Ford parts,... Read More

1964 AMC Rambler American Reviews

Wish I Never Sold It By Jason

This was and probably will always be my favorite car. I had so many good timesdriving this and riding friends around in it. Playing the portable boombox for all to hear. But I did have a couple of mis... Read More

Project Car... By A-V

1964 Rambler American 220 4D sedan. hmm.. no engine, no transmission, it's just a project car. classic good looks and tough build quality. these were used as taxis in Finland from 1960 s to 1970 s, ... Read More

1963 AMC Rambler American Reviews

Do You Like Quirky? I've Got Quirky For You. By Mike

It's a forty-six year old economy car. It leaks a bit and has no carpeting, but everywhere I drive it people smile and give me the thumbs-up. The brakes are very strong for unboosted drums and the h... Read More

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Its Round By srsheets

I like the retro styling and the fact that with a couple of magnetic sheriff stars and a magnetic red rotor light it turns into a Broderic Crawford era police car . The seats are very uncomfortable .... Read More

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