Nice Project, 1958 Nash Rambler

Nice Project, 1958 Nash Rambler

Nice Project, 1958 Nash Rambler For Sale

When the economic recession hit on US in 1958, AMC want to make economical automobiles, they saw an opportunity to revive the small car Nash Rambler with the old Nash design was slightly modified, they launched first generation of the Rambler American.

Here's we found one of them, 1958 Nash Rambler American is said not running need of restoration. Unfortunately no interior and engine bay photos included, also very less detail provided by owner, so must see for seriously buyers.

1958 Nash Rambler

As you've seen here it has a good shape looks has a lot of restoration potential, and though that remains to be seen and asked, but it certainly looks compelling as seen here. Now it was offered in Craigslist for $2500 located in Florence, Alabama.



Surf Wagon, 1961 Rambler Cross Country Classic


Surf Wagon, 1961 Rambler Cross Country Classic

The coolest car comes in Pinky patina. It's a surf wagon for the owner, the first generation of Rambler Cross Country Classic built in 1961 comes in 4-door station wagon with original paint and interior. Awesome old car unrestored, still runs and drive very well.






Detail by owner
I would like you to meet "Pinky". She's a 1961 Rambler Cross Country Classic Wagon. She is wearing her original paint and interior. She has some warts and scars, but they only ad to her personality and character. The body is pretty straight. The bumpers and grill are in great shape. Most of the chrome is in good shape. There are "p's" on the hub caps for her name. Mexican blankets cover the seats. The seats are tore,except the back of back seat. She has her original six, engine and manual, three on tree trans with overdrive. She runs excellent. She handles very well. She is quite the car. Before her, I had a '69 Chevelle SS 396 clone. Beautiful red paint with white SS stripes. Would I get noticed in it,sometimes. But with "Pinky" people are waving, giving thumbs up, yelling and whooping out there car windows. Men, women, kids, they all love her. She puts a smile on everyone's face. The price to pry "Pinky" from my hands is $9,500. That's a lot of money, but this is not a car to restore. It is a car to drive and enjoy as is. You may want to restore the interior or even put some color on the primer areas, but everything else just ads to her attraction. { I almost forgot. What drew me into her was her crazy drop down roof. That ,and she sits so low. She has been lowered. Look at the pics and see all the amazing things that were done from the factory. The stainless, the chrome, the body lines, the door handles. And the little touches previous owners made. The AAA sticker, the wind deflectors, the compass.}

Interested, please visit link below
http://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/cto/4802867291.html

Original Rambler Marlin 1965


Original Rambler Marlin 1965

Here's first generation of Rambler Marlin produced by American Motors Corporation, this a personal luxury car comes in 2-door mid-sized fastback car built in 1965, it's the first car model and marketed under "Rambler Marlin" badge.






Detail by owner
All original car-very rare- low production number (204 off the line), 96,000 miles, 287 V8 automatic transmission. Runs and drives great - New tires, brake system rebuilt, new radiator core, rebuilt starter. Power steering, power disc brakes - Ready to drive as is. I have another 65 Marlin (from Florida) that goes with the car with lots of parts if needed. I drive the car to Cruise-Ins and everything works, except the clock comes and goes.

If you interested please visit link below
http://miami.craigslist.org/pbc/cto/4798883124.html

1964 Rambler 770 Classic


1964 Rambler 770 Classic

Here's we bring the American classic car is a Rambler 770 Classic 2-door sedan built in 1964 manufactured by the American Motors Corporation (AMC). It's second generation of Rambler Classic has a 6 cylinder, automatic transmission, has faded. 63,000 original miles ready to go for new owner.






Deatil about this Rambler
1964 Rambler 770 Classic 2-door sedan body style, Has a 6 cylinder, automatic transmission, carpet has been replaced but it has faded. 63,000 original miles, no A/C all new upholstery, needs muffler, has new windshield.

Interested please visit link below
http://texoma.craigslist.org/cto/4558145663.html
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