1965 Rambler American 440H Hardtop Iris MarionMkt020412
Rambler American was the "compact" car offering of Rambler..and it
spotlighted the ambitions of the company in offering not only a compact
car, but the Classic and Ambassador. Emphasis had changed within the
company to make it a full line...actually it probably would have been
better if Rambler had focused on its small models as it did in the early
1973 American Motors Javelin
A 1973 American Motors Javelin I shot at the O'Reilly Auto Parts World Of
Wheels 2013 in Birmingham AL....one owner....very nice car...Make sure you
subscribe so that you don't miss any of the other nice car I shot at this
Apparel Provided by:
Check them out!!
Byron Meltdown Drags 07/21/12 part 2 Pits & Paddock
Spent the day at Byron Dragway and saw some amazing cars and had great
If you didn't go this year, I have to tell you it is absolutely worth the
drive and price of admission! Go as often as you can! This vid is Pits,
Paddock & staging lanes ...
I have more vids coming so hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed
July 21 2012 - videos by me: Kelly J
They are HD, so do that thing with the little gear so you can watch in 720p
1958 RAMBLER AMERICAN - A BROUGHT BACK TO LIFE AMC MODEL
The Rambler car product was dropped in 1955 but then AMC President George
Romney revived the Rambler, albiet small differences like enlarged wheel
openings, the name American, and a new grille. Now all models made by AMC
were grouped under the Rambler name except for the Nash Metropolitans.
While the Rambler American was the at the lower end of AMC products, it was
followed by the Rebel, followed at the top by the Rambler Ambassador.
Ramblers came only in a 2-door model but an upgrade is he Super. The
Rambler resembles in a smaller scale the full size bathtub Nash of the
early fifties. Even with it's bulbous unibody shape, the Rambler American
came along at the right time when American suffered through a recession,
the mpg usage was good, and more gas pinching imports were flooding the
market. 31,000 Rambler Americans were built in a reduced model year making
the Rambler 7th place in sales. Not bad for a revived car. The only
engine available for the American was an L-head, 195 cid / 90 hp., and cost
around $1,789. Looking over this red cream puff you can see the
resemblance of the prior American and the parent car Nash. The Uniscope
speedometer still shows on the dash and an austere interior looks very good
for it's age. Thanks very mcuh for viewing this 1958 Rambler American.