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In March 1968 American Motors Corporation introduced the AMX which stood for “American Motors Experimental”. This was a high performance car that was a rare two-seat car that came from…
Steve Hallex saved to AMC
Make sure that you have an industrial-sized box of Kleenex with you for this one; if you're a Nash fan, you may need it. This is one of my favorite cars of all time, easily a top-ten car. This is a 1955 Nash Ambassador Custom LeMans and it's on Craigslist for a mere $2,000! TWO-THOUSAND DOLLARS!...
Andrew Hinks saved to Antique
The Rambler Marlin remains a rare sight in the world of classic cars, but the car’s utterly unique appearance makes it a welcome visitor to any venue.
TC Chambers saved to Quick Saves
The Pick of the Day is a 1963 Rambler American 440-H hardtop coupe being advertised on ClassicCars.com by a dealer in Palmetto, Florida.
The mods made to this AMC Javelin change its proportions and make it look more aggressive
Smarte1313 saved to Automotive News/Videos/Photos
AMC Hurst SC/Rambler Scrambler, 1969. A limited edition created by American Motors and Hurst Performance powered by a 315hp 390ci V8 engine. In total 1,512 were produced. The SC stood for Super Car
John Dembiski saved to American Motors Corporation
June 25, 1957 was a black day in Hudson history, as the last cars rolled off the production line in Kenosha. Here’s a brief look back at the final days.
Like Scotty G., I'm another lover of the oddball vehicles we see -- and this clean 1967 Rambler American station wagon has to be one of the cleanest oddball survivors I've ever seen! It's listed for sale here on eBay and is located in my birthplace of Rochester, New York. There is a buy it...
Barn Finds saved to Barn Finds