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Eye Candy: An American in Paris (in disguise)


Wheels.ca - Sep 19, 2016
The cars are two-door hardtops, sleek and roguish; the cutline Bill wrote for his image reads, “This Renault sporting an old Ford name, Torino, is basically a reworked Rambler American.” It seems so; what are we to make of the front styling, which ...
 

Auto racing highlights Empire's fall calendar


Traverse City Record Eagle - Sep 21, 2016
The line-up ranges from a Porsche 911 to an AMC Rambler American classic. Story continues below video. Drivers start from a standing stop. One by one they peel rubber to navigate eight turns along the 200-foot, half-mile climb. “You're in a tunnel of ...
 

Eye Candy: Christine lite — My 1964 Rambler American


Wheels.ca - Jun 7, 2016
The story: My sister bought this car after she began her teaching career in 1965. With the top-down it was a pretty sweet thing. It had a 196 cu. in. straight six that produced about 90 horsepower. She loved it, but in 1968 it ate some of its rings and ...
 

Rambler American - premium items on eBay

AMC RAMBLER CAR BADGE 3M MARLIN, ROGUE, SC/RAMBLER, AMERICAN, SCRAMBLER


 

AMC: RAMBLER AMERICAN 1963 amc rambler vintage pink custom surf car from estate of mike marshall


 

AMC: RAMBLER AMERICAN SUPER 1959 amc rambler american appraised much higher


 

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Rambler American books

American Muscle Cars, 1960-1975


by: Bruce LaFontaine
Fast, flashy, and powerful, "muscle" cars were big, mass-produced American sports cars with lots of horsepower. For this unique coloring book, award-winning illustrator Bruce LaFontaine has expertly rendered 44 of these dynamic, legendary cars, down to the smallest detail. Among the models included here — shown against a variety of commercial and residential backdrops — are these memorable vehicles: 1962 Ford Thunderbird, 1964 Corvette Stingray, 1968 Chevy Impala SS 427, 1969 Chevy Camaro Z/28, 1969 AMC Rambler Scrambler, 1969 Shelby Cobra Mustang GT-500, 1969 Firebird Trans Am, 1970 Ford Torino Cobra, 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T, 1971 Mustang Boss 351, 1973 Buick Riviera, 1974 Firebird Trans Am, and 32 other exciting models.
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James Garner's Motoring Life: Grand Prix the movie, Baja, The Rockford Files, and More


by: Matt Stone
Many know James Garner as Jim Rockford. That is understandable because The Rockford Files was one of the most popular private-eye series of all time. It ran for a good portion of the 1970s, and aged well in syndication through the 1980s. Rockford was quick with a quip, crafty with a fake business card, and could drive the wheels off his gold Firebird. What many don't know is that James Garner was a "car guy" long before he played Jim Rockford, the patented J turn was a piece of cake for the lifelong racer and hobbyist.
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Steve Magnante's 1001 Muscle Car Facts


by: Steve Magnante
Author Steve Magnante is well known for his encyclopedia-like knowledge of automotive facts. The details he regularly puts forth, both on the pages of national magazines and as a contributing host and tech expert at the popular Barrett-Jackson Auctions on television, are the kinds of things muscle car fanatics love to hear.

There are 1001 well-researched muscle car facts in this book that even some of the most esteemed experts would be surprised to learn. Covered are all the popular GM makes including Chevy, Buick, Oldsmobile and Pontiac, Ford and Mercury cars, Chrysler, Plymouth and Dodge cars, and even facts about AMC and Studebaker as well.
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Detroit Cars: 50 Years of the Motor City


by: Martin Derrick
Americans define themselves by their cars. The auto industry touches Americans in a way nothing else does--and more than any other invention, the car altered the contours of modern-day life. Right from the start, when the first Ford vehicle rolled onto the road, everyone wanted to own one. And, the best dream-mobiles came from Detroit, "Motor City," USA. This is the business that became the pillar of America's economy and a national symbol. As you pore through superb illustrations of the greatest cars that ever came off the production line--from the Model-T right through the Chevies, GTOs, Corvettes, Mustangs, and Thunderbirds of the 1950s and 60s, up to today's icons--you'll also get an overview of the industry, and its history, birth, growth, and position in the present-day marketplace.
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Very Original 1962 Rambler American Convertible for Sale


Visit http://www.leftcoastclassics.com/1962-rambler-american-convertible/ to see this 1962 Rambler American 400 for sale from Left Coast Classics in Sonoma ...
 

1967 AMC Rambler American with CompCam 280H


Un video de mon American. 304ci avec .30 over = 309ci CompCam 280H, flowmaster 2 chambers. T5 trans.
 

Firing up the 1960 AMC Rambler American


Joe talks about his 1960 Rambler American project car that he refitted with a small block Chevy. He starts it up for a minute for the video.
 

Rambler American ECD 1982


Echando a andar mi VAM Rambler American después de un mes de no usar.
 

1958 RAMBLER AMERICAN SUPER - REINCARNATED


At AMC, all models are now grouped under the Rambler nameplate, except the Metropolitans. The Rambler models this year are the American, the Six, the ...