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1968 AMC Rambler

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1968 AMC Rambler
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About This AMC
1968 AMC Rambler
VIN #: 2398550253
Stock #: 8550
Used Clear Title
Exterior Color:
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Warranty Available

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What might have happened if AMC continued to build the Rambler American into 1971 instead of replacing it with the Hornet in 1970? You're looking at it here, a completely upgraded and restored 1968 AMC Rambler American 220 two-door sedan (actually a better base for a high-powered car given that it's substantially stiffer and 100-pounds lighter than the 1969 Rambler SC/Rambler hardtops). A second-generation field-find, this car was completely restored by its previous owner from a solid, nearly rust-free car. Originally a six-cylinder American 220 base two-door sedan, this could easily have been a 1971 SC/Rambler when AMC introduced its biggest engine in its history, the legendary 401 V-8. Here are the details 1. 1970s AMC 401cid V-8. When I received the car I had the engine pulled and everything checked and all the gaskets replaced. It's equipped with the high-performance dogleg heads. Competition Cams camshaft and rocker arms, Edelbrock intake manifold and carburetor. New Dougs ceramic coated ($1,500) headers with custom exhaust, and Flowmaster dual exhausts mufflers. The cooling system is upgraded with large AMC radiator, augmented with seven-blade clutch fan. I live in the California desert and it has never overheated. 2. T-5 five-speed transmission (from an AMC Spirit) with AMC shifter. 3. It's equipped with a Ford Explorer rear end (with short-side axles on both sides for proper track, a favorite AMC trick) with Traction Lock and 3.08 gears. (On the Ford Explorer, the differential pumpkin is offset with unequal-length axles. This car is equipped with shorter axles on both sides. This modification also allows for the installation of rear disc brakes, making this one of the few AMC cars with four-wheel disc brakes.) 4. Four-wheel disc brakes with the rear disc brakes coming out of the Ford Explorer. 5. New front control arm bushings and the rest of front of the suspension checked out good. Custom traction bars.5. American Torq Thrust wheel with four very good tires 6. Interior with custom upholstery. The front bucket seats are from a Chevy Geo, Gray cloth with red, white, blue inserts. Dash pad has been upholstered and headliner installed. AMC sport steering wheel and new underdash gauge cluster. All gauges work. New carpets with AMC floor mats, new seat belts ands AMC rocker trim panels. 7. Trunk is in great condition with stock trunk mat a trunk-mounted Optima battery. 8. The body is arrow-straight with a beautiful white with dark silver stripes and side accents. There are unique red, white and blue badges. After purchasing the car my one addition was the pin striping. There is no rust, anywhere except for a tiny bit of surface rust, absolutely no perforation. Being lighter and more powerful than the 1969 AMC Hurst SC/Rambler, which was advertised from the factory as covering the quarter mile in 14.3 seconds off the showroom floor on bias-ply street tires. There's no doubt that this is a sub 14-second car. It will be for the new owner to find out just how far under 14 seconds. Dare to be different! This car is amazing and a blast to drive. It gets attention everywhere I go. It's very fast and sounds fantastic. It is the only Rambler at almost every car show I attend. It drives like it is a brand new 1968 American. With the professionally five-speed manual T-10 transmission (out of an AMC Spirit) it will cruise all day at 75 mph (@2,800rpm) and gets about 17 mpg with regular gas. I am very proud to offer this car. and sorry to see it go. I don't have to sell it, I am selling because I have two other classics and would like to downsize my fleet. *Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In Long Island *Please Call First for location and talk to one of our reps at 516 376 3471 ** FREE Consignments!! Car stays in your garage while we do all the work ..Get it Sold in Record Time. We make selling your car a top priority. With your car on over 50 different sites for maximum exposure all for FREE!!We ass
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Features & Options

Ext / Int Color
White with Other Interior
Audio / Video
Factory System

Vehicle Condition

Service History
No Known Mechanical Problems
As-Is - Extended Warranty Available. Contact seller for details.
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Excellent Interior
Excellent Carpets
Excellent Seats
Excellent Dashboard
Excellent Panels / Headliner
Excellent Exterior
Excellent Original Paint
Excellent Trim Condition
Excellent Glass Condition
No Visible Rust
No Known Accidents
No Known Bodywork
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