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Rambler/AMC

The Rambler name was used more than once. In 1897 the company was founded by Thomas B. Jeffery. In 1916 it was bought by Charles W. Nash, and the name changed to Nash Motors Company. Then in 1954 Rambler was formed by the merger of Nash and Hudson. For 1958 the Nash and Hudson brands were dropped and replaced by Rambler. This lasted until 1965, when the cars were rebadged to AMC.
Due to a drop in sales in the 70s AMC sought a partner found Renault. The partnership held until 1987. Then Chrysler purchased AMC and the name AMC disappeared.



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Rambler Model 83
1913 Cross Country Touring
 
 
 

 
Rambler Classic
1962 400 Cross Country
1965 660 232-i6 4d. Sedan
1965 770 Cross Country
Rambler Custom
1960 4door Sedan

Rambler Rebel
1967 770 2door Hardtop
1969 SST 290 2door Hardtop
Rambler Marlin
1967 290-V8 2door Fastback

Javelin
1969 Dragster

AMX
1968 AMX 390
Rambler Ambassador
1965 990 Convertible
1966 990 4door Sedan
1967 DPL 290 4bl. 2d. Hardtop
1967 DPL 343 4bl. 2d. Hardtop

 
Pacer
1976 Pacer 3.8
75-77 2door Hatchback
78-80 2door Hatchback
1978 Pacer DL
79-80 Pacer Limited

Spirit
79-80 Liftback
Matador
1972 Station Wagon
1974 Matador X 360
1975 Matador X Brougham
1975 Matador X 304-V8
1976 Barcelona Coupe
Javelin
1973 304 2d. Fastback Coupe
 

 
Eagle
81-82 Eagle 4WD Kammback
 
 
 


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