When you think of reliability in a modern context the sight of a family hatchback geared to take you from point A to B is certain. Back in the Sixties however at the mere mention of reliability and efficiency it won't be surprising if you heard about the AMC Rambler American. With its period-correct design, reliability and functionality thrown into the mix the AMC Rambler American was a deal on wheels and one that dominated the market back in the day. The Rambler American showcases how reliability doesn't have to mean settling for a car that’s not fancy in terms of design. Take this 1962 AMC Rambler American 400 Convertible we have today for example. Located in California this American hero is one car that can sure spark interesting conversations at car meets as well as ensure you get to the said car meet without a hassle. With around $5,000 spent on making this example look the part this can be your chance of cruising in style, top down, and all.
In comparison to Sixties American cars we are accustomed to seeing, the Rambler American is truly a breath of fresh air. This 1962 AMC Rambler American 400 Convertible sports a Rambler American 400 trim and a black exterior which showcases its humble yet lovely design. The convertible top is white in color and matches the exterior well, it's also reported to be brand new and installed in 2022. The windshield of the car is also reported to be newly installed in 2022 as well. With its budget price tag, the interior of the car sported some impressive styling cues. This 1962 AMC Rambler American 400 Convertible is finished off in red and matches the exterior color extremely well. The original AM radio is reportedly present too, for an added touch of originality, as is a heater for comfort.
Modern day reliability calls for miniscule engines which are meant to sip every drop of petrol with extreme caution but back in the day with behemoth sized engines the 196ci (3.2L) inline 6 engine present in this 1962 AMC Rambler American 400 Convertible was regarded as a “Small” engine. Whilst it did not have a whole lot of power it sure made up in terms of reliability. Power is sent to the rear wheels of this car through a 3 speed automatic transmission with 4 wheel drum brakes ensuring the car stops on time. To ensure that the car lives up to its reliability status the owner has reportedly spent a considerable sum on the gaskets, brakes, and more mechanical components of the car. The seller also noted that the car is a numbers matching car to his knowledge.
Car Location: California Seller recently spent about 5k in windshield, insulation, convertible top, tires, tune up, gaskets, brakes and more Black exterior Red interior 193ci Inline 6 Cylinder engine Automatic 3 speed transmission White convertible is reported to be brand new- installed in 2022 New windshield reported to be installed in 2022 4 wheel drum brakes AM radio - reported to be original Heater Rambler American 400 trim Seller reports that the car is matching numbers to his knowledge
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