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1963 AMC Rambler

Inline 6 Automatic

$16,995

Inline 6 Automatic

$16,995


Stock #1454-CHI
Price: $16,995
Year Make Model: 1963 AMC Rambler
Engine: Inline 6
Transmission: Automatic
Mileage: 88,653 ( undocumented )
Body Style: Coupe
Exterior Color: Black / Red
Interior Color: Black

  • Hub Caps

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Gateway Classic Cars of Chicago is excited to have a rarely seen second generation 1963 Rambler American. This beauty was built by AMC the American Motor Corporation, and spent much of its life in New Mexico keeping the under belly in great shape! This second generation Rambler American body style was only produced from 61-63. With the years 61-62 being virtually identical because of the AMC’s business style of if it ain’t broke don’t fix it! This vehicle has only 88,653 miles.It has recently went through some minor repairs. A new battery, fuel pump, master cylinder, brake switch, rear brakes shoes and cylinders have been replaced. The engine has also gotten 6 new spark plugs This Rambler has a beautiful black and red color combination for its exterior and interior. The classic paint scheme is the perfect fit to the body style of this great car. When you take a look inside you see the great 2 tone black and red seats. When you get behind the seat and turn the key to fire up the straight 6 cylinder engine paired with a three speed automatic transmission. This great looking car is ready to be cruised in. This beauty sits on the original hub cap rims sporting a great red center cap.For more information on this rare 1963 AMC Rambler American, contact our Chicago showroom at (708) 444-4488. Or email us at Chicago@GatewayClassicCars.com

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