The Rambler was restored in 1980,and was shown at AutoRama of that year at Cobo Hall in Detroit. The paint for it's age is in real good condition, there are a couple of bubbles, but very minor. The engine runs great, we just rebuilt the Holly 4 barrel. The blower is strictly ornamental, but it sure sounds the part. The interior is real clean, and the convertible top is in real good shape. The car sat in a showroom at a dealership for twenty years.
This is a nice driver, the blower is fake, strictly ornamental. It makes all the right sounds, it hisses and whistles like the real thing. It can be driven everyday with no problems. The Rambler has a 350 Chevy engine with a 350 Turbo transmission. This car turns a lot of heads. We put auxiliary fans with a toggle switch. It has all the gauges, but no radio. The power top works like it should, and the top is in good condition, the back window's zipper broke, so that does need repair. I have owned the car for twenty years as part of my own Jay Leno collection. Time to retire from the car business, so I'm selling off my collection. We are a used car lot called Summit Auto Sales Inc. Our address is 62 W. Montcalm Ave. Pontiac, MI. 48342. We have been at this location for 40 yrs. Our hours are 9am to 6pm Mon. thru Fri. and 10am to 4 pm on Saturdays. If you have questions don't hesitate to call during working hours. We are in Pontiac, Michigan just 20 miles north of Detroit. 248-332-2252. Semper Fi.

Used Year: 1964
Mileage: 75,770 Transmission: Automatic
Make: AMC Body Type: Convertible
Model: Rambler Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Trim: Convertable Hot Rod Vehicle Title: Clear
Engine: 350 Chevrolet Options: Convertible, Fake blower
Drive Type: RWD Safety Features: seat belts
Fuel Type: Gasoline Exterior Color: Green
For Sale By: Private Seller Interior Color: beige
Disability Equipped: No Number of Cylinders: 8
Drive Side: Left-hand drive