1957 AMC Rambler

Technical specifications of AMC Rambler 1957

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Local pick-up only
Make: AMC
Model: Rambler
SubModel: Custom
Type: Sedan
Doors: 4
Year: 1957
Mileage: 99,754
VIN: D355081
Color: Red
Engine size: 196 CI Inline 6
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: White
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

This car defines an affordable classic that impresses. After all, the 1957 Rambler Custom sedan is already a rare and historic sight, so to find one this complete and nice is a true treasure that looks far more expensive than its value price. The gleaming grille, genuine Rambler wheel covers, and all that impossible to find trim is complete so we know some of you out there are just eyeing it for its components alone! But there is so much more to this sedan than the sum of its parts. Fans of AMC history will be excited by what this special year represents. By 1957 Nash and Hudson are merged under American Motors, and this is the last year that either name continues to be used. At the same time is also when Rambler is first put out in the world all on its own, so this one carries a rare history of being the cornerstone of all brands. And because it's rolling history, the presentation is stellar. The dark red paint is as appealing as black cherry ice cream. And white in the roof, inside the sweeping side trim, and whitewall tires looks like the whipped cream on this sundae. There has been a nice investment inside to make sure it's both impressive and comfortable. It starts with new seat covers that have a black cloth inset for where you sit, and durable white vinyl for the high traffic spots. This matches the side panels, headliner, carpeting, and dash to give a very thoughtful overall presentation. In true '50s fashion, the driver gets a highly stylized steering wheel, and beyond that is an original speedometer with plenty of streamline chrome flowing across the rest of the panel. Ramblers were also great for the practical family trips, so the front seats still almost fold completely flat for those times when you just want to show off a bit more than the rest.When you open the hood, you can really start to see the level and care that when into this restoration. Not only was the engine bay painted in that great dark red, but also the gloss black and signal red on the motor look almost brand new. It's such a correct presentation, that this Rambler Six might even be on its original drivetrain. Nice care and maintenance means it fires up with ease, and the two-speed automatic transmission keep this classic a smooth all-around runner. And that's exactly what you want on a car like this, because if it's going to be rare and beautiful, you should also be able to show it around town on a whim.Complete with owner's manual and maintenance recipes, just as the Rambler gave you value when it was new, it impresses even more as a cherished classic. That's why you know it won't stick around long at this price. Call now!!

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