Looks like a tight, reliable no nonsense car. Where is my nearest Rambler dealer?
A tap with a rubber hammer may pop that rear quarter panel dent.Nice car. Rouge.I would have thought it was an American.
dang that is Cool! tough stance and love the old torque thrust wheels.put a set of slapper bars on it and go to the friday night drags
dangit, you beat me on on this one.it showed up along my commute about a week ago. i've been driving past it daily, waiting for it to move away from that stupid tree.great shots.
similar to Torino from Argentina.
Looks mean as hell sitting on those black Torque Thrusts. Love that shot with the National Automobile Club sticker.
Still looks fresh after nearly 50 years! My Aunt owned one 'til the day she had to give updriving. Hers was a '64 model that ran a 232 6-cylinder mated to a 3-speed with overdrive. It was also the Sport model that had the bucket seats with the shifter on the floor. Sadly, itwas sold settle her estate before I could buy it. Thanks for the trip down memory lane!
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