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AMC Rambler Classic, 4-door, 1961

AMC Rambler Classic, 4-door, 1961
This is the window of the ANC Rambler parts and restoration business in Klamath Falls. I think it's surprising that there are some people who spend a fortune restoring a Rambler!

Thank you, jeybee68, for identifying the model & year of this car.

Jean Paul Capdeville, Smiley Derleth, Valeriane ♫ ♫ ♫¨*, Annalia S. and 18 other people have particularly liked this photo


38 comments - The latest ones
 Léopold
Léopold club
I suddently feel 60 years younger or so......
5 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam club
has replied to Léopold club
Magic! Thanks for all of the groups, Leopold.
5 weeks ago.
 Ronald Losure
Ronald Losure club
My brother-in-law bought these as long as he could. I never understood why.
5 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam club
has replied to Ronald Losure club
Hahah - they were considered very un-cool when I was young and only old fuddy-duddies bought them. ;-)

Thank you, Ronald!
5 weeks ago.
 Pat Del
Pat Del club
A very fine car !
5 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam club
has replied to Pat Del club
RED!!! Thanks, Pat.
5 weeks ago.
 Keith Burton
Keith Burton club
Oooh that looks nice!

.........and a purpose made triptych frame to display it. How convenient!
5 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam club
has replied to Keith Burton club
Oh, I didn't think of that frame! Thank you, Keith!
5 weeks ago.
 John FitzGerald
John FitzGerald club
I can imagine Mitt Romney's dog up on the roof.
5 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam club
has replied to John FitzGerald club
Haha! Yep, the Rambler was that dorky! Thanks, John.
5 weeks ago.
 jeybee68
jeybee68 club
A totally unknown vehicle in Germany. According to the English Wikipedia this should be a 1961 Rambler Classic 4-door sedan. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rambler_Classic)
5 weeks ago. Edited 5 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam club
has replied to jeybee68 club
Indeed it is, thank you for identifying it, jeybee! ;-) The Rambler wasn't very popular with younger people in the US and production stopped around 1968.
5 weeks ago.
 Steve Bucknell
Steve Bucknell club
Time for that Road Trip.
5 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam club
has replied to Steve Bucknell club
I'm not sure I know how to do anything like that, anymore, but after I get my vaccine I might hit the road. Thank you kindly, Steve.
5 weeks ago.
 Andy Rodker
Andy Rodker club
What a super shot!
5 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam club
has replied to Andy Rodker club
Many thanks to you, my friend! Have you seen any good granite, lately?
5 weeks ago.
 tiabunna
tiabunna club
It looks very impressive.
5 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam club
has replied to tiabunna club
I think "snazzy" might be the right word for it. Thank you, George!
5 weeks ago.
 Annemarie
Annemarie club
wonderful
5 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam club
has replied to Annemarie club
Glad you like it, Annemarie! You would look nice driving this!
4 weeks ago.
 polytropos
polytropos club
Great! And amazing for me that this is the first photo of you from this shop! ;-)
5 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam club
has replied to polytropos club
The front has been recently made into a showroom. It was always a parts, repair and restoration shop - that is in the back. Danke, poly!
4 weeks ago.
 1971 Dodge Charger R/T Freak
1971 Dodge Charger R… club
My uncle had a few Ramblers in Western New York. One of them got so rusted that it broke in half in his driveway.
The weather around Buffalo is not kind to cars, but you could still find a solid body here in AZ.
1961 Rambler Classic Custom
5 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam club
has replied to 1971 Dodge Charger R… club
Breaking in half would take some doing. Thanks for the link to that AMC museum! I don't remember the Rebel at all, or any of the others. I only remember the derision of young west coast guys for anything AMC, except for the cartoonish Metro.
5 weeks ago. Edited 5 weeks ago.
1971 Dodge Charger R… club
has replied to Diane Putnam club
Yup, AMC has always been kind of an oddball mish mash company.
Originally formed by the merger of Nash-Kelvinator and Hudson, then merging with Studebaker-Packard, acquiring Jeep and eventually merging into Chrysler Corporation.
The Rebel and the AMX were probably the only cool cars they made but you must remember the goofy Gremlin and fishbowl Pacer.
5 weeks ago.
Ronald Losure club
has replied to 1971 Dodge Charger R… club
When I lived in Michigan, I had a 1967 Chevy pickup. Once when I was trying to back into my driveway, I instead backed into a ditch filled with snow. The frame folded in the middle. The truck never handled the same after that.
4 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam club
has replied to 1971 Dodge Charger R… club
Wow, that's a lot of churning around! I did some research once about a tractor (I think either Farmall or Massey Ferguson) and couldn't even keep up with all of the buyouts and mergers involving many companies.
4 weeks ago.
 Berny
Berny club
Saw a Rambler this year in Cuba:
www.ipernity.com/doc/berny/50460686
5 weeks ago.
 Don Barrett (aka DBs travels)
Don Barrett (aka DBs… club
My family regularly owned Ramblers/AMC in the 50's and 60's. Partly that was just because we were always obstinate and liked being different, but also because GMC cars were designed for taller people (my whole family was vertically challenged), and Rambler's were considered to be more reliable than Ford or Chrysler products.
5 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam club
has replied to Don Barrett (aka DBs… club
I think the Rambler looked extremely small for the time. Little did we know that many of us would prefer compact cars later! Dad liked Buicks and Pontiacs. Oh boy...that gigantinc turquise Pontiac station wagon! I hate to think of the gas mileage. I drove it all over San Jose and environs loaded with my friends.
4 weeks ago.
 Valeriane ♫ ♫ ♫¨*
Valeriane ♫ ♫ ♫¨* club
une jolie voiture*******************
merci diane ! belle journée ! bises♫
4 weeks ago.
Diane Putnam club
has replied to Valeriane ♫ ♫ ♫¨* club
Merci, Valeriane, and Merry Christmas!
4 weeks ago.
 Smiley Derleth
Smiley Derleth club
What a beauty this is!
3 weeks ago.
 polytropos
polytropos club
This picture may not be typically Christmassy (except for the red of Santa's coat), but at this point I wish you all the best for next year, when Trump is definitely gone and the virus will be gone hopefully soon! Keep safe and have a merry Christmas season!
3 weeks ago.
 Berny
Berny club
Happy Xmas and all the best for a better (I'm sure) new year, Diane!
3 weeks ago. Edited 3 weeks ago.
 Steve Bucknell
Steve Bucknell club
The New Year is going to be better...maybe...
2 weeks ago.
 polytropos
polytropos club
There was a bit of a Rumble in the House, but it's only 9 days to go! ;-))
5 days ago.
 Jean Paul Capdeville
Jean Paul Capdeville club
Bonjour Diane. La photo est intéréssante. Je ne connaissais pas cette voiture. Curieusement, son esthétique m'évoque plus une voiture Soviétique qu'une voiture Américaine. Pour l'anecdote, j'ai eu une trés vieille moto (Française) qui datait des années 48/50. Elle avait un moteur "AMC" dont je garde un trés bon souvenir. ( Là, AMC étaient les initiales de "Ateliers Mécaniques du centre" ces moteurs était réalisés à Clermont Ferrand en France, pour ce qui est de la voiture "AMC" veut dire "Américan Motors Corporation") . En écrivant celà il raisonne dans ma tête, l'association "Renault Rambler" dont j'entendais parler autrefois.. Cette marque (Rambler) aurait été associée dans les années 60 avec la marque Française Renault. Ces véhicules qui étaient destinés à l'Europe auraient été assemblés en Belgique. Donc sacré histoire..Bien amicalement. Jean Paul
4 days ago.

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