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1958-1969 VAM Rambler American

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    Posted: Apr/27/2013 at 7:08pm
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1968 VAM Rambler American four-door


1968 VAM Rambler American four-door


1968 VAM Rambler American four-door


1965 VAM Rambler American two-door


1967 Rambler American two-door (brochure scan)


Edited by Rambler Mexicano - Apr/27/2013 at 7:17pm
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I like the extra bumper treatment on the rear of the red american. A little extra but not tooo gaudy. Seeing all of the slight variations between AMC and VAM makes me want to scoure the junkyards of Mexico and build something cool and different.
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I noticed the bumper treatments, too. It seems that some Mexican and Argentinian cars I have seen lately have those additional pieces. Sure would be unique here if I found them.
Why Ramblers? Chicks dig 'em. Whatever it is, I can take it apart.
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Seen a few pictures of Ramblers/AMC's that have those. Dang dang dang. I like finding all the extra goodies. Good thing since it's Rambler, the fronts are the same as the backs
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Originally posted by 2beersmaybe3 2beersmaybe3 wrote:

I like the extra bumper treatment on the rear of the red american. A little extra but not tooo gaudy. Seeing all of the slight variations between AMC and VAM makes me want to scoure the junkyards of Mexico and build something cool and different.


A few years ago the price of scrap metal was really high so the junk yards crushed just about everything.

I am in the Sinaloa area and we don't have an old car in any of the yards anywhere around here.

I have looked in different cities and found nothing.
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