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Boch Rambler was in Norwood, Mass and is still a dealership.  When this picture was taken it was the largest rambler dealer in the country.  I think Patrick Foster is writing an article about this dealership.
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Originally posted by pacerman pacerman wrote:







Is this Kobler Rambler/AMC from Hays, Kansas? I bought some items from them back in the early 1980s when I was attending the University of Kansas. Great place with lots of neat old stuff.
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TXAMX it probably is.  There are several Kobler Rambler photos in the set I came across.  Do you recognize the counter behind the convertible?   Joe
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My Dad and Uncles' Dealership, purchased in 1954, from Andy Webber, Webber Motors (Hudson Dealer) and sold in 1992 to Thompson Toyota. They are still selling Jeeps.
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West Allis, WI..hey grand opening!
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AMC Dealers in Virginia:  I have been speaking with the owner of a former Nash & Rambler dealership building in Strasburg VA.

I passed this dealership by for the first time back in 1999 and he had several AMC & Nash cars out front.  These photos were all taken on my first pass by there (although the lot is empty now):



His name is James Troxell, and the building is shown at the spot indicated on this Google map.  If I understood his story correctly, his father owned the local AMC franchise.

Anyway, he is in the process of shining up the place.  I asked him if he'd be interested in hosting a [Potomac Ramblers] club meet and he seemed to like the idea.

He won't be finished for a couple more months, but when he's ready, the Potomac Ramblers will be visiting!
MARC MONTONI - Grand Junction CO - www.AMONational.com #656 - www.AMCRC.com #62
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Not a dealership photo but looks to be the Chicago Auto Show around 1974 or 75..nice set up for AMC display.

1970 AMX Bittersweet Orange Metallic 360-4V Hurst 4-spd
2005 Dodge Ram SRT-10 Viper Silver Pearl Metallic Hurst 6-speed
1969 Javelin BBG 390/auto (sold)
1969 AMX Hunter Green 290/4spd (sold)

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Looking at the grille this is probably 1973 or 1974.That is a really cool photo.
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