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    Posted: Jun/12/2019 at 9:06pm
I need some help to ID these floormats. I am guessing they are for one of the big body cars as they are to big for the Hornet or AMX.

The green one is obviously for a Rambler, but what years?
I assume the white one is also, but what year?



Edited by Kapptaink - Jun/12/2019 at 9:10pm
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The turquoise one is probably 1965.
The white one, 66-maybe to '68.
The move in '66 was to change to the American Motors name and logo....loosing the famous "R" emblem slowly over the next year or so.


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Thanks Paul. I appreciate the help.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote ramblinrev Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/12/2019 at 9:48pm
You're welcome! That's an educated guess.
Some good mid-60's AMC Accessory booklets with their great photos would help pin it down.
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Paul - I'd say you are pretty close.  The green one could go back as far as 63 maybe for Classic / Ambo, but I agree on the white one.

That white one belongs in a pretty 66 Classic or Ambassador Wagon!
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I'd possibly be interested in the green one....those are pretty!
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The green is a rear matt.  I believe,  63-64 Ambassador or Classic and or  65-66 Classic
I used to collect trophies, more fun to collect gas receipts and put on miles.

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1931 Model A Ford

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