Classic Car Catalogue

Rambler / AMC 1966

Rambler American    
Rambler Classic – discontinued  
AMC Ambassador    
AMC Marlin    
AMX – prototype  
AMX II – prototype  
Cavalier – prototype  
Vixen – prototype  

USA

Eksperymentalne samochody o niezwykle nowoczesnej sylwetce oznaczone są skrótem AMX - American Motors Experimental.

 

Rambler American

           
220 2 Door Sedan        
  4 Door Sedan        
  4 Door Stn Wgn        
440 2 Door Sedan        
  2 Door Hardtop        
  2 Door Convertible        
  4 Door Stn Wgn        
Rogue 2 Door Hardtop        

 


American 440 Sedan


American 440 Station Wagon

 

Rambler Classic

           
550 2 Door Sedan        
  4 Door Sedan        
  4 Door Stn Wgn        
770 2 Door Sedan        
  2 Door Hardtop        
  2 Door Convertible        
  4 Door Stn Wgn        
Rebel 2 Door Hardtop        

 


Classic Rebel


Classic Rebel


Classic 770 Sedan


 


Classic 770 Convertible


Classic


Classic 770 Station Wagon


Classic Rebel


Classic for European market assembled in Belgium and sold by Renault.

Classic z montowni w Belgii, w Europie sprzedawany w sieci Renault.
 

AMC Ambassador

           
880 2 Door Sedan        
  4 Door Sedan        
  4 Door Stn Wgn        
990 2 Door Sedan        
  2 Door Hardtop        
  2 Door Convertible        
  4 Door Stn Wgn        
DPL 2 Door Hardtop        

 


Ambassador DPL Hardtop


Ambassador 990 convertible

 

AMC Marlin

         
2 Door Fastback Coupé        

 

 

AMC prototypes

AMX          
AMX II          
Cavalier          
Vixen          

 


AMC Vixen


AMC Vixen


AMC Cavalier


AMX fastback Coupé is a "design experiment,” to test public response to the overall concept. The prototype have three-way seating, a cantilever roof-no front pillars, and additional 2-passenger seating in the trunk area "Ramble Seat.”


The first AMX prototype, with a fiberglass skin and no engine, was soon replaced by a steel-bodied, fully-operational vehicle built by Vignale, an Italian coachbuilder. The Vignale prototype, completed in 78 days, feature a number of unique features, including hidden "A" pillars and a "Ramble seat" in back.


AMX II