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Growing up in San Leandro California, East Bay Rambler/AMC …………..they had one out back………….it was their secret weapon……….. I knew it all along my father was a Drag Racer in the 60’s……………they blew the doors off just about every thing…………….Great stuff……………
There was one for sale here in So. Calif. The owner wanted $35,000.00 It had the original seats, with head rest. It had been garaged kept. The 4 speed and the BIG 4 barrel carb. made it awesome!!
NOPE..it’s a 69 Scrambler, AMC and modified by HURST Corp.for AMC. Rare model…only 1512 were manufactured! Front disk brakes, Modifications :cam, carb. pistons, MSD ignition, Valve springs, 3 Point harnesses, bucket seats! For it’s size and light weight it was one of the fastest cars around with 390ci and 315 HP!!
So Rare, and fun little cars. I raced one (opps…on the streets) years ago. Car Looks brand ew.Very Cool.
That thing on the hood was probably the most effective hood scoop any factory ever put on a car. Certainly light years above Walt Disney stuff that GM and Ford did. I saw one of these cars run down in El Paso once and it was impressive! I’ll bet their owners suprised lots of people with them.
A friend of mines Brother had one of these years ago , I bet he’d love to have that back!
Nash Kelvinator merged with Hudson Motor Car to form AMC. Maybe that’s where they got the hood scoop.
My 1st car was a 68 rambler I bought for $150.
I always loved these cars especially the”A” paint combination . 390, 4speed
That thing on the hood looks like the piece missing out of my refrigerator. Hey, I really like the car a lot.
my friend had a rebel machine..think that’s what they called it..same red white and blue..little bigger..390 4 speed.cool car.
My Dad have the Rambler 60′ all black and white up pop , 6 cyl . Clean never for Sale . Keeper years .
Hurst S/C Ramblers are very under rated and probably the only “Cloned” AMC car. I mean it’s near impossible to make a clone of an AMX……
It did pretty well in cornfields!!
nice car but is that the real shade of blue? I don’t remember it being that dark I saw one everyday , I.worked in a gas station and theowner had one and it too was nice but the blue was lighter.
My mother’s cousin had one of these and I thought it was a pretty neat car at the time. My grandmother’s 6 cylinder American just didn’t compare.
I love the AMC cars.
Under rated and very cool.
Nice, would like to have one of these…….
they ran 14.30.back in the day.never got credit for it were fast cars 390.4speed all were 4 speeds.
We called them red, white, & blue ramblers!
I’d take it for one hella of a ride..
What motor 360?
That was a Fast Car!
would love to own one.
love to rip down my street with this thing.
1969 hurst rambler scrambler b paint.