The baddest car AMC ever built [1969 AMC Hurst Rambler S/C]

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  • Doug Medeiros 7 years ago

    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……………

  • Gordon 7 years ago

    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!!

  • Gordon 7 years ago’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!!

  • Terry 7 years ago

    So Rare, and fun little cars. I raced one (opps…on the streets) years ago. Car Looks brand ew.Very Cool.

  • David William Proffitt 7 years ago

    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.

  • Kevin Gross 7 years ago

    A friend of mines Brother had one of these years ago , I bet he’d love to have that back!

  • Roger Whitmore 7 years ago

    Nash Kelvinator merged with Hudson Motor Car to form AMC. Maybe that’s where they got the hood scoop.

  • David Parker Jr 7 years ago

    My 1st car was a 68 rambler I bought for $150.

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  • Keith Ford 7 years ago

    I always loved these cars especially the”A” paint combination . 390, 4speed

  • Roger Whitmore 7 years ago

    That thing on the hood looks like the piece missing out of my refrigerator. Hey, I really like the car a lot.

  • David Richardson 7 years ago

    my friend had a rebel machine..think that’s what they called it..same red white and blue..little bigger..390 4 car.

  • Doug Stewart 7 years ago

    My Dad have the Rambler 60′ all black and white up pop , 6 cyl . Clean never for Sale . Keeper years .

  • Keith Dickson 7 years ago

    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……

  • Robert Boomershine 7 years ago

    It did pretty well in cornfields!!

  • Richard Bennett 7 years ago

    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.

  • Jerrie Boomershine Homan 7 years ago

    Which cousin?

  • Roy Boomershine 7 years ago

    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.

  • Leroy Rojas 7 years ago

    I love the AMC cars.

  • Bernard Rock 7 years ago

    Under rated and very cool.

  • Rick Payne 7 years ago

    Nice, would like to have one of these…….

  • Daniel R Quinn 7 years ago

    they ran 14.30.back in the day.never got credit for it were fast cars 390.4speed all were 4 speeds.

  • Walter Rambo 7 years ago

    We called them red, white, & blue ramblers!

  • Matt Andersen 7 years ago

    I’d take it for one hella of a ride..

  • Daniel Ciciretti 7 years ago

    What motor 360?

  • Daniel Ciciretti 7 years ago

    That’s cool!

  • Jim Louis Seegert 7 years ago

    That was a Fast Car!

  • Jeff Stone 7 years ago

    would love to own one.

  • Jimmie Whitt 7 years ago


  • John Carroll 7 years ago

    love to rip down my street with this thing.

  • Jim Louis Seegert 7 years ago

    Very Nice!

  • Scott Macclinchy 7 years ago

    1969 hurst rambler scrambler b paint.