614 E. Auto Center Dr.
With its V8 power, a leather interior, cold-blowing A/C, a Bluetooth stereo, other well-placed upgrades, and a detailed color theme, this 1964 AMC Rambler American is a nicely-priced classic hardtop with plenty of distinction.
We love a good AMC because they represent a cool classic American. And since their production figures were lower than The Big Three, that makes for plenty of rare distinction on the classic car scene. But you don\'t even need to talk about production numbers when looking at this car. It likes to be quite individual with a cool paint package that gives you a sleek silver metallic, and a tasteful gray used for stripes on the rockers and sports stripes. It\'s a stylish and sporty two-tone, and the bright orange pinstripe adds an extra lively touch. That added performance style is continued on details like the rear spoiler, polished dual exhaust tips, 15-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels, and the forward-leaning stance helped by the extra meaty rear tires. The full package is vintage, clean, and quite complete, and there\'s a driver quality feeling that lets you know this one was made to be easy to enjoy whenever you\'re ready.
The interior is a terrific mix of added luxury and driver-ready upgrades. The best place to understand both of these together is on the pair of bucket seats. These are supple leather seats borrowed from a late-model Lincoln and are power adjustable. The black seats go well with the clean look of the black door panels, headliner, and carpeting (including covering the rear seat delete.) There are nice comfort upgrades like an AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth and cold-blowing air conditioning. You also know this is a driver\'s coupe with upgrades like the sports steering wheel, tilt column, Bosch auxiliary readouts, B&M shifter, and cool hood tach.
AMC was purchased by Chrysler, and so it\'s kind of fun to have the motor upgraded to a Mopar 318 cubic-inch V8. We also like the upgrade because this is a hardy powerhouse that loves additions. So this now includes a Holley four-barrel carburetor, a high-rise aluminum intake, and a large aluminum radiator with an electric fan. Plus, you just know you can do some added tuning and/or easy additions to unlock even more power. A three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and rear traction bars complete a solid driver\'s package.
This Rambler has a terrific upgraded style that tells you it loves to be driven and enjoyed. So this is road-ready distinction for quite a nice price. Call today!!!
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