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1962 Rambler Custom Classic CrossCountry Wagon 2nd. Owner
You should of put it in the NON Cbody Section.
I like it! Fair price considering all that's been done to it.
Needs Gas Monkey'd
I clicked on non-body...
Moderator :Move pl.... Oh I forgot. Never mind....
I love the old Rambler wagons. And this is a great example, right down to the period colors.
A friend in NC has a 57 tri tone wagon, 6Cyl, straight shift with factory overdrive and A/C.
I'd love to have it but he's proud of it, (it was his daddy's), and although it is not rusty and the original paints is still good it has been poorly stored and needs everything else.
I probably posted this for no other reason than my first car was a 62 Rambler Classic wagon. And when that crapped the bed, it was replaced by yet another 62 Rambler Classic wagon...
Learned how lethal replacing kingpins could be. Do not skimp on spring compressors!!
NOW that is a NICE Rambler wagon! I thought about it for about 20 seconds. it would look nice in the garage. but then I thought ... (WIFE) cold in Michigan cant sleep in the wagon...
Ramblers had front seats that reclined to make a bed with the back seat. Keep the engine running and the vent windows cracked.
cool car... I love the color
Pet peeve. Door strikers are not body color.
I pitched it. NFW! Worth a shot. I will put the word out.
You can't drive a house either.
Ive said that since I was 16, "You can live in a car but you cant drive a house"
If you're serious and not just tire kicking, I can inspect it for you.
Sure you can
Rambler wagons are cool. Been around them a lot when I was a kid. Rambler plant was on N. Richards Street in Milwaukee.
A man assembles a door for an American Motors car at AMC’s body plant on Richards St. in Milwaukee in 1981. The five-story factory, built just after World War I, eventually employed as many as 9,000 people before it was closed following Chrysler Corp.’s buyout of AMC in 1987.
One of Milwaukee’s chief claims to motor-city status, the then-Nash auto body plant, looms over Richards St. just south of Capitol Drive on the north side in 1950. Capitol Drive cuts across the upper left corner of this photo. The plant, long since demolished, has been replaced by a Wal-mart, among other buildings.
close, but no cigar