The Nash and Hudson auto lines were phased out in early 1957, meaning that American Motors would henceforth rise or fall with the Rambler. Check out the 1965-1966 Rambler Ambassador, the compact car meant to be key to the company's success.
The 1965-1966 Rambler Classic Hardtops & Convertibles were the only collectible midsize Ramblers from 1958-1967 and they bear many similarities to both earlier and subsequent models. See specifications and read more about these cars.
The 1961-1963 Rambler American Convertible & Hardtop was the sportiest of the final 100-inch-wheelbase Ramblers. But several factors make this model a better bet for casual car enthusiasts as it's not as popular as later models. Learn why.
The 1965 Rambler Marlin had distinctive styling historical appeal and a plush interior. American Motors introduced the car to keep up with the sporty fastback craze of the mid 1060s. Read about the pros and cons of this collectible car.