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Hemmings Find of the Day – 1964 Rambler Classic Typhoon

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One of American Motors’ tributes to the legendary and durable straight-six that went on to power just about every AMC-built vehicle until the company’s end, this 1964 Rambler Classic Typhoon has survived the years well, remaining on the road and in pretty solid shape. That body damage on the front right corner from hitting a pole doesn’t even look too serious. From the seller’s description:

This car is currently my daily driver. It drives and runs great. It is a three-speed manual on the column with overdrive. It has power steering, manual breaks and electric wipers. The one barrel carb was just rebuilt, and it has a new fuel pump. All the lights work and so does the clock. It is all original except for the new cloth and vinyl interior and headliner. The paint is original and has some some surface rust. No other rust issues. The previous owner hit a pole with the right side front fender which also bent the front bumper. I have three of the original hub caps. I also have receipts for over $11,000 worth of repairs that the previous owner had done. These receipts do not include the new interior. These do include rebuilt transmission, front end and new brakes? This is really a wonderful car, but I have three other classics, so it needs to go.

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Menifee, California
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