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Thread: Amc's Wanted!

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    Amc's Wanted!


    i am looking for a rambler scrambler any condition or a rebel machine any condition or a 68-70 amx any condition please keep prices REALISTIC just cuz one went for 20+grand dont mean there all worth 20+ grand <just ranting sorry> am looking to build a different muscle car tires of same old thing!

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    Car Year, Make, Model: '51 Chevy Fleetline and a Ratrod project

    I'v seen them sell reasonable on Ebay. Because the older AMC's are more of an unknown than say, a GM product of the same year, you have to get a real AMC enthusiest to pull down the big numbers on any given AMC, so you should be able to get 1 restorable under 8K, or less.
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    Car Year, Make, Model: '67 Ranchero, '57 Chevy, '82 Camaro,

    I've seen some of the little Rambler 2 door sedans go dirt cheap at auction, could just pick one of them up and clone in out to look like a Scrambler. Spend the money you save on go fast goodies.
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