1964 Ramber American Model 440 Convertible. This automobile is a rare find. Interior, motor, and trunk compartments are all original and not re done in any way. Six cylinder overhead valve motor with automatic transmission with steering column shift. New convertible top works great with boot. New paint (original match), new convertible top, and new bias ply tires. Original owners manual is with the car.
Recent (9/17) complete tune-up and everything mechanical checked. Receipt available.
There are a few minor issues; rear bumper left side has a dimple. Minor bubbling on rear quarter - see pictures. Not working are the vacuum windshield wipers, radio, and driver's side window.
This automobile has been garaged since leaving the dealership in 1964. Second owner and has been used for parades and local car shows and is a trophy winner.
Please contact me for additional information.
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