We are pleased to present this 1966 AMC Ambassador Convertible.
This rare survivor features the original interior, 327 engine and 3
speed automatic transmission. The exterior was repainted some time
ago and has been touched up since. It has the factory power
steering and brakes for ease of driving. The convertible top has
recently been replaced and also comes with a spare glass window.
The seats and door panels look great and it even comes with a spare
tire. This driver is not perfect but is a unique car to cruise in
right from the start or a starting place for a something more. We
can coordinate shipping to your location. Please call or text
Savannah Classic Cars at 912-235-2347.
One of his final wishes was to take a ride in his 1956 Nash Ambassador. With the help of his family and ClassicCars.com, Patrick McKay got his wish.
‘Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Superman!” But if you looked at the ground during the days of the 1950s, you likely saw a car much like our Pick of the Day.
Italian design house Pininfarina is known mainly for amazing Ferrari and Alfa Romeo designs, but the company also did extensive work with British and American auto manufacturers.
When most people think of the late, lamented Nash brand, they conjure up bulbous family cars of the 1950s or perhaps the tiny Nash Metropolitan.
Just how do you suppose the historically famous Italian company, Pininfarina, ever became involved in the styling designs of the 1950’s Nash automobiles?
The Pick of the Day became a one-year-only design
Lessons learned almost as valuable as a trophy for rookie Andrew Schulte
Meanwhile, NE museum salutes supermods and Mustang museum offers Ford-only car shows
Now in its 33rd year, this northern Nevada event celebrates hot rods, custom cars and vintage rock ’n’ roll