What makes an awesome restomod? Fuel-injected LS power? An
overdrive transmission? A leather-lined custom A/C interior? An
adjustable suspension? Not only does this 1969 AMC Rambler American
answer "yes" to all of those, but it also delivers it in a bright
and distinct package that makes for a memorable cruiser.
We love a good AMC because they represent a cool classic American.
And since their production figures were lower than The Big Three,
that makes for plenty of rare distinction on the classic car scene.
But the distinction of this one goes much further than production
numbers. It announces it's unique with the right well-placed
upgrades. The orange paint has a vibrant style that gives this an
aggressive impression. But there's also a touch of premium because
the hue is said to be borrowed from the BMW M3 color palette, and
it has a premium gloss that shows off this AMC's crisp and classic
lines. There's a coordinated dark side contrast with the dark
grille, blackout rear panels, and upgraded dark alloys. And
speaking of the wheels they are staggered 17/18 inches front/rear
for a nice stance, and that gets enhanced further because you can
dial-in the height with the fully adjustable air ride
The interior is thoughtfully done where the color theme switches
from the exterior to now give you plenty of black with just the
right touches of bold orange. We love how the seats give you the
classic split bench look but now it's deluxe custom upholstery done
in supple leather. Plush carpeting, custom door panels, a smooth
dash, and a custom foam headliner are all about making sure you
remember a restomod means adding comfort. There's plenty of added
luxury that also comes from upgrades like the cold-blowing air
conditioning, cup holders, and an AM/FM stereo with USB and
Bluetooth. There's even a custom consul with toggle switches for
the air ride controls. Plus the sports steering wheel, billet
pedals, and upgraded gauges signal that you'll love the driving
The engine bay has an awesome sense of style. All that darkness
focuses your attention on the bold orange engine cover, and so you
really notice the upgraded V8 heart. In fact, this 5.7-liter LS1 V8
has a cleanly installed style that almost makes this upgraded GM
powerhouse look like it has always been in this classic AMC. LS
power is the choice for the modern generation because they have a
hardy and powerful reputation that's just like the old small
blocks, but now with a modern fuel-injected smoothness. And when
you add in details like an aluminum radiator with electric fans and
a 4L60 four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive, there's an
almost daily driver kind of appeal. Manual drum brakes give it the
right touch of old-school feeling to remind you this restomod is
still a classic, and if that's not to your taste, you also know
there are a ton of ways to upgrade it. And upgrades like the rack &
pinion power steering and grippy ZR-rated tires already elevate the
It's hard not to be impressed with the style, features, and serious
quickness of this Rambler restomod. This is about real distinction
and real driving pleasure. Call today!!!
1969 AMC Rambler
Location:Lithia Springs, Georgia
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