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SC/Rambler Clone

401 V8, 400hp, 500 lb-ft torque, 4spd, headers, PS, tilt wheel, front disk brakes, cold A/C

This 1969 SC/Rambler 'Clone' originally starting life as a 67 American Hardtop with a 6 cylinder 3 spd column shift drive train, this lifelong Arizona car made a great starting point to do a clone of the vaunted Rambler SC/Rambler (B-Scheme). The conversion started with swapping out all the original drive train, engine cross member and suspension with both SC/Rambler and/or modern AMC parts resulting in an affordable yet extraordinarily powerful tribute to the great limited production car it was fashioned after.


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Anonymous on Jan 28, 2015 said:

Looks like great work on a great tribute to the S/C..love the B scheme too! Davester304

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MAXAMX on Jan 30, 2015 said:

Thanks for the comment. I wish I could take credit for the build.

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Anonymous on Jan 29, 2015 said:

One of my all time favorite cars that I unfortunately never got to drive or own...... Just love the color scheme call out....... need some interior shots of that Hurst to make it complete...........

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MAXAMX on Jan 30, 2015 said:

Here you go.

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Anonymous on Jan 30, 2015 said:

Great car then and now. Outmuscles the Big 3 "Muscle Cars".

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Anonymous on Jan 30, 2015 said:

Now we're talking..........bench seat, Hurst T Handle, patriotic headrests......great......where's the keys????? :-)

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