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1963 AMC 660 Rambler classic

Make: AMC
Model: Rambler Classic 660
SubModel: Classic sedan
Type: Sedan
Trim: 660
Year: 1963
Mileage: 67,250
VIN: G144603
Color: Gold
Engine: 195.6- 3.2 L
Cylinders: 6
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Folcroft, Pennsylvania, United States

1963 AMC Rambler Classic 660 660 Additional Info:

This was going to be a restoration...The front clip was removed, cleaned, minor rust repaired and primed and reinstalled... It do
The trim was removed, wrapped, marked and saved, as well as the hubcaps...The photos are recent...The car runs, drives and shifts...It only has 67,250 miles on her...Everything is original except someone put in a different radio, and speakers in the doors... The rear deck still has the original speaker...
I managed to find a pristine condition Motor trend magazine and it is included with the car.
C&P from wiki...
1963 660 Rambler.
American Motors' "senior" cars (Classic and Ambassador) shared the same wheelbase and body parts, with only trim differences and standard equipment levels to distinguish the models. Classics came in pillared two- and four-door sedans, as well as four-door wagons. The model designations now became "a Mercedes-like three-number model designation" going from the lowest 550 (essentially fleet cars), 660, to highest 770 trims (replacing the Deluxe, Custom, and 400 versions).
As in 1962, the 1963 Classics were initially available only as 6-cylinder 195.6 cu in (3.2 L) models. The Ambassador's standard V8 power, featuring AMC's 327 cu in (5.4 L) engine, was the chief distinguishing feature from the Classic model line.
In mid-1963, a new 287 cu in (4.7 L) V8 option was announced for the Classic models. The 198 hp (148 kW; 201 PS) V8 equipped Rambler Classics combined good performance with good mileage; even with the optional "Flash-O-Matic" automatic transmission, they reached 0 to 60 mph (0 to 97 km/h) in about 10 seconds and returned fuel economy from 16 miles per US gallon (15 L/100 km; 19 mpg-imp) to 20 miles per US gallon (12 L/100 km; 24 mpg-imp).
The new AMC cars incorporated numerous engineering solutions. Among these was curved side glass, one of the earliest popular-priced cars with this feature. Another engineering breakthrough was combining separate parts in the monocoque (unit construction) body into single stampings. One example was the "uniside" door surround that was made from a single stamping of steel. Not only did it replace 52 parts and reduce weight and assembly costs, it also increased structural rigidity and provided for better fitting of the doors.
American Motors' imaginative engineering prompted Motor Trend magazine to give the Classic - and the similar Ambassador models - their Car of the Year award for 1963. Motor Trend's "award is based on pure progress in design, we like to make sure the car is also worthy of the title in the critical areas of performance, dependability, value, and potential buyer satisfaction."