Often overlooked, those that really appreciate them know what great cars these are. Doesn’t this 1965 AMC Rambler Classic 770 Convertible look great in Frost White with red interior? What’s more, it is unlikely this car has ever had a repaint!
With only 25,000 original miles this car has clearly been cherished and garage kept all its life.
The Rambler Classic was an intermediate-size car with a 112 inch wheelbase and 195 inches long.
With a restyle for 1965 the new Ramblers were billed as the “Sensible Spectaculars” referring to their brand new styling.
The Classic Series was split into 3 trim levels; the ‘550’, ‘660’, and ‘770’. As a 770 this car has the highest trim level.
Standard features of the 770 included; weather eye heater, armrests front and rear, turn signals, dual visors (padding on the convertible, an option on other models), cigarette lighter, two front ashtrays, front seat belts, carpets, locking glovebox, richer appointments and trim.
Power comes from a 232 cubic inch straight six engine paired with a three-speed manual transmission.
There were 4,953 Rambler 770 Series Convertibles built for the 1965 model year with a base price of $2,696. This car is also equipped with power steering which was an $85.95 option.