1958 AMC Rambler Super, 6-cyl.

1958 AMC Rambler Super, 6-cyl.

RAMBLER SIX — (6-CYL) — SERIES 10 — The Rambler Six received new front and rear fenders. It represented a major restyling of the 108-inch wheelbase Rambler body. The new front fenders featured quad headlights on all but Deluxes, which had single headlights standard (dual optional). Several states still had laws against dual headlights. The Rambler's rear fenders featured small, restrained tailfins. This was a move towards conforming with current styling trends. The Rambler line was one of the last to add tailfins to its cars and one of the first to drop them. The Custom and Super models also featured new side trim moldings. All models had Rambler nameplates just above the grille. Custom models had Custom nameplates on the rear deck or tailgate, dual sidespear moldings on front fenders and both doors, with a single molding on the rear fenders. Sedans and hardtops had paint inside dual front moldings and wagons ...

 

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