1964 AMC Classic

1964 AMC Classic

RAMBLER CLASSIC SIX — (6-CYL) — SERIES 6410 — The major styling change for the Classic line was a new grille. It had six stacks of short, bright metal ‘dashes’ running between dual outboard headlamps. The headlights were horizontally positioned in rounded rectangular housings. The entire ensemble was surrounded by a barbell-shaped chrome grille shell with Rambler lettering stamped into the upper bar. Side trim varied by line. Classic 550 models had a bright rocker panel strip, but no lower beltline molding. Classic 660 models added a horizontal mid-bodyside step, of constant width, which ran from the headlights to the taillights. The Classic 770 models used the same basic trim, but had a “butter knife” shaped front tip on the molding. This tip was horizontally ebbed and carried 770′ numbering. All three lines had a Classic script plate on the back edge of the rear fender. A 232-cid six ...

 

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