- 195CID (3.2L) I6 engine
- 3 speed manual with overdrive "Twin-Stick"
- Top-of-the-line 770 model
- Front adjustable bucket seats with console
- Burgundy on burgundy with white hardtop
- Very clean and original
- Recent brake hydraulics rebuild, oil pan gasket repair, tune up and axle seal
- New exhaust muffler
This 1963 Rambler was a car built to tour America in a comfortable and stylish fashion. Sporting a burgundy paint finish in excellent driver quality shape and a very straight original body with a nice white hardtop. The interior is lightly restored with new door panels, carpet, headliner and seat upholstery with the center console and dash being in excellent factory original condition. The interior is very spacious and comfortable with the highly adjustable front bucket seats. The dash design is timeless and shows some nice patina. 3 speed manual with the "Twin-Stick" overdrive makes this a great highway cruiser that is quite and comfortable. The original 3.2L engine runs strong and is believed to be rebuilt, does not leak any oil as the oil pan gasket was recently serviced. The undercarriage is unrestored however had recent brake hydraulic work and a rear axle seal replaced. The car rides very smooth and straight down the road. Overall this Rambler is a rare sight to see and is in excellent factory original condition with a cool timeless interior, smooth I6 engine and a manual 3 speed with overdrive.
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