The car is being sold as a roller-no engine or transmission. These were marketed by Rambler Motors A. And as always, thanks for looking! I will try to describe all of these to the best of my ability, but please review the pictures and videos of each as well. I recently drove it from Houston to Biloxi, Mississippi for cruising the coast with no issues. The compression rate is just an impressive 9. Or does the asking price mean that it needs to be a little more special? The heavy-duty suspension was augmented by springs in the rear with higher load rating giving the car a raked look.
A Hurst-shifted four-speed was mandatory and came with a 3. Very, rare car for sale. Here are features on more than 100 muscle cars, including photos and specifications for each model. The interior featured anchors and stars decorating dark blue suede bolster panels of the seats, which also had white piping and broad horizontal pleated inserts of medium blue antelope grain vinyl. It must be noted that the 343 is not much of an upgrade of its earlier 327.
I also have the brake booster in the trunk. The Machine was one of Detroit's most stiffly sprung muscle cars. Fairly certain I have factory service manuals for all of them, which will go with the sale. It still wasn't the menacing machine of that '69 photo, but buyers could at least get the steak without quite so much sizzle. K models corresponded to those of the U.
The Machine features a large hood scoop that was painted Electric Blue code B6 with a large visible to the driver integrated into a raised fairing at the rear of the scoop. Set up for small block chevy with 3 speed automatic. Car and Driver tested the 1968 class of muscle cars and noted the Javelin was the slowest, though not by much. Seems like it clears up after driving it a bit, seems to only happen when cold - then pools up and burns off while driving. Rear gear ratios included a 3. The interior in readily available through Lengendary. This car rides amazing, you just float right along but without that 70's Cadillac roll to it.
Very cool car extremely rare few in existence. The Rebel models were similar to the senior Ambassador in that they shared the same basic body aft of the cowl. Starting with the 1967 models, American Motors offered the industry's most comprehensive warranty up to that time: two-years or 25,000 miles 40,000 km on the entire automobile, and five-years or 50,000 miles 80,000 km on the engine and power train. In its most patriotic or flamboyant factory trim The Machine was painted white featured bold red, white, and blue reflective stripes made by 3M on the bodysides that wrapped over the trunk lid. Its extra-heavy-duty suspensionincluded firm station wagon rear springs, which elevated the tail and helped account for the raked look. The Rebel was replaced by the similar for the 1971 model year.
Paint is not perfect but shows well. The rust shown in the quarters is not all the way through. V-8, and the thumping 330-hp, 401-c. The car has basically been a drag car for the past 30 years. The car is lacking the front seats and gas tank. The Mariner was sold along the regions of the United States. The wiper motor doesn't park correctly anddoesn'tappear to be the original or factory one, but I am including a pair ofre-manufacturedones found 2 so I bought them both and a used one with the steel mounting panel to bring it back to the way it should be.
Has been stored in garage. Thank you, Dean Category - Mileage - Posted Over 1 Month 1958 rambler rebel custom has factory 250 ci engine with factory 4 bbl. The trunk may also be suffering from a bad seal around the rear window. Due to their susceptibility to rust, a great many of those cars have since disappeared from our roads, but this one could return to the roads in the right hands. Its body rakes forward in an aggressive, street-fighting stance.
The side structure of the 4-door sedans and 2-door hardtops was made stronger. No close ups are shown, but the body looks crisp. V-8, through the 245-hp and 285-hp, 360-c. It is not currently street legal. A third, rear-facing seat was optional with a side-hinged tailgate for easier access.
Numerous upgrades were standard to make each Machine a potent turnkey. The current owners have done a nice job in maintaining this Rebel in their twenty five years of enjoying this droptop beauty. Wikimedia Commons has media related to. American Motors did not wait for the requirements to cars delivered to dealers after 31 December 1967, but incorporated the safety features starting with the early 1968 cars produced in late 1967. I can't verify if the mileages listed are original or not on any of them.
Maintenance is not an expensive proposition, but some trim parts can be difficult to find. I'm selling them because I just don't have time to give them the love and passion they deserve anymore. Motor and transmission good to go, no issues at all. Look for documented originals as many Javelins have since received engine swaps, or adjust your budget accordingly. It is a 4 door bench seats the outside needs paint it has a Burgundy hard-Top with Burgundy interior and a perfect restoration candidate. The hoses will need to be replaced as well as the belts. Category - Mileage - Posted Over 1 Month Rare twin stick, one owner, barn find.