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Nashin' & Thrashin' - Route 66 Rambler Home Page
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Route 66 Rambler HQ

This is a Study of The Heritage of

American Motors Corporation

Tens of thousands of people labored for decades, reaching down into the 19th Century, to bring us the magic today known to The Faithful simply as,

Rambler

The Latest:

Well, it's been awhile since I've added much to this site, but that will start changing as we move into fall. There have been some very valuable contributions by various members and others who have written in to the site. Over at The AMC Heritage Forum, there has been a lot of new information volunteered by visitors and members. You can reach that page using the Featured Links at upper left, or clicking on the link here:

http://www.forum.route66rambler.com/index.php (external link)

In other news, Route 66 Rambler has recently been designated as a COOL SITE by the folks at Open Directory. We have now been authorized to present the award here on the site, and we will do so proudly.

Visit the DMOZ Internet Open Directory here:

http://www.dmoz.org (external link)

Here is where Route 66 Rambler is listed, along with a lot of other great AMC-oriented sites:

http://www.dmoz.org/Recreation/Autos/Makes_and_Models/AMC/ (external link)

Other good directories to check are Yahoo, Google, and Excite.

Excite Directory

Thanks to all of our visitors, members and contributors. More good things are yet to come.

-mike

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Index to Route 66 Rambler:

Route 66 Rambler Parts Dept. (cache)


Created by system. Last Modification: Saturday 11 of September, 2010 00:55:27 MST by admin. (Version 70)

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Hey there all, I restored my 1960 Rambler custom this summer, from paint and body to interior panels, carpet and what ever comes along next because it never stops. Im on my 2nd set of carpet. I love my car with its 196 cu in 6 cylinder, push button auto "flash-o-matic" and factory A/C!! 83K miles. It shares my garage with a 1955 Chevy 210 that has a stovebolt 6 cyl. and powerglide transmixer that has 15K on its odometer.



I just read about this website on the AMC forum and immediately signed up. Whew!! What a kool site loaded with this much information. Now I am trying to figure out how I did not know about this website.
But glad to be here anyway
1970 Javelin owner
hassyfoto


Glad ya like it, hassyfoto. There's a lot of work here, not just by me, but by everyone who has contributed this huge trove of information on these long-lost companies. Keep on coming by, there's a heck of a lot to dig through.
-TBJ



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