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YAK Car Pic of the Day

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69 rambler blk brooklyn copy

Daughter Katie, who is currently serving as our YAK staff in The Bronx, found this 1969 Rambler four-door sedan while on a side trip to the tony neighborhood of Williamsburg in Brooklyn yesterday. The was the first year that AMC dropped the American moniker from its least expensive car, and it was also the last production car to wear the Rambler name. In 1970 the Hornet would take its place. This one looks pretty complete, including the period license plates.

 

Jim Corbran • YouAutoKnow jim@artvoice.com


  • MaxPlanck

    That machine must have spent its years somewhere other than Brooklyn; it’s lacking the dents and scrapes from all of those NY on-street parking interludes…

  • jcnspots

    I wish we could buy such cars today- I would, immediately. Cheap, well-built, anvil-reliable, roomy and efficient and not unpleasant looking. What’s not to love?