Fits: 55-57 Bel Air, 55-57 One-Fifty Series, 55-57 Two-Ten Series, 58-69 AMC Ambassador (Excluding 58 -60 Air Susp.), 61-66 AMC Classic, 65-67 AMC Marlin, 65-68 Montclair, 65-72 Custom, 65-74 Colony Park, 65-74 Country Sedan, 65-74 Galaxie, 65-74 Monterey (Car), 65-77 Custom 500, 65-78 Country Squire, 65-78 LTD, 67-78 Marquis, 68-73 510, Sedan &Coupe, 69-71 Mark Series, Mark III, 70-74 AMC Ambassador, 70-81 Continental, 80-83 Corolla (Excluding FX Series & All Trac), Sedan, Coupe &Hatchback, 81 Town Car , 82-89 Town Car (Excluding Limousine), 83-88 Tercel, 4WD Station Wagon, 84-87 Corolla (Excluding FX Series & All Trac), RWD without PowerSteering, 84-87 Corolla (Excluding FX Series & All Trac), RWD with Power Steering, 98-12/02 Sienna
At Andy's Auto Sport, we carry a huge selection of AMC Rambler Classic parts. We have everything from affordable Rambler Classic aftermarket parts to high-end AMC Rambler Classic performance parts. We have an excellent selection of Rambler Classic custom parts, like body kits, carbon hoods, custom seats, and rims, to name a few. We also carry the factory-grade replacement Rambler Classic parts too, including Rambler Classic engine parts, Rambler Classic body parts, and other Rambler Classic auto parts. So please take a look at our Rambler Classic parts selection. We're confident you'll enjoy the experience!
DID YOU KNOW?
"Aftermarket" is a term used to describe parts that are not made by the factory. So for example, for your AMC Rambler Classic, if you buy parts for your car that are not actually made by AMC, then those are termed "aftermarket". Many people use the term "Rambler Classic aftermarket parts" specifically when referring to custom parts for the Rambler Classic, like performance parts or custom appearance parts. But even if you just replace your Rambler Classic brake pads with OEM-grade factory-style brake pads that are not made by AMC, those too are aftermarket Rambler Classic parts. Over the course of a vehicle's life, it almost certainly will have aftermarket parts installed in it at some point, even if the vehicle is never actually "modded out".