This 1957 Rambler was inherited from a relative in Nevada. I had the car shipped to NY in December. The car was always stored indoors and babied, since he bought it in 2004. I don't know much about these cars. I have about 70 miles on it and have never had so many looks, or people taking photos and videos of any car I have owned. A conversation piece at every traffic light, gas station and parking lot. I took the car to my trusted (classic car) shop to make sure everything is in good working order. I have about 25 hours invested in a tune up, oil change, check/change fluids as needed, check/fix accessories, lights and a professional detailing. It appears the car has new brakes, fuel pump and master cylinder based on used parts I found in a box. It passed inspection, most accessories work, even the tube radio, and it looks really good.
This is a description of the car from the previous owner:
Nash Rambler Rebel 327 AMC with 3 speed manual(on the column) transmission. One of 1500 produced with 6 registered in the Nash Club of America.
The seats and carpeting have been redone and the headliner is new. The car has some scrapes and chips, but good metal , rust free body all around. I have a pint of touch up pant, Atlas green, that came with the car. There is no handle on the outside of the rear doors, they do open and there is a handle on the inside, giving a sleek look to the body. The engine sounds awesome through the dual exhaust. The V8 pulls nicely and it is a real cruiser in 3rd gear. The 3 on the tree is a blast to drive, that is how I learned to drive a manual. This is 1950's Americana at its best.
Clear New York title, located in Port Washington NY.
I have received emails stating that all Rebels were pillar-less 4 Door Hardtops and this is a 4 door sedan with a B pillar. The vin and trim tag are correct for a Rebel, see below. I do not know the history of this car, other than ownership. It is my hope this car will go to a Rambler enthusiast that will enjoy the car for all it is, as was the case with the previous owner.
Vin F-2302Body No. 6313Model No. 5739-2Paint No. 96Trim 777
Car will be listed in multiple locations
I have a reliable shipper that is reasonably priced, and can move the car quickly and safely.

Seller notes:
Year: 1957 VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): F-2302
Mileage: 28071 Number of Cylinders: 8
Make: Nash Body Type: Sedan
Model: Rambler Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Trim: Rebel Vehicle Title: Clear
Engine: 327 Options: AM radio
Drive Type: RWD Fuel Type: Gasoline
For Sale By: Private Seller Exterior Color: Green
Drive Side: Left-hand drive Interior Color: Gray

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