When did classic cars get so stinkin expensive? One day you can get an ’80s Bronco for a few hundred bucks, and now people are treating them like they are the next Ferrari 365GTB. And it isn’t just Broncos, it is a serious epidemic of classic car price appreciation. Personally, I blame the internet. Prior to the birth of the world’s central nervous system, if you wanted to drive an old car you had to have some serious investment into that car — either cash to pay someone to fix/maintain it, or the tools/books/know-how to do it yourself. Today, you just need an internet connection and to watch some youtube videos and a few hours later you are bidding on an overpriced Bronco. Uggg. At least there are a few old makes/marques that are still affordable, but it is only a matter of time before this also spreads on the inter…wait…I think I might be part of the problem. Oh well ¯\_(ツ)_/¯. Find this 1960 AMC Rambler Country Club Custom offered for $12,900 buy-it-now or make-offer located in Hartsville, TN via craigslist.
From the seller:
1960 American Motors Rambler Country Club Custom 4 door sedan, Push Button Automatic transmission, Very nice black paint, very nice interior, Straight 6 cyl. 195 cubic inch 127hp runs great! Smooth and quiet, power brakes. This is an all stock unmolested car, very solid and nice. Great driver or show car. Ready to go. Fully reclining front seats make a bed. All original books and papers, original invoice, title, warranty sheet etc. VERY solid underneath, no visible rust or rust repair.
A very nice car for the money. Great Driver.
|VIN (Vehicle Identification Number):||C144620||Mileage:||76158|
|Model:||Rambler Country Club Custom||Body Type:||Sedan|
|Exterior Color:||Black||Vehicle Title:||Clean|
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