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1968 VAM Rambler American 440 Station Wagon

1968 VAM Rambler American in El águila descalza, Movie, 1971 IMDB

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: US — Built in: MX — Made for: MEX

1968 VAM Rambler American 440 Station Wagon

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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electra225 IT

2010-03-09 17:03

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1967 Rambler America 220 Station Wagon.

typhlosion US

2010-03-09 20:01

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since its mexican wouldn't it be a vam?

owlman US

2010-03-09 20:10

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typhlosion wrote since its mexican wouldn't it be a vam?

Yes probably, but what model name? VAM used the Rambler American name for the AMC Hornet, did they also keep it for these? :think:

CougarTim US

2010-03-09 23:45

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From Wikipedia: "In the sixties, VAM produced the Rambler American (in 2- and 4-door and wagon versions)"

If they used the American name for the Hornet, I don't see why they wouldn't use it for the Hornet's predecessor, which was originally called the American in the US. They probably used the American name on the Hornet to create continuity with the preceding model.

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