Saturday, October 8, 2011

Commercial Break! The 1964 Rambler Convertible

The Rambler, manufactured mostly during the 1950s and 1960s by American Motors Corporation (AMC), was one of the most popular vehicles of its time. In 1963, the full Rambler line received the Motor Trend Care of the Year award. It ceased production in 1969, and in 1987, AMC was purchased by Chrysler. It became the Jeep-Eagle arm of the Chrysler Corporation, which continued to manufacture the Jeep Cherokee line started by AMC.

This radio spot features the 1964 Rambler convertible as it was promoted over The Bob Crane Show in May 1964.

1964 Rambler Convertible Car Commercial
The Bob Crane Show / KNX-CBS Radio
May 1964

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