Beach Ready: 1962 Rambler Cross Country

Filed Under (Rambler, Studebaker) by Station Wagon Finder on 12-11-2009

Update 12/17/2009: Bidding topped out at $9, 858 but the reserve was not met.

Sensible and economic as Ramblers and their owners tended to be, this well preserved Cross Country was owned by the head lifeguard form the city of Santa Barbara form new until his death in 2008.  Having walked to work most of his career, the Rambler has amassed only 49,00o miles on the odometer in it’s lifetime.  Offered on Ebay the Cross-Country station wagon model 6218-2 came with the following factory options: 3-speed push button “Flashmatic” transmission, HD cooling system, back-up lights, “Weather-Eye” ventilation system, full reclining seats, blue tinted glass, oil bath air cleaner, oil filter, padded dash, HD springs, twin circuit brakes and the “Custom” trim level.
Resprayed in the original Frost White years ago, there is no evidence of any rust, scrapes or accident damage.
With the famous rambler fold down seats you could probably sleep a family of 4 in this car! Included with the car are $5,700 in reciepts for the work that was done to bring the car into beautiful working order. The original bill of sale is also include that shows a 51 Plymouth was traded for in the purchase of the Rambler.



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