Used Car of the Day: 1969 Scrambler
December 20th, 2022 3:36 PM Share
Here's a fun one: A 1969 Scrambler that seems setup for drag racing.
For $41,000, this Arizona car comes with a tube chassis, four-link suspension, Qal coil overs, a full cage, a Ford 9-inch differential with 31-spline Moser axles, an aluminum center section, and 16-inch-wide tires. The engine is a Chevy 383, there's a Turbo 350 transmission, Holley fuel pump, fiberglass hood, power windows, custom dash, and rack and pinion steering.
Head over here and check it out.
[Images: The Seller]
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Published December 20th, 2022 3:09 PM
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- Vap65689119 Nice car, I think I'd rather have an SC430
- Theflyersfan They might not be convertible friendly, but if they work on getting the last of the winter crud off of the car during the first spring wash, it's worth its weight in gold. So many of the self-serve car washes seem to have some kind of mechanical problem with one of the nozzles, or out of some chemicals - want to do that at home.
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- TheEndlessEnigma How much is TTAC getting from the Amazon referral links? Once again, nice ads camouflaged as an article.
- Prabirmehta Great review! Brought back memories of my 2005 Z4 - loved it! I recently drove the 2023 Z4 and it felt similar in many ways to my 2005 (despite the much nicer and updated interior). Now your review has me rethinking whether to buy another one? :)
I'd have to be convinced with some documentation that it's a genuine S/CRambler. As a '69 it should have side marker lights (okay, those could've been removed and the holes welded over). This could also be a '67-'69 American Rogue hardtop. Just because it's painted in the S/CRambler "A" paint scheme (there's also a "B" paint scheme with different stripes) doesn't mean it's an S/CRambler.
And it's QA1 suspension, not "Qal". I know, the YB poster typed it wrong, too.
This car, eh.
Not to go too far off topic, but the IKA-Renault Torino sold in Argentina is based on the Rambler American, and those cars are very very cool.