The winner and still the lowest-priced car made in the USA. The 1966 American Motors Rambler American.


The winner (Rambler American outruns Corvair, Dart, Falcon at Daytona) and still the lowest-priced car made in the USA.

'Do all Americans wear rally stripes?' 'No, but with their big new engine they drive that way.' 
'66 Rambler American 220. Scored big in Economy Test, too. 24.5 mpg with automatic transmission. 
The event was the Acceleration Test in Class VI of the NASCAR- Corvair, Dart, Falcon logged 24.5 mpg in the Economy Test. supervised '66 Pure Oil Performance Trials. The results were All this from the same car that still wears the lowest price very surprising. (To everyone but us.) Rambler Americans, tag of any U.S.-built car.* Stop in at your American Motors/ equipped with standard engines, finished 1, 2 in this 25-70 Rambler Dealer and see the new American—a car that keeps mph Acceleration Test. Proof of morn power for safe passing. its value longer, because quality is built in, not added on. What else would you expect from a car that packs the big- Small wonder that every minute of every working day, two gest, newest, most powerful standard Six in its class? But more families make their choice a new American Motors car. here's the clincher. The same American that out-accelerated American Motors...where quality is built in, not added on.

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