AMC stands for American Motors Company. They were around for years and made some great cars and one of them was the Rambler. Some of the public didn't notice the Rambler and that was a loss for them. The Rambler always had a simple look that really made it work. Possibly the simple look wasn't jazzy enough for some but it really worked for some. The Rambler could be found in driveways around the country as well as some tracks too. The Rambler had some oats under the hood that took many an opponent by surprise. No one liked getting beat by such a 'plain jane' car but none the less it happened. They made great family cars that still had some sporty-ness to it that made it really fun to drive. Now when you see a Rambler it really jumps out at you. The public really missed the boat on the Rambler. Now even though the Rambler was a great family car and a sleeper on the track it did have its downfalls like any other classic car. Now that its fifty plus years old, its got some rust and hasn't been tuned up in years but those are normal easy fixes but the one that just about every classic car has is a really bad radio. I mean all you're going to get out of it is static and bad reception but is there anything you can do about it? Of course there is, get to Vintage Car Radio for all your Rambler needs. Vintage Car Radio carries only the best of the best like Custom Autosound, Ken Harrison, RediRad, Out of Sight Audio and Stereo Conversion. All of these radios fit in your Rambler with minimal hassle and the sound is unbelievable. So get over to Vintage Car Radio and get your Rambler rocking.