Will It Run After 50 Years? | Forgotten 1962 American AMC Rambler

Join the restored team as they attempt to revive this 1962 American AMC Rambler 400. After discovering this car amongst many others at the Hutson Farm, the guys get her back to the shop and begin to discover what it's going to take to get this old girl on the road again.

Finding a highly neglected engine compartment, completely overtaken by rodents, they dig through the debris only to find a highly seized engine. This may be one of the hardest revival videos they've taken part in! Will the guys be able to get this forgotten beauty running again or has she breathed her last breath?

A few facts.The 1962 American Motors Corporation (AMC) Rambler was part of the third generation of Rambler vehicles produced by AMC. The Rambler was a compact car that gained popularity for its efficient and practical design, and it played a significant role in establishing AMC as a notable American automaker.

In 1962, the Rambler was available in several body styles, including two-door and four-door sedans, a two-door hardtop, and a four-door station wagon. It was known for its relatively spacious interior, fuel efficiency, and affordability. The Rambler was well-received by consumers who were looking for a compact and economical car during a time when larger, more extravagant vehicles were also popular.

The 1962 Rambler featured a range of engine options, including inline-six engines, which were common for that era. The Rambler's reputation for reliability and practicality helped it become a competitive player in the automotive market.

Scroll down and watch the video till the end to see how beautiful this car is. Will it run again? Let's get a look...