Cross Country station wagon. The sedans must all be parts cars or daily drivers for old ladies in the upper Midwest or something. I've come across one '63 four-door sedan, one '62 two-door sedan, and one '65 convertible. And then there was this handsome 1965 Classic 770 hardtop coupe.
The body is great on this example, very well taken care of. Only minor trim pieces are missing, and I hope the right rear hubcap was hiding somewhere in the shop with a new tire. I quite like the 1965 Rambler styling pretty much across the board, and the Classic coupe is one of my favorites along with the fastback Marlin (also built on the Classic platform). This was nearly the end of the road for the Classic, as American Motors was rebranding and would no longer use Classic as a model name after 1966. Rambler itself was demoted to a sort of sub-brand after 1967, used only on the compact American and on certain export models overseas. This Classic, finally, is a classic in its own right.