Tuesday, November 15, 2016
1912 Rambler Cross Country - Robert Pass
1912 RAMBLER CROSS COUNTRY TOURING 38 hp. 4 cylinder engine, 120 inch wheelbase This rare Rambler was built by the Thomas B. Jeffery Company in Kenosha, Wisconsin. It was named the Cross Country because of its ability to travel long distances with reliability and comfort. Having toured for many miles, the last owner proudly states this Rambler is tour ready. It is also show ready!! Upgrades for safety include: turn signals, stop lights, electric fuel pump, electric starter, a BB-1 carburetor and numerous other items. The restorer of this great car is available to answer any questons. Cosmetically, the burgundy body and black fenders are excellent. The straw colored wooden wheels are fully restored and solid. The Rambler has an imposing stance and is always a hit at a show or tour. Priced to sell to a new caretaker: $79,500.