In 1967 AMC (American Motors Corp) introduced the AMC Rebel which was, for the most part, a midsized short-wheelbase version of the full-sized Ambassador. The design for the sedan and hardtop and coupe followed contemporary square ‘Murican design standards of the era, but they also need a station wagon. It really looks like they realized they didn’t have a wagon design after building a few thousand extra sedans and they paid someone at the Kenosha, Wisconsin assembly line to weld on a cargo topper from a pickup truck. I’m not saying I wouldn’t own this thing, but the c-pillar is hilarious. Find this 1969 AMC Rambler Rebel Wagon offered for $15000 in Boston, MA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
Every day, I drive down the roads in suburban SoCal, and lament the takeover of ugly crossovers and sport futility vehicles. I get the usability of the modern small SUV…I really do…but when did needless vertical height become a cure-all for ugly tail lights? And why can’t we have wagons? When did V8 powered rear-drive […]
Yes, old wagons are the best. Even better is an old green wagon…an old green American wagon with an old green interior, and with a V8 and an awoooooooga horn. And you are gonna need that awoooooooga horn with 2 tons of steel and manual drum brakes. Find this 1969 AMC Rebel Wagon here on eBay bidding for […]
One of conundrums facing the buyer of vintage iron is the decision to keep to stock/original or modify it. It is your car and you can do what you want, but if the car is original and untouched there is this overwhelming consensus from car guys that you should leave it alone, even if it […]