Rambler 1967

American    
Rebel – new model  
Ambassador    
Marlin    
AMX III –prototype  

USA

The American Motors Corporation is in a difficult financial situation. The group was created in 1954 by the merger of the Nash and Hudson. They flourished quite well for a long time, but in recent years has suffered declining sales. Rambler cars are well known for good quality but the small company struggles with the competition of General Motors, Ford and Chrysler. The AMC is currently undergoing deep restructuring.

Czteromilionowy Rambler - Rebel SS
 

American

           
220 2 Door Sedan        
  4 Door Sedan        
  4 Door Stn Wgn        
440 2 Door Sedan        
  4 Door Sedan        
  2 Door Hardtop        
  4 Door Stn Wgn        
Rogue 2 Door Hardtop        
  2 Door Convertible        

 


American 220 Sedan

American Sedan

American Rouge Hardtop

American Rouge Hardtop

American Rouge Convertible
 

Rebel

           
550 2 Door Sedan        
  4 Door Sedan        
  4 Door Stn Wgn        
770 4 Door Sedan        
  2 Door Hardtop        
  4 Door Stn Wgn        
SST 2 Door Hardtop        
  2 Door Convertible        

 


Rebel SST Hardtop

Rebel SST Hardtop

Rebel SST Convertible

Rebel SST Convertible

Rebel 550 Station Wagon

Rebel 770 sedan

Rebel 770 Cross Country

Rebel 770 Cross Country

1967½ AMC Rebel Westerner

1967½ AMC Rebel Briarcliff

1967½ AMC Rebel Mariner
 

Ambassador

           
880 2 Door Sedan        
  4 Door Sedan        
  4 Door Stn Wgn        
990 4 Door Sedan        
  2 Door Hardtop        
  2 Door Convertible        
  4 Door Stn Wgn        
DPL 2 Door Hardtop        

 


Ambassador

Ambassador 990 Sedan

Ambassador 990 Convertible

Ambassador 990 Coupé

Ambassador DPL Sport Coupé

Ambassador 990 Cross Country Wagon

Ambassador 990 Cross Country
 

Marlin

         
2 Door Hardtop        

 

 

AMX III

AMX III – prototype        
           

 


AMX III. First shown at the Chicago Auto Show in February 1967.