1968 AMC Rambler Rogue
With its V8 power, nice upgrades, and cool colors inside & out, this 1968 AMC Rambler Rogue is a value-priced classic with plenty of distinction. We love a good AMC because they represent a cool classic American. And since there production figures were lower than The Big Three, that makes for plenty or rare distinction on the classic car scene. In fact, the Rambler Rogue was the top-dog trim (only wagons were more expensive) and less than 4,600 were produced in 1966. That gives this one true distinction, and so prepare to never fly under the radar with this hardtop. Plus, it's wearing updated paintwork with a tasteful two-tone burnt orange metallic with a glossy black roof. And this Rambler Rogue has a nice sense of intimidating style with its wide front end, full-length trim, and a machined turned panel covering the rear. It all goes well with the upgraded 15-inch Eagle Alloy wheels. Inside, you might think that you're looking at a complete custom setup, but AMC people know that this distinctive black & white combo was a factory option. And it looks like a knowledgeable AMC fan took the time to restore it correctly later in this coupe's lifetime. So you'll happily park this hardtop with all the windows down, that way people can get a good look at the inside. This even has great factory-correct details like the three-spoke rambler steering wheel and AM radio that's still cranking out tunes. But as authentic as this appears, you also know it was upgraded for performance. The B&M Quick Silver shifter, Sunpro auxiliary gauges, and the large AutoMeter tach mounted centrally on the dash lets you know this AMC is for the driver. This has a great presentation under the hood with the tidy exterior-matching orange walls giving way to a ton of polished components and a bright metallic blue block. So you'll proudly lift the hood wherever you go. The AMC 360 V8 is a powerful motor, and the header-fed dual exhaust lets the world know it. And because the AMC V8 stayed in production well after the Chrysler takeover, parts availability should be as easy as any other American car. That means there's nothing stopping you from enjoying this coupe to the fullest. There's even a three-speed automatic transmission for easy cruising. You're looking at a lot of classic car distinction for quite an affordable price. Don't let this Rambler Rogue slip away, call today!