Car: American Motors Corporation (AMC) Rambler Rogue Convertible
What makes it special: It's the last year for the convertible version in the Rambler series.
What made it famous: For 1967 only, AMC's new 10.2:1 high-compression, high octane, 280 hp 343 cu in V8 equipped with a 4-barrel carburetor was optional in the Rogue model.
Why I would want one: An AMC Rambler wasn't considered a "street beast" by any means until that year, when a 343 cu in V8 was stuffed between the sub frame rails. "Clark Kent" looks with "Superman power" equals a lot of street light fun.
Fun Fact: Only 58 Factory installations of this engine were in AMC Rogues, and just 7 of them were convertibles.
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