1969 AMC Rambler Rebel SST Wagon
While Rambler traces its genealogy back to a bicycle made during the latter quarter of the 19th century, Rebel was a fresh, brand-new plate from a firm striving to cope off a trio of discouraging enemies. It was shortly after Nash Kelvinator and Hudson joined forces against the postwar industrial might of General Motors, Chrysler and Ford in 1954, the freshly minted interest popped out the Rambler Rebel.
After a four-version-year run, AMC retired the Rebel emblem after 1960, only to consequence it from its slumber in the prudent days of the advanced 1960s and goose it with a performance-oriented SST trim level. The 1966 Rambler Rebel was a transitional version, an unenthusiastic policeman of the muscle vehicle model moved out by John Z. DeLorean two years before with the GTO.