The AMC Rebel was produced from 1967 to 1970 in the USA, Canada, Australia, Belgium, Mexico, and New Zealand. The car was available in saloon, hardtop, station wagon and convertible versions.
The 114-inch (2896 mm) wheelbase load-bearing body was given a completely new design, in keeping with the trends of the late 1960s: protruding rear wings, wide chrome bumpers and twin headlamps in line with the radiator grille.
The first 1000 machines were painted in white, red and blue (colours of the American flag), so they were hunted down by AMC patriots. Later, Machine cars could be ordered in any colour, but only if the Rebel factory had the appropriate paint.
AMC Rebel specs:
- top speed – 204 km/h
- acceleration to 100 km/h – 6,9 s
- horsepower – 340 hp
- power density – 205 hp/t
- engine volume – 6392 cm³
- vehicle weight – 1657 kg
AMC Rebel engine:
The 6400 cc machine, which was fitted to all Machine models, was a larger version of the 5600 cc engine. While the 5600 had a cast-iron crankshaft and tappets, the 6400 had a forged steel crankshaft and larger bearings.
AMC Rebel 0 – 100:
Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h takes 6.9 seconds.
AMC Rebel top speed:
The top speed reaches 204 kilometres per hour.
AMC Rebel interior:
AMC Rebel price (AMC Rebel for sale):
The car is available from €50000.