I know of a 1970 AMC Rebel SST for sale. It is all original with something like 84,000 original miles on it. It is a 2-door with a 340. If anyone is interested please e-mail me at email@example.com. It is in CA. and it runs. It needs minor body work. It has had one owner, well I guess 2 now.
Hi, if any of you are ever looking to buy a American Motors Rebel, please note there are dozens of them for sale on my website, FREE, under the AMC Classifieds, but more so under the AMC Cars For Sale file. Both are free services I have provided to the AMC hobby for a long time!
Being a big fan of the Rebel, I have a convertible Rebel 'Machine' many of ya'll have seen thru the years. It is one of my top three favorite cars out of 302 AMC vehicles I have personally owned so far; 14 currently. There was only 823 of them made, and mine is the documented heaviest optioned one produced in 1968, the last year AMC sadly would make a convertible. Did you know that there were more options available for the Rebel than for the top of the AMC line Ambassador, including DPL and SST editions?
The Rebel Series, especially from 1967-70 was a wonderful intermediate from AMC. If you ever have a chance to own one, you will understand!
Eddie Stakes' Planet Houston AMX www.planethoustonamx.com.
There is a 1970 amc rebel the machine on ebay!!!
I have a 1970 AMC Rebel SST 304 4 door hardtop with 75000 miles. Everything is there. All original with minor rust over the rear wheel wells. I have a lot of interest in this car, but no time to work with it. I do not find many sites concerning this car. Any info sent to firstname.lastname@example.org would be greatly appreciated.
I'm on my second 1967 AMC Rebel SST Convertible.
Fantastic lines, gorgeous curves, aggressive stance (with the appropriate tires and wheels.)
All in all, the sweetest late 60's American muscle you never heard of.
I just acquired a 1970 Rebel SST with 7000 miles on it. The only thing wrong with it is the carb has a small leak. and it's 4 door, original paint and tires, spare interior motor, everything is perfect. I don't know what I have. I bought to tub the rearend, change the 307 to 396 roller and a ford 9 inch rear end.. So my question is, would I be making a big mistake or not?
Seems simple enough.
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