The 1967 AMC Rogue Convertible
By James W. Bryant
This past week I was watching a re-run of the movie, “X-Men” on one of the cable channels and a character reminded me of a classic American Muscle Car all but forgotten by many; “The 1967 AMC Rogue Convertible.”
The Rogue automobile was based on the Rambler American and was available in ’67 as both a two-door hard top and a convertible. A new side molding decorated these cars that set uniquely at the belt line. Out of a total of 2,196 Rogues that were produced for this year, less than 290 were convertibles.
These cars came equipped with a standard in-line six, but by adding the optional 343-cid four- barrel, you were guaranteed plenty of muscle on cruise night.
One of the Super Powers of Marvel Comic’s character Rogue was that of exceptional memory. And it is my hope to use my Super Power not to let this one slip yours.
James W. Bryant – Aka / “TheRev”
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