Lot 190- 1967 Rogue Rambler Convertible NO RESERVE


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1967 Rambler Rogue Convertible

The Rambler Rogue was introduced in 1966 as the top model of the Rambler American line. Initially, the Rogue only available as a 2-door hardtop. AMC added a convertible version of the Rogue in 1967. Of the over 50,000 Rambler Americans produced in 1967, only 921 were Rogue convertibles. This year AMC introduced many safety features that had been recently mandated by the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.  Safety was in everyone’s headlights this year and in marketing campaigns to build consumer confidence ACM coined the tagline “Quality built in, so the value stays in.”

  • VIN# A7KA77B129694
  • Miles: Shown 4
  • Engine: 232 cu.in. Inline 6 cyl. w/ 2 barrel carb. 155 HP
  • Transmission: 3 speed automatic column shift
  • Color: Yellow with White convertible top

The car was repainted at some point with the color changed from the original Yuma Tan Metallic to yellow. There are some bad paint spots and sand scratches visible and there is some dust in the paint in places. The car has some rust in the rocker panels and in the right rear quarter panel around the wheel opening. The floors and underneath of the car appear solid and were undercoated, possibly when new. The left quarter panel behind the wheel has been damaged at some point and the repair is evident.

 

The bumpers, hub caps and trim are in good condition.

The interior and dash pad has been reupholstered since it was new, and is in brown vinyl. It is in overall good condition. The dash and gauges are in good condition. Two lights have been added to the dash and it is not certain what they are for but they do come on when you turn the key on and go off after starting.  The power convertible top works top and rear window intact, but rear window clear plastic is foggy.  Top boot (cover when top down) comes with the car.

 

The engine starts and runs well with no known issues. A brand new fuel pump was recently installed.
The transmission seems to work and shift correctly. The engine has a block heater installed.

The parking brake seems to work as designed. The hydraulic brake system seems to operate correctly but recommend a full brake reconditioning since the car has not been driven for several years, but has been stored inside heated areas and mechanically maintained.

The car has received a recent oil change and a new battery.

All hubcaps present, and the tires have good tread and display well, but are from over 10 years old, so they should be replaced if the car is to be driven.

 

The car comes with a spare tire, jack, top boot, pristine copies of the original Operator’s Manual, Owners Protective Maintenance Book, American Motors 1967 Rambler Technical Service (factory) Manual, 1967 AM Rambler Accessories Book, and two sets of keys.

 

This rare Rogue Convertible could be driven and enjoyed as is, after getting the brakes checked and refreshed, and new tires.  This car two-owner car was originally sold in Canada and then moved with the original owner to Hawaii. It might be the only car to have been in Hawaii at the time with a block engine heater!