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RealRides of WNY - 1966 Rogue

While the 1966 Rambler Roguewas certainly no muscle car (standard engine was a 199cid inline six), it didadd a little glamour to the Rambler American lineup, and gave it a car to compete with the likes of Ford’s Falcon Futura and Chevy’s Corvair Monza. This was the third year for the American’s styling cycle, and it would soldier-on through the end of the line which culminated wi

RealRides of WNY - 1964 Corvair

Day 1 of Compacts Week…In the waning days of the Eisenhower administration, America’s Big Three manufacturers (GM, Ford, and Chrysler) all introduced compact-sized cars to combat the onslaught of foreign cars (which by the late 1950s had really caught on with the North American car-buying public), as well as that ofthe Rambler American & Studebaker Lark (a couple of compact home-g

RealRides of WNY - 1969 Rambler Rogue

This 1969 Rambler Roguewas the last car to wear the Rambler nameplate. Also for 1969 it was the first (and last) year that this model wouldn’t be called Rambler American, as the American moniker was dropped, and the three models offered were Rambler (basic model, offered as a 2-door sedan only), Rambler 440 (4-door sedan and station wagon), and Rambler Rogue (2-door hardtop). All of American