1967 AMC Rambler American Review
Great For Summer Cruising — Fast for a Mid 60s Convertible, Red with white top, Heidi's first American car Rare RHD UK spec car. Classic muscle looks Parts were quite hard to obtain and quite expensive compared to GM/Ford parts, Great fun with the top down
Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)
Pros: Clasic Convertible motoring
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