The Rebel name reappeared in 1966 on a version of the Rambler Classic two-door hardtop.
This model featured bucket seats, special interior and exterior trim, as well as a revised roofline. The base price of this top-of-the-line model was US$2,523 with the standard 232 cu in (3.8 L) I6; however, more sports oriented options were available that included a manual four-speed floor-mounted transmission, dash mounted tachometer, as well as the 327 cu in (5.4 L) V8 producing 270 bhp (200 kW) for only an extra $65. This effort moved AMC once again toward the muscle car market segment; however the Rebel was criticized for its antiquated torque tube suspension system
Total production of the Rebel model was 7,512
This car was a great find. With the low production numbers for '66 and with the factory 232 Torque Commander 6, This is not a car that you will see that often. This car has tons of options and all of the looks. With its cool lines and stance, this car will turn heads anywhere you go. It will even make