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'69 AMC Rebel?

Discussion in 'AMC, Eagle, Hudson, Nash, Willys' started by Donnie 3.0, Nov 19, 2012.

  1. Donnie 3.0

    Donnie 3.0 Well-Known Member

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  2. TurboPacifica

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    Wow cool idea. takes a little getting use to but I like it
     
  3. chuzz

    chuzz Well-Known Member

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    Sure looks like a Daytona front end and a Superbird wing on it, doesn't it?
     
  4. george w

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    This is actually a 1969 Ambassador 2 door hardtop that was modified by adapting a widened Daytona front nose. The rear wing as hand fabricated. The Ambassadors have a longer wheelbase than the Rebels of the same years, all of the increase ahead of the windsheild with an extended front clip. The car is owned by Rod Snyder in Eastern Pennsylvania. Rod did the modifcations himself.
    The car's theme is his interpretation of a cross between a Superbird and a Rebel Machine. It's totally stock Ambassador otherwise.
     

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