1967 Rambler Rebel SST





Surname: Potomac Ascent

Class: Convertible

Origin: US USA

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US Generalrusty78

2018-11-11 05:45
Desscythe17 wrote

Not really

I mean tail light and thunk.


VC Desscythe17

2017-12-09 20:54
generalrusty78 wrote
The rear of it kinda looks like a 1978 Oldsmobile Cutlass

Not really


US generalrusty78

2017-12-09 19:04
The rear of it kinda looks like a 1978 Oldsmobile Cutlass Related image
NZ philipg193

2017-04-14 03:27
it has a little of the 1965 Ford Galaxie XL convertible in there
CA 440 mopar

2016-12-28 01:03
I think it's supposed to be based on 68-69 Plymouth Satellite/Belvedere. The side profile looks right, and it has a 68-70 Mopar B body dash in the game. The grille is kinda like a full size '66 Dodge, but the tail lights are just made up. They look like early 80's cutlass sedan if anything lol
US patridam

2016-10-17 07:49
Razor440 wrote

Didn't say it looked like one (recently), just said it was big like one.

The grill is much closer to a Polara. And it's a hell of a lot more slab sided than a Coronet so it makes to sense to list it as
a Polara rather than a Coronet.


It's not either of them. It's a 1967 Rambler (not AMC until 1968) Rebel SST: i1.wp.com/www.curbsideclassic.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/Rambler-Rebel-03.jpg

This car's front is flatter, but nearly everything else is spot on. The greenhouse (on both coupe and convertible), the line below the beltline, the slight coke bottle shape, etc. The taillights/rear are very similar as well, just with the Rebel's horizontal slots made vertical (still two on either side though).

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KP Razor440

2016-10-16 08:12
patridam wrote
This looks absolutely NOTHING like a 68' Polara. www.440magnum.com/mopars/2003/january/images/1970dodpolara500a.jpg

I'll agree, it is pretty big and is the size of a full size car rather than an intermediate. But it is much curvier than the Polara, which is is all flat planes and straight edges. It is a Coronet or a Rebel inflated by 20%, not a Polara.

Anyway, worth noting that, full size or not, this is a performance/muscle car in the context of the game - it has a 4 speed manual instead of the 3 speeds in most of the other cars, and it gets to 60 in under 7 seconds.


Didn't say it looked like one (recently), just said it was big like one.

The grill is much closer to a Polara. And it's a hell of a lot more slab sided than a Coronet so it makes to sense to list it as
a Polara rather than a Coronet.
US patridam

2016-10-16 03:45
This looks absolutely NOTHING like a 68' Polara. www.440magnum.com/mopars/2003/january/images/1970dodpolara500a.jpg

I'll agree, it is pretty big and is the size of a full size car rather than an intermediate. But it is much curvier than the Polara, which is is all flat planes and straight edges. It is a Coronet or a Rebel inflated by 20%, not a Polara.

Anyway, worth noting that, full size or not, this is a performance/muscle car in the context of the game - it has a 4 speed manual instead of the 3 speeds in most of the other cars, and it gets to 60 in under 7 seconds.
UK Hachirokufan86

2016-10-16 03:00
During my time with game,i found one of these with body mods(chin spoiler,hood scoop but no blower,sidepipes and go fast wing) But it was the only time i found one on the street.Does anyone where they spawn? So far my favorite car in game...


KP Razor440

2016-10-11 17:20
I want to say this is a 1968 Dodge Polara. This looks like it's on a bigger platform than a Coronet.
US patridam

2016-09-10 18:49
Potomac Ascent, same as this: www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=75060 and this: www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=90357#
DZ EB

2016-09-09 18:55
In-Game car name: Potomac Ascent


VC Desscythe17

2016-05-07 10:54
rbodyfan wrote
1970 Ford XL Convertible

Looks nothing like it www.webcarstory.com/voiture.php?id=19694
US rbodyfan

2016-05-07 10:13
1970 Ford XL Convertible


Maxine

2016-05-02 17:36
I somehow doubt itll be a seprate car, seeing as the datsun comes with roof rack of crap, I think this is probly just the same car in a diffrent variant, So another duplicate?


KP Razor440

2016-04-20 20:54
Even though that front end is from a 1969 Coronet, this cannot be a Coronet. This looks too much like a slab sided luxury car with that body. I'd have to say it's a '67 Chrysler 300 convertible.

www.chrysler300site.com/images/67hardtop3.jpg

i.imgur.com/Leup2Jf.png

By the way, here's the Coronet for comparison. The Coronet was basically the same thing as a Charger, "Coke-bottle body" and all that with a few different details.

i.imgur.com/XHzoiAr.png

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US patridam

2015-12-21 05:40
Convertible version of www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=75060.

1967 Rambler Rebel SST.


CZ tom99

2015-12-19 11:22
same as
www.igcd.net/vehicle.php?id=75060


PH mrmundy555

2015-09-10 12:20
Rear is based on the 1968 Mustang only with 2 taillights instead.


PH mrmundy555

2015-09-10 12:19
Front barely looks like a 1966 Chevrolet Full Size.
US patridam

2015-08-10 16:48
The rear picture is here, I still say 1967 AMC Rambler Rebel, and to get a convertible it'd have to be SST trim.


CZ JFK

2015-08-06 18:50
Okay, again, I didnt see the video yet, so I am commenting what I can see. If someone will upload the rear pic, I could see it, but I am too busy now to look at videos.
US patridam

2015-08-06 17:59
This car is too small to be a (full size) Sport Fury. Plus, the rear looks nothing like a fury and more like a rebel with the horizontal slats changed out for vertical ones.


CZ JFK

2015-08-06 10:45
69 Plymouth Sport Fury is also close. Fury is quite similar to Rebel, but have straight front end, and Rebel have extended front bumpers, if you know what I mean. I might lean more to Fury than Rebel, since this car has straight front end too.
US patridam

2015-08-05 18:58
1967 Rambler Rebel SST Convertible: www.curbsideclassic.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/DSCF5240.jpg
CA Rockeroller

2015-08-05 18:30
Looks like a late 60's ford convert.
US carcrasher88

2015-08-05 18:17
I'm thinking 1968 Dodge Coronet. It even has the fender mounted marker light, which the Newport doesn't have.


Xenotime

2015-08-05 18:07
1967 Chrysler Newport Convertible

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