Over it's 4-year production life, less than 24,000 Rambler Rogues were built (compare this to the over 26,000 Camaro Z/28's built in the same period!). It's no wonder so few are around today! The purpose of the registry is to inventory the remaining Rogues and give the owners an opportunity to share with one another and show their cars to the world at large. If you have an interesting story about your car (like Marc and Nora Merkle's award-winning '66 Wagon), you might want to share it with other Rambler owners, or you might share some insight on maintaining/repairing your car. Or, you might give an update about Rambler events around the world, like the Forssa Pick-nick held annually in Finland, or an amazing find, like a right-hand drive Rogue in the UK.
Rambler Rogues and Americans have shown up in the fifteen countries whose flags grace the top of this page -- the USA, Canada, South Africa, England, Finland, Australia, Mexico, Peru, Norway, the Sultinate of Oman, New Zealand, Switzerland, Sweden, Belgium and Costa Rica (shown in the order the cars were registered). In addition, Argentina had it's own version of the Rogue, called the TORINO.
We've got two lists going now, the RAMBLER ROGUES and now the RAMBLER AMERICANS. There are a lot of nice cars listed and if you'd like to see them, just click on the thumbnail image there; an enlarged version will pop up.
If you are in the process of building, modifying, restoring, or working on your Rogue, shoot some pics and I'll post them. Or if you've already done the work and have pictures to share, scan and send them and I'll post them too. And if you need help restoring your Rogue or American, check the HELP PAGE, or, if you need parts, check out the PARTS EXCHANGE.
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