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1965 Renault Rambler : Classic Cars

Renault discontinued production of the Frégate in 1960 leaving a gap to be filled at the top of its range. Taking advantage of a cooperation agreement with US manufacturer AMC, Renault imported parts of the Rambler (a highly esteemed model in the USA) and assembled them at its Haren plant in Belgium. Launched in France in 1962, the Renault Rambler wasn't particularly successful. A number of upgrades – to the body, grille, engine and onboard equipment – failed to stimulate sales, and the Rambler bowed out in 1967. It was replaced by the Renault 16 TS, more suited to European tastes.

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Sources : 1965 Renault Rambler Photo | 1965 Renault Rambler Article


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