Also known as American Motors Corporation, AMC was founded by the merger of Nash-Kelvinator Corporation and Hudson Motor Car Company in 1954. This was the biggest corporate merger in U.S. history during the time, setting the groundwork for many to follow. AMC was bought by Chrysler in 1979.
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Emma North, 03/26/2021
A true ode to yester-years, I have had my father’s AMC since I began driving in 2001. The Wagoner was said to be a success in its time due to its luxurious leather interior and I can see why. I love the rustic charm of this vehicle and really wish they hadn’t stopped production. It is still in good condition thanks to my mechanic dad who kept it (and still keeps it) in great condition. Can’t imagine what I will do next when this beauty kicks the can. If anyone has a chance to own the AMC brand, I say go for it!
Joshua Horner, 03/02/2021
My AMC is eye candy for anyone who loves vintage cars. The best part is I own one of the 1,500+ models of this car and it is worth its weight in gold. It still runs smoothly and I have taken it to several car shows where it never fails to turn heads.
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