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 AMC Concord


(1977-1983)




The AMC  Concord was produced from 1977 to 1983
6 engines from 1.9 to 4.9 liter and power from 80hp to 130hp, are on Histomobile.


AMC Concord 

The AMC Concord was a compact automobile made by American Motors Corporation (AMC) starting in the 1978 model year and continuing to 1983.

The AMC Concord replaced the very similar AMC Hornet. In fact, the Concord was a more luxurious, restyled Hornet. The Concord was offered in four door sedan, two-door coupe, two-door hatchback (to 1979) and five door station wagon form.
The 1978 models had a eggcrate grille with square headlights, while 1979 and later vehicles have the more conventional front end. Therefore, the 1978 models are sometimes considered more collectible.
One of the most desirable Concord models was the Limited, which was appointed with leather upholstery, thick carpeting, woodgrain interior trim, full courtesy lighting, luxury wheel covers and a vinyl roof, among other luxury touches. By 1980, AMC began offering luxury options such as power windows, power seat (for both the driver and passenger) and power remote-controlled mirrors; air conditioning, power steering, power brakes, stereo radios and automatic transmission had always been extra-cost options. In a way, a fully-optioned AMC Concord Limited was a low-cost alternative to the BMW 3-series (and, in 1982 and 1983, the Cadillac Cimarron).
The four-wheel drive AMC Eagle was based on the Concord body style, and nearly all exterior parts crossovered from an Eagle to a Concord. When AMC started losing money in the 1980s, the Concord was shelved in favor of the better-selling Eagle, which continued until early 1988.
Lately, DaimlerChrysler has resumed production of the Concord, as the Chrysler Concorde. Its name appears to be the only thing in common with the AMC Concord of yesteryear.


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