1984 AMC Eagle ready to tackle off-road adventure – Tyson Hughie @ClassicCars.com

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Innovation in automotive engineering has brought us some interesting creations over the years.  One car company broke ground in the 1980s with a unique family sedan (and wagon) equipped with a 4×4 drivetrain to deliver passenger-car comfort, better fuel economy than trucks or sport utility vehicles, and all-weather capability.

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It’s been more than 30 years since AMC – which stood for American Motors Corporation – went defunct in 1988.  What started as a merger of Nash-Kelvinator and the Hudson Motor Company in 1954 evolved through a series of organizational changes and had a diverse product lineup with some unusual entries over the course of its lifetime.

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