Saturday, May 11, 2013

1978 AMC Concord

The Concord replaced the Hornet in 1978 as the car with "the luxury Americans the size Americans need". Little was changed from the Hornet, but the benefit to this old design was that the quirks had been worked out, so reliability and build quality was surprisingly high. Available in all body styles, the Concord lost its distinctive single headlights after 1978. This Concord looks rather muscle car-esque with the custom rims, and, with the exception of the left taillight, is in pretty good condition.



  1. I really like this design. Looks nice in red, and I like the parking brake. Ha ha.

  2. I've always wondered why AMC decided to ditch the Hornet nameplate. Concord? What a blah name.


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