American Motors (AMC) Cars For Sale

AMC Logo 1970-1987

AMC History: The founder of the American Motors Corporation (AMC), Thomas B. Jeffrey, built his first automobile in 1897 and converted the Sterlin Bicycle Factory in Wisconsin to make Ramblers in 1900. Two years later AMC became the second automobile company to mass produce over 1500 vehicles in the U.S. in a year; one year after Oldsmobile and one year before Ford.
When Jeffrey died in 1910 his son Charles took over and the 'Rambler' became the 'Jeffrey' in 1914. In 1916 Charles W. Nash purchased the company and renamed it the Nash Motors Company. And in 1954 Nash merged with Hudson and eventually Kelvinator to form AMC who introduced the Eagle line of vehicles in 1979. American Motors was purchased by Chrysler Corporation in 1987 and they changed brand name from the AMC Eagle to the Eagle Wagon.


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Photo Make Model Year City Zip State Price
1983 AMC Concord Wagon AMC Concord Wagon 1983 Council Bluffs 51501 Iowa $4,600 or Offer Jan 10, 2016
1965 chevy American Rambler chevy American Rambler 1965 Louisville 39339 Mississippi $7,000 Make an Offer Jan 1, 2016
1968 AMC AMX AMC AMX 1968 Thousand Oaks 91360 California $24,900 Make an Offer Dec 8, 2015
1970 AMC AMX AMC AMX 1970 Council Bluffs 51501 Nebraska $45,500 or Offer Nov 20, 2015

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