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It would take some rather ostentatious displays of plumage to make this 1979 AMC Concord for sale on Hemmings.com any more typical of the 1970s. On the one hand, there’s the Magnum 500 wheels and the 304-cu.in. V-8, while on the other hand, there’s the brown slathered all over it, inside and out. We’d like to know how a Concord like this remained in such pristine condition all these years. From the seller’s description:
1979 American Motors Concord “X” 2 door hatchback with the optional, ultra “unseen” targa roof band. 31,669 actual miles! In the collector car hobby we have all seen the word “rare” used extensively. Often times the vehicle being described isn’t rare or anywhere near it. This car you are viewing is rare, not only threatened or endangered but virtually extinct. You’re likely to never see one. AMC regional as well as national presidents, directors or enthusiasts can attest to the scarcity of this AMC. The car is tight; the car is sound and is a pleasure to drive. This car is equipped as follows: 304 cubic inch v-8, (the biggest engine AMC offered in the concord for 1979). Dual exhaust, done as professionally as it gets. Power steering, am/fm radio, rear defroster, and factory air-conditioning that will blow you right out of the car, brand new Pirelli radials over mint magnum 500 wheels, reclining front buckets seats, (very, very comfortable), with integrated headrests and optional super rare window vent shields. The car runs, performs and responds nothing short of spectacular, period. The automatic transmission offers precise, “dead-on” shifting. You’d be surprised how quick the car is, very impressive.
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