1970 AMC Gremlin

1970 AMC Gremlin

GREMLIN — (SIX) — SERIES 40 — Introduced April 1, 1970, the AMC Gremlin was hailed as the first modern U.S.-built sub-compact car. This unique entry was basically a Hornet from the trailing edge of the door forward. The rear styling had a slanted, Kammback theme. It angled from a foot, or so, behind the rear wheel opening (at the bottom) to a point on the roof that was nearly plumb with the rear wheel centerline. Model identification came from a front fender cartoon badge and model name script on the sail panel (between two angular windsplit depressions). The rear was decorated with a circular medallion set into a rectangular depression panel that arched over it. Recessed, rectangular taillamps were seen. A hatch-style rear window was featured on a four-passenger version. The two available models were a two-passenger commuter and the four-passenger version with a fold-down rear seat. Standard features included fron ...

 

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