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1971 AMC Gremlin

  • 1971
  • Gas
  • Manual
  • White w/Red Stripes
  • Mileage 49,583
  • 6 Cylinder
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Looking to own a unique piece of automotive history? How about an absolute mint condition fully restored 1971 AMC Gremlin? Right now at Happy Days Dream Cars is this stunning one-owner ’71 Gremlin with the peppy 232 C.I.D. 6 Cylinder engine rated at 135 horsepower! This car had less than 50k miles before undergoing a complete nut and bolt top to bottom rotisserie restoration and is turn-key ready to show or just scoot around town in! AMC produced Gremlins from 1970-1978. While Ford and Chevrolet were busy designing the Pinto and Vega, AMC rolled out the Gremlin! With its long beak, and swept up Kammback-type rear tail it marched out front to a beat all its own. Sporting a responsive 6 cylinder engine, 3 speed Borg Warner manual transmission, and 2.37:1 rear axle gears provides fast and easy handling. The car offers a unique driving experience you won’t find in anything but a Gremlin! Inside the cockpit, one will find a split front bench seat, fold down rear seats that provide a large storage space, and the rear window flips up for easy access. Instrument panel gauges include the bare essentials-fuel, temp, and a 120mph speedometer. For the smokers, there is a lighter and if music is your thing, checkout the nifty AM radio! On the outside, flawless white paint w/red stripe, the stainless trim and chrome bumpers are immaculate, the glass is perfect and the undercarriage is as nice as the rest of the car. In summary, everything about this car screams 1971 from the roof rack to the plain Jane dog dish factory hubcaps! It is a must for any collection or to just drive and have fun with!

NOTE: This car is currently NOT offered for sale but will be featured for auction at the Mecum Car Auction in Kansas City, Saturday, December 8, 2012.