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YAK Car Pic of the Day

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This 1982 AMC Concord DL was one of the corporation’s last hopes for survival. It was based on the Hornet, which was introduced w-a-y back in 1970, but there wasn’t enough cash in AMC’s tills for an all-new car. So, a few styling updates, a load of formerly optional equipment made standard, and the Concord carried on from 1978 through 1983 before finally giving up the ghost. This white example, for sale on the side of a road in Pavillion, has only 58k miles according to the sign in the window.

Jim Corbran • YouAutoKnow jim@artvoice.com


  • MaxPlanck

    These weren’t bad machines; I had a buddy who bought one which had been a corporate fleet car and he got a lot of miles out of it before the salt rotted out the rockers.

  • jcnspots

    It looks remarkably solid- any other details on it?