Rust-Free 52K-Mile 1986 AMC Eagle Wagon 4WD

“American Motors, the world leader in 4-wheel drive technology, introduces another breakthrough. The American Eagle now has Select Drive . . . a spectacular new piece of engineering that lets you switch back and forth between full-time 4-wheel drive… more»

Ending Soon: 1986 AMC Eagle Wagon

UPDATE – The seller has added underside photos to the photo gallery. Do you need 4×4 levels of off-road and snow-fighting capabilities but don’t want to drive an unwieldy SUV or truck? Then an AMC Eagle Wagon might be… more»

Project 4×4: 1981 AMC Eagle Kammback

“So much practicality, so much affordability . . . all wrapped up in a smart appearing four-wheel drive package. Whether the new Eagle Kammback is your only automobile or a second family automobile, it’s a truly sporty subcompact.” So… more»

Pair of 1984 AMC Eagles

American Motors was always out to create new products on a shoestring budget (because they had to). A case in point is the AMC Eagle which was based on the compact Concord, borrowing 4-wheel-drive infrastructure from Jeep which became… more»

Cheap Survivor: 13k Mile 1991 Dodge Monaco

Here’s a car that I don’t remember, the 1990-92 Dodge Monaco. It’s a badge-engineered version of the AMC Eagle Premier. My failure to remember the automobile might be because the Eagle outsold the Monaco on a scale of 5… more»

66k-Mile 4WD: 1986 AMC Eagle Wagon

We take for granted today the fact that we can roll into almost any dealership in the nation and drive out with a vehicle with some form of four-wheel drive.  While that might not matter as much for folks… more»

Stored 24 Years: 1983 AMC Eagle SX/4 5-Speed

Eagle eye readers will know that we’ve seen many AMC Eagle 4×4 cars here over the years, but the majority of them were the station wagon version. This 1983 AMC Eagle SX/4 appears to be in really nice condition,… more»

Cheap Longroof: 1981 AMC Eagle 4×4 Wagon

The seller refers to this 1981 AMC Eagle Wagon as being in fair to good condition, and there is some interior work to do, but it looks pretty solid from what we can see in the photos. That being… more»

“Sporty” 4×4 Six Cylinder: 1981 AMC Eagle SX/4 Survivor

The gas crisis subdued many an automaker, and that goes doubly for American Motors. By the late 1970s, its thirsty Jeep brand was hanging on for dear life. Without time to maneuver into better financial condition, the company cobbled… more»

4X4 Wagon: 1984 AMC Eagle

You gotta give American Motors credit for trying. There were always cooking up something different than the competition. A case-in-point is the Eagle, the only 4-wheel-drive passenger car produced in the U.S. at the time. It was based on… more»

Cutting Loose a Rare Orphan: 1981 AMC Eagle Kammback

In the late 1970s, American Motors Corporation was clinging to life based on just a couple of brands. It had Jeep, of course, and the Hornet (Spirit, Concord) platform. But the oil crisis nearly killed Jeep. Gerald Meyers, then-CEO,… more»

Rare 4×4: 1981 AMC Eagle Kammback 4-Speed

With just over six thousand of them having been produced over a two-year period, AMC’s unusual Eagle Kammback is the rarest of their Eagle 4×4 models. Yes, they were based on the former Gremlin body, your eyes aren’t deceiving… more»

4WD Survivor: 1981 AMC Eagle SX4

American Motors was constantly trying to be different to stay relevant. They would conjure up cars that the competitors hadn’t yet figured out, like the Eagle. Based on the Hornet/Concord, the Eagle was a compact four-wheel-drive passenger car built… more»

Early “Crossover”: 1984 AMC Eagle

American Motors rolled the dice (once again) in the 1980s and came up with the Eagle, a 4X4 family car that would be considered a “crossover” 30 years later. The Eagle combined the comfort of an automobile with the… more»

4X4 Survivor: 1987 AMC Eagle

Always operating in the shadows of the Big 3 U.S. automakers, American Motors was willing to try things new and different. Case-in-point is the AMC Eagle, which was a four-wheel-drive vehicle built by the company from 1980 to 88… more»

No Reserve AWD: AMC Eagle SX/4 DL

Today, it is common to find manufacturers rolling passenger cars off their production lines with All-Wheel-Drive capabilities. Companies like Subaru and Mitsubishi have made such drivetrains legendary with their respective WRX and Evo models. However, vehicles like the Toyota… more»

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