AMC Gremlin Levi Edition

In the early 1970s, American Motors took a classic and they added denim to it, making it even more of a classic. The result was the AMC Gremlin "Levi" Edition. An economy car upholstered with Levi jeans. The Gremlin Levi is now highly prized by collectors.



Posted By: Alex - Sun Dec 01, 2013
Category: 1970s, Cars





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About the only good thing you could say about the Gremlin is that American Motors tried.
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 12/01/13 at 08:37 PM
I remember those, there were a lot of them around. Ugly little car but with a V-8 it must fly.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 12/02/13 at 02:29 AM
Worst car ever
Posted by F.U.D. in Stockholm on 12/02/13 at 05:21 AM
The Gremlin was the Hornet with the back end chopped off, making for a cramped rear seat area in an otherwise acceptable car. And patty, most of those Hornet / Gremlins were economy cars so the six cylinder was standard.

As an aside, I had an argument with a friend when Chrysler purchased AMC about the death of the AMC brand. He insisted that the more successful models would go on for a few years. I told him that the only nameplate Chrysler was interested in was Jeep. I won twenty dollars over that one.
Posted by KDP in Madill, OK on 12/02/13 at 10:52 AM
Along with the Pinto, the Gremlin body was one of the most popular to adorn racetracks of the North East for the '70s and '80s.

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Does anyone remember the 4wd Gremlin aka the
Eagle
Posted by Billy in Thun on 12/03/13 at 08:07 AM
Classy. Very classy.
Posted by Richard Bos in the Netherlands on 12/03/13 at 08:37 AM
Yea, I had a cousin that had an Eagle so I went down to the showroom and test drove one of them. Not too shabby.
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 02/07/14 at 11:11 PM
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