1978 AMC Concord D/L.

August 19, 2013

8 comments

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Oh. That is just wonderful. What a unique and complexified design that is. Can't think of when I've seen one. Truly, ha-Mazing, truly. That funny little triangular window in the rear, what is that about? This car is just waiting to be discovered be a cutting edge, state-of-the-art, graphic designer or art director.

Too, too cool.

Anonymous said...

This car looks like it was assembled from spare parts of other cars...front end of a Chevette, side profile (sort of) of a Monte Carlo...taillights from a semi-truck.

I'd like to see a study of how "aero" the AeroShield really is...

Justin said...

I like those 80's Cragar wheels on it.

sexyhammer said...

those proportions...

Jakob hartel - schwarz said...

on the d.l.

CarOli said...

I always found it odd that AMC only kept this nose and taillights for only one year, then changed them again for '79 and kept the same look for the next 10 model years!

Anonymous said...

Very nice car, I don't know why some of you people are not liking it. Go f*** ur self. Hahahahahahha

Jim said...

The Concord (along with the 4WD Eagle) are great examples of what happens to a car company when they run out of money for engineering and design. AMC took the early-70s Hornet, and kept slightly modifying it over the years because they couldn't afford to create an all-new car. That is why the Concord looks like a patch-on-a-patch.