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1982, although still in the early in the AMC Eagle era, signalled the decline of the AMC Eagle and that of AMC as a whole.  Sales-wise a few hundred more Eagles were sold this year than in 1981.  This was the last year the Kammback and the two door sedan, as sales for both cars were dismal.  French auto maker Renault, who by now was gaining control of AMC, began utilizing more and more AMC resources for the distribution and manufacture of Renault based vehicles in the U.S. and there was not a great deal of marketing being done to sell the Eagles.  Renault's heavy hand had begun to take AMC down to a bitter end. The only significant change this year was that the Select Shift 4WD system came standard, having been an option in 1981 -- and not on all models.
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1982, although still in the early in the AMC Eagle era, signalled the decline of the AMC Eagle and that of AMC as a whole.  Sales-wise a few hundred more Eagles were sold this year than in 1981 (30,923).  This was the last year the Kammback and the two door sedan, as sales for both cars were dismal.  French auto maker Renault, who by now was gaining control of AMC, began utilizing more and more AMC resources for the distribution and manufacture of Renault based vehicles in the U.S. and there was not a great deal of marketing being done to sell the Eagles.  Renault's heavy hand had begun to take AMC down to a bitter end. The only significant change this year was that the Select Shift 4WD system came standard, having been an option in 1981 -- and not on all models.  Also available for the first time was a 5-speed manual transmission.
  
  
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[[Image:82kammback.jpg]]
 
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<span style="color:blue"> '''Two Door Sedan'''
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<span style="color:black">'''1982 Production 1,968 -- final production year.'''
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[[Image:82twodoor.jpg]]
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<span style="color:blue"> '''Four Door Sedan'''
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<span style="color:black">'''1982 Production 4,091'''
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[[Image:82fourdoor.jpg]]
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<span style="color:blue"> '''SX/4'''
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<span style="color:black">'''1982 Production 10,445'''
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[[Image:82sx4.jpg]]
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<span style="color:blue"> '''Wagon'''
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<span style="color:black">'''1982 Production 20,899'''
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[[Image:82wagon.jpg]]

Revision as of 18:12, 26 November 2005

1982, although still in the early in the AMC Eagle era, signalled the decline of the AMC Eagle and that of AMC as a whole. Sales-wise a few hundred more Eagles were sold this year than in 1981 (30,923). This was the last year the Kammback and the two door sedan, as sales for both cars were dismal. French auto maker Renault, who by now was gaining control of AMC, began utilizing more and more AMC resources for the distribution and manufacture of Renault based vehicles in the U.S. and there was not a great deal of marketing being done to sell the Eagles. Renault's heavy hand had begun to take AMC down to a bitter end. The only significant change this year was that the Select Shift 4WD system came standard, having been an option in 1981 -- and not on all models. Also available for the first time was a 5-speed manual transmission.


The line up for 1982.


Kammback

1982 Production 520 -- final production year.

82kammback.jpg


Two Door Sedan

1982 Production 1,968 -- final production year.

82twodoor.jpg


Four Door Sedan

1982 Production 4,091

82fourdoor.jpg


SX/4

1982 Production 10,445

82sx4.jpg


Wagon

1982 Production 20,899

82wagon.jpg