Do You Know?
The Gremlin is a subcompact introduced in 1970, and manufactured in a single, two-door body style until 1978 by American Motors Corporation (AMC). The sporty and desirable "X" package included "spear" striping (with a rear deck inset panel full-width decal the same color as the body side stripes), a body color grille surround, Goodyear Polyglas D70 x 14 blackwall tires mounted on 14" x 6" slotted wheels (raised white letter tires were optional), a space-saver spare tire, and custom interior trim including bucket seats. What year did the "X" package debut, and for the bonus, what was the first year for a V8 optioned Gremlin?
Gremlin's 'X' package hit the streets for the 1971 model year,
but the V8 was not introduced until 1972.
The AMC Rebel (known as the Rambler Rebel in 1967) is a midsized car produced by American Motors Corporation (AMC) from 1967 to 1970. It replaced the Rambler Classic. A high-performance, low-priced muscle car version was produced for the production year 1970 only, called "The Machine", that is most recognized in its flamboyant white, red, and blue trim. What was the standard engine for "The Machine" and how many were built in it's one year of production?
The Flatland Cruisers would like to thank everyone who helped make Show & Shine 2019 possible. There was 180+ proud vehicle owners who brought their fantastic rides out for everyone to enjoy! We hope you all had a great time, and we look forward to seeing you all at our 14th annual show and shine in 2020.