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GLCACC Car Show

Discussion in 'AMC, Eagle, Hudson, Nash, Willys' started by JTE, Aug 18, 2013.

  1. JTE

    JTE Well-Known Member

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    I spent a few hours today viewing classic AMC's at a show sponsored by the Great Lakes Classic AMC Club;

    http://www.greatlakesamc.org/index.html

    Starting with the designers, who still get together and render how current day AMC's might look.

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  2. JTE

    JTE Well-Known Member

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    Then I was drawn to the J's

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    IMO how shows should be viewed.

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    And the 4X4;s

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    1942 Willy's Americar,

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    Along side the AMX's

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  3. JTE

    JTE Well-Known Member

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    And there were many vehicles a life long Chrysler guy can't write accurate captions to,
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  4. JavelinAMX

    JavelinAMX Well-Known Member

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    Wow ...

    All AMC!

    I'm stoked!

    Maybe ChryFi would reconsider the PT Cruiser but this time patterned off that '42 Willys. I had a Slot Car with a Willys Coupe body. Very Cool.

    Loved both the Retro-Modern AMX as well as the Metropolitan in clay, too. All of these cars are favorites. The 1964 Rambler American rarely gets much love, but I thought they were very attractively styled.

    The blue J-Truck is lovely, too. We all think of Jeep as being a 7-slot grill; but those J-Trucks were 12-slots. I owe you a debt of thanks for posting these shots - Thank you :)
     
  5. dana44

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    Very nice, thanks for sharing some wonderful cars with the rest of us. Enjoy every one of them, even the Pacer!
     
  6. Voyager_Expresso

    Voyager_Expresso Unusually Geeky

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    Ha Ha, my reaction is thanks for the pix; I enjoyed all the cars, but especially the Pacers! :)
     

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