qThis history examines AMC's cars from the company's formation in 1954 through 1987. Features include some 225 photographs; a listing of AMC/Rambler clubs, organizations and business entities, with contact details; tables of specifications and performance data; data on technical devices, trim packages and all model variations; an account of AMC/Rambler appearances in film, television and cartoonsq--An overall $8 million profit accrued in 1977, rising to $37 million in 1978, with a $58 million profit produced in the first half of1979. AMC was back ... Car production was now the sole preserve of Kenosha, and Kenosha got involved in multitasking by doing car and Jeep components. ... The change from Toyota was because Jeep was a more attractive product than the workhorse-only Toyota Land Cruiser.
|Title||:||The Cars of American Motors|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2011-12-23|