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Great-handling Boulevard Cruiser — I've had several of these over the past 30 years. Unlike many of the unibody offerings from the Big Three, these AMC's do not have any body flex. The chassis engineer was really good! I've added fat front and rear sway bars and upgraded tires & wheels (not shown).

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Great Coke-bottle styling.  When restored, these cars have one of the best shapes to come out of the 60's.

Cons: Unibody tends to be irreparable when rusted!

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