It's a truck! It's a wagon! It's sort of the worst of both, but somehow the AMC Eagle is strangely appealing.
The pun may be the lowest form of comedy, but it's an appropriate medium for mocking increasingly hackneyed car names. Can you get what they are before clicking on the picture for an answer?
Grandmas always make the best cookies and give the best hugs. And as Nice Price or Crack Pipe has discovered, they also have the best AMC Eagles.
AMC may be long gone, and Fiat owns the Jeep brand nowadays, but classic AMC ads will never die!
Seniors at Colorado's Fruita Monument High School pulled off a Jalop-worthy prank when they chopped a section out of a junk AMC Eagle, slid it around the flag pole and welded the car back together.
Despite our apprehension at the idea of that rust free 1982 AMC Eagle from Craigslist yesterday, it appears to be real. We're still not sayin' it's cancer free because we aren't seeing rocker panel closeups but still, this thing looks like it was put in a garage in 1992 and forgotten about... wait, that's exactly what…
Like the Minotaur or the Griffin, the idea of a rust free AMC Eagle is one of legend, impossibility, sillyness even. Though these tanks posing as cars were the forerunners to todays crossover, and sported big AMC I6's, all-wheel-drive, and seriously crazy ride characteristics, they were not known for their corrosion…