The seventh generation AMC Ambassador (1969-1973) tossed the oddly spaced vertical headlight setup from the previous model for a conventional side-side quad lights up front. In typical AMC fashion, it looked like the typical American sedan design re-imagined by lunatics...but in a good way.
AMC buffs claim that the wide-mouth grill was inspired by Packard's classic grill shape, but I think it gives the car a sad Liam Neeson look...but in a good way.
Green, green, green. Sorta makes you wonder if the designers of a car with a green interior ever considered what it would look like after 45 years of sun fading. At least the fake wood looks "good."
Finally, a side of the Ambassador that I can get behind. Tail fins in 1970 = winning. See another car from the past future? email@example.com