Monday, January 13, 2020

Strange Survivor: 1973 AMC Hornet

The asking price might be a smidgen high for this next car..but then how often do you find surviving cars from the early 70s with a stock single barrel carb.  Most of those cars have long since been crushed and the 4bbl equipped versions are placed on pedestals and at the top of the next Barrett-Jackson auto auction. But this thing is the nicest example of a basic AMC Hornet that you'll find...still not sure if it is worth the asking price. Find this 1973 AMC Hornet offered for $9800 in Lake Elsinore, CA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!


From the seller:

1973 AMC Hornet
VIN: A3A057A291061
condition: good
cylinders: 6 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 36000
paint color: brown
size: mid-size
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: sedan
TIME CAPSULE AND SURVIVOR IS HOW I WOULD DESCRIBE MY CAR. 1973 AMC Hornet with 36,000 original miles!

*Looks and drives great
*258 CID, 6 cylinder, 1-barrel carb (recently rebuilt)
*power steering, A/C, tilt steering wheel
*exterior color is Fawn Beige/ snow white top
*new tires and good brakes
*everything in good working order
*Have the original window sticker
*Clean title in hand (no smog needed)
*All keys and door locks work

If my ad is up the car is available so there is no need to text and ask if the car is available I will not respond.



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3 comments:

  1. Dang, that is a horrid color scheme... while at the same time, I can't stop looking, LOL. This truly shows how far we've come in the car world.

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