\n \n \n1985 AMC Eagle Wagon 4x4 Rarely seen AMC Four-wheel drive Eagle Wagon Only 67,116 original miles and the same owner for the past 28 years! Select Drive 4-wheel-drive with Shift-on-the-Fly" capability One of only 13,335 Eagle station wagons produced in 1985 4.2L straight six-cylinder engine with a Carter two-barrel carburetor Chrysler 998 Torque Command three-speed automatic transmission and 3.08 gearing Autumn Brown Metallic (code 4A) over Mocha Brown Metallic (code 4B) exterior Tan cloth interior (code 39R) Air-conditioning, power steering, power brakes, tilt steering column Rear window defroster, rear wiper/washer AM/FM radioInnovative yet on a budget, American Motors Company created the 4x4 Eagle in 1980, and it made a minor stir in the market as AMC blended a common sedan, coupe and station wagon with all-wheel drive, which had been confined to pickup trucks, vans and sport-utility vehicles.This clean and tidy 1985 AMC Eagle comes from the State of Iowa from the same owner for the past 28 years. It only has 67,116 actual miles and is sold on an actual mileage Iowa title.Made in American Motors Brampton, Ontario, Canada factory, this example is finished in Autumn Brown (code 4A) over Mocha Brown (code 4B) and the paint and trim are in overall very good order. The body is straight while the chrome bumpers fit tightly to the body. Note the rectangular, flip-up exterior door handles, which were unlike the handle-pushbutton combinations that some competitors offered during the 70s and still not the same as the other flip-up types used in the 70s and 80s. The engine bay is also very tidy while the rear cargo area looks great. The flip-up rear hatch has a defroster, wiper and washer.This wagon rolls on a mixture of Toyo Z and Vector radials, size 205/75R15 at every corner. Each tire is mounted to a factory alloy wheel. The wheels and tires are all in satisfactory shape.Under the hood is AMCs 4.2L inline six-cylinder engine with a Carter two-barrel carburetor. The motor is backed by Chrysler 998 Torque Command three-speed automatic transmission and 3.08:1 rear end. Driver convenience features include air-conditioning, power steering, power brakes and a tilt steering column.Alongside the Torque Command, is a 42-disc New Process Gear (NP119) transfer case. Both transferred power to the wheels with the most traction. The full-time four wheel drive system, dubbed Quadra-Trac, was co-developed by AMC/Jeep and Chrysler's New Process Gear. Power went through the rear driveshaft and was sent to a Morse Hy-Vo chain to the front of the car. Differential action was aided by a velocity-sensitive viscous coupling, which also limited slip. The silicone-based fluid in the coupling had high shear and heat resistance, keeping its viscosity through a wide temperature range (starting at 40F below zero and going over 400F).Inside, the cars tan cloth interior (code 39R) is in very good order. The front buckets are wide and look comfortable and have headrests that integrate into the seatbacks when not needed, while there is a bench seat in the rear. The corresponding tan carpet is in similar shape to the seats. The headliner is in good order. Meanwhile, the inner door panels and dashboard are in very good order but the air conditioning is inoperable. A floor-mounted T-shifter and a factory AM/FM radio complete the interior.The AMC Eagle was rooted in the 1978 AMC Concord, itself an upmarket version of the compact AMC Hornet, sold previously. Concord sold as a sedan, hatch, and wagon, with a four-cylinder, two straight sixes, and a 304 V-8. The car was an immediate hit (for AMC), with 121,293 cars sold in its first year, easily beating every other AMC car combined.Exterior styling was slightly revised as all models used the power bulge hood, seen previously on the 198183 Eagle Series 50 models. The grille header bar and hood ornament/trim strip were deleted in the process. Shift-on-the-Fly capability was added to the Select Drive four-wheel-drive system as standard equipment. A new key-fob-activated infrared remote keyless system with power locks was newly available as an option. Radios with digital tuning were also introduced.The 4x4 version of the Concord was given a completely new name - Eagle - and a three-inch lift, with minor sheet metal and trim changes, and standard 15-inch wheels (Concord used 14s). Buyers could choose between two or four door sedans, or a four door wagon. It used recirculating ball steering rather than the trendy rack and pinion and front disc brakes with rear drums.The standard powertrain was now the previously optional five-speed manual, with the wide-ratio three-speed automatic still available as a popular option. For 1985, manual-4x4 buyers could shift into and out of four-wheel drive at will, without stopping the car; the four cylinder was no longer sold with four wheel drive. The alternator went from 42 to 56 amps, and hoods swapped a scoop effect for their old hood ornaments along with four-speaker radios.Competition to this Eagle in 1985 included American Motors own Concord, Chevrolets Cavalier Wagon, Dodges Aries Wagon, Fords Escort Wagon, Hondas Civic Wagon, Mercurys Lynx Wagon, Nissans Sentra Wagon, Renaults Sportswagon, Plymouths Reliant Wagon, Pontiacs Sunbird Wagon and Toyotas Corolla Wagon.VIN: 2CCCK3858FB7098893This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 67,116 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, actual mileage Iowa title.GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!Note: Please see full terms and conditions listed below that pertain to the purchase of any said vehicle, thank you.\n\n\n\n\n

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