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Our 1980-1988 AMC Eagles 1983 Model
« on: October 11, 2004, 12:57:32 AM »
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  This would be the last year for any 2 door version of the Eagle and the last year AMC built any 2 wheel drive cars of their own design.  Beginning in 1984 remaining Eagle models would be built in Brampton, Ont.  The Kenosha plant would be used for their Renault models.

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1983 AMC Eagle 4 Door Sedan; a total of 3,093 were produced..

1983 AMC Eagle Standard Features:
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1983 AMC Eagle Technical Data:
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1983 AMC Eagle SX/4.  As two doors were phased out only 2,259 were produced.  Even though the SX/4 was only available for three years it was the second most popular Eagle model.  Early AMC advertising materials for the 1984 model year still listed the SX/4 as being available; however with the Eagle production being moved to Brampton, Ont., this never came about.

Although AMC did not typically offer 1/2 year models they did start using the newly designed AMC  2.5 engine (2.46L, 150 CI) in only the SX/4 and it was introduced as a 1983 1/2 model.  This was AMC's first in house 4 cylinder engine based somewhat on the 258 it in turn would provide the technology for the 4.0 I-6 used at least thru 2005 by Jeep.  Interestingly enough it only had a 1 bbl carburater.

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1983 AMC Eagle Wagon, was selected the official vehicle for the National Ski Patrol.

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1983 AMC Eagle Wagon with towing option.
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1983 AMC Eagle Wagon. (Owner member: EagleFreak).  Wagon sales dipped to 12,378 during this model year.

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1983 American Specifications and Warranties.

1983 AMC Eagle Accessories and Colors.
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1983 AMC Interiors.
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1983 AMC Interiors.


1983 AMC Eagle Vehicle Build Order sheet. (Owner membre Eaglepo)

1983 Production totals:  17,730
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