Who owned AMC?

Wanda Group
In May 2012, AMC Theatres was acquired by Chinese conglomerate Wanda Group, headquartered in Dalian, who paid $2.6 billion to acquire AMC’s 5,048 screens in 347 theaters in the U.S. and Canada. The deal was finalized on September 4, 2012. The acquisition made Wanda the world’s largest cinema chain.

What is a 1968 AMX worth?

**Figure based on a stock 1968 American Motors AMX valued at $16,500 with OH rates with $100/300K liability/UM/UIM limits. Actual costs vary depending on the coverage selected, vehicle condition, state and other factors.

When did the AMC Eagle Spirit come out?

The Spirit shared the Gremlin’s platform and was offered in two hatchback variations, each with two doors – marketed as sedan and liftback. Manufactured by AMC in Wisconsin and Ontario, as well as under license in Mexico, the Spirit was also marketed from 1981 to 1983 as the Eagle SX/4 with four-wheel drive .

What kind of transmission did AMC Spirit have in 1982?

Changes to the Spirit for 1982 were mostly mechanical. A new 5-speed manual transmission was offered as an option, thus the “Spirit GT became America’s first pony car available with a 5-speed gearbox.”. New low-drag front disc brakes were standard.

What’s the price of a 1979 AMC Spirit?

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When did the AMC Eagle 4×4 come out?

One year later, in 1979, AMC Eagle sales were much lower – 34,041. The honeymoon seemed over, partly because AMC itself introduced competing cars. For 1981, AMC launched the Eagle SX/4 and Kammback, 4×4 versions of the AMC Spirit (which itself was a revised AMC Gremlin with larger rear quarter windows).