1977 AMC Hornet Metallic Copper

1977 AMC Hornet Metallic Copper

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This 1977 AMC Hornet is powered by a Ford inline-six engine backed by an automatic transmission. Features include bucket seats, full hub caps, and manual windows. Finished in metallic copper and equipped with a white vinyl roof over a saddle vinyl and multicolor plaid cloth interior, this AMC sedan is available now and comes with a vehicle inspection receipt and a clear Georgia title in the seller's name.
The exterior is finished in the reportedly original metallic copper paint. Features include chrome bumpers, a driver-side mirror, wheel opening moldings, a white vinyl top, and tan side moldings. The seller states that the cowl needs to be replaced and a small rust spot is present near the back windshield.
A set of steel wheels with full hub caps is wrapped in whitewall radial tires.
The front bucket seats and the rear seat are upholstered in saddle vinyl with black, white, and olive plaid cloth inserts. Features include tan carpeting, tan rubber floor mats, tan vinyl door panels with manual windows, and a column-mounted automatic transmission. The seller states that the interior wiring needs to be repaired, a radio is not present, the dash lights and aftermarket gauges do not work, and the heater core is not installed.
A 100-mph speedometer and gauges for the fuel level and coolant temperature are located ahead of the driver. A non-functional set of aftermarket gauges is located under the dashboard. The odometer reads 41,321 miles, but the true mileage on this vehicle is unknown.
Power is provided by a Ford inline-six engine and backed by an automatic transmission.
This Hornet was factory-equipped with an independent front suspension and a solid rear drive axle.


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