1984 AMC EAGLE LTD Wagon
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Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Features and Specifications
|Engine:||4.2L 258 cu. in.|
|Drive type:||Select Drive (2 or 4 wheel drive)|
1984 AMC EAGLE LIMITED1984 AMC EAGLE LIMITED EDITION With with Select drive (2 or 4-wheel drive); Currently has about 37,400 ACTUAL MILES. This car is VERY RARE due to the fact that it has a FACTORY 5-speed standard transmission, and the gauge package. All gauges in the gauge cluster work properly. The RPM gauge in the dash does not work. It had been replaced with an NOS gauge and only lasted about a year. I still have the old one and it is very flimsy. I would not recommend using another NOS gauge.
The clock, with a second hand, keeps perfect time. Car has power steering, power brakes, power windows, power door locks, air conditioning, cruise control (does not work), tilt wheel, leather interior, S.E.V. Marchal Fog Lamps w/covers (covers are weather cracked and chipped). In addition, I have the original front floor mats with the AMC logo.The paint on the car is original except the plastic around the wheel wells, under the doors and above the bumpers, were repainted. Paint does have some rock chips but still shines nicely (see photos). Motor was completely overhauled at 33,783 miles by BUILT RIGHT ENGINES of PARKVILLE, MO. A new clutch, and distributor were also installed. About 1500 miles previous to the overhaul, the brakes, calipers, rotors, shocks and steering stabilizer bar (a shock) were all replaced.
On August 23rd, 2017 I had a set of brand new Firestone whitewalls (65,000 mile tire) installed. Old tires had a lot of tread but were leaking air due to weather cracking. On April 5th, 2018, I had another new clutch, pressure plate and throw out bearing installed by a local Certified transmission shop. I could not get the car into gear without turning off the car. Certified told me that something had broken inside the clutch assembly. I asked them if they were sure, because the clutch had already been replaced less than 4000 miles ago. They assured me that was the problem. After I picked the car up, it did the same exact thing. They were very nice about the whole episode and even provided me with a loaner car free. Ultimately, they said it was the CLUTCH MASTER CYLINDER. Car seems fine now. I spent $1147.00 to get the car repaired. So now, it has another brand new clutch assembly which, in my opinion, it did not need.
I have a few extra parts that are included with the car.
I am enclosing copies of all the most recent repair work done on this car. However, I am selling the car AS IS, NO WARRANTIES.
This car gets a lot of attention. If I go to the grocery store or go to get gas, someone always stops me and wants to talk about the car. At stoplights, I get the "THUMBS UP" frequently. One guy even stuck his cell phone out the window and took some photos of the car. It is a really nice old & rare AMC.
From the information I have gathered, only 21,294 AMC Wagons were produced. I could not find any info as to how many were Limited Edition. It appears that only 4-speed manual transmissions were produced; and only in the 4 cylinder models. So, this car must have been a "SPECIAL ORDER" car, and thus VERY, VERY RARE. I can not prove that.
I have owned this car for 12 and a half years, and it has had excellent care. If you have questions, please contact me.