1970 AMC Gremlin
The 1970 AMC Gremlin

1970 AMC Gremlin

The Gremlin in its introductory year was the first subcompact to be offered by American Motors was well received by the public and over 26,000 were sold. It was equipped with an economical 6 cylinder engine, either a 199 cu. in. or 232 cu. in., and a low price tag. Standard Gremlin interior came in black or white vinyl, with blue, green or red pleated bench seats (buckets optional). Design was based on the Hornet and the two cars were quite similar although the Gremlin had a shorter rear end causing the wheelbase to be a foot shorter and overall length a foot and a half shorter.

1970 AMC Gremlin Production

Model Number Body/Style Number Body Type & Seating Factory Price Shipping Weight Total Production
Gremlin Series
7046-0   2 dr Sedan $1,879 2,497 lbs -
7046-5   2 dr Sedan $1,959 2,557 lbs -

Chassis Data

Model Wheelbase Overall Length Width Height Tires
Gremlin 96 in 161.25 in 70.58 in 51.80 in 6.00 x 13

1970 AMC Gremlin Engines

Engine Bore X Stroke bhp Torque
L6, 199 cu. in. 3.75 x 3.00 128 182 @ 1600
L6, 232 cu. in 3.75 x 3.50 145 215 @ 1600

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