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1976 AMC Gremlin: Regular Car Reviews

Published on Feb 4, 2019 240,311 views

The Gremlin was the beginning of the end for American Motor Company, the once-4th American car manufacturer. They were the Amiga of Car-Makers.

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  • ビムカナン EX
    ビムカナン EX 2 месяца назад This car is so 70’s I can smell the cigarette smoke and cheap cologne from here. This thing screams wood panels and Atari 2600.
  • Cardboard Silver
    Cardboard Silver 2 месяца назад And Disco, bell bottom jeans, and hairy chest men with open shirts and gold chains.
  • NO_EYES_ON_ME
    NO_EYES_ON_ME 2 месяца назад And now every manufacturer is making a Gremlin type SUV or CUV.
  • Mike Northrup
    Mike Northrup 2 месяца назад Hai Karate Intensifies
  • Iubaru Smpreza
    Iubaru Smpreza 2 месяца назад cough 2019 Mazda 3 cough
  • Ravensclawed
    Ravensclawed 2 месяца назад Surprised it doesn't have pubic hair
  • Chromer Pimpson
    Chromer Pimpson 2 месяца назад Meh, needs more cowbell.
  • Trash Rabbit, Duke of Bad Habits, Shellac Addict
    Trash Rabbit, Duke of Bad Habits, Shellac Addict 2 месяца назад When momma's hamburgers were just glorified MEATBALLS.
  • Alastair Ward
    Alastair Ward 2 месяца назад @Iubaru Smpreza they both have strange rear ends.
  • Aryu Singhal
    Aryu Singhal 2 месяца назад @Cardboard Silver No, that was just 1977 and up
  • Maxwelhse
    Maxwelhse 2 месяца назад Those aren't cigarettes you're smelling...
  • americasevilgenius
    americasevilgenius 2 месяца назад Or better yet, the Atari 2600 with the wood panels on the front!
  • Mike Northrup
    Mike Northrup 2 месяца назад Which is fuzzier.....the interior of a 70s car or the exterior of a 70s muff?
  • Vintage Carrera Reviews
    Vintage Carrera Reviews 2 месяца назад Catholic raised children sneaking out to 'the point' to commit sodomy with cocaine and oral sex, "cmon Mallory its only for a minute'
  • norton750commando
    norton750commando 2 месяца назад @Mike Northrup or Aqua Velva or Brut!
  • A B
    A B 2 месяца назад ビムカナン EX ... and shag carpets, leaded gas, and dirt cheap Manhattan rent for starving artists.
  • A B
    A B 2 месяца назад Miller Hailiffe And renting porn Beta-max.
  • Adam Ziolkowski
    Adam Ziolkowski 2 месяца назад Well, at least people knew how to live!
  • Jeff Martan
    Jeff Martan 1 месяц назад and Nixion
  • cruze chevy
    cruze chevy 3 недели назад @americasevilgenius I was thinking the samething👍👍
  • MrCalverino
    MrCalverino 6 дней назад HELL YEA 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 STRONG ASS COLOGNE
  • endmegod
    endmegod 2 месяца назад "In the 1970s, amc was hip, specifically 1970 through 1979" Yes...thats...the 1970s
  • Stephen Kane
    Stephen Kane 4 дня назад Pure
  • Milsurp Mike Channel
    Milsurp Mike Channel 2 месяца назад Always appreciate when someone keeps a car in pretty much all original shape.
  • M W S
    M W S 2 месяца назад (изменено) 1976 was a great year! Our space program was rocketing away, the United States had its bicentennial, disco was in its death throes, and that's the year I was born. And the AMC Gremlin was built here in my home state of Wisconsin. Although I have a bit of a soft spot for the Gremlin I still want to get my hands on a Pacer... Also don't you mean 43 years???
  • Seed_drill
    Seed_drill 2 месяца назад You need to recheck your calendar. We hadn't even reached peak disco by '76.
  • Ross Bourne
    Ross Bourne 2 месяца назад Sorry, you're just plain wrong. 1977 was the greatest year ever, because that's when I was born. OK, so Elvis died, but we got Star Wars, Apple and Atari. :-)
  • Evan J
    Evan J 2 месяца назад I was born the day disco died in 1979.
  • Ross Bourne
    Ross Bourne 2 месяца назад @Evan J So it was your fault! Good...I can't stand disco...
  • Evan J
    Evan J 2 месяца назад @Ross Bourne You're welcome...
  • Life in the 413
    Life in the 413 2 месяца назад @Evan J "Disco Demolition Night" at old Comiskey Park. The footage is just wow.
  • chris davidson
    chris davidson 2 месяца назад @Evan J I would also like to extend thanks for your contribution to music!
  • Evan J
    Evan J 2 месяца назад @Life in the 413 Yeah it's pretty out of hand. Fun to know I was enjoying my first half-day of self contained life that day.
  • Life in the 413
    Life in the 413 2 месяца назад @Evan J Disco had to die so you could be born.
  • Brickman1000
    Brickman1000 2 месяца назад M W S Listen to anything on the radio now, disco only felt slightly off for a while then it came back and conquered the world.
  • Jama Thaughn
    Jama Thaughn 2 месяца назад @Life in the 413 I watched that all go down on live TV - the Tigers were going to show BOTH games of the double header on TV - an unheard of treat back in those days. Al Kaline and George Kell had no idea what the hell was going on. I loved it.
  • Puflitens
    Puflitens 2 месяца назад And the plan condor on the way on argentina. Piece of shit
  • onthelibrarycomputer
    onthelibrarycomputer 2 месяца назад To put Space Program and AMC Gremlin in the same paragraph and on the same reverence level? I think you're pushing it way too far there.
  • Evan J
    Evan J 2 месяца назад (изменено) ​@Brickman1000 Disco made the four on the floor beat popular but I'd argue it was the R&B and funk groups of the 70's and their break beats coupled with the electronic movement that influenced a lot of the modern dance pop we hear now. Disco turned into more of a party favor and novelty act commonly heard at weddings, every now and again finding its way oddly into the main stream but not even close to what it was. That opening and closing high-hat and root-octave bass line really signifies disco and I don't hear that as much as you would have in the 70's.
  • Ronnie Rawdawg
    Ronnie Rawdawg 2 месяца назад Punk started in 76 as well
  • Dusty Boot
    Dusty Boot 2 месяца назад M W S disco was at its height in 1976.
  • M W S
    M W S 2 месяца назад @Dusty Boot Oh well many people were wishing Disco was dead, I am glad I missed it unfortunately there were still bad dancing Trends to come...
  • Bartonovich52
    Bartonovich52 2 месяца назад Lol... whut? In 1976, no Americans went to space, nor would they until 1981 Disco was coming mainstream and not only would be for the next three years (unofficially ending with Disco Demolition Night in 1979), but would permeate into rock and roll with heavily disco influenced albums like Some Girls, The Wall, Who Are You, Discovery, etc.
  • Dusty Boot
    Dusty Boot 2 месяца назад Bartonovich52 You are right about disco you are not right about the space program. Do you not remember Skylab?I
  • blarpo
    blarpo 2 месяца назад disco shall never die.
  • hulkhatepunybanner
    hulkhatepunybanner 2 месяца назад Is that you, Eric Foreman?! You're that 70s kid!
  • DeKrampus 11111
    DeKrampus 11111 2 месяца назад @Life in the 413 That was a fun time for me! Not so much for my dad, trying to get us out of there alive. I did get to fling my older sister's 45 record of "Boogie Nights" onto field, though. Hard to believe 40 years has gone by since then... Good times. Freer times.
  • Life in the 413
    Life in the 413 2 месяца назад @DeKrampus 11111 I love a fun time. Shame I wasn't alive for it.
  • Chadwicked B
    Chadwicked B 2 месяца назад Bicentennial of The Revolution 🇺🇸
  • Robert Nicholls
    Robert Nicholls 2 месяца назад @Seed_drill Lol, peak disco!
  • Robert Nicholls
    Robert Nicholls 2 месяца назад @Bartonovich52 We were still testing the shuttle. But, NASA was still launching probes.
  • David Lafleche
    David Lafleche 2 месяца назад @Life in the 413 That was 1979.
  • Danilo Loria
    Danilo Loria 2 месяца назад Disco never died!
  • David Lafleche
    David Lafleche 1 месяц назад @blarpo A lot of people who were involved in Disco have either died of AIDS, old age, or they are getting there.
  • Tom Johnson
    Tom Johnson Неделю назад wisconsin! booyaa! i was 10 in 76, grew up riding in cars made from 65 up. mostly plymouths. funny bc in 90 i was 24 & i bought a 66 chrysler newport..exactly 1 yr newer than the car i rode home from the hospital in when i was born, a plymouth fury :D currently, been out of the old stuff for abt 20 yrs, but my bro & i are fixing up a 70 fury coupe i stashed in a lean to on his land in 2000.
  • brandon2076
    brandon2076 2 месяца назад 'I"M GOING TO HANDLE RAW CHICKEN....UNNNNGHHHH.......AND THEN IM GONNA ASK TO USE YOUR PHONE''
  • FlymanMS
    FlymanMS 2 месяца назад AMC was good on irony, naming a mechanical device after a mythical creature that loves breaking and sabotaging mechanical devices.
  • Will Semtner
    Will Semtner 2 месяца назад the movie came after
  • xSleek34x
    xSleek34x 2 месяца назад @Will Semtner The gremlin mythos predates the second world war.
  • William Shreckengost
    William Shreckengost 2 месяца назад @Will Semtner WW2 gremlin lore came before both of them.
  • Winning Grinn
    Winning Grinn 2 месяца назад Yeah , that didn't go unnoticed
  • wyrazowfkp
    wyrazowfkp 2 месяца назад Also it had it's premiere and started sales on 1 april 1970 :D
  • jbiehlable
    jbiehlable 2 месяца назад And it is one of my favorite cars from the '70s.
  • Christina Cope
    Christina Cope 2 месяца назад I drove a AMC Hornet, no frills and no power steering. It drove like a tank on or off the road. I lived.
  • Boggy
    Boggy 2 месяца назад @Christina Cope This thing is a shortened Hornet. I've driven both of those cars with manual everything. They did drive like trucks.
  • David Lafleche
    David Lafleche 2 месяца назад Even better: Designer Richard Teague drew the original sketch on an airline barf bag. The Gremlin was introduced on April Fool's Day, 1970.
  • Christina Cope
    Christina Cope 2 месяца назад @David Lafleche eh, use what you got to draw or write on. Not much room on those old Sky Mall catalogs. That's good trivia.
  • David Lafleche
    David Lafleche 2 месяца назад @Christina Cope It was a funny beginning. But the Gremlin was a much better car than people think. The one in this video was definitely the "bargain" model. Okay, so it was a little weak, but it was one of the cheapest cars on the market, good for people on a tight budget. You get what you pay for.
  • David Lafleche
    David Lafleche 2 месяца назад @Will Semtner My favorite Christmas movie ever !!!
  • Patchuchan
    Patchuchan 4 недели назад Ironically it probably was generally more reliable and a better all round car then many similarly priced compacts from the same era.
  • Dans Music
    Dans Music 4 недели назад @David Lafleche Not weak at all. This car probably has something wrong with it. The Gremlin was ridiculously faster than any of the competition and this with the standard engine.