Why Buy A New Corvette When You Can Drop $60,000 On This Beastly AMC Gremlin

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There's a reason it costs so damn much.

You’re probably wondering what makes this AMC Gremlin so damn special. For starters, it’s a rarity. This is the Randall 401-XR, a dealer-modified version of the Gremlin that was only sold in Mesa, Arizona. It packs a 6.6-liter V8 engine that was good for a 13.9-second quarter-mile (at about 105 mph) back in the 1970s. This example certainly looks weathered but apparently it only has 7,838 miles on it. Whether or not that’s worth $60,000 is your call.

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