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    Posted: Dec/17/2015 at 6:58am
I was cleaning out some old mag's from my folks place over the Thanksgiving Day Weekend. My Dad has saved Popular Mechanics Magazines since the 1940's to present. I picked out the best ones that related anything AMC. One of the best is this article call "How the Gremlin Lost its Tail"....one on one interview with Teague. I have never seen this before, but he did a great job (as usual) representing AMC and the power of being the underdog/small group and quick reaction.

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Good stuff...thanks for posting!
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I agree, a very great read. Anything to read from Dick Teague back in the old days is pure gold...
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Lived in Kenosha when AMC was booming. Love that Gremlin fuel cap. COOL CARS
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Cool read, thank you.
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I enjoyed that!
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Smile Teague referred to the AMX as a "Sports Car"...
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