1978 AMC Concord said to be the only AMC ever to run Trans-Am other than the famous Javelins from 1968-72. This Concord ran both the Trans-Am and IMSA series in 1978, 1980, and 1981 and SCCA GT-1 all the way up until 1990. The car was recently found in a car-port after long term storage with no engine or transmission, but still wears its racing colors. Originally built and raced by Buzz Dyer primarily on the west coast. There is currently no engine or transmission but still has the AMC Model 20 rear end and 4 wheel disc brakes. Originally ran a TRACO built dry sump engine and I have the original dyno sheet. Body is super solid from being in the southwest forever and there is not an ounce of rust on it.