AMC Eagle SX/4 Two-Door Liftback
The AMC Eagle was the first volume-produced four wheel drive passenger car built in the United States in modern times. Available in two door lift-back and four door sedan and station wagon body styles, the Eagle combined the ride and comfort of a passenger car with the traction and handling of a light truck.
The Eagle SX/4 was the four wheel drive version of AMC’s Spirit Liftback. Eagle production continued for several more years after Chrysler Corporation’s acquisition of American Motors in 1987.
Source: Walter P. Chrysler Museum