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95-96 Eagle Talon Service Manual
95-96 Eagle Talon Service Manual
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1989 Eagle Summit Electrical Service Manual
1989 Eagle Summit Electrical Service Manual
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Eagle Talon

History of Eagle Cars

EAGLE Car Manuals PDF above the page - Talon and Summit.

 

Eagle - is an American company specializing in the production of low-cost cars, developed by Chrysler offices in conjunction with the corporation Mitsubishi.

 

The history of cars brand Eagle began in the thirties of the last century with the idea of creating a car with four-wheel drive. Many car companies have tried to do this.

 

In the USA, the first in this field was the company Willys, who created his famous jeep, which is known to everyone. But still it was a car more off-road, and on the road it showed not such good high-speed results, unlike cars, and controllability at high speeds suffered greatly.

 

In the late sixties, the well-known Japanese company Subaru created its all-wheel-drive, passenger car, which showed excellent results on the track, was perfectly manageable on a slippery road in corners. Success Subaru did not give rest to the

 

American companies, after all Subaru has appeared rather popular car and began to win hearts of buyers. And this is in the domestic market of the USA.

 

American Motors Corporation decided to tackle this moment denser and develop its own all-wheel drive car that will be able to withstand the march of Subaru on American roads.

 

In the autumn of 1979, the first car with a permanent all-wheel drive of American manufacture was ready. It was created a separate automotive brand, which was based on the nodes and aggregates of cars produced by the AMC.

 

The body was taken from Concord (Hornet), its wheelbase was extended to 109 inches and there were two body types - a four-door sedan and a four-door wagon, with a 4.2-liter engine and 110 horsepower.

 

The 3-speed automatic transmission was taken from its creator and owner of the brand Eagle - the company Chrysler.