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Vehiculos Automotores Mexicanos S.A. (VAM) was an automaker in Mexico. The original organization, a distributor for Willys-Overland vehicles, became government controlled in 1963 with American Motors Corporation (AMC) holding a minority interest. The company imported and produced automobiles and light trucks under license from AMC. The early-1980s collapse of the Mexican economy forced a sale of the Mexican government's interest in VAM to Renault, which shut down the firm in the late 1980s.

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AMERICAN MOTORS

American Motors Corporation


AM General | Chrysler | Hudson | Jeep | Kelvinator | Nash Motors | Nash-Kelvinator | Rambler | Australian Motor Industries | Vehiculos Automotores Mexicanos


Rambler: Ambassador by Rambler · American · Classic · Marlin · Rambler Six · Rambler Rebel

AMC: Ambassador · AMX · Concord · Eagle · Gremlin · Hornet · Javelin · Marlin · Matador · Mighty Mite · Metropolitan · Pacer · Rebel · Spirit · Machine

Renault: LeCar · Alliance · Encore · Fuego · Medallion · Premier

AMC & Rambler Concept Cars: Rambler Tarpon · AMC Cavalier · AMC AMX-GT · Amitron · Electron


Roy Abernethy · A.E. Barit · Roy D. Chapin Jr. · George W. Romney · Richard A. Teague · George W. Mason · Gerald C. Meyers · Edmund E. Anderson · François Castaing


name of founder/s None; Defunct independent
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