Bullfighter Survivor: 1974 AMC Matador

By Andrew Tanner - While this car didn’t actually fight any bulls, many matadors have, but likely none of them were cars. Matador sedans of this vintage were favorites of police forces across the United States and Canada for many… more»

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Nerdy-Cool: 1978 AMC Pacer DL Wagon

By Scotty Gilbertson - This l’il red wagon is one of the current it-cars, as in, being so nerdy-cool and hip that it’s probably more popular now than when it was new. At least in some circles.. especially with guys… more»

Muscle Car Underdog: 1970 AMC AMX

By Josh Mortensen - Who doesn’t love a good underdog story? If there is an underdog in the 1970’s muscle car war, it’s AMC’s AMX. Coming from a company known for making cheap transportation, the AMX really came out of… more»

1965 Rambler American 440H Find

By Jamie Palmer - In 1965, only 8,164 Rambler 440Hs were produced. As the most upscale sporty model of the car called “The Sensible Spectaculars” in their advertising, it’s a pretty glitzy version of the small AMC car. This particular… more»

X Marks the Spot: 1974 AMC Matador X Coupe

By Nathan Avots-Smith - A few days ago, we featured a 1976 AMC Matador coupe; several of the comments went along the lines of, “Wake me up when you find a Matador X.” Time to wipe the sleep from your… more»

Turbines and Flares: 1979 AMC AMX

By Jeff Lavery - Not intended for wallflowers: that could have been the marketing tagline for the extreme AMC AMX, like this 1979 model featured here. Wearing possibly the most aggressive factory body kit of the era, the AMX channeled… more»

All-American: 1976 AMC Matador Coupe

By Nathan Avots-Smith - Feeling nostalgic for the Spirit of ’76? What you need, my friend, is this Bicentennial baby, a 1976 AMC—yes, that’s American Motors—Matador coupe! In 1974 and ’75 there were chi-chi-la-la Oleg Cassini editions, and there was a… more»

Low-Cost Head Turner: 1975 AMC Pacer

By Andrew Tanner - Admittedly, AMCs are not my thing, but I do think they made higher quality vehicles than they got the reputation for. Though very uniquely styled and cool looking, the Pacer was not exactly AMC’s crowning achievement…. more»

1 Of 80! 1969 AMC Javelin Badger

By Todd Fitch - Experts familiar with badgers will caution you not to anger one. Anyone who tangled with this 1969 American Motors Corporation Javelin Badger back in the day would have quickly felt the sharp bite of its 390… more»

360-Powered: 1972 AMC Ambassador Brougham

By Scotty Gilbertson - For 1972, AMC dropped its 6-cylinder engine for the Ambassador so the 304 V8 was now standard. And, as if an orangeish-red Ambassador wagon wasn’t cool enough, this one has an optional 360 V8! This 1972… more»

America’s Outback: 1984 AMC Eagle

By Mitchell Gildea - Recently, I read an article from Road and Track about how much people love the 1994-2003 Subaru Outback as an every-day all-season car. In the article, the author talks to a multi-millionaire whose daily driver was… more»

Surfboard Ready: 1973 AMC Ambassador Wagon

By Brian Birkner - Bright yellow like the California sun, this ’73 Ambassador wagon has a cool look and its ready for a day for surfing at the beach. Having covered only 67,000 miles in its lifetime, this wagon is… more»

It Ain’t No Kia! 1970 AMC Hornet

By Scotty Gilbertson - I know that I’ve passed the point of no return in my car nerd’ism when I’m this excited about a 1970 AMC Hornet sedan! WOW, this car is amazing! Seriously, drop whatever it is that you’re… more»