Star Car: World’s Nicest Gremlin!

While you may be wondering if the title of this post is an oxymoron, I’m here to tell you that a lot of AMC enthusiasts are salivating over this extremely original, low-mileage Gremlin X. It’s listed for sale here… more»

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Sinking Glory: 1954 Nash Ambassador Custom

Nothing defines the 1950s for me better than a Nash in black and pink. And, is that a spotlight that I see on the driver’s side mirror? Even better. This 1954 Nash Ambassador Custom can be found here on… more»

V8-Powered 1973 AMC Gremlin X!

Normally we try to eliminate gremlins from our automotive endeavors, but anyone who appreciates a turn-key sleeper should take a digital moment and check out this 1973 AMC Gremlin. Essentially a bob-tailed Hornet, the compact Gremlin put another impossible-to-ignore… more»

Nicest One Left? 1987 AMC Renault Alliance Convertible

In American automotive manufacturing, AMC had always been the little guy that was capable of producing something special for mere pennies. However, time and circumstances would eventually catch up with the company, and they wouldn’t manage to go out… more»

Spotless Survivor: 1976 AMC Gremlin Levi’s Edition

Finding a tidy and original AMC Gremlin is becoming harder these days, but every now and then, a real beauty will just pop out of the woodwork. That is the case with this 1976 model, which is about as… more»

V8 And A 4-Speed: 1966 AMC American

The seller of this 1966 AMC Rambler American has provided a healthy amount of information about the car in the listing. That is always a good thing for buyers to start to get an idea of what they are… more»

Top 10 Barn Finds Of 2019!

It has been a great year here at Barn Finds! We have featured some amazing finds over the past 365 days and it’s fun to look back and see which ones were the most popular. So without further ado,… more»

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Lemon Free: 1977 AMC Pacer Wagon

Although having earned quite a reputation through time, the Pacer was a neat little American made vehicle. This ’77 Wagon model is very clean example with minimal concerns for its extended lifespan. With a fair amount of recent work,… more»

41,500 Miles: 1973 AMC Gremlin X

I have always wondered how many cars came in just one body style, I need to make a list. The Pinto never came in a four-door or a convertible, but they had a wagon as did the Vega. The… more»

32K Miles: 1961 Rambler American Convertible

The Rambler American was the last car in the US and Canada to be sold under the Rambler name, all the way up to 1969. This is a 1961 Rambler American Custom trim level convertible and it can be… more»

1974 AMC Javelin-AMX With Rare “Go Package”

Like a lot of people who followed Chevrolet and Mopar performance in the late ’60s and early ’70s, I didn’t have a lot of time for AMC. That was the company that made Ramblers, right? An old friend of… more»

$2,500 1977 AMC Pacer Wagon

AMC introduced the Pacer wagon in 1977 to what I was surprised to find was generally good press from automotive magazines. While some “enthusiasts” can’t see the appeal of the wide compact, I admit to being a Pacer fan… more»

Pole Barn Find! 1972 AMC Javelin AMX

Dusty and downtrodden, this once-shiny American Motors Corporation Javelin AMX seeks a new owner here on eBay after what appears to be decades of wanton neglect. The opening bid of $3,000 has yet to be cast for this vehicular… more»

Rare 1971 AMC Javelin 401 SST

This 1971 AMC Javelin 401 SST has been a model of patience. It has now been sitting for around 27-years, just waiting for someone to take hold of it, and return it to its glorious bet. If you are… more»

1 of 5 AMC AMX/3 Prototype Discovered!

This gorgeous 1970s supercar isn’t a Lamborghini or Maserati; no, it’s an AMC, the same company that brought you the Matador and the Pacer. There’s just a slight difference, namely that this concept car was built by legendary designer… more»

Pierre Cardin Project: 1972 AMC Javelin SST

Nothing says “American Muscle” more than an Italian fashion designer. Wait, what? American Motors Corporation’s sporty Javelin appealed to drivers who didn’t mind being considered somewhat, uh, “different.” So, if fender peaks sticking above the hood line weren’t strange… more»