AMC

Two Motors! 1970 AMC Rebel “The Machine”

Some American performance cars are renowned for their subtle and restrained good looks, while others are as “in your face” as it is possible to be. The 1970 AMC Rebel “The Machine” falls firmly into the latter category. From… more»

Driving Barn Find: 1983 AMC Spirit GT

When it comes to AMCs, most of us know by now the Spirit hatchback was the benefactor of performance packages designed to improve the looks and handling abilities of the standard model. The AMX trim gets all the glory… more»

No Reserve: 1974 Jeep 4WD J10 Truck

This super clean 1974 AMC Jeep J10 truck is a factory four-wheel-drive pick-up located in Alberta, Canada. It comes with a camper top that the seller states is ultra-rare and made special for this truck by Leer. I think… more»

Running Project: 1970 AMC Javelin SST

American Motors got into the pony car game about the same time as General Motors. The Javelin (when flanked by the 2-seat GT version called the AMX) sold well enough by AMC standards. The car would see two generations… more»

4X4 Project: 1983 AMC Eagle SX/4

You have to hand it to American Motors. They were always willing to take a chance on doing some different in hopes of it catching on. In the late 1970s, they took the aging Concord (aka Hornet) and added… more»

250 V8 With Patina! 1959 Rambler Rebel Cross Country

American Motors seldom had reason to celebrate, but 1959 was one of those years when they could. Not only did they build more cars than at any other time in their history (386,400 units), but it was also the… more»

Trans Am Tribute: 1969 AMC Javelin SST

American Motors joined the pony car wars in 1968 with the Javelin (and the AMX in the GT world). With a limited reputation for producing performance cars, AMC decided to enter auto racing in 1968 with the Javelin and… more»

FWD Project: 1983 AMC Eagle SX/4

If a car has a somewhat legendary reputation for its off-road prowess courtesy of an four-wheel drive system – and that system no longer works – what are you left with? That’s certainly the question you might have looking… more»

The Price Is Right! 1965 Rambler Marlin

The Rambler Marlin was largely a fastback version of the Classic. In fact, the car drew mostly from the Classic and Ambassador parts bins. AMC would later repeat this process by turning the Javelin into an AMX and a… more»

Collection of Cars in California

Most collectors lean toward one brand of car, style or vintage. In this case, the seller offers a little bit of several things. Two are AMC products, two are kits car and one is a VW Beetle, the nicest… more»

360 V8 Survivor: 1971 AMC Javelin SST

More than three years after the Ford led the new “pony car” market with its Mustang, American Motors got into the fray with the Javelin (and to some extent, its GT variant, the AMX). The car was designed by… more»

Cheap AMC AMX X-Code 390?

American Motors was known for building conservative, reliable cars but would step outside that comfort zone from time to time. The 1968-70 AMX was one of those times, transforming their new Javelin pony car into a GT style 2-seater…. more»

Highly Original 1959 Rambler Six Custom

The Rambler Six was available from 1956 to 1960 but in 1958 they were given a bit of a redesign with sharper edges and corners, four headlights, and they jumped on the tailfin bandwagon, too. This gorgeous, almost-all-original 1959… more»

Go Pack and Rally Pack: 1968 AMC AMX

American Motors wasn’t afraid to think outside the box in order to stay competitive. In 1968, along with the Javelin pony car, AMC launched the AMX, a GT-styled muscle car that was one of just two American-built 2-seaters. The… more»

Simply Amazing: Low-Mile 1984 AMC Eagle 4×4 Wagon

Am I the only person who wishes that AMC still existed? I have always had a genuine soft spot for this manufacturer because while some of their cars were not the prettiest on the planet, they produced some exciting… more»

Red, White and Blue: 1970 AMC Machine

In the 1960s, American Motors competed in many market segments, but not the mid-size muscle car class. They had the AMX and Javelin to do battle with the Mustang and Camaro, but nothing for the GTO and Road Runner…. more»