AMC

82k Mile Survivor: 1971 AMC Ambassador

The Ambassador was AMC’s top-line automobile from 1957-74. It would hold the honor of being the longest continuously used car nameplate at that time. The 1971 models were part of the car’s seventh generation and competed with the Chevy… more»

Black Beauty: 1969 AMC AMX

The AMX was a 2-seater companion to their 4-seat pony car, the Javelin, from 1968-70. After that, it was a performance option on its bigger brother. It was a true GT-style car, not just a Javelin with 12 inches… more»

One Year Only: 1970 AMC Rebel Machine

Unlike General Motors, Ford or Chrysler, American Motors didn’t have a contender in the mid-size muscle car space until 1970. They took the concept of the 1969 American-based SC/Rambler with its potent big-block engine and red, white, and blue… more»

Sporty Survivor: 1972 AMC Gremlin

In the late 1960s, Chevrolet and Ford were responding to the onslaught of competition from the small car imports. They would bring out the Vega and Pinto subcompacts, respectively, for the 1971 model year. AMC got there a little… more»

Cheap Project! 1976 AMC Pacer X

The AMC Pacer is a hard car to forget. It had a most unusual shape with its “jellybean” styling, a variety of nicknames like “The Flying Fishbowl” and played a key role in the Wayne’s World movies. This ’76… more»

Full Size Fun! 1975 AMC Matador 360

This is one of those cars that you either love – or you don’t. After being AMC’s mid-size entry from 1971-73 (replacing the Rebel that replaced the Classic), the Matador was a full-size car for the rest of its… more»

One Owner: 1966 Rambler Classic Rebel

The Rebel was one of AMC’s responses to the mid-decade muscle car craze that captured the 1960s, but it wasn’t a performance car in the same vein as what GM, Ford or Chrysler were offering. The Rebel was an… more»

X Package? 1974 AMC Gremlin

1974 was something of a transition year for the AMC Gremlin, which was in its fifth year of production. The Arab Oil Embargo kicked off in October 1973, just as the 1974 model year was beginning, which increased the… more»

70k Mile Survivor: 1973 AMC Hornet Sportabout

AMC Vehicles have always had a special place in my heart, as the car I learned to drive on was my dad’s 1977 Gremlin. Most AMC cars had a distinctive look, and when I was a kid I remember… more»

Twin Stick Survivor: 1963 Rambler Classic 770

American Motors’ 1963 Rambler Classics and Ambassadors were the company’s first all-new cars since 1956. The mechanical and styling changes were numerous enough for Motor Trend to recognize the automobiles with their annual “Car of the Year” award. AMC… more»

40k Miles: 1971 AMC Javelin SST

American Motors Corporation debuted the second-generation Javelin in 1971 with a body that was slightly larger and more muscular than its predecessor. The front and rear fenders had a distinctive bulge and the interior featured a cockpit-style dashboard angled… more»

American Motors Collection Up For Auction!

  Those of us who remember American Motors Corporation will recall names like Gremlin, Javelin, Matador, Pacer and Rambler… and even if you aren’t a fan of their work, you’ll appreciate the excellent condition of this collection, up for… more»

1 of 98? 1970 AMC AMX Go Pack

The AMC would serve as a 2-seat GT-style companion to the Javelin when AMC joined the pony car wars for 1968. Even by AMC standards, its production numbers were low but helped the company try to shake its image… more»

1of 294: 1968 AMC Rebel SST Convertible

By 1968, American Motors offered only one convertible across all its product lines and it would be in the Rebel intermediate. The Rebel shared its platform with the more upscale Ambassador, which rode on a longer wheelbase. The number… more»

Mini Muscle: 304 V8 Powered 1974 AMC Gremlin

You certainly know one when you see it! And if its truncated bee-hind isn’t memorable enough, the Gremlin name is. I remember when these were introduced and I thought, “you gotta be kidding!” But I knew enough then to… more»

Cheap 4X4: 1974 AMC Gremlin

If you find yourself with a lot of spare time on your hands, you’ll find a surprising number of 1970s AMC Gremlins online that have been converted from 2WD to 4WD. Which was before AMC got together with Jeep… more»