Barn Find Rarity: 1969 AMC AMX

The advent of the 1960s was not kind to American Motors Corporation. The company was known for family economy cars, and its demographic was aging. Sure, the Rambler was a strong seller, but AMC was watching its fortunes sift… more»

1 of 901: 1970 AMC AMX Project

The AMX was introduced in 1968 as a GT-style performance coupe whose close competitor may have been the Chevy Corvette. In reality, it was a Javelin with 12 inches taken out of the wheelbase along with the back seat…. more»

Go Package 390 V8: 1969 AMC AMX

When American Motors introduced the AMX in 1968, the only thing close to it being built by a U.S. manufacturer at the time was the Chevy Corvette. It was a GT-style performance car with seating only for two. They… more»

1969 AMC AMX 390/4-Speed Project

Looking at the resume for how this 1969 AMC AMX started out, the car sure ticked a lot of the right boxes, but unfortunately, it’s mostly in the past tense now as lots of the good stuff is already… more»

Rebuilt Engine: 1980 AMC Spirit AMX

Practicality can see many enthusiasts abandon a project build, which is the case with this 1980 AMC Spirit AMX. It was a father/son build, but with a new baby on the way, the son feels it needs to make… more»

Stored 34 Years: 1979 AMC Spirit AMX V8

The Spirit was AMC’s successor to the quirky subcompact Gremlin, though it used the same platform as its predecessor. It was produced from 1979 through 1983, with an “image” edition called the Spirit AMX in the first two years…. more»

Assortment of AMC AMX Projects

American Motors introduced the AMX in 1968 as a GT-style performance machine. It was a derivative of the new Javelin “pony car” with 12 inches taken out in the wheelbase to create a 2-seater. The car was in production… more»

Former Racer: 1979 AMC Spirit AMX

The Spirit was the successor to the Gremlin as was the Concord the follow-up to the Hornet. Spirit production ran from 1979 to 1983 and included the (partial) resurrection of the AMX, which was a Spirit with a handling… more»

Big Bad Green Project: 1970 AMC AMX

In the late 1960s/early 1970s, Chrysler had a plethora of wild colors for their hot cars. Like Plum Crazy and Hemi Orange. Not to be outdone, American Motors had a smaller assortment of crazy color choices in the “Big… more»

Red, White, and Blue: AMC Muscle Car Collection

In 1969 and 1970, American Motors offered five factory muscle cars that wore red, white, and blue paint schemes. That included two Americans, one AMX, one Javelin, and one Rebel Machine. The seller has collected all five, which may… more»

1 of 901: 1970 AMC AMX 390 V8

The AMX was American Motors’ attempt at combining a sports car with a muscle machine from 1968 to 1970. It was a 2-seat GT-style performance auto that essentially was a Javelin with 12 inches cut out of the wheelbase…. more»

Forsaken Project: 1968 AMC AMX

American Motors introduced two new cars in 1968. One was the Javelin, which would do battle in the pony car segment (Ford Mustang, Chevy Camaro, etc.). The second was the AMX, which was a GT-style hot rod with just… more»

1 Of 114 In Big Bad Blue: 1970 AMC AMX

The AMC AMX debuted in 1968 as something of a companion to the company’s new pony car, the Javelin. But it was a GT-style 2-seater that may have tried to give the Chevy Corvette a run for its money…. more»

Déjà vu Again? 1977 AMC Hornet AMX

Largely forgotten in the muscle car world is the 1977 AMC Hornet AMX. It was a one-year effort to resurrect the AMX name three years after it was last used on the Javelin pony car. Though a lot of… more»

401/4-Speed: 1970 AMC AMX

If you walked out of your house with a wallet full of cash in 1970, intent on driving home in an American two-seat high-performance vehicle, you faced two choices. One was Chevrolet’s C3 Corvette, while the other was the… more»

Bittersweet Orange 1969 AMC AMX 390 4-Speed Project

Here on eBay is a 1969 AMC AMX project car, equipped with a 390 cu. in. V8 motor and a four-speed manual transmission. Bidding is at $5,850, reserve not met, and the car is located in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. AMX… more»