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»

1 of 902: 1968 AMC AMX

American Motors would introduce two new cars in 1968, quite a feat for an independent automaker. One was the Javelin, a pony car to do battle with the Ford Mustang, Chevy Camaro, and a host of others. The second… more»

Original Survivor: 1968 AMC AMX

It was fun being a nerdy car geek youngster in the ‘60s and witnessing the debut of the “pony car” in April 1964 and seeing the scrambling that ensued at GM and AMC afterwards. And although AMC was the… more»

Go-Pack Plus Group 19: 1969 AMC AMX

The AMX was a companion to the Javelin “pony car” that American Motors introduced in 1968. The AMX was not an entirely new car, per see, but a Javelin with 12 inches taken out of the wheelbase to create… more»

Rare V8/4-Speed: 1968 AMC AMX

American Motors jumped into the “pony car” wars in 1968 with two entries. The Javelin was a direct competitor to the likes of the Chevy Camaro. But the AMX, which had a 12-inch shorter wheelbase, was more of a… more»

Whole Collection For Sale!

Billed as “unusual,” I guess “usual” is a relative term. Buicks, AMCs, Mercedes-Benzes, customs…all of these are legitimate classics in their own right, and most seem to be in decent condition. Special thanks to Britt Boughey for letting us… more»

AMC, Ford, or Porsche: Take Your Pick Trio

When you find multiple cars on the same property owned by one party, they usually have something in common. In the case here, the seller has three autos laying around on the side of his house from three different… more»

1 of 729: 1969 AMC AMX

To stand out from its competition from the Detroit “Big 3”, American Motors was never afraid to try something a little different. Like the Gremlin, Pacer, and Eagle automobiles of the 1970s-80s. In 1968, AMC joined the pony car… more»

360 V8 and Go Pack! 1969 AMC AMX

American Motors introduced two new cars in 1968: the Javelin, to compete in the “pony car” market, and the AMX, a GT-style automobile whose closest rival was the Chevy Corvette. Underneath, they were much the same car, with 12… more»

Stunning Survivor: 1970 AMC AMX

Finding a spotless classic car that needs nothing is never a bad thing. They are the type of vehicle where a buyer can slip behind the wheel and enjoy the motoring experience, making them an attractive proposition for those… more»

AMX Package: 1974 AMC Javelin

The 1974 model was the end of the road for the AMC Javelin, which lasted from 1969 through 1974 and two styling generations.  Those in the know seem to think that AMC may have axed the Javelin due to… more»

25k Original Miles: 1969 AMC AMX

UPDATE 12/27/2021: It looks like it will hopefully be a case of second time lucky for the owner of this 1969 AMC AMX. His previous auction listing on this classic roared to $40,100, and it appeared that the car… more»

Back To Black: 1972 AMC AMX

This AMX first appeared on Barn Finds in March 2021. At the time, it was unrestored and in fairly rough condition. It didn’t find a new home, so the seller decided to do a major refurbishing of the automobile…. more»