No Reserve: 1973 AMC Javelin AMX

Sometimes we can buy a project car with all the good intentions in the world, but various circumstances mean that the project can stall before it starts. That is the case for the owner of this 1973 AMC Javelin… more»

2-for-1: 1971 AMC Javelin SST 401 4-Speed Project

The Javelin was AMC’s entrant into the pony car wars. It ran for two generations from 1968-74 before disappearing from the landscape. By AMC standards, they sold well enough for a while, though not in the kinds of numbers… more»

Two-Owner Survivor: 1971 AMC Javelin SST

If an enthusiast is searching for a turn-key classic to park in their workshop, a couple of attributes could help a particular candidate’s cause. While it isn’t always the case, long-term ownership can indicate that the vehicle in question… more»

77k Original Miles: 1972 AMC Javelin SST

The 1972 model year marked one of sales success for AMC. By focusing on quality and offering an industry-leading warranty program, the Javelin sold in respectable numbers in a pony car bracket that was fast shrinking. This 1972 Javelin… more»

Pierre Cardin Edition: 1973 AMC Javelin AMX

After 1970, the AMX became a performance option on the Javelin, gaining a back seat in the process. It stayed that way through 1974 when AMC got out of the pony car business due to a saturated market and… more»

401 V8 Roller: 1973 AMC Javelin AMX

When the AMX was born in 1968, it is was a GT-style, 2-seat version of the also-new Javelin and it gave American Motors something of a competitor to the Chevy Corvette. Sales were light, even by AMX standards, so… more»

Backyard Find: 1951 Jowett Jupiter

One of the great joys of this hobby is the thrill that comes on first sighting a tarp-covered lump hidden behind someone’s garage. It’s a moment of nearly infinite possibilities. Hidden away behind a garage in Colorado is a… more»

Easy Project? 1968 AMC Javelin

American Motors followed General Motors into the “pony car” market space in 1968 (Ford and Plymouth were already there). The car would enjoy a seven-year run before being discontinued due to declining demand for those kinds of vehicles. We’re… 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»

Small-Block Survivor: 1970 AMC Javelin SST

1970 was the third and final year of the first generation of AMC’s pony car, the Javelin. It would also be the swan song for the AMX as a standalone vehicle (it was a 2-seat, GT version of the… more»

1-Of-825: 1972 AMC Javelin AMX 401

Leave it to American Motors to think outside of the box. When they introduced their Javelin pony car for 1968, they also rolled out a GT-style, 2-seater of the same car (shorter wheelbase with rear seat removed). When the… more»

Big Bad Blue: 1969 AMC Javelin SST

While it might not look like it initially, the owner says that this 1969 AMC Javelin SST is a solid car with only minor rust. It will need some work if it is to return to our roads, and… more»

343 V8 Survivor: 1968 AMC Javelin SST

The Javelin was AMC’s entry in the pony car game in 1968. At 55,000 units the first year, it represented about 20 percent of overall production, which had to please the AMC powers-that-be. The Javelin was based on the… 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»

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»

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»