Javelin

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»

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»

What’s It Worth? 1974 AMC Javelin

The Javelin was AMC’s primary entry in the hot pony car market of the late ‘60s. By the mid-70s, the market had changed and 1974 would be the last year of the car. This Javelin, likely finished in the… more»

Stored 25 Years: 1968 AMC Javelin

By 1968, there was only one American Motors car left that carried the Rambler name, the American. The powers-that-be felt that the name – which had been used by AMC since 1954 – left the company with a stodgy… more»

Original Plum Paint: 1973 AMC Javelin

AMC got into the pony car business in 1968 with the Javelin and would produce the car for seven years across two generations. The Javelin would spin off the two-seat AMX which was unlike other offerings in the ever-crowded… more»

Parked 20 Years: 1968 AMC Javelin

Due to a death in the family, this 1968 AMC Javelin is being sold here on Hemmings after being stored for about 20 years. The car is pretty clean but does have some rust bubbling through the bottom of… more»

Pierre Cardin Edition: 1973 AMC Javelin AMX

American Motors was always the underdog. But that didn’t stop them from coming up with unusual or different cars. One of them was the AMX, a 2-seat, shortened version of the Javelin that could tear up some asphalt. Unfortunately,… more»

390-Powered Project: 1969 AMC Javelin

AMC got into the pony car game in 1968 with the Javelin. And just like Ford’s Mustang was based on the Falcon platform, the Javelin used the Rambler American’s. Javelins could be had from mild to wild, with a… more»

1972 AMC Javelin AMX Barn Find!

American Motors turned a lot of heads in the late 1960s with the AMX, a shortened two-seat version of the Javelin. It would become AMC’s first and only attempt at building a sports car. As a muscle car, they… more»

Basic Transportation? 1971 AMC Javelin

Am I looking in the wrong places or do you agree that nearly all Javelins for sale are of the SST or AMX variety or at least have a V8? I don’t know where all of the base 6-cylinder… more»

Stored 27 Years: One-Owner 1971 AMC Javelin SST

The elderly owner of this 1971 AMC Javelin SST purchased the car off the showroom floor in January of 1971, and it has remained in his possession ever since. He admits that he doesn’t get to use it much… more»

Solid Project: 1972 AMC Javelin SST

The 1972 AMC Javelin is a vehicle that possesses tough and aggressive styling. The bulging fenders make the perfect home for some fat wheels and tires. Somebody has already given this Javelin SST that treatment, blessing the vehicle with… more»

Barn Find: 1968 AMC Javelin SST

I’m of the belief that as new pony cars were introduced the increased competition made for more than just an increasingly crowded car class, it made for better cars. This is one of those cars that was introduced later… more»

1973 AMC Javelin Pierre Cardin Barn Find!

This 1973 AMC Javelin Pierre Cardin edition was found in a barn, presumably the one in the background. This dusty designer beauty can be found here on eBay in Defiance, Ohio with heavy bidding and by that I mean… more»