Matador

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»

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»

Oleg Cassini Edition: 1975 AMC Matador Brougham

Back in the 1970s, AMC hired famed fashion Oleg Cassini to help dress up its cars to attract a younger, hipper audience. AMC had already done this on the Hornet, Gremlin and Javelin and the Matador would be next…. more»

2,414 Miles? 1975 AMC Matador

A person could argue that a car like this 1974 AMC Matador sedan is one of the most unusual products to come from AMC. For a company so well known for odd or highly-unusual small cars like the Pacer… more»

Sleek Survivor: 1974 AMC Matador Brougham

Certainly, one of the most unusual cars to come from any US car manufacturer, this 1974 AMC Matador Coupe Brougham takes AMC’s designs to a new level. There are modern vehicles that make some folks cringe while making others… more»

One-Owner 1974 AMC Matador X Barn Find!

A face only a mother could love? Well, I wouldn’t go that far but it is distinctive and you know what it is the second that you see it peeking through the barn door. It’s a Matador! Specifically, a… more»

Dragin’ Wagon: NHRA Winning 1974 AMC Matador

Here’s something you don’t see every day, a 1974 AMC Matador wagon drag car. No, really! Those hood pins weren’t a Kenosha factory option as far as I know. This one can be found here on craigslist in East… more»

42 Actual Miles?!! 1974 AMC Matador

This 1974 AMC Matador Coupe is amazing. It looks like it’s had a nut-and-bolt restoration or like it just left the factory in Kenosha and was driven 42 miles and parked in someone’s living room for the next 45… more»

$2,900 1974 AMC Matador X Coupe

Cars tend to go in phases here on Barn Finds or really anywhere on Al Gore’s internet. That’s not a bad thing at all in my opinion, I love seeing different versions of the same vehicles, different models, different… more»

All Original: 1972 AMC Matador Hardtop

Unless a person doesn’t want any doors on their car, we shouldn’t be hearing “Too many doors” comments about this 1972 AMC Matador two-door hardtop. This stored car can be found here on eBay in Wilmington, California with a… more»

It’s Baaack! 1974 AMC Matador Brougham

When we write about some of the cars that are advertised on various sites here at Barn Finds, it sometimes crosses my mind as to whether the owners actually take the opportunity to read our articles. Barn Finder Iain… more»

One Year Only: 1960 Dodge Matador

No manufacturer is immune from one very specific law within the automotive world. It doesn’t matter how successful you are, if you release the wrong car at the wrong time, then you are assured of a sales disaster. Whereas,… more»

Quirky Coupe: 1972 AMC Matador

In 1972, the future was still bright for AMC. They had a compact that had been produced very inexpensively (Gremlin), a sporty car (Javelin/AMX), a mid-sized sedan and wagon (Hornet), and the full-size Matador/Ambassador. This “sporty” version of the… more»