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The 1968-1970 2 seater AMX's are the most collected and respected of all the American Motors cars
(the most valuable also).
1968 publicity photos
1970 Studio picture
Cover of Americana. These are great dealership waiting room magazines.
Courtesy Tom Benvie
Win a 1970 AMX!!!
I like this plain jane 1968 AMX publicity photo. It doesn't have any stripes, and has fake mag hubcaps, not the real mags. (another photo sent to me by eddie stakes planet houston amx)
1971 Javelin AMX from sales brochure. From 1971-1974 the AMX became a fancier hot rodded up Javelin instead of having it's unique body style like the 1968-1970 2 seater AMX's.
1972 Javelin AMX
The AMX name disappeared in 1975 and 1976. It returned in 1977 as a fancy Hornet hatchback.
(ad courtesy lu delucy)
1978 Concord based AMX's (courtesy Lu Declucy)
From 1979 brochure
1970 390 fender emblem
1968 Playboy Playmate of the year Angela Dorian got a pink AMX from American Motors. She still has it
1970 Magazine ads
Slightly disguised 1970 AMX used in a Banacek tv episode as the Phoenix. An experimental crash/driver proof car.
Here are some prototype AMX's. I have more AMX prototypes on my Strange AMC Page
This great prototype 1968 AMX-GT was made two years before the Gremlin came out...easy to see where the Gremlin design came from.' Looks like someone welded a Gremlin rear onto a 1968 AMX front.
(photo courtesy of planet houston amx)
The AMX2 prototype (from 1969 magazine)
Race Car Driver Mark Donahue with 1970 AMX3. A mid-Engine 390 cid car. Only 5 were built
Full size Clay model showing differance between Javelin and AMX
Clay prototype takes shape
1969 AMX Pace car starting 1969 Trans Am Race
1972 AMX Magazine AD
1968 AMX Champion Sparkplug magazine AD. Craig Breedlove and his wife Lee raced AMX's.
Model Kit Box of the Drag On Lady
1969 Big Bad Green AMX.(bb orange Javelin go package, and a basic bb blue Javelin in background).
Odd Rod Sticker
Onto AMX Page 2
AMC Toys For Sale Page
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