The pony car era was filled with high performance, sleek looks, and a whole lot of personality. While the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro stole the show there were a whole lot of iconic cars that were lost in the sound and marketing efforts. The AMC Javelin was one of those cars, built to shake off that economic car personality the Javelin was a success from the get-go. It won the Trans am series in 1971,1972 and 1976. While the race wins and legendary status would be enough, the AMC Javelin was the first pony car to be used as a standard vehicle for highway police cars. With its legendary status, it's time you drove off in this lovely 1971 AMC Javelin we have today. It's the underdog of the pony car scene of the 70s and one capable performance machine to assure smiles per gallon on weekend drives.
One of the pioneers of American muscle cars was American Motors Corporation, or AMC, widely known. AMC was founded in 1954 and has sadly become discontinued in 1988. While AMC is no more, their legacy still stands with the vehicles they built. A direct competition to the Chevrolet Corvette was the two-seater GT-style muscle car called the AMX. The AMX was produced from 1968 till 1970, making it quite rare. Up for grabs is a 1968 AMC AMX with the Go Package and just 40,000 miles on the clock. This car is available to be seen in the Flickertail State, North Dakota.
The subcompact car market has seen a lot of competition over the years and is now at an all-time high with manufacturers scrambling to push out the next best thing. Turn back the clock to the early Seventies and say you were in the market for a subcompact car you sure were in for a treat. AMC had just come out with their new car named the Gremlin and AMC sure marketed the Gremlin as much as it could. Marketing slogans like “Cute and different” and even “America’s first subcompact car” saw the American manufacturer experience a boom in sales. There were over 671,000 Gremlins sold in just a matter of 8 production years. That's all the more reason to invest in this beautiful 1974 AMC Gremlin X we have today. Located in Nevada this is reported to be a one owner car with just 631 miles on the clock since new. What's better than all this? This particular AMC Gremlin was won on everyone's favorite show, The Price Is Right.
When you think of reliability in a modern context the sight of a family hatchback geared to take you from point A to B is certain. Back in the Sixties however at the mere mention of reliability and efficiency it won't be surprising if you heard about the AMC Rambler American. With its period-correct design, reliability and functionality thrown into the mix the AMC Rambler American was a deal on wheels and one that dominated the market back in the day. The Rambler American showcases how reliability doesn't have to mean settling for a car that’s not fancy in terms of design. Take this 1962 AMC Rambler American 400 Convertible we have today for example. Located in California this American hero is one car that can sure spark interesting conversations at car meets as well as ensure you get to the said car meet without a hassle. With around $5,000 spent on making this example look the part this can be your chance of cruising in style, top down, and all.
If you were the American Motor Company (AMC) back in the Sixties your competition would have been the likes of smaller companies such as Studebaker and Packard. With the muscle car market booming and each manufacturer pushing out some iconic cars you sure wanted to push your version of a muscle car out if you were to stay relevant. And this is what happened with the release of the AMC Javelin in 1968. The Javelin was available in multiple trims and the hottest of them all being the SST trim sported all the performance bits which made it able to trade punches with the other hot muscle cars in the market. Why not relive AMC’s golden era with this 1968 AMC Javelin SST we have today. Located in Nevada and with a reported 59,000 miles on the clock, this is surely muscle car royalty which you don't see too often.