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Engine: Inline 6Transmission: 3 Speed ManualMileage: 75791 ( undocumented )
Our Atlanta Showroom is proud to offer this 1966 AMC rambler 220. This inline 6 and automatic transmission is a total time capsule. The blue interior and paint will teleport you back to the 60’s. As the automobile marketplace in the U.S. was moving away from economy towards performance and luxury vehicles, American Motors began removing the historic Rambler name from its larger models. However, the American and Classic models retained their economy car marketing image, as well as their traditional nameplate. To cement this image, a Rambler American was again the overall winner in the Mobil Economy Run. The American models were facelifted for the 1966 model year with more squared-off front and rear styling. The front of the car was extended three inches, that increase allowed the optional air conditioning to be installed with the new 199, and 232 in-line six-cylinder engines, which were longer than the previous 195.6 versions. Options include: radial tires, seat belts, hub caps, AM/FM radio, and cloth interior. To view the car in greater detail, including 100+ HD photos and HD video, please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information please call the Atlanta showroom at 678-894-4833!
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Engine: 390 CID V8Transmission: 4-Speed ManualMileage: 21376 ( undocumented )
For sale in our Chicago showroom is this incredible 1969 American Motors Corp. (AMC) AMX equipped with the well sought after but optional high-compression medium block 390 CID AMC V8 engine and the Borg Warner T-10 Manual Transmission routed through a Dana 60 Rear end with a 4.88:1 Gear ratio, the 3 matched together was an unbeatable force back in 1969. Labeled the “Corvette Competition,” the AMX offered top-notch performance at an affordable price. The year is 1969, Led Zeppelin has released their first album, The Soviet Union launched Soyuz 4, in the USA the lunar module Eagle/Apollo 11 lands on the lunar surface. An estimated 500 million people worldwide watch in awe as Neil Armstrong takes his historic first steps on the Moon and American Motors Corp. released the anticipated AMX. The AMX offered top-notch performance at an affordable price. Despite this value and enthusiastic initial reception by automotive media and enthusiasts, sales never thrived. The automaker's larger objectives to refocus AMC's image on performance and to bring younger customers into its dealer showrooms was achieved. After three model years, the two-seat version was discontinued. This particular AMX is a beautiful example of one of AMC’s Narliest Cars ever built and it is beautifully painted up in Big Bad Orange. So much care has been taken in the restoration of this Bad Boy even the underside of this car is carefully detailed and painted to show the beauty of this car from bottom to top. The underside is so clean and detailed you really could eat off of it! Some of the options included on this Rear Tire Burning AMX include AM/FM radio, Leather interior, Posi traction, a spare tire and lots more. For more information on this head turning 1969 AMC AMX Contact our Chicago showroom at (708) 444-4488 or Chicago@GatewayClassicCars.com. To see more HD photos and an HD video of this vehicle running and driving please visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com
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Engine: 390 CID V8Transmission: 3 Speed AutomaticMileage: 47999 ( undocumented )
For sale in our Detroit showroom is a 1969 AMC AMX. The AMX is a two-seat GT-style sports car that was produced by American Motors Corporation from 1968 to 1970. The AMX was also classified as a muscle car, but differed from other American cars at the time because of its short wheelbase. The name AMX is actually an acronym for American Motors eXperimental, which was a code assigned to concept vehicles in the mid-sixties. The AMX was also the only American-built steel-bodied two-seater of its time, the first since the 1955-1957 Ford Thunderbird, and rivaled the only other two-seat American muscle car: the Chevrolet Corvette. With a short three-year production run, the AMX was discontinued in 1970, and was replaced by the Javelin from ’71-’74. This classic AMX makes quite the statement with the Frost White covering the cool and vintage bodylines and the red racing stripe that matches the cars original interior. Under the hood of this 2nd owner car is the numbers matching 390 V8 that has been meticulously maintained and with the brand-new exhaust, produces a loud rumble that will turn some heads every time the pedal hits the floor. The transmission is the original automatic that has been professionally rebuilt and shifts smooth throughout all gears. This AMX is originally a California car, is an AMC National Show winner, has the original dealer sticker and warranty card and owner’s manual, and has been restored to original using mostly new old-stock parts. Options on the car include: Factory A/C which has been converted to R134, AM Radio, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Tilt Wheel, Vinyl Interior, Seatbelts, and original rally wheels wrapped in Goodyear Polyglas red-line tires. If you want a wild and powerful muscle car with unforgettable looks and plenty of ponies under the hood, the call today to put it in your garage! Located in our Detroit showroom, this 1969 AMC AMX can be viewed in greater detail, including HD photos and video, at www.GatewayClassicCars.com, or call (313)-982-3100 for more information.
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Engine: LS3 6.2LTransmission: 6 Speed ManualMileage: 4000 ( since rebuilt )
This 1973 AMC Javelin is for sale in our Louisville KY showroom. This 1973 Javelin is unlike any other one on the road. With its apocalyptic theme and Trans Am racer styling this has to be one of the coolest you have seen. The front of the Javelin was treated to a handmade front spoiler which is where the theme starts. Followed onto the front grill with the original parking lights mounted on both sides while the modern LED lights were fitted into the original headlight bezels. The orange satin color is courtesy of a 3M wrap which is a lot more durable than any paint job. The grey stripes over the hood compliment the metal work with AMC and LSX imprinted in them. The rear of the car has been treated to a wide body kit allowing for the monster 335 tires to be placed under the fenders. The rear has been blacked out with the spoiler giving the rear end that trans am racer look. Pop the hood and all you see is custom metal work. From the engine cover to the firewall they nailed the apocalyptic theme. The LS3 engine that lies underneath that metalwork has been outfitted with a cam while a custom tune gets the most out of this small block. Mated up to a T56 6 speed with an ACT twin disc clutch making it extremely durable while having a great pedal feel. The custom 9” rear end has been stuffed Nitro gear and Axle shafts giving you confidence when you want to drop the clutch and lay down some fresh black stripes. Bringing everything to screeching holt is a Wilwood big brake kit with a set of 6 piston calipers upfront and a 4 piston in the rear this is one Javelin that will stop on a dime. The suspension on the car with adjustability in mind and thanks to QA1 coil over front and rear the possibilities are endless. Inside the theme is continued with the rear of the car blocked off by the same metal work while the kicker speakers are loud enough to overcome the exhaust note from that nasty LS3. The gauges go perfectly with the interior complimenting the build nicely. The roll cage not only looks great but adds that extra layer of protection with the harnesses keeping you in the seat in case the unfortunate happens. If you have wanted a car that looks like no other with true modern-day comforts and jaw dropping performance this 73 Javelin is the perfect match. Options on this one off 1973 AMC Javelin include, AC, AM/FM Radio, Power Steering, Vinyl/Cloth Interior, Racing Harness, and Radial Tires mounted on Fuel Alloy Wheels. To view this 1973 AMC Javelin, including an HD video, at www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information call the showroom at (812) 294 1555 or email email@example.com.
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Engine: 232 CID I6Transmission: 3 Speed AutomaticMileage: 46972 ( undocumented )
Now available at our Philadelphia showroom, Gateway Classic Cars welcomes this sporty 1973 AMC Hornet Sportabout Wagon! Manufactured from 1970 to 1977, the Hornet was AMC’s answer to replacing its bread and butter compact, the Rambler. This 1973 Hornet was well-kept by one family for nearly 40 years until acquired by the current owner who continued the upkeep and then some! Check out the sweet dark green paint with faux-woodgrain panel stripes that convey that easy-going California feeling! We even threw in a surf board to sweeten the deal! Hop in the super-clean original tan interior that pairs beautifully with the exterior. Turn on the radio and prepare to hit the road in style as you head to the beach with you and the crew! Powering this green machine is the numbers-matching 232 CID I6 engine linked to a three-speed "Torque-Command" automatic transmission that shifts as smoothly as it did the day it left the showroom. No need to look further, you found the cool ride for the summer time! With its sleek styling and sporty mag wheels, this Hornet is sure to create a buzz wherever you drive! Additional features include Air Conditioning, CD Player, Spare Tire, Power Brakes, Jack and Seat Belts. To view this 1973 AMC Hornet Sportabout Wagon in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Philadelphia showroom located in West Deptford, NJ. For more information, please call 856-599-4100 or email Philadelphia@GatewayClassicCars.com
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Engine: 302 CID 5.0L V8Transmission: 5-Speed ManualMileage: 1614 ( since rebuilt )
For sale in our Nashville showroom is a Ford tough muscle car wagon, 1981 AMC Eagle. This AMC Eagle Wagon for sale is a built beauty, built to drive and ready to rock! With only 6,100 miles on the rebuild, this AMC is just broken in and ready for loads of fun! Powering this '81 AMC Eagle for sale is a 5.0 Ford engine plucked from a fox body mustang. Topped with a carburetor and other add on goodies, you get the simplicity and throttle response of a carburetor, with the efficiency and smoothness of a roller cam 302. With all the minor add on goodies, this small block Ford engine is a real runner! This car is such a runner that it was built on TV for a show called " Lost in Transmissions" Look it up and you will be amazed at the build and value. Backing the peppy small block Ford is a T5 5-speed manual transmission, which is just begging to be taken through the gears. A custom short-shifter makes this car feel like a real street machine! The power is placed to the pavement via a 8.8" Ford rear end with 3.73 gears. The gears churn a set of Cobra style wheels paint black with a polished lip, wrapped in performance radial tires. The complete Mustang drivetrain makes this a real power wagon! To make this Eagle even more reliable, the Mustang front suspension was fabricated to the existing suspension, as well. This makes for a rack and pinion steering set-up with power disc brakes that makes this Eagle one great cruiser! The exterior is low and mischievous, in a sinister shade of gunmetal, with satin black trim. Looking at the custom made front grill, you'd swear it just drove out of a Mad Max film. With boxy and edgy lines, this muscle wagon has an 80s look mixed with a modern flair. The custom made tilt hood is just one of the custom pieces that really sticks out to others when showing. The interior follows suit, with a custom tan and black vinyl/cloth based interior. With sport buckets up front and a bench in the back, this wagon has a sports car feel and a family car appeal all rolled into one! Add in the woodgrain steering wheel and you even have a touch of class!Dollar per horsepower it is going to be diffucult to find a better sleeper thaan this car. Options on this 1981 AMC Eagle for sale, include: AM/FM radio, CD player, power brakes, seat belts, cloth/vinyl interior, seat belts, and radial tires wrapped around aluminum/alloy wheels. Now's your chance to own one well-built hot rod that's ready to terrorize the strip, cruise the street, and turn heads at the show. A $237.37 document fee will be added to the sales price. All purchases may be subject to any applicable tax, title, & licensing fees. For more information please call the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or e-mail us at Nashville@GatewayClassicCars.com.
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