AMC AMX Cars & Parts For Sale

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AMC AMX Used and New Parts

AMC AMX Air Conditioning & Heat
AMC AMX Air Intake & Fuel Delivery
AMC AMX Brakes
AMC AMX Charging and Staring Systems
AMC AMX Computer, Chip, Cruise Control
AMC AMX Cooling System
AMC AMX Decals, Emblems & Detailing
AMC AMX Emission System
AMC AMX Engines & Components
AMC AMX Exhaust
AMC AMX Exterior
AMC AMX Filters
AMC AMX Gaskets
AMC AMX Gauges
AMC AMX Ignition System
AMC AMX Interior
AMC AMX Lighting & Lamps
AMC AMX Parts Cars
AMC AMX Safety & Security
AMC AMX Suspension & Steering
AMC AMX Transmission & Drivetrain
AMC AMX Turbos, Nitrous, & Superchargers
AMC AMX Wheels and Tires
AMC AMX Other Parts
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The AMC AMX is a shorter, sporty version of the AMC Javelin that was produced from 1968 to 1970. It was called the Best Engineered Car of the Year by the AASE in 1969 and 1970. The V8 came in 290, 343, 360 and 390 version, which made the car very fast considering its small body.
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The AMX broke many speed records in its 3 years, including fastest average speed over 24 hours (130 mph). Since the AMX was a limited production car, there were less than 20,000 produced in 3 years. The rarest are the Hurst SS/AMX versions. Only 54 of those drag race cars were produced. The AMX is probably the most overlooked car of the muscle car era. It had some of the best performance numbers, but because AMC was a company that the public was not familiar with they never became very popular. Even today, they are undervalued in the collectors market, although I expect that to change. An active owner's club keeps track of member cars, and parts are available online (see left side of this page).
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