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Pressing Forward: the 1966 American Motors Cavalier Prototype | Mac's Motor City Garage Pony Car, Vintage Cars 1950s, American Motors Corporation, Economies Of Scale, Classic Vehicles, American Motors, Motor City, Special Interest, Real Art

Pressing Forward: the 1966 American Motors Cavalier Prototype

Out of sheer necessity, little American Motors was often the most creative of the Motor City carmakers in the 1960s. Here’s another great example: the 1966 AMC Cavalier prototype. As we’ve often said here at Mac’s Motor … Continue reading →

Randy Knox
Rare, never-titled 1979 AMC AMX has gone more than four decades... | Hemmings Motor News Amc Eagle, Muskegon Michigan, 70s Muscle Cars, American Motors Corporation, Jeep Wagoneer, Jeep Cj, American Motors, Aluminum Wheels, Cast Aluminum

Rare, never-titled 1979 AMC AMX has gone more than four decades without leaving its original dealership

In 1979, Bowen-Fischer Motors in Muskegon, Michigan, put two brand-new AMC AMXs on the lot. Amid a sea of Concords, Pacers, Jeep CJ-7s, and Jeep Wagoneers, the Spirit-based AMXs with their wild graphics, flared fenders, cast aluminum wheels, and short but sporty liftback bodystyle were meant to reel...

Eddy Moke
This 1971 AMC Ambassador has been barely used at 25,000 miles. It's the top-line Brougham station wagon which is like a Ford Country Squire. #Ambassador, #AMC, #Brougham Chrysler 300 Convertible, Amc Ambassador, Amc Cars, Chrysler Conquest, Chrysler Cordoba, Amc Gremlin, Chrysler Newport, Country Squire, Chrysler Lebaron

Sweet Survivor? 1971 AMC Ambassador

The Ambassador was a premium automobile built by American Motors from 1957 to 1974 over eight generations. Except for 1962-66, it was a full-sized car designed to compete with the top dogs at GM, Ford, and Chrysler. It began during the Nash era of auto-building and continued through Rambler and on to AMC. This 1971...

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The Tarpon concept was almost AMC's Pony Car | The Online Automotive Marketplace | Hemmings

The 1964 American Motors Tarpon concept car is often called AMC’s Mustang could-have-been, but in my opinion, it’s not, really. I think its real place in history is as AMC’s should-have-been Barracuda. Ford’s Mustang is usually referred to as the first “pony car” and it was; the whole pony car segment designation derives from the…