5 AMC muscle car classics are up for grabs for a combined $0.6M USD
A collection of five AMC (American Motor Corporation) vehicles made in the late 1960s – early 1970s and finished in the company’s signature red-blue-and-white palette is looking for a buyer willing to part with $599,995, since the owner does not want to offer them separately.
According to the seller, the quintet represents the entire AMC muscle car range from that era. The rarest of all is the 1969 AMX Super Stock, one out of only 52 drag-racing rides like this made and the last one in the production batch, to boot.
Then there is a 1970 Javelin Trans Am, one out of 100 of its kind, and a 1969 AMC Rambler from a production run of 300. It is an SC/Rambler spec wearing a Hurst B Scheme livery. Rounding off the list are a Rambler SC Hurst A Scheme and a 1970 Rebel Machine, both hailing from production runs of roughly 1,000 units.
The seller claims that all examples underwent restoration in his own workshop, AZ AMC Restoration. Not only that, but they originally came equipped with various OEM option packs that raised their engine outputs by 100–200 horsepower on average. Oddly enough, the listing neglects to mention any more engine-related specifics or performance data.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
Source:Forma car News
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