Restoring an American Motors vehicle can be quite challenging as very few reproduction parts are manufactured for these cars making restoration, at times, quite difficult. For more popular cars, such as a Camaro, Mustang, etc., many companies produce enough parts where you could actually build a new car from the ground up! Unfortunately AMC enthusiasts must make due with mostly used parts, reconditioning them as best as possible, making this a frustrating but rewarding pursuit.
While some like to add more modern items to their cars I prefer to keep mine as original looking as possible. The reason is that when I go to a car show the responses I get are either "haven't seen one of these in years" or "what is it?". To that end I like to keep them original looking as possible so people will know what it looked like back in the '60s and '70s. Some changes, like the wheels on the AMX, were done when the car was new so I have kept these changes, again showing what we did back then and what we had to work with.
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I made for my car club. Turn up the volume!
Please click on links below for more information.
Peach State AMO
American Motors Owners Association
Planet Houston AMX
The AMC Forum
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