With over $70k invested in her complete restoration this Deep, Rich and Beautiful Maroon painted 1969 AMX has over 400 Trophies, American Cup Winner, National Championships and Best of Show in both Junior and Senior Classes. Needless to say she never fails to impress!
1969 AMX. / Originally a BBB car only 195 built. / Same owner since 1979. / Only 5k on Complete Restoration. / Over $70k invested. / Over 400 Trophies. / Gorgeous Maroon Custom paint. / Beautiful Custom Grey leather Interior. / Power Steering. / Power Brakes. / Cassette player. / Solid Steel. / Correct 390 V8 motor with only 30k miles. / 4V. / Original 4 speed manual transmission. / Hurst Shifter. / Full Gauge package. / Go Pack car. / Group 19 Add on Spoilers. / Stainless Steel Exhaust. / Chrome Battery cover. / American Racing wheels. / Great Glass. / Great Chrome. / Ready to Go and Show Condition!
If you ever dreamt of getting in a car and doing nothing but take her to a show and then win best of show then this 1969 AMX is the car for you! Better than Turn key condition.
Always stored inside and located in Warren, Michigan 48092. Not interested in any type of trades but Thanks anyway.
Call Tim Sleeman at 586-838-0097 for more information.
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Asking: $34,900.00 obo
The AMC AMX is a two seat GT in style and approach sports car that was produced by American Motors Corporation for the 1968 through 1970 Model years. The AMX was also classified as a muscle car. Unique among other American cars at the time due its short wheelbase. The AMX was also the only American-built steel-bodied two-seater of its time. The first since the 1955 1957 Ford Thunderbird To a degree. The AMX was a competitor with Americas only other two seater of the era, the Chevrolet Corvette for substantially less money. With a one inch 2.5 cm shorter wheelbase than the Chevrolets 2 seater. The AMX was often seen by the press as a Corvette competitor.Fitted with the optional high compression medium block 390 cu in AMC V8 engine. The AMX offered top notch performance at an affordable price. In spite of this value and enthusiastic initial reception by automotive media and enthusiasts, sales never thrived. The automakers larger objectives to refocus AMCs image on performance and to bring younger customers into its dealer showrooms. It was achieved. After three model years, the two seat version was discontinued. The AMXs now signature badging was transferred to a high performance version of its 4 seat sibling, the Javelin, from 1971-1974.