AMC/American Motors



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AMC Cars 1958-1987 An Illustrated History

AMC Cars 1958-1987 An Illustrated History

FOSTER PATRICK R
Formed in 1954 by the merger of The Hudson Motor Car Company and Nash-Kelvinator Corporation, American Motors Corporation was no ordinary company. It was the last, and the very best, of the great independent automakers, producing such notables as the muscle-flexing AMX and Javelin, and the forward-designed, 4-wheel-drive Eagle. Highly regarded AMC historian and expert, Patrick Foster, gives us an in-depth look at AMC and its cars from its...

$65.00




AMC Muscle Car Restoration 1968-1974

AMC Muscle Car Restoration 1968-1974

Campbell, Scott
There was a time when AMC performance was more of an afterthought to the muscle car era. Sure, the Javelins and AMX cars were cool, as were the really limited cars such as the Scrambler and the Rebel Machine, but with production numbers a distant fourth place in the American manufacturer muscle car scene, well, you could be forgiven for not remembering much about them through the years. Fast forward to today, and AMC muscle cars are among the...

$50.00




AMC Muscle Cars Muscle Car Color History

AMC Muscle Cars Muscle Car Color History

MITCHELL L
Climb in for an adventurous ride through AMC's muscle-bound line-up! Larry Mitchell steers you through AMC's impact on the American automotive landscape as well as engineering, design, production, and racing heritage. AMC's popular Javelin ponycar and two-seat AMX coupe lead the pack, with the Marlin, Rebel SST, Rebel Machine, Hornet 360, Gremlin X and others rounding out the coverage. Fully illustrated with modern and archival color and b&w...

$59.95




AMC Performance Cars 1951-1983 Photo Archive

AMC Performance Cars 1951-1983 Photo Archive

FOSTER PATRICK
Starting with the 1951 Nash-Healey, then the Hudson Hornet, Nash Ambassador "Le Mans," the awesome 1957 Rambler Rebel, the 1966-1969 Rambler American Rogue, the Rebel Machine, AMX, 1969 Scrambler, 1971 Hornet SC360, 1972-1975 V8 Gremlin, Javelin, and much more.

$55.00




AMC Rambler Limited Edition Extra Road Tests 1956-69

AMC Rambler Limited Edition Extra Road Tests 1956-69

BROOKLANDS
A collection of 41 articles from motoring publications starting with the resurrection of the Rambler name in 1956 through to the 1970 model. The story follows the introduction and development of the Six, Rebel, American, Ambassador, Classic, Marlin, Hurst SC/Rambler and Rogue. It then continues with the re-named Rambler/AMC cars - marlin, Ambassador and Rebel series.

$50.00




American Motors Corporation - The Rise And Fall Of America's Last Independent Automaker

American Motors Corporation - The Rise And Fall Of America's Last Independent Automaker

FOSTER, PATRICK R.
In "American Motors Corporation: The Rise and Fall of America's Last Independent Automaker", author Patrick Foster provides the ultimate inside look into an American corporation that rose from the death throes of a once-thriving independent auto industry, putting up a valiant fight for nearly half a century before succumbing to the inexorable will of the corporate machine. Born from the ashes of Hudson and Nash, AMC represented a last, desperate...

$85.00




AMX And Javelin Gold Portfolio 1968-1974

AMX And Javelin Gold Portfolio 1968-1974

BROOKLANDS
Magazine articles are reprinted from leading motoring journals and trace the progress of AMC's Javelin and two-seater AMXs during the 'muscle' years from 1968 to 1974. Models covered include the 304, 343, 360, 390, 401, AMX Prototype, AMX/2, AMX/3. All engine variants are covered. Offers road and comparison tests, racing, new model reports, plus technical and performance data.48 articles are sourced from American Motors, Auto Topics, Car, Car...

$50.00




AMX Photo Archive - From Concept To Reality

AMX Photo Archive - From Concept To Reality

ZINN CHRIS
Beginning with the early design stages of the AMX, including early sketches, interior design, clay work, fiberglass mockups, and show cars this book moves on to actual production models. Covers the entire AMX lineup and specials including the SS/AMX, Jeffords/AMX, Dick Teague's AMX and The Big Bad color AMXs. Other pre-production ideas covered include AMX/2, AMX/3, AMX/K, AMX II, AMX III, and Project IV

$65.00




Cars of American Motors - An Illustrated History

Cars of American Motors - An Illustrated History

CRANSWICK, MARC
Though American Motors never approached the size of Detroit's Big Three, it produced a long series of successful cars that were distinctive, often innovative and in many cases influential. This history examines AMC's cars from the company's formation in 1954 through its absorption by Chrysler in 1987. The Gremlin, Pacer and Eagle vehicles are examined in detail, as are the AMC custom cars of George Barris and Carl Green. The text details AMC's...

$90.00




History of AMC Motorsports: Trans-Am, Drag, NASCAR, Land Speed and Off-Road Racing

History of AMC Motorsports: Trans-Am, Drag, NASCAR, Land Speed and Off-Road Racing

MCCLURG, BOB
When thinking of a manufacturer's racing involvement, AMC is not a manufacturer that immediately comes to mind. Yet even from the very beginning of American motorsports, the companies that became AMC had some serious involvement in motorsport. From the early Nash and Hudson models all the way through the muscle car era, AMC had direct involvement in racing. The success of Nash and Hudson in early NASCAR racing, AMC Javelins in Trans-Am racing,...

$100.00





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