Powered by a big-block V8, the lightweight coupe was a limited edition that came from the factory painted red, white and blue
Brothers like to build, and now there’s a dad-and-daughter project in the works, too
Mundane station wagon transformed into V8-powered, wildly fender-flared autocrossing monster
Kenosha, Wisconsin, is a city that has never fully recovered from the 1987 loss of its American Motors manufacturing plant.
AMC was struggling against the power of the Big 3 when it pulled out its ace-in-the-hole.
You have to be interested when the advertisement for a vehicle on ClassicCars.com starts, “My ex-husband was a car guy…”
In the spring of 2014 I decided that it was time for a classic car.
Despite American Motors being long gone, it still can make an impression
The private seller of Pick of the Day, this 1970 AMC AMX, says that the goal of the build “focused on reliability, low maintenance, and updated appearance.”