This AMC AMX SS dual-quad re-creation features original options and
original SS items, and started life as a 390ci V8, 4-barrel, T-10
4-speed car with dash plaque #08478. The dual-quad was added years
ago and has an early original AM4486228 Edelbrock number on it
along with an old racer's name, John Ward. The previous owner had
this car for the past 29 years and the car has been in Iowa,
Nebraska and Colorado. It was repainted in its original Big Bad
Orange with black racing stripe and all jams and details, firewall
gutters and lips show well. The original 390ci V8 engine was
rebuilt with a BIG BAD cam to match that of the true SS 390
performance and is paired with a BorgWarner T-10 4-speed manual
transmission. The linkage was upgraded with the Holley dual-quads
to run smoothly and without catches, as was an issue with the
original linkage which is in a box of parts along with the original
4-barrel manifold, original foot pedals and rear end cover plate.
Fully detailed, this AMX is in good condition with straight accent
stripes, well-done bumpers, and the Go-Pack car group 19 featuring
spoilers. The complete underside has been washed cleaned and
detailed with a light coat of black water-tight body chutes on the
solid metal floors, braces and supports. One of 283 produced in Big
Bag Orange, this AMC has always been stored inside and has been
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