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1973 AMC Javelin AMX This well maintained AMX with what is believed to be 52,700 original miles is presented in bright orange on a laser straight undamaged exterior body and black vinyl interior featuring racing style front bucket seats. The AMC 304 engine is teamed with a 4 speed manual transmission. The cowl induction hood, rear window louvers and eight slot Rally wheels announce that this is an AMX and verified by the VIN. The 1973 Javelin had several updates, most noticeably in the design of the taillights and grille, although the AMX grille remained the same. While all other AMC models had bumpers with telescopic shock absorbers, the Javelin and AMX were fitted with a non-telescopic design that had two rigid rubber guards. These allowed the cars to withstand a 5-mile-per-hour front and 2.5-mile-per-hour rear impacts without damage to the engine, lights, and safety equipment. The doors were also made stronger to comply with new U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) safety standards that they withstand 2,500 pounds of impact for the first 6 inches of crush. The "twin-cove" indentations were eliminated from the Javelin's roof and a full vinyl top was made available. The 1970-72 "Turtle Back" front seats were replaced by a slimmer, lighter, and more comfortable design that provided more leg room for rear seat passengers. All engines incorporated new emissions controls. Javelin production for the 1973 model year totaled 30,902 units, including 5,707 AMX units. $ 30,900.00 OBO GIVE US A CALL @ 909-596-5700 WITH ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU MAY HAVE
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