1973 American Motors Javelin
A 1973 American Motors Javelin I shot at the O'Reilly Auto Parts World Of
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My Car Story with Lou Costabile 1973 American Motors AMC AMX Javelin 401
On "My Car Story" we're in Genoa IL at Crusin into Genoa on 8-16-14.
We're looking at a 1973 American Motors AMC AMX Javelin 401
The car's Owner is Audrey Taylor Baenziger. She’s had the car since her
birth. Yep, her Dad had a AMC Dealership and this car has been in her
family since new.
My Classic Car Season 4 Episode 5 - American Motors Convention
On this episode of My Classic Car, travel along with Dennis Gage to St.
Louis, Missouri for the annual international convention of American Motors
Owners Convention. We take a look at some of the best vehicles ever
produced by AMC. Dennis visits Bob Perkins to see a few of his first
generation Mustangs. Sam
and Dennis offer advice on preparing your car for storage.
Visit http://www.myclassiccar.com for more information
American Muscle Car - S02E09 - AMC AMX
The American Musclecar series relives that incredible time when Detroit
produced the most outrageous cars ever to hit the street. From the car that
started it all, the 1964 Pontiac GTO, experience the glory days of power
and speed through the stories of those who lived and breathed it then. This
2-disc set features twelve half-hour episodes devoted to each extraordinary
muscle car from that magical era.
Pontiac Firebird Trans Am 1959-1963
Pontiac 421 Super Duty
Ford Fairlane GT & Torino Talladega
427 Cobra 1963-1967
Chevrolet Corvette Camaro Z/28
Dodge Daytona and Plymouth Superbird
The Mopar Super Stockers
American Motors AMX
Dodge Challenger TA and Plymouth AAR 'Cuda
Buick Regal GNX
1955-1957 Chevrolet Bel Air
1977 chevy small block 400 blown up
this is a 1977 chevy small block 400 that came out of a blazer chalet. this
was the original motor to the vehicle and threw a rod at 100,000 miles. the
motor has been replaced with a 350 HO vortec chevy which has been a great
improvement. will make a video of the 350 soon
"Little Red MGA" Blown V8 (part 1)
MGA V8 ,1961 Custom Roadster Hot Rod by Keith Raphael. 350ci GM, Airflow
Research aluminum racing heads, B&M Blower, Doug Nash 5 speed, Corvette
independant suspention, 4 wheel disk brakes.500 horsepower!
The Unfortunate History of the AMC Pacer
Behind all the jokes and insults, the AMC Pacer is actually a car with a
great deal of history. It began as radical new design from an underdog
company. In an attempt to combat the big, bland, boxy cars from Detroit's
"Big Three," little American Motors Corporation decided to build something
a little different. Their one-eyed car stylist Dick Teague proposed a
small, wide car with big windows and smooth areodynamics. Americans had
never seen anything like it.
This in-depth documentary tells the true story of the Pacer. Unbeknownst
to many, the car persevered through manufacturing setbacks, government
regulations, and many other troubles. Featuring a ton of old car
advertisements and rare footage of AMC's factory, the film helps paint a
picture of the Pacer's world. Director Joe Ligo sits down with AMC stylist
Vincent Geraci, author Patrick Foster, and television personalities John
Davis and Pat Goss from PBS's MotorWeek.
Blown Small Block
Little M Dart 400 cu In. Scat crank and rods with custom made diamond
pistons. AFR 227 Heads, 75cc chamber, custom grind camshaft, 871 "The
Blower Shop" Super Charger, and 750 Mighty Demon Carbs. This thing runs 170
degress C on the hottest of days. Next plan is for an Intercooler system with an ice box. Can
be heard before its seen. Really good street manners. Hope you can enjoy
and appreciate the work involved. Thanks for watching.
1982 AMC Spirit
Yes, this is my car. It is a 1982 AMC Spirit DL. We were lucky enough to
find this car a block away from and for $2,800! Brief History:The AMC
Spirit was manufactured from 1979 to 1983. It was intended to be a restyled
version of AMC's Gremlin.
Rage Powersports Hitch Mounted Motorcycle Carrier Review - etrailer.com
Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer
installation instructions and specs for complete information.
Alright. today we are going to review motorcycle carrier, part number
AMC400 from Rage Powersports products. OK, this motorcycle carrier is their
aluminum version with a tray that holds the bike that is aluminum. Also,
the loading ramp is aluminum. However, the main post that goes into the
receiver hitch is a painted and primer steel shank. It also comes with an
anti-rattle device. So when you install it, it helps to keep it from
rattling around a little bit. And the loading ramp is actually stored with
the carrier. The carrier does come with a tie-down loop to help tie down
your bike, too. There is one on the outboard side and one on the inboard
side. There is a bolt in the front where you put your front wheels. It is
adjustable. You can take out one bolt for larger size wheels and you
install the bolt for a smaller size vehicle. This has a load capacity of up
to 400 pounds. 0:53
Alright, we will go ahead and install the hitch pin. We are just going to
use a standard hitch pin, as shown here. But also you can use your favorite
locking hitch pin if you have one. Then we slide on our anti-rattle device
as far as possible. And we will tighten up the bolts that go underneath. It
helps to keep it from rattling around a little bit. Alright, next we will
go ahead and employ the ramp. We will just go ahead and undo the wing nuts
here. Put the wing nuts back into place. And attach our ramp right here, it
has a hook. Go ahead and attach it and just pull it right down. Keep it
straight and we can load our bike onto it. Alright, since the fact we are
going to load up and have a larger diameter tire, we are just going to go
ahead and remove this bolt right here so our wheel can fully sink in right
here. OK, alright let us go ahead and load our bike. One side is going to
sink down because the weight is going to be on one side. Then we will put
the bike on the other side and it all balances out. 1:54
You can use your favorite tie-downs. However, in this case, we are going to
be using part number EM05729 and those are from Erickson Manufacturing.
Alright, the nice part about this strap is that it has a nice built-in loop
at the end and the tie-down hook will actually go into that. And then you
just have the fabric itself on your bike. It down not scratch up your
surface too bad. So let us go ahead and just put it around the handle bar
and then put it through the loop. See how it holds it? And to release it we
will just unbuckle it right here by pushing down on this button. See how
that releases? Alright and we put it onto our tie-down loop on the
motorcycle carrier. Alright, once you have it the way you want it just go
ahead and pull it back down. And it kind of ratchets it in place and you
squeeze it together and it is secure. 3:04
OK, we are going to put the other one on to stabilize the bike. We are not
going to put it completely tight because we need to have a little bit of
wiggle room so we can get the ramp back on. Alright, to get the ramp loose
we are going to roll the bike forward a little bit if you can and pick it
up. And pull the ramp out. Then we will go ahead and store the ramp again.
Then we will finalize tying down the motorcycle. And when you finalize it,
you can go ahead and pull down on the strap even tighter. Alright, with our
bike loaded up we are ready to hit the trail. And there you have it for
part number AMC400, from Rage Powersports products.
1969 AMC AMX
This is a special AMC AMX - one that brought together Ryan and his dad. It
was also my first time to drive a classic car!