1970 amc gremlin road race car testing @ HPR 12-27-13
out testing my AMC Gremlin road race car @ High Plains Raceway, Byers Colorado. Car was originally built for the 24 hours of Lemons / chump car endurance racing series. Although the cage does fit into FIA article 253 specs so its basically legal for Rally racing as well. Powered by a 1996 Jeep cherokee 4.0 HO motor and 2wd AX-15 5 speed jeep trans. Running the full jeep harness, ecu and fuel injection. The rear end is out of a 1996 ford explorer, 8.8 with 3:73 gears & factory limited slip. Not sure how well that LSD works anymore, getting significant wheel spin coming out of corners. suspension is stock cut springs in front, stock leafs in back, factory front sway and explorer rear sway bar. the Jeep ecu thinks its going 110 when its really doing 80 due to tire size which kicks in the top speed limiter. A re flash should solve this. pedal arrangement is funky so its hard to heal toe / rev match, the car is a work in progress.
chevy monza racer and 1968 - 1969 390 amc amx race car
the red monza is vicious . damb that car is too bad. the amx at the tail end of the clip is sweet as can be. sorry video is choppy . dont have a video editor that can handle mpg4. so i didnt chop out the extra footage .
My Car Story with Lou Costabile 1970 AMC AMX Javelin 390 Mark Donohue in factory Big Bad Blue
On “My Car Story” we're in Rosemont IL at the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals on 11-20-14. We’re looking at a 1970 American Motors AMC AMX Javelin 390 Mark Donohue in factory Big Bad Blue. The car's Owner is Roger Nelson. Roger’s had this car since 2007. This car is the unique “Mark Donohue” edition and in the factory paint color Big Bad Blue. ENJOY!
1971 Trans Am Javelin AMX
This AutoAcademics video of a 1971 Trans Am Javelin AMX replica shows the attention to detail during the car's restoration. The nostalgic paint scheme and every sponsor graphic is just as it was on the original Penske race car. A beautiful 4-year restoration done very well. Contact www.autoacademics.net for more information. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel. LIKE us on Facebook. FOLLOW us on Twitter.