401 V8 bored .30 over 727 auto trans. burgandy red. black interior, all original car. matching numbers. magnum wheels- american racing. dual exaust. original casette player(still works). racing seat covers as seats are a little worn, but good shape. car is a little dirty due to being covered by a car cover, as im 15 and just bought the car a month ago. All body work is good a little rust in the right lower qtr panel, but nothing not fixable.
Jim Richards AMX Javelin Reveal - first video Touring Car Masters Unveil AMC Muscle
Touring Car Masters Jim Richards Reveals his '73 AMC AMX Javelin which will race the 2012 tcm season and debut at the clipsal 500 adelaide
Jim Richards Racing kindly invited a few Javelin Car Club members along to the factory to have a close up look at the recently completed Bruce Tyson Built Javelin.
Everyone was very impressed, Particularly at the attention to detail throughout this magnificent machine. And the sound of that engine was just brilliant. After a 2 year build, it was well worth the wait. We look forward to watching the amc Javelin winning races.
Thanks to Jim and his crew for answering loads of questions from the keen Javelin owners and we wish you all the best for the season.
1974 AMC Javelin prime for the next car show and cruise.
AMC AMX Burnout
Couple revs and a quick burnout, no brakes like you should do it. 401..30 over..727 auto. Not full throttle..lady down the road was bitchin:)
West Coast All AMC Show with AMX III
Lance Lambert travels to Irwindale, CA to an AMC show and an in-depth look at the AMX III. This short excerpt from a longer program shows some of the cars and the AMX 3. Music by Susan and the Surftones. More info at vintagevehicletv.com
This is my 1972 amc javelin with a freshly built 401 punched 60 over with custom Ross pro pistons, head work, cam ect.. my machine guy curt and Ifrom south vally machine are expecting very close to 500hp I have been building this car for 2 years still looking for some parts to complete it all interior is new or cleaned up on the parts you cant get new. this car was striped down to nothing media blasted top to bottom and the paint is about 4 months old i stuck a 73 grill on it cause my 72 grill was destroyed and im trying to find a amx tub grill for it but there are very expensive and hard to find so the 73 will do for now i have done a cuda a few Mustangs this has been the hardest car to do almost there soon i will be able to drive it and see what it can do the amc javelin community is destroying these cars because they drive up the parts so much you cant even afford to buy the parts and that why you dont see many of them because they are such a headache to do and its cost me more $ and headache's then my cuda did
1974 AMC Javelin AMX: It's Alive!
It's alive! Watch the video! Matt Manska and Gary Shuerman get my Javelin AMX running. Remember, it's been sitting since 1976 with only 36,511 original miles. It was started once in 1981 and once in 1989 and that's all. I siphoned 12 gallons of fuel out of the tank, replaced with fresh gasoline and installed a new starter. The rest of the pre-starting mechanics were handled by Matt Manska and Gary Shuerman (thanks guys!): They installed a new fuel filter, new air filter, new battery, new spark plugs, new plug wires, new points and condensor, new cap and rotor, added Marvel Mystery oil to the fuel tank and engine, added coolant to the radiator, and primed the engine using a small block Chevy oil pump priming tool. And, it started!