AMC Javelin

1971 American Motors Javelin vintage test drive video. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------AMC Javelin, second generation design (1971 -1974). The Javelin was restyled for 1971 and like the Mustang of the period, became bigger in most every dimension. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Today the AMC Javein is fast gaining a following for being unique and and as a muscle car for those who dare to be different. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------AMC was purchased by Chrysler Corporation in 1987 in order to acquire the Jeep brand, which AMC had owned since 1970. With the purchase by Chrysler, AMC became the last independent and thsu ended a long history dating back to 1902. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- AMC will live on in the cars that remain and which are cherised by those who dare to break away from the pack.

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Muscle Car Of The Week Episode #88: 1970 AMC Javelin Trans Am Video
http://www.musclecaroftheweek.com - AMC made a hard run at Trans Am racing in the late 1960s by enlisting such racing superstars as Ronnie Kaplan, Mark Donahue, Peter Revson, Roger Penske, and others to help them turn the Javelin into a competitive race car. For 1970, the Javelin SST Trans Am production car car wore the colors of the AMC racing team on the outside, and performance upgrades like the 325 HP 390 V8, 4-speed manual transmission, upgraded suspension, a 3.90:1 rear gear, disc brakes, and other goodies underneath the skin. AMC took 2nd in points in Trans Am in 1970, and 100 street versions were made to make the race car legal for SCCA racing. Today, we share fantastic example from the Brothers Collection in this episode.




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