We are non profit chapter of the American Motors Owners Association located in the Denver, Colorado Metro Area. The club publishes a monthly newsletter that will give you a great place to find local and national news, Colorado Old Car Council news, vender info, and parts for sale. Our club consists of friends and families of the AMC Hobby and/or the interest in restoring, driving, racing and owning AMC vehicles. We are also open to non-AMC owners as well! We also have a Northern Colorado AMC club chapter for our member that live north of Denver! Membership is one club but with a separate meeting place in the Loveland area. We also have members from Wyoming. Come join the fun!!!
Northern Colorado AMC Car Club
Welcome to the Northere Colorado AMC Car Club where we keep the Red ,White and Blue Running Strong and Burning Rubber to this day
amc gremlin gremlins at st louis amc car show
St Louis AMC car show my 10 year old at the amc car show show loves trying to name them. GATEWAY AMC was the host for the
1989, 1999, and the 2009 (the one we taped) AMO NATIONALS
here,s there web page
w w w dot amonational dot com
74 AMC Javelin for sale American Motors
My 1974 AMC Javelin for sale, am selling off partial collection of classic AMC cars, there are many high resolution photos of this and my other AMC vehicles for sale on my website here:
Great AMC Day 8 2009 (GAD)
this is our 8th year of Great AMC Day, held at national trial raceway, Cols. Ohio. you will see a lot of Great AMC's and alot of Great people. If you would like more info or on th emailing list for next years GAD feel free to drop me a line.
1965 AMC MARLIN 2-DOOR FASTBACK, THREE YEAR RUN
THE MARLIN WAS CREATED BY AMERICAN MOTORS TO COMPETE AGAINST OTHER CAR MAKERS WITH THEIR FASTBACK CARS. IN ACTUALITY, THE MARLIN WAS A CLASSIC WITH A FASTBACK ROOF TACKED ON. BUILT ON A 112 INCH AMC CLASSIC CHASSIS AND POWERED BY A L-HEAD 6 CYLINDER, 232 CID, 145 HP ENGINE THAT ALSO POWERED AMBASSADOR AND CLASSIC MODELS, DID NOT CREATE THAT MUSCLE CAR FEEL. BUT, UNLIKE OTHER FASTBACK MODELS, THERE WAS PLENTY OF ROOM IN THE REAR SEAT AREA. MARLINS COULD COME IN OPTIONAL TWO AND THREE TONE PAINT SCHEMES, A THROWBACK TO PRE-AMC NASH AUTOMOBILES OF THE FIFTIES. THE MARLIN WAS THE MOST EXPENSIVE AMC MODEL SELLING FOR $3,100. THE FIRST YEAR RELEASE SOLD 10,327 UNITS, BUT ONLY 4,547 UNITS THE FOLLOWING YEAR WHEN THE MARLIN WAS DROPPED. VIEWING THIS ORIGINAL SURVIVOR MARLIN, IT HAS THE LOOK AND APPEARANCE OF A RAMBLER WITH THE MARLIN LOGO AND NAME PLATE THE ONLY DIFFERENCE. THE REAR END TAPERS NICELY BUT THE TRUNK LID OPENING IS RESTRICTED TO THAT TAPERED CENTER INSTEAD OF THE WHOLE REAR END. OVERALL THE MARLIN IS AN ATTRACTIVE CAR BUT PERHAPS IF IT HAD A MORE POWERFUL ENGINE AND PRESENTED ITSELF AS A REAL MUSCLE CAR THE SALES MIGHT HAVE BEEN HIGHER. THIS IS NOT ONLY AN ORIGINAL SURVIVOR BUT A RARE CAR SELDOM SEEN TODAY. Another rare original survivor brought to you by 55lincoln. THANKS VERY MUCH FOR VIEWING.
AMC Cars for 1967
AMC commercial from the pilot for the Carol Burnett Show, "Carol Plus 2," from somewhere in 1967. Check out the AMX show car on the top of the carrier. Marked as public domain on the www.archive.org website.
And for great places to drive in your AMC, go to my website, http://www.weekenddriver.com.