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!!!
Brian's AMC Bone Yard
We went out to Sask., to grab as many AMC parts as we could before the
crusher comes for all these cars. Here's a an overview of the yard.
These cars are probably gonna be gone within a week or so.
1968 AMC AMX for sale at Gateway Classic Cars in St. Louis, MO
For sale is a 1968 AMC AMX. This recently restored classic is coated in a
high gloss cinnamon spice paint with cream cloth interior. The AMX also
offers white racing strips running the length of the car. Under the hood is
a 390 CID V8 engine with 375 hp and a 727 automatic transmission. The
exterior of the car has been altered with shaved door handles and trunk
lock. The doors open with the push of a button located on a key fob.
Options include: B&M Shifter, AM/FM Radio, CD Player, Power Brakes, Power
Steering, and Cloth Interior. This is a very powerful car and is ready to
hit the street. In '68 the AMC AMX was introduced and this is your chance
to have a first production year classic sports car. To view the AMC AMX
visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com or our St. Louis showroom. For more
information please call 618-271-3000.
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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.
1972 AMC Matador sedan
1972 AMC Matador sedan, 58K miles. AMC 360, 9:1 compression, forged
pistons, Edelbrock Performer cam, intake and Performer 750 cfm carb. Hedman
headers with full dual Exhaust and turbo mufflers. Original paint and