A Picture Review of
American Motors


 
 
 


 
 

 
 
From 1954 to 1987 
The End of an era

A Brief History of American Motors

American Motors was in the beginning stages back in 1878 when Thomas B. Jeffrey built and sold Rambler bicycles in Chicago. He was the first of the three key players of the companies that created American Motors in 1954.
The other two were Charles Nash and Joseph L. Hudson.

Charles Nash started Nash Motors in 1916 
He along with David Buick started building automobiles in 1903.
In 1912 he became president of General Motors. In 1916 he purchased Thomas B Jeffrey's company, in Kenosha and changed the name to the Nash Motors.The next year the first Nash was built.
During the First World War he became the largest producer of trucks in the USA. In 1919 the company bought half interest in the Seaman Body Corp. During the 1920's he continued to expand, buying LaFayett Motor Corp. and the Mitchell Motor car Company. By 1928 Nash Motors production exceeded 138,000 cars.
The years 1935 and 1936 brought new spirit to the automotive industry. Nash offered its "sealed-in" engine in 1935, an arrangement that had the intake manifold case into the block. In 1936 Nash acquired full ownership of the Seaman Body Corp.
In 1938, Nash introduced the first "conditioned air" heating and ventilating system.
In 1940, Nash again scooped its competitors with the "600" series, unit-bodied car which pioneered mass-produced unit construction. At the age of 72 he directed the merger of Nash and Kelvinator who's president George W Mason became president of the new company, Nash-Kelvinator and Nash became chairman of the board.
He served in this position until his death in 1948

Thomas B. Jeffrey built and sold Rambler bicycles in Chicago from 1878 to 1900. He was one of America's first men interested in automobiles in the late 19th century, and in 1897, he built himself a motorcar. In 1900 Jeffrey bought a plant in Kenosha, Wisconsin, where he planned to manufacture automobiles on a large scale. This plant is where the Rambler started its live. Jeffrey died in 1910, and his son Charles took over. Jeffrey had brought out a four-wheel-drive "Quad" truck in 1911, and this proved very popular with foreign governments for military use During World War I.

The Hudson Motor Car Company, founded in 1909 and building its first cars in 1910, when Joseph L. Hudson and seven business associates began producing a motorcar called the Hudson. J.L. Hudson died in 1912 and Roy D. Chapin headed the firm. He stayed with Hudson until his death in 1936.
During the First World War, Hudson became the world's largest manufacturer of six-cylinder cars. Jeffrey (soon to be Nash), became the world's largest producer of trucks.
In 1917 Hudson organized the Essex Motor Car Company, which from 1919 until 1932 built light, spirited models.
In the early years of the depression Hudson developed the long-lived Hudson Super Six and straight-eight engines.

During the Second World War both Nash and Hudson were busy in the nation's defense effort. It wasn't until 1948 and 1949 that Hudson and Nash brought out new designs. Hudson's famous "step-down" unibody and big-bore Six made their appearance in 1948. Nash brought out its "Airflyte" models the next year.
By 1950 the name Rambler meant a new small car in 1950. It marked the dawn of our present compact era.
The Nash-Healey, a forerunner of today's sports models, was brought out in 1951.
In the same year Hudson brought out the thrifty Pacemaker and peppy Hornet.
In 1952 the Hudson Jet made its appearance. The merger of Nash-Kelvinator Corporation and Hudson Motorcar Company created American Motors in 1954. 
One of AMC's first projects was the Nash Metropolitan the Austin-engined, British-built cars sold over 90,000 until 1962 with over 90,000 being sold.

The names Hudson and Nash finally disappeared in 1957. 
All models from that point on called Rambler.
The popular Rambler American, was introduced in 1958.

In the very early sixties, AMC started having its cars assembled in foreign plants - New Zealand and Australia, the Middle East, South America, Mexico, South Africa and Belgium all had AMC-assembling plants, and the Taiwanese Police were even outfitted with Ramblers.American Motors lasted thirty years. Then, poor product planning such as the seven-year lack of a four-cylinder engine for the Gremlin and millions of dollars on development money wasted on poorly conceived models lineup ruined the future for AMC.  They never recovered. By 1987 a trail of red ink followed behind a stumbling and eviscerated company, and Chrysler Motors purchased it for a fire-sale price. 

I would like to invite any one that has a favorite 
Nash or Hudson picture or a Web Page
that they would like added to this page to E mail me a copy.

John MacDonald
johnmacdoanld@summerville-novascotia.com

 

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American Motors was born in 1954
The Nash and Hudson names were still used until 1957
The Hudson's produced after 1954 were just a fancy Nash
or as they were called the Hash
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 1960 AMC Metropolitan Coupe
 1960 Rambler Rebel Super
   This car is owned by Jay Henry of North Smithfield, RI
1960 AMC Rambler Custom Cross Country Station Wagon
1960 AMC Rambler Custom Cross Country Station Wagon
 This car is owned by Casey Donovan   This car is owned by Casey Donovan
 1960 AMC American Station Wagon
 1960 AMC American Station Wagon
   
 1960 AMC Rambler American 2 Door Sedan
 1960 AMC Rambler American Sedan
   
 1960 Nash Rambler Custom 6
1960 AMC Rambler American Super 2 Door Station Wagon
 This car is one of ten Nash / American Motors cars that 
were owned by Monty Powell of Peoria Illinois
 
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 1960 Nash Metropolitan
 1960 AMC Rambler
This car is owned by  Joe Wait, Hutchinson Kansas  This car is owned by Craig Dykstra
It is all original with 5600 miles on it.
  1961 Ambassador Custom 4 Door Sedan
1961 AMC Rambler American 4 Door Sedan
   
 1961 Metropolitan Coupe
1961 Metropolitan Coupe
   
 1961 Rambler American Convertible
This car is owned by Jim Kinville 
 1961 Rambler Classic Super
This car is owned by Olle Ronn 
 
 
 
 1961 Rambler Classic 4 Door Sedan
 
 This car is owned by Dave Dietmeyer of Crestwood, KY 
He has just recently purchaced this car in Colorado
and it has 57 K on it
 
1962 Metropolitan Coupe
1962 Metropolitan Coupe
   
 1962 Metropolitan Convertible
 1962 Metropolitan Convertible
   
 1962 AMC Nash Metropolitan Sport Coupe
 1962 AMC Rambler American Convertible
   
 1962 Rambler Classic 400 Sedan
 1962 Rambler Classic 400 Sedan
 
 
 1962 AMC Rambler Classic Station Wagon
 1963 AMC Rambler Classic 660 Station Wagon
   
1963 Rambler American 440 Convertible
1963 Rambler American 440 Convertible
   
 1963 Rambler American 440 Convertible
 1963 Rambler American 440 Convertible
 
 
 1963 Rambler American 440 Convertible
 1963 Rambler Classic
This car is owned by Joe Wenger
 
 
 1963 Rambler Classic 4 Door Sedan
1963 Rambler Classic 660 2 Door Sedan 
 
 
1963 Rambler Classic 660 4 Door Sedan 
1963 Rambler Classic 660 Station Wagon 
 
 
 1963 Rambler Classic 770 V8 2 Door Sedan
1963 Rambler Classic 770 V8 2 Door Sedan 
 
 
1963 Rambler Station Wagon 
1963 AMC Rambler American 330 Station Wagon
   
 1963 AMC Rambler Ambassador 990 Station Wagon
 1963 AMC Rambler 770 Station Wagon
   
 1963 AMC Rambler Classic 770 Sedan
 1963 AMC Rambler American 440 Convertible
   
 1963 AMC Rambler Tarpon Fastback Coupe
 1963 Rambler Ambassador 880
   This car is one of ten Nash / American Motors cars that 
were owned by Monty Powell of Peoria Illinois
 
 1963 Rambler Classis 770 4 Door Sedan
 This car is one of seven Nash / American Motors cars that were owned by Bill Powell of Normal  IL   
 1964 990 Ambassador and a 1964 Rambler 770 Classic
 1964 Rambler 770 Classic
 This picture was submitted by Carol Decoeur from
Southern California and the 1964 770 Classic is owned by her
This car is owned by Carol Decoeur from
Southern California
 1964 AMC Rambler Ambassador 990 H Sport Coupe
 1964 AMC Rambler Tarpon Fastback Coupe Concept Car
1964 Rambler Classic 770 Sedan
 1964 AMC Rambler American 440 Convertible
   
 1964 AMC Rambler Ambassador 990
 1964 AMC Rambler Ambassador 990
Cross Country Station Wagon
 
 
 1964 AMC Rambler Tarpon Fastback Coupe Show Car
 1964 Rambler American 440 Convertible
This car is owned by David and Denise Dvorak 
 1964 Rambler American Hardtop
 1964 Rambler Classic
 This car is owned by Steve Parson  This car is owned by Gwen Smith
 1965 AMC Ambassador 990 Cross Country Station Wagon
 1965 Ambassador  990 Convertible
   This car is owned by Joe Howard
 1965 AMC Rambler 440 American Convertible
1965 AMC Marlin
   
1965 Rambler Classic 660 Cross Country
1965 Rambler Classic 660 Cross Country
   
 1965 AMC Marlin
1965 AMC Rambler Classic 770 
Cross Country Station Wagon
   
 1965 AMC Rambler 990 Ambassador
Cross Country Station Wagon
1965 AMC Rambler 990 Ambassador Sport Coupe
   
 1965 Rambler American
 1965 Rambler Classic 770 Convertible
   
 1965 Rambler Ambassador 990 Convertible
 1965 Rambler Ambassador 990 Convertible
   
 1965 AMC Rambler Ambassador  990 Convertible.
 1965 Marlin
 This car is owned by Brad Busque, Simsbury CT
Brad is the web-master and treasurer for the AMC Rambler Club (AMCRC), a international club with about 1900 members
 This car is owned by Gordon & Jeanne Tobin, 
Castleton,Vermont
 1965 Rambler Classic 550
 1965 Rambler Classic 550
 
 
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 1965 Rambler Classic 550
 1965 Ambassador 990 Cross Country
 This car is owned by Ralpf, Northern California.  This car is owned by Suzanne Edmonds. This was a car that her parents bought new, and she grew up with. And it became her first car.  She and her husband spent the last three years restoring it.
 1966 Marlin
This car is owned by Joe and Peggy Howard 
 1966 Rambler American Convertible
This car is owned by Don Wiese
 
 
1966 AMC Rambler Classic 770 Station Wagon
1966 Rambler Marlin
   
 1966 Ambassador 990 Cross Country 4 Door Wagon
 1966 Ambassador 990 Cross Country 4 Door Wagon
   
1966 Rambler Marlin
 1966 Rambler American 440 Hardtop
   
 1966 Rambler Marlin
 1966 Rambler Marlin
 
 
 1966 AMC Ambassador Sport Coupe
 1966 AMC Marlin Fastback Coupe
   
  1966 AMC Ambassador Convertible
 1966 AMC Ambassador
   
 1966 AMC Ambassador Convertible
 1966 AMC Rambler Classic 770 Hardtop
   
 1966 AMC Ambassador
 1966 AMC Marlin
   
  1966 Marlin
 1966 Rambler Rebel
 This picture was submitted by Carol Decoeur from
Southern California
This car is owned by Christine McGowan 
 
 1967 Ambassador 880 Sports Sedan
 
 This car is owned by Dave Williams  
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 1967 Hilliard H Hamletts AMC Protective
Maintenance Card
 1967 Owners Protective Maintance Book
 This picture was submitted by Jack Hamlett, Edgewood, Maryland
The American Motors card carried by Jack's grandfather. 
There is a mistake on this card as his name was Hilliard H. Hamlett instead of H. Hilliard Hamlett as
written on the card
This picture was submitted by
Jack Hamlett, Edgewood, Maryland
 1967 AMC Ambassador DPL Convertible
 1967 AMC Ambassador DPL Convertible
   
 1967 AMC Ambassador DPL Convertible
 1967 Rambler American
   
 1967 AMC Rebel SST
 1967 AMC Marlin
   
 1967 AMC Ambassador 990
Cross Country StationWagon
 1967 AMC Ambassador 990 Sedan
   
1967 AMC Marlin
1967 AMC Rambler American
   
1967 AMC Ambassador DP Convertible
1967 AMC Ambassador DPL Convertible
1967 AMC Rebel 2 Door Hardtop
 1967 AMC Ambassador DLP 340 2 Door
   
 1967 AMC Ambassador DPL Convertible
 1967 AMC Marlin Fastback Coupe
   
 1967 AMC Marlin Fastback Sport Coupe
  1967 AMC Marlin Fastback Coupe
   
 1967 AMC Rambler American Sport Sedan
 1967 Ambassador 990 4 Door Sedan
 
This car is one of ten Nash / American Motors cars that 
were owned by Monty Powell of Peoria Illinois
 1967 AMC Rambler Rebel 770 
Cross Country Station Wagon
1967 AMC Rambler Rebel SST Convertible
   
1967 Rambler Rebel 770 4 Door Sedan
This car is one of seven Nash / American Motors cars that were owned by Bill Powell of Normal  IL USA
1968 AMC Ambassador SST Sport Coupe
   
 1967 Ambassador Wagon 990
 1967 Ambassador Wagon
This car is owned by Matt Wilson, Phoenix,AZ.
In Matts words "This 1967 Ambassador factory 4-speed station wagon 990 ,maybe only a few ever built this way !!!! " Da ' FREAK " 
I will be restoring this car and enjoying it for many years .   My friends restoration shop where I can do the work and enjoy other muscle cars and great friends.  Think about it!
 A 1967 Ambassador Wagon with a factory installed 343 4bbl, 2.64 1st gear T-10 4 spd, 3.15 limited slip rear, dual exhaust, power disc brakes, quick ratio manual steering, front bench seat all in Barbados Blue paint with a dark
blue interior.
   There may have only been between 9 & 12, 1967 full size wagons built with the 343 4bbl 4 spd combo period. This may be the rarest Regular Production AMC ever built. Rarer than the 1969 ½ Hurst prepared SS AMX. or Hurst SC/Rambler !" (Shown elsewhere on this page)"
 This painting shows what Matt Wilson's car will look like when completed. The painting is by Danny Whitfield and is used withhis permission.
http://www.dannywhitfield.com/amc.html
 
 
 1968 AMC AMX 390
1968 AMC AMX 390
   
 1968 Javelin SST
This car is owned by Scott Watson
 1968 Javelin SST
This car is owned by Scott Watson
 
 
 1968 Rebel Convertible Machine 401 LAPD Interceptor
This car is owned by Eddie Stakes
 1968 Rambler American 4 Door Sedan
This picture was posted on alt.binaries.pictures.autos 
by Magister Max 
   
1968 AMC Javelin
 1968 AMC Rambler American 440 Station Wagon
 
 
 1968 AMC Ambassador DPL Station Wagon
1968 Rambler American
This car is owned by Scott Watson, Pittsburgh PA USA
  1969 AMC AMX 390
This car is owned by Joe Howard
1969 AMC  Javelin
This car is one of seven Nash / American Motors cars that were owned by Bill Powell of Normal  IL
 
 
 1969 Rambler 4 Door Sedan
 1969 Rambler 440 Wagon
 This car is owned by Paul Shaffer  This car is owned by Eddie Stakes
 1969 AMC Ambassador DPL Sedan
1969 AMC Rambler Rogue Sport Coupe
   
 1969 AMC Ambassador DPL Station Wagon
 1969 AMC Ambassador SST Sport Coupe
 
 
 1969 AMC Hurst SC-Rambler 390 Sport Coupe
1969 AMC Rambler American Station Wagon
 
 

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 1969 AMC Hurst SC-Rambler
 1969 AMC Hurst SC-Rambler
 This car belongs to Matt and Valeri Wilson of
Uniontown Pa.
This  picture is also of Matt and Valeri's car but it is a painting done by Danny Whitfield http://www.dannywhitfield.com/scrambler.html 
   
 1969 AMC Javelin SST
 1969 AMC Javelin SST Sport Coupe
   
 1969 AMC Rambler American
 1969 Rambler (the Machine)
   
1969 AMC AMX 390 2 Door Coupe
1969 AMC AMX 390 2 Door Coupe
   
 1969 AMC Javelin SST 2 Door
 1969 AMC AMX 390
 
 
 1969 AMC Javelin SST Sport Coupe
1969 AMC AMX-2 Show Car
   
 1969 AMC Amx 390
 1969 AMC Scrambler 390
 
 
 1970 Ambassador SST
 1970 AMC Amx 390
 This car is one of ten Nash / American Motors cars that 
were owned by Monty Powell of Peoria Illinois
 
 1970 AMC Gremlin
  1970 AMC Gremlin
 
 
  1970 AMC Gremlin
  1970 AMC Gremlin
 
 
 1970 AMC Gremlin
 1970 AMC Hornet
 
 
 1970 AMC Javelin SST
 1970 AMC Javelin SST
 
 
 1970 AMC Rebel The Machine
 1970 AMC Javelin
 
 
 1970 AMC Javelin 390 Custom
1970 AMC Rebel SST Sport Coupe 
 
 
 1970 AMC AMX 390 Sport Coupe
 1970 AMC Gremlin + VW Beetle Comparison
 
 
 1970 AMC Gremlin Hatchback Sport Sedan
1970 AMC Hornet Coupe 
 
 
 1970 AMC Ambassador SST Sedan
 1970 AMC Ambassador SST Sport Coupe
   
 1970 AMC Hornet Sedan
 1970 AMC Hornet 340 Sedan
   
 1970 AMC Rebel Station Wagon
 1970 AMC Hornet
   This car is one of seven Nash / American Motors cars that were owned by Bill Powell of Normal  IL 
 
 1971 AMC Matador The Machine 401
 
 
 
 1971 AMC Hornet Sportabout DL Station Wagon
1971 AMC Hornet Sportabout Station Wagon
   
 1971 AMC Hornet SST SC 360 Sport Sedan
 1971 AMC Hornet 304 Sportabout Station Wagon
   
 1971 AMC Gremlin
1971 AMC Hornet SC 360
   This car is owned by Mark Ogulnick, Boulder City, Nevada 
Mark is the president of the AMC club in Las Vegas 
 1971 AMC Javelin AMX Coupe
 1971 AMC Javelin Sport Coupe
   
 1971 AMC Matador 360 Station Wagon
 1971 AMC Matador SST Coupe
   
 1971 AMC Gremlin + Hornet
Drag On Lady Super Stock Racers
 1971 AMC Sc 360
   
 1972 AMC Ambassador 2 Door Hardtop SST
 1972 AMC Ambassador 2 Door Hardtop SST
 This car is owned by 
Wayne MacQuarrie, Lower Sackville,  Nova Scotia

Wayne had the following to say about this car
" I just found a matching #'s 1972 Ambassador 2Dr. hardtop SST which I purchased from the origional owner who is now 90. This car has been in Halifax since new. 
In order to actually drive the car I freed up the brakes [had not been driven in over 5 years], changed the oil etc, hit the key and drove around the block. I have since discovered some rust but very little --- surprising since it's been here for 35 years.

 
 1972 AMC Ambassador
This picture was submitted by Jack Hamlett
Edgewood, Maryland
 1972 AMC Ambassador
This picture was submitted by Jack Hamlett
Edgewood, Maryland
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 1972 AMC Ambassador
 1972 AMC Ambassador
 This car is owned by Jack Hamlett, Ephrata, Pennsylvania
This is the same car shown above. Jack is restoring it to a
vintage police car
 
Jack Hamlett has got his car to the point of installing the decals.
The following is Jack's reasons for these particular decals and what else he plans on doing with the car. More pictures will follow.
"I cannot wait till the whole project is done!
 Over the next 2 or 3 weeks, my friend (who used to be a fire chief) and me will be installing the vintage red light on the roof, the old time mechanical siren under the hood, red grill lights on the front bumper guards, and rewiring the high beam lights to blink on and off.  We also might install a small horn loudspeaker on the roof with a PA system inside like the old time police cars had.
Now regarding the decals.........they might seem a little unusual.  See, there was a time when my Ambassador was leaking water badly (freeze plugs, etc. were bad), I could afford to do little with the car, and I thought surely I would have to sell off the car which was my first car and very sentimental to me.  But I prayed a lot to the Lord, and He blessed me immensely that now I am not only able to restore the Ambassador, but I also have two other antique cars, a 1974 Mercury Comet in beautiful condition and a 1974 Ford Torino in decent shape."
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 Jack tells me that the car now has its light and siren and he is
still looking for a set of small hubcaps for the car like what
were on the Matador police cars at that time, and he is also
working on getting some grill lights for the car yet.
The car, which Jack's father named Gentleman Jim, is a
real attention getter.
 
 
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In Jacks words,
"And now the Ambassador police car with it's hubcaps on and its red grill lights.  The hubcaps on the car in these pictures are an original set of American Motors police style hubcaps like what would have been on the 1972 Matador and 1972 Ambassador police cars. 
I thank the Lord for helping me to track down this set of hubcaps.  It took me 3 months to find them, but they are the most authentic hubcaps one could ever put on the car.
Another recent addition to the car was a pa horn under the
hood with mike, etc. under the dash.
   
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 1972 AMC Ambassador Police Car
 1972 AMC Ambassador Police Car
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This 1972 Ambassador is the same car shown above which was owned by Jack Hamlett who sold the car a few years ago.  It is now owned by Andrew Trushaw. After Jack sold 
it the car was turned into a LAPD "Adam 12" type clone. From what the current owner told me it had a couple of owners. Andrew purchased the car in October 2015,
The vehicle is now marked Northampton Police (MA). Still has low miles and runs like a champ.
 1972 AMC Ambassador Police Car
 
 
 
 1972 AMC Matador Police Cruiser
 1972 Javlin AMX
   
 1972 AMC Matador Station Wagon
 1972 AMC Javlin
   
 1972 AMC Javelin AMX Sport Coupe
 1972 AMC Javelin Sport Coupe
 
 
 1972 AMC Ambassador SST Sedan
1972 AMC Ambassador DPL Hardtop
 
 
 1972 AMC Ambassador Hardtop
1972 AMC Ambassador Sedan
 
 
 1972 Amc Hornet SST
 1972 Gremlin
 
 
 1972 AMC Ambassador Brougham Station Wagon
 1972 AMC Matador 4Door Sedan
   
 1973 AMC Ambassador Brougham Station Wagon
 1973 AMC Javlin
   This car is one of seven Nash / American Motors cars that were owned by Bill Powell of Normal  IL 
1973 AMC Gremlin Hatchback Coupe
 1973 AMC Gremlin X Sport Hatchback Coupe
   
 1973 AMC Hornet Sedan
 1973 AMC Hornet X Sport Hatchback Coupe
   
 1973 AMC Matador Sedan
 1973 AMC Matador Station Wagon
   
 1973 AMC Ambassador Brougham 401 Sport Coupe
 1973 AMC Hornet DL Station Wagon
 
 
 1973 AMC Ambassador Hardtop
 1973 Amc Hornet Hatch Back
 
 
 1973 Hornet 232ci 2 Door Coupe
 1973 Hornet 232ci 2 Door Coupe
 
 
 
 1973 Hornet 232ci 2 Door Coupe
 
   
 1973 AMC Matador 2 Door Hardtop
1973 AMC Matador 2 Door Hardtop 
 This car is owned by Jim Shadwick
The pictures were taken at the AMCRC
Show Sacramento CA in 2005
 
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 1973  AMC Hornet 4 Door Sedan
 1973  AMC Hornet 4 Door Sedan
This picture was submitted by Andres Acosta, Saltillo Coah., Mexico
This car has the original paint and it has never been restored.
The car is owned by his father.
 
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 1973  AMC Hornet 4 Door Sedan
 1973  AMC Hornet 4 Door Sedan
 
 
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 1973  AMC Hornet 4 Door Sedan
 1973  AMC Hornet 4 Door Sedan
 
 
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 1973 AMC Javelin Ad
1973 AMC AMX Ad
   
 1974 AMC Hornet Sport Sedan
 1974 AMC Hornet Station Wagon
   
 1974 AMC Matador Coupe NASCAR
Mark Donahue Racer
 1974 AMC Matador Sedan
   
 1974 AMC Ambassador Brougham Station Wagon
 1974 AMC Javelin SST Sport Coupe
   
 1974 AMC Hornet Hatchback Coupe
 1974 AMC AMX Javelin SST
   
 1974 AMC Matador Station Wagon
 1974 AMC Hornet
   
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1975 AMC Gremlin X Hatchback
 
   
 1975 AMC Hornet Sport Coupe
 1975 AMC Hornet Sportabout Touring Station Wagon
   
 1975 AMC Matador Brougham Station Wagon
 1975 AMC Pacer X
   
 
 1975 AMC Pacer X Sport Hatchback Coupe
 
   
 1976 AMC Gremlin Basic Hatchback Coupe
 1976 AMC Hornet DL Sedan
   
 1976 AMC Hornet Hatchback Sport Coupe
 1976 AMC Hornet Sport Coupe
   
1976 AMC Hornet Sportabout Station Wagon
 1976 AMC Matador Brougham Sport Coupe
   
 1976 AMC Pacer DL Sport Coupe
 1976 AMC Pacer X Hatchback
   
 1976 AMC Pacer
 1977 AMC Pacer Wagon
 This car is one of seven Nash / American Motors cars that were owned by Bill Powell of Normal  IL   
 1977 AMC Hornet Sportabout Station Wagon
 1977 AMC Hornet DL Sedan
   
 1977 AMC Matador Sedan
 1977 AMC Matador Station Wagon
   
1977 AMC Matador Coupe
 1977 AMC Hornet AMX Hatchback Sport Coupe
   
1977 AMC Concept Electron Mini Car
1977 AMC Pacer 2 Door Station Wagon
   
 1977 AMC Gremlin X
 1977 AMC Hornet AMX
 
 
 1977 AMC Hornet Pickup conversion
 1977 AMC Hornet Pickup conversion
 
 
  1978 AMC Pacer
 1978 AMC Concord 2  Door
 
 
 1978 AMC Pacer 2 Door Station Wagon
 1978 AMC Concord AMX Sport Coupe
   
 1978 AMC Concord DL Sport Coupe
 1978 AMC Matador Barcelona Coupe
   
 1978 AMC Concord Sport Coupe
 1978 AMC Concord Sport Hatchback
   
  1978 AMC Gremlin GT Hatchback Sport Coupe
 1978 AMC Pacer DL Hatchback Sport Wagon
 
 
 1978 AMC Matador Coupe
 1978 AMC Matador Coupe
   
 1978 AMC Spirit 2 Door Coupe
1978 AMC Spirit 2 Door Coupe
   
 1979 AMC Eagle 4 Wheel Drive
1979 AMC Concord DL Sedan
 
 1979 AMC Pacer Dl Hatchback
1979 AMC Pacer Wagon
1979 AMC Concord Limited Station Wagon
1979 AMC Concord Silver Anniversary Sport Coupe
1979 AMC Pacer DL Hatchback Sport Wagon
1979 AMC Pacer Limited Hatchback Sport Coupe
1979 AMC Spirit DL Liftback Sport Coupe
1980 AMC Eagle 2 Door Sedan
   
 1980 AMC Eagles 4 Wheel Drive
1980 AMC Pacer
 
 
1980 AMC Pacer Wagon
1984 AMC Eagle 4 WD Sedan
 
 
1986 AMC Eagle Woody Wagon
1986 AMC Eagle Woody Wagon
 
1986 AMC Eagle Woody Wagon
1986 AMC Eagle Woody Wagon
 
1987 AMC Eagle Wagon
This car is owned by Sandy Busque, Simsbury CT
She and her and my daughter Kassie enjoy showing the car, 
which has won several 1st place trophies

Click here to view the American Motors Cars from 1954 to 1959

Click here to view the  Cars of American Motors from 1954 to 1959


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1937 Chrysler Convertible
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This page shows the complete frame off rebuild
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There are many pictures showing the details of this rebuild
All you Kaiser lovers would like to have one of these. Watch it being made.
Eric Gordon's 1954 Kaiser
Convertible Convertion
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A 1951 Deluxe which comes to a startling end
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A website featuring many articles on many different cars If you can't find it anywhere else, try here
Weird Machines.com
An interesting site with a lot of differnet cars
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A very imformative AM site
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He has used the plans provided on my web page and is building a Covered Bridge for his Live Steam train.
Tour the 64 remaining Covered Bridges of New Brunswick
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If any one is interested in Microsoft's Flight Simulator I have written some scenery files for Summerville. Maitland, Windsor and Hantsport.
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