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  • Year: 1970
  • Make: AMC
  • Model: AMX
  • Submodel: Go-Pac

The first steel-bodied American two-seater since the Ford Thunderbird, the AMC AMX (for American Motors Experimental), was made perhaps most famous by Craig and Lee Breedlove, who prior to the car’s availability even through dealers, had managed to rack up an impressive array of 106 American and international speed and endurance records to their and the stout AMX’s credit.

Finished in striking Matador Red with black interior, this exceptionally well cared for and highly original 1970 AMC AMX features; original 360cid Typhoon 290hp 395lbft V8, power steering, power brakes, original Shift Command center console shift automatic transmission, original interior, Go-Pac, and 33K original miles.

This stunningly well cared for AMX was purchased new from Buran American in Milwaukee Wisconsin and when traded back into the dealership some time later, was retained by Buran himself in his personal collection until his death in the late 1980s. ince that time this special automobile has been owned by only a few serious enthusiasts and has been carefully preserved.

This rare AMX (One of only 836 produced) comes with its original owners manual, vehicle specific consumer information packet, and owner identification card (or Certi-card), and build sheet. The dedicated AMC enthusiast or knowledgeable collector will want to secure this highly sought after AMX while they can!