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Red / White / Blue AMX 390 “X” Code - Hurst 4-Speed with Dual Quads

For sale: 1969 AMC AMX

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Item location:
Buckeye, Arizona, United States
Red / White / Blue
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Leather Seats
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1969 AMC AMX - Built by AMC enthusiast who has built award winning AMC’s but this was not built as a trailer queen as his others; this was built for fun. Just like the good old days, you can have fun rippin' down the road with a Hurst Competition shifter under your knuckles, banging’ on yourT-10 4-speed, with a 390gulping’ air and fuel from a dual-quad intake and Flowmasters barkin’ out the rear with arumpity-rump-rump cam! This should be on a Rat Fink T-Shirt!
This AMX drives smooth and is a pleasure to just cruisearound in, take to the weekly car show or Cars and Coffee get together. The carbs are finely tuned and the progressive linkage insures a smooth transition to all eight barrels of fun. The 3.15 gears allow easy freeway cruising.

Starting with an original“X” code (390 factory equipped),“M” code (factory 4-speed) from Southern California / Arizona that is absolutely RUST FREE and retains ALL ORIGINAL PANELS, this original Beal Street Blue AMX which was factory equipped with Charcoal Leather interior was transformed into this beautiful AMX.Driven almost 350 miles, all new-build bugs have been worked out for your drivingpleasure. Car is being sold to help finance the completeresto-mod of a Pierre Cardin Javelin. Following is a description of all work performed:
  • Rust-Free. That means original factory installed sheetmetal on all panels (exterior, underside, inside...rust free!).
  • This is an original 390 4-speed Go-Pack AMX.
  • Original BealStreet Blue.
  • Red/White/Blue AMC Competition colors.
  • Paint is good with a few runs & chips. Paint has not been color sanded and buffed.
  • Has incorrect driver side door. Door tag represents a 1969 Javelin.
  • Factory VIN tag has not been replaced; original factory rivets.
  • Electric wipers.
  • All NEW electrical wiring front to rear.
  • Original (not reproduction) Grille.
  • New aluminum radiator.
  • Legendary Interior reproduction Charcoal Leather panels and seats to original 1969 patterns.
  • All factory gauges work.
  • Hurst Super Comp Shifter - rebuilt by Hurst, Inc. to as new factory specifications.
  • All new Weatherstripping and Seals.
  • Competition Style Fire Extinguisher.
  • All steering and suspension restored.
  • Modern single-piston power front disk brakes.
  • PowerSteering.
  • 3.15:1 Dana Model 20 Twin-Grip rear axle.
  • The wheels shown, while not original to this AMX are were pulled from the owners inventory and areORIGINAL 14" x 7”UN-RESTORED DEALER OPTION from another 1969 AMX!
  • This is a 1969 390 short-block.
  • Retains factory 4.165”bore (Standard).
  • Retains factory 3.574” stroke (Standard).
  • Retains factory 10.25:1 compression.
  • New rings, bearings and seals.
  • Hi-Performance Hydraulic Cam installed with .473” Intake lift / .496” Exhaust lift. Advertised Duration: 289/300 or 214/224 @ .050”. 112 LSA.
  • 401“Dog Leg” Cylinder Heads rebuilt with 2.025” Intake valves & 1.685” Exhaust valves. 62cc chambers yield approximately 9.0:1 compression
  • Pump gas friendly
  • Hooker Competition 1 3/4” headers are Ceramic Coated.
  • Offenhauser Dual-Quad intake fitted with a pair of Edelbrock 625 CFM Carburetors and progressive linkage.
  • Flowmaster Series 40 mufflers.
I am posting this ad for my friend Bob as he is the owner and in possession of the AMX (and clear Arizona Title). Bob can be reached @ 623-256-8071 (Arizona). Bob has approved the contents of this ad.Please call with any questions BEFORE PLACING A SINGLE BID ON THIS AMX! If you do not communicate before bidding, it is understood you have no questions or concerns.

On Feb-01-17 at 20:53:02 PST, seller added the following information:

Owner just found some old paperwork! When he purchased the car, the last owner wrote down the door trim tag data and unfortunately, lost the trim tag. But the written record is as follows:Body RO17248Model 6939-7Trim 931LPaint 64AEO 38844Furthermore, researching the VIN & Trim Tag information shows this AMX was built on Monday, December 2nd, 1968. On that week (Monday through Saturday) there were 83 (yes, only Eighty Three!) AMX’s built on the East Line (AMX’s were only built on the East Line).1969 AMX Production:1st 1969 AMX off the assembly line: August 24, 1968Last 1969 AMX off the assembly line: July 18, 1969Total 1969 AMX production: 8,239This AMX advertised had 3,966 AMX’s built in the weekspreceding the production week

On Feb-02-17 at 16:48:57 PST, seller added the following information:

Pictures added 02/02/2017 on the 49th birthday (+2 months) of this AMX

On Feb-03-17 at 20:38:29 PST, seller added the following information:

Pictures of underside added 02/03/2017.

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