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Classics1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War

22:00  11 september  2019
22:00  11 september  2019 Source:   motorious.com

This Dark Ivy Green 1970 Ford Mustang Fastback Arouses Envy

This Dark Ivy Green 1970 Ford Mustang Fastback Arouses Envy Gives a whole new meaning to “green with envy.” It’s not out of the ordinary for muscle cars, especially the classics, to evoke envy out of those who lay their eyes on them. That being said, this 1970 Ford Mustang Sportsroof Fastback is no exception. What’s more, it’s painted in the stunning Dark Ivy Green Metallic color that accentuates all its curves and gives it that extra-special appeal. This beauty is currently up for sale through Ellingson Motorcars in Rogers, Minnesota for $59,995. © Motorious.

1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War
1970 AMC AMX Primed To Start Bidding War

Not many of these high-performance sports cars are still around.

Pristine Plum Crazy 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda Is A Jaw-Dropper

Pristine Plum Crazy 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda Is A Jaw-Dropper Go ahead, wipe that drool. We’ll wait. You may have to pinch yourself, because this purple ‘Cuda is the stuff of dreams. GT Motor Cars in Wallingford, Connecticut, is pleased to announce that this beauty is now for sale. There are two full binders of information on the 1970 Plymouth Barracuda you see here. This car was debuted at the Muscle Car & Corvette Nationals in 2018. It has all its original tags, build sheet, motor, and driveline. The icing on the cake may be its breathtaking Plum Crazy exterior paint, which is one of the most sought-after colors on a Chrysler.

Back before the muscle car wars, American Motors was seen as mostly focusing on small, practical economy cars. The Javelin helped change that perception, showing the automaker could hang with the big boys in the pony niche. After that came the AMX, which revolutionized the company’s image further. You can own a piece of that historic move by purchasing this 1970 AMC AMX, which is both rare and incredibly interesting.

The car is in fantastic shape, in part thanks to the previous owner having purchased it way back in 1980. It’s obvious they valued this AMX, preserving the original interior as well as plenty of other factory equipment like the Big Bad Blue paint and ultra-cool side pipes. Most people would rightfully believe this ride has been restored.

Trans Am Tribute: 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302

Trans Am Tribute: 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 This Boss 302 pays tribute to the Trans-American Championship racecar. When it comes to classic racecars, it is extremely challenging and expensive to get your hands on a 'real deal' example. However, as we’ve seen with tributes such as this replica of the Rothman East African Safari 911SCRS, painstaking effort often goes into these recreations. This 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 pays homage to a Trans-American Championship racecar, and while it may not be the original, it’s still one wicked and clean ‘ Stang. 2S Motorcars in Cape Girardeau, Missouri offers this Mustang for sale.

That original setup includes the factory 360ci V8 4bbl engine with 258-horsepower on tap. An Air Grabber hood helps keep the fresh oxygen flowing in. There’s also a 3-seed Commando automatic transmission. All that really gets those factory-optional Rally wheels spinning.

An all-original Blue interior looks almost like this car just drove off the dealer lot for the first time. Both door panels show zero damage, while the seat upholstery is near flawless. Even the steering wheel, controls, and wood grain accents have a glossy luster. There’s also the OE AM/FM radio and optional center console, plus the Tach and Gauge Package.

One thing that really sets the American Motors AMX apart from the crowd is the fact it only comes with two seats. Many mistake this for a muscle car like the Dodge Charger or Chevy Chevelle when it’s actually more akin to the Corvette.

With only 4,116 AMXs made by American Motors in 1970, this car isn’t exactly in high supply on the market today. Finding one in any condition takes some effort, never mind locating a vehicle so well-preserved with the factory setup. If you’re interested in making this AMX yours, register to bid on it through GAA Classic Cars.

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