1971 AMC Javelin AMX 360, one of only 55 cars ever made! This is a rare car as it is, but to see something so beautifully restored in this gorgeous Burnished Brown Metallic paint, it’s definitely a feast for the eye! Terry Weiner is the original owner of the car till present. The AMX name originates from the “American Motors eXperimental” code used on a concept vehicle and then on two prototypes shown on the company’s “Project IV” automobile show tour in 1966.
1971 AMC Javelin AMX 360, one of only 55 cars ever made!
The vehicle has already won awards such as the prestige Best in show American motors owners’ association in 2009. With all original data tabs, that tell you the body number, color trim and original emblems and markings, this car is truly the real deal. He even gives us an explanation of why he got the two barrel instead of four, since apparently the insurance was not keen to young people driving pony cars even in the ‘70s. Terry says that he was going for the authentic look when he restored it. He wanted to duplicate every single detail. He says that it’s a luxury to be the first and only owner of this amazing 1971 AMC Javelin AMX! Check out the video!