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1969 390 Auto
Location

NSW

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AMX-01 This in AMX number 1 of 24, Nino has done a fantiatic job of turning this car into a show winner. It runs later model 1970 front panels and grill. The two tone paint job is a combination of Berri and Aqua. Nino also ownes AMX number 17.
AMI Body No: AMX9-01
AMC Body No:
Build Date:  1969
Engine:      401
Trans:       727 TF Auto
Owner:       Nino
Location:    Perth, WA
Purchased:  
Listed:      Jan 2007

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AMX-02 The second AMX was restored by South Australian, Doug Abrahams after 20 years of ownership. The car was originally purchased as a shell with a box of parts, the restoration itself only took 12 months with the rest of 20 years being spent collecting parts. The orignial 343 engine was rebuilt to factory specs and many NOS parts were used to complete the restoration. The car recieved a professional paint job in factory Signal Red with white stripes. Doug has since sold the car to another guy who by coincidence is also called Doug and the car is now in New Zealand. The car is keeping pretty good company as Doug (NZ) also owns AMX number15 as well as several other AMXs and a Javelin of US origin.
AMI Body No: AMX9-02
AMC Body No: TK27252
Build Date:  1969
Engine:      
Trans:       
Owner:       Doug
Location:    New Zealand
Purchased:  
Listed:      Dec 2015

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AMX-03 The red car is AMX number 3, it runs a 325 bhp 390 V8 with auto transmission and is painted in signal red with white stripes. The wheels are Magnum 500's with redline tyres. You migh notice something unusual about this car, it has a back seat, not something you expect to see in an AMX. The car was purchased a few years ago from another AMC collector. The car is complete and very presentable athough it is starting to show some wear in the usual places. Andrew has plans to strip it down for rebuild some time in the future. He is currently doing that to his 74 Hornet hatch, which will have a nice 401 to replace the tired old 258 that was in it. The green car is AMX number 14
AMI Body No: AMX9-03
AMC Body No:
Build Date:  1969
Engine:      390
Trans:       Auto
Owner:       Andrew
Location:    SA
Purchased:  
Listed:      Dec 2007

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AMX-04 This AMX popped up on eBay back in 2010. The car was originally sold through Premier Motors in Perth and appeared at the Perth Motor Show in 1970. The orinal 343 was replaced by a high performance 360 built by Ben Ludlow in Perth. Hopefully it has gone to a good home and we will see it back on the road soon.
AMI Body No: AMX9-04
AMC Body No: TK27254
Build Date:  1969
Engine:      360
Trans:       BW M12 Auto
Owner:       
Location:    Perth, WA
Purchased:  
Listed:      Dec 2015

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AMX-06 This car, now believed to be in WA, was purchased more than 10 years ago by Craig King from a lady in Sydney who had the car, affectionately known as Jenavive, in storage for something like 20 years. Craig sold the car, which needed a full restoration to Jim Thompson in WA. Jim has since passed away and the current owner is unknown.
AMI Body No: AMX9-06
AMC Body No: TK27254
Build Date:  1969
Engine:      
Trans:       
Owner:       
Location:    WA
Purchased:  
Listed:      Dec 2015

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AMX-09 Ray purchased this car as shown in the pictures from the east coast a couple of years ago. The car has been off the road for many years and he has a lot of work ahead of himeslf. We look forward to seeing it back on the road sometime in the future.
AMI Body No: AMX9-09
AMC Body No: TK20137
Build Date:  1969
Engine:      
Trans:       Auto
Owner:       Ray
Location:    Perth, WA
Purchased:  
Listed:      Dec 2015

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AMX-10 AMX number 10 is one of the many AMC vehicles that was formerly in John Ivey's awesome car collection at the Bodallin Motor Museum in WA. Sadly John passed away in 2014 and the majority of his collection has since been sold to the Gosford Classic Car Museum (opening soon).
AMI Body No: AMX9-10
AMC Body No:
Build Date:  1969
Engine:      343
Trans:       Auto
Owner:       Gosford CCM
Location:    Gosford NSW
Purchased:  
Listed:      Oct 2007

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AMX-14 The Big Bad Green car with the black stripes is AMX number 14, it was purchased locally where it had been stripped for rebuild some 10 years ago. Due to family commitments the car was never finished. It has since been sold to another enthusiast in Melbourne. It is now well on its way to being back on the road. The red car is AMX number 3
AMI Body No: AMX9-14
AMC Body No:
Build Date:  1969
Engine:      343
Trans:       Auto
Past Owner:  
Location:    
Purchased:   Melbourne, VIC  
Listed:      Dec 2007

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AMX-15 This car was sold new through Champion Motors in Adelaide and led a pretty normal life up until it was apparently "written off" due to an engine/dash fire. The story is that it was sold at auction and found its way to Hendon Studios for use in the Mad Max movie. There it was painted in the familiar yellow red and blue colour scheme of the MFP cars, however the director decided that he only wanted Australian vehicles for the pursuit cars and (probably fortunately) it never appeared in the movie. The car was sold off in Broken Hill after the movie was shot and repainted in Havana Gold. It dissapeared for a while and resurfaced in Nowra with the dark metallic brown paintwork. In 2013 the car was purchased by Doug and shipped off to New Zealand. In consideration of the Mad Max story, Doug has decied to restore the car with the MFP colour scheme. Doug also owns AMX number 2 as well as several other AMXs and a Javelin of US origin. As a side story a 1:64 scale version of a MFP AMX was actually produced by Jonny Lightening toys.
AMI Body No: AMX9-15
AMC Body No: 
Build Date:  1969
Engine:      
Trans:       
Owner:       Doug
Location:    New Zealand
Purchased:   2013
Listed:      Dec 2015

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AMX-16 We don't have any details on this one.
AMI Body No: AMX9-16
AMC Body No: 
Build Date:  1969
Engine:      
Trans:       
Owner:       John
Location:    SA
Purchased:  
Listed:      Dec 2015

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AMX-17 How lucky is this guy, not only does Nino own this magnificent AMX, but of only 24 cars built in Australia, he also has AMX number 1. This car is painted Champagne with go pack striping.
AMI Body No: AMX9-17
AMC Body No:
Build Date:  1969
Engine:      343
Trans:       BW M12 Auto
Owner:       Nino
Location:    Perth, WA
Purchased:  
Listed:      Jan 2007

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AMX-18 Ray Sprague was involved in exporting AMX-18 to the United States back in the late 1970's on behalf of a guy in California. Ray had the chance to go over and drive the car from California to Wisconson, what a road trip! For those who don't recognise it, the other car in the first picture in an AMX/3, this was intended to be AMC's answer to the Pantera. Several prototypes were built but sadly the car never made it into production. The white car in the second picture is AMX-24, the photo of the two together was taken before it left Australia. Another photo shows it out the front of an American Motors building in the US and the last two are from a US car show. The US owner apparently passed away some time ago and the current location of the car is unknown.
AMI Body No: AMX9-18
AMC Body No: 
Build Date:  1969
Engine:      
Trans:       
Owner:       Unknown
Location:    USA
Purchased:  
Listed:      Dec 2015

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AMX-19 AMX number 19 from the Northern Territory.
AMI Body No: AMX9-19
AMC Body No: 
Build Date:  1969
Engine:      
Trans:       
Owner:       
Location:    NT
Purchased:  
Listed:      Dec 2015

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AMX-22 This is another project car paitently waiting restoration. Notice this one also has some form of rear seat.
AMI Body No: AMX9-22
AMC Body No:
Build Date:  1969
Engine:      
Trans:       
Owner:       Geoff 
Location:    QLD
Purchased:  
Listed:      Dec 2015

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AMX-24 The very last AMX off the line.
AMI Body No: AMX9-24
AMC Body No: 
Build Date:  1969
Engine:      
Trans:       
Owner:       Ray
Location:    Victoria
Purchased:  
Listed:      Dec 2015

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1969 Import This is an imported 1969 AMX with 390 engine and automatic transmission.
AMC Body No:
Build Date:  1969
Engine:      390
Trans:       Auto
Owner:       
Location:    NSW
Purchased:  
Listed:      Dec 2015

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