The aim of this section is to compile technical information, particularly things that are specific to the Australian assembled cars to help owners in the restoration, repair and maintenance of their cars.
Javelin Model Identification
Click on the link below for a handy guide to help identify the different Javelin models thanks to the AMC Rambler Club of Australia
These are additional pages that were added as supplements to the AMC parts manual with details of parts specific to the locally assembled cars. Although the part numbers themselves probably won't help much with a restoration, they are a great resourse to help identify parts that differ from the US models. These pages were pink in the original manuals for easy identification. Click on the links below to view the full sections, thanks to Colin Main for providing them.
1970 AMI Pink Pages for Javelin
As part of the local assembly process, the Australian assembled cars were also painted here with colours that were different to those used on US models. Click on the link below to view the local paint charts, thanks to Colin Main for providing them.
Many of the ront suspension ball joints and bushes are shared with the corresponding US model, however there are some differences, particularly relating to the steering components as you would expect with the conversion to right hand drive. Click on the link below for a very informative article written by Dave Tuck and originally published in the AMC Rambler Club of Australia newsletter.
This is a DIY guide on how to make and replace the foam in your seats.
This is a scan of the wiring diagram from the factory service manual.