Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Very rare AMC muscle cars together, and that is infinitely more rare. A Rebel Machine, a RWB AMX, and a Hurst SC/Rambler all parking together is somehting you'll probably never see again

Hurst SC/Ramblers are rare, and the red white blue color scheme is unusual among cars... but not among AMC models... the car behind the SC/Rambler is the Red White Blue color scheme AMX that honors the Craig Breedlove Bonneville record holding endurance trials, and the Hurst Super Stock AMX drag racing cars.

For a gallery of just that red white blue AMX http://justacarguy.blogspot.com/2011/09/68-amx-found-in-newspaper-ad-for-1000.html
down in the bottom photo at the lower left corner is the tail of the Rebel Machine (it's not easy getting some cars in a photo unless the owners are ready for a photo shoot.)

For more factory AMC red white blue; the Javelin SCCA race car:

2 comments:

  1. I have an opportunity to buy a 1964 amc 2 door hurst edition the owner says its one of seven built it is red with a white top it has hurst gauges his/her shifter and electric windows I have always liked these cars but cant find this one anywhere if you know were to get or have any information on this car any information would be appreciated I can be reached at 8063460116

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    1. Hurst AMC of the 1964 year? That is nonsense. You must have a mistake with the year. Hurst didn't work on car affiliations until 1965 when Pontiac took in shifters from Hurst and began the legends of Hurst shifters. The best advice I have before buying that car is figure out if it's real, what it is worth, and if it's legit or a fake

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