Tuesday, May 17, 2016

cool AMX at the Edelbrock annual car show and charity fundraiser, it happens to belong to an Edelbrock employee

one of 5 of Dennis Allen's AMX collection, and the one Edelbrock used the engine as a test mule, building it out to a 401 from a 390, a stroker with Carillo rods and JE Pistons, and Edelbrock Performer RPM aluminum heads (of course!). The little AMX mill was used it to develop the Air-Gap intake, and in fact, Allen's 401 was even used to help develop the Pro-Flo EFI system.

 As a thank you, Vic let him keep all of those parts. Not a bad job perk, especially considering how dialed-in the tune was now.

Looking to try out this autocross craze he's been reading so much about, he has added QA1 coilovers in the front with Addco sway bars and a road-race prepped Doug Nash five-speed paired with a Lakewood scattershield.

He even got it featured in Mopar Muscle http://www.hotrod.com/cars/featured/1504-homebuilt-1970-amc-amx-goes-down-the-faster-road-less-traveled/

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