Listed by Street Dreams Texas at $65,000, the AMX sends all of that suck-squeeze-bang-blow to the Twin Grip rear end with Moser axles and 3.15 gears through a 700R4 automatic transmission with a manual lockup. The Holley 770 carburetor is fed by the factory Ram Air system, and as you can tell from the stance, the suspension is a lil’ different from the stock setup.
Coilovers on all corners, four-wheel disc brakes supplied by Aerospace Components, and power steering are only a few of the hardware mods worthy of your attention. The 17-inch Magnum-style wheels are wrapped in Falken Azenis rubber boots, an ultra-high-performance compound with racy treads and a high-tension carcass for high-speed stability.
Additional goodies include a custom dashboard with stainless-steel garnish that looks absolutely fantastic, Recaro seats, a restored steering wheel, and sound deadener from the firewall all the way back to the trunk. “From top to bottom, this is a magnificent machine” highlights the vendor.
One of 4,116 units produced for the 1970 model year and one of 114 finished in Big Bad Blue, the AMC AMX in the photo gallery and video also happens to be “one of a mere handful with the ultra-desirable Shadow Mask paint treatment.” Make no mistake about it; the spec is incredibly nice indeed.