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AMC Muscle Cars (Muscle Car Color History)

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        LC ClassificationsAugust 12, 2000
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 102 p. :
        Number of Pages64
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10076030761X

        nodata File Size: 9MB.

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To develop a cross-ram manifold, Kaplan went to Vic Edelbrock, who not only loaned him a pattern maker but also gave him a lot of personal help. Starting in January 1969, four-speed manual transmissions came with a floor shifter. Steve Dulcich, writing in Popular Hot Rodding, also cites Oldsmobile, concurrently with Cadillac, as having "launched the modern era of the high-performance V-8 with the introduction of the "Rocket 88" overhead-valve V-8 in 1949.

Also in 2007, Hemmings said that the two-seater AMX had "a strong following among old car hobbyists and collectors of historic vehicles and nearly every one of the 19,134 built. "AMC on target with the Javelin". carried out several additional modifications.

Many of their early failed creations ended up in the East River as fish-breeding environments.

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and some "Mark Donohue Signature Edition" cars came through with significant differences in equipment from the factory. This was a significant business relationship because the Javelin was a completely American-designed car that was made in Germany.

There are many active AMC automobile clubs, including for owners interested in racing in vintage events. A "Shift-Command" three-speed with the capability of manual shifting BorgWarner model M-11B or M-12 was optional together with a mounted shifter. The Javelin's instruments and controls were set deep in a padded panel, with the rest of the dashboard was set well forward, away from the passenger. There were no side vent windows. They were more expensive, had more power, and provided more luxury than the contemporary.

Meanwhile the designers over at Mopar began stuffing HEMI engines and other big blocks into everything they could.