1973 AMC Javelin SST red
1973 AMC Javelin SST redSource: Autoexperience
Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.A.
Posted: 28 Jan 2005
This is a beautiful AZ Straight Rust Free Body with Fresh Deep Red Paint, SST Stripes, Donahue Rear Spoiler and Hood Pins. The Panels all Line Up nicely and Like the Floors and Frame, show No Signs of Rust or Damage.
The Bumpers are Straight and Shinny and the Slotted Style Wheels show Great with all the Caps, Rings, and White Letter Radial tires. The Weather Stripping is still nice and the Windows Roll up and down.
The Rebuilt Motor is a 360 ci V-8 with a Semi Hi Rise Eddlebrock Aluminum Intake and a Carter AFB 4 BBL Carburetor which has approximately 50K miles on it as does the Automatic Torque Command Transmission. The Power Steering is Tight and the Disc Brakes are effective. Also, the Dual Exhaust was done right and sound Awesome.
The Aircraft Cockpit interior is very Nice with factory Cloth Bucket Seats, Console, Floor Shifter, Original in dash AM-FM Stereo and SST Tri Spoke Steering wheel.
There are No Rips in the Seats and the Door Panels and Quarter Trim Look Fresh. The Carpet looks fairly new and the Dash has No Cracks. The Headliner is Original and Looks Great.
The Trunk shows Excellent and still has the Original Space Saver Spare Tire and a Jack on a New Trunk Mat.
The Javelin SST was ahead of its day with its built in sheet metal Roll Bar at the Back Window, Curvaceous Bulges at the rear Quarters and Over the Front fenders. This beauty is growing faster in Value than almost any other Pony Muscle car and for good reason. This totally Unique car weighs only 3100 pounds and absolutely flies.
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From WikipediaThe AMC Javelin is a pony car that was built by the American Motors Corporation between 1967 and 1974 in two generations, model years 1968-1970 (with a separate design in 1970) and 1971-1974. The sporty Javelins came only as two-door hardtop body style, and were available in economical versions or as high-performance muscle cars. The Javelins competed successfully in Trans-Am racing and won the series with AMC sponsorship in 1971, 1972, 1973 and independently in 1975.
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