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RealRides of WNY - 1979 AMX

It seems that the manufacturer was in denial that this 1979 AMC AMXwas actually part of its compact Spirit lineup. Search if you will but you won’t find a Spirit badge anywhere on the car; the brochure mentions the only the Spirit base, Spirit DL, and Spirit Limited… and then in another breath, the AMX (sans Spirit nomenclature). This was a resurrection (again) of a name originally us

RealRides of WNY - 1968 AMX

Where else would you go to find a 1968 AMC AMXbut the Mopar Classic Car Show, which was held last summer at Rose City Chrysler in Welland? Lol… I suppose in a roundabout way it’s not that strange, as Chrysler didend up buying American Motors from the French car maker Renault in 1987. Although AMC offered the two-seater AMX with racing stripes, I believe the ones featured on today&rsqu

RealRides of WNY - 1971 Gremlin

Another blast from the past is this 1971 AMC Gremlin X, which we saw nine years ago in a North Buffaloparking lot. Introduced (some would say ironically) on April 1, 1970, American Motors called it “…the first American car to break through the subcompact barrier.”One reason AMC was early to the game is because it was much quicker to make a smaller car by cutting the back half of