Hello, I'm looking to find out exactly what model number my B/W T10 4spd trans is. Many sites say it is a model 410 (GM), some say 412 (Ford/Merc) … [Read More...]
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Patrick Foster promotes his website as "Your online connection for hard to find American automotive books." I came to know him best for his work in … [Read More...]
American Motors (Kenosha, WI) was formed from the merger of Nash and Hudson in 1954, and ended with the merger of AMC into Chrysler in 1987. "Most … [Read More...]
Getting parts for an AMC Hornet is not as easy as some of the more popular "me too" cars. You can almost build some of those Chevys, Fords, and … [Read More...]
Does any one know how to find a wiring harness for a 1977 AMC AMX Hornet my Cousin has this car and needs parts how can we locate any Thank you for any Information ... See MoreSee Less
Folks...does anyone have a very nice original or restored 232 2 door Hornet located in the southwest that they would like to see featured in a magazine? The closer to stock the better. PM me, please. ... See MoreSee Less
I found a 1977 AMX Hornet Alpine white, Levi Edition, 6cyl 4 speed, 36,000 original miles on it, The car runs perfect, Interior is almost perfect, It has a plaque on the clove box that say's 1 of 100 Let me know what I have found? ... See MoreSee Less