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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This site was created to provide a forum and community for AMC Hornet enthusiast to read about the beloved Hornet or simply connect, share, and swap information about these great automobiles. One of the things I enjoy most about being an AMC car owner is that although there are many great cars on the road, AMC cars are not as common as the Big three auto makers. AMC owners know - we are not part of the "me too" crowd. AMC automobiles really hold true to the phrase "Now there's something you don't see everyday!"
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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...]
Remember a Gremlin is just a Hornet with the back chopped off. It's good to see people appreciate the cars of AMC. ... See MoreSee Less
Jay invites Jeff Dunham to the garage to check out his 1972 and 1973 AMC Gremlins. » Subscribe: bit.ly/JLGSubscribe » Visit the Official Site: ...
Don't know if it's ok to post here. if not please delete. This little Hornet needs a new home. saved from the crusher. 1973 hornet Hatchback in North West Florida. Clean title. all parts are there with exception of original motor. It's a driver project at best but was a running driving car about 4 months ago. PM for more information and pictures. ... See MoreSee Less