Wow, I like that number - low! I had a 1970 AMX. AMC produced true AMXs for each of the years 1968, 1969, 1970 at just less than 20,000. But less than 6,000 for a single year is great. No word on continued production is there. From what I have gathered is that Ford will not produce "off-the-line" Bullitts anymore, only aftermarket accessories so that true GT owners can attempt to convert. Anyway, thanks. :evil: :greenie:
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On 2001-12-04 00:13, Bullitt#03457-Gr wrote:
Wow, I like that number - low! I had a 1970 AMX. AMC produced true AMXs for each of the years 1968, 1969, 1970 at just less than 20,000.
Hey 3457. AMC/AMX loyalist here too. Recently sold my '69 390/4-speed and I'm in the market for another. Have also had a Rebel Machine, a SC/Rambler, and a 401 Gremlin. Good to see ya here.
I had a 304 Gremlin that I dumped a lot of money into and the thing was quick - but it was a gremlin! I love the AMXs. Mine was a 1970 360/auto. All the worst qualities. Parts are so hard to get and then I think it is not worth it since the intrinsic value of the old AMC products is really limited to the owner. I owned a 1980 Z/28, t-top, but it was auto too. Never really liked the Chevies. Had a jeep before my first mustang (1995, 3.8 5spd). I absolutely loved it. When I heard about the Bullitt Mustang (2000 LA Auto show) I said "I will own that car if they produce it." Now here I am. Happy. Only thing needed to make my car life complete is a good condition 1967 fastback to restore. :evil:
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