The trucking company used could vary. "[20], With the standard straight-six engine, the Javelin cruised at 80 miles per hour (129 km/h) when equipped with an automatic transmission, while those with the small 290 cu in (4.8 L) V8 had a top speed of 100 miles per hour (161 km/h). The year 1971 was vital to VAM as it represented a complete turnaround for the company. [70] These allowed the cars to withstand a 5-mile-per-hour (8 km/h) front and 2.5-mile-per-hour (4 km/h) rear impacts without damage to the engine, lights, and safety equipment. Manufacturer: Prothane. Flow-through ventilation extracted interior air through apertures in the doors controlled by adjustable flap valves in the bottom of the door armrests. One of the original cars is now part of the Museum at ADPS Headquarters. The chromed grille applied on the tail light lenses and the new rectangular grid front grille of the AMC Javelins arrived for the VAM models. Production total for the 1969 model year was 40,675. Optional was a 343 cu in (5.6 L) V8 in regular gasoline two-barrel, or high-compression, premium-fuel four-barrel versions. [90] This Javelin actually began life as a 1970 model, but was updated to 1971 sheet metal. As for the production cars, they had no anti-dive potential built into the uni-body; only single-barrel carburetor manifolds; and even when running properly, they did not make as much horsepower as the competitors. The new cross-ram manifold was installed and Kaplan would add his own specifically designed pistons, a shorter throw crankshaft, and a new camshaft. Because the older-style engines were not competitive, results were poor and, to add insult to injury, there were a series of budget cuts. [101] As with all export markets the Javelin was marketed in France as "Rambler.". [34] This was part of AMC's targeting youthful consumers as they were "dumping the drab. After several months of development, Donohue felt that the team now had a car that drove like it was on rails. [115], The Chicago Sun-Times auto editor Dan Jedlicka wrote that the Javelin, which he describes as "beautifully sculpted" and "one of the best-looking cars of the 1960s", is "finally gaining the respect of collectors, along with higher prices. A network of Sydney and country NSW dealers were controlled by Grenville that was in direct communication with AMI. It was clear, however, that the problems with the SCCA were not going away, at least until the parts could be homologated. New door panels were also included. A mid-year change replaced the imported Borg-Warner T10 manual transmission in favor of the Querétaro-produced TREMEC 170-F four-speed model to comply with the percentages of both local and imported equipment mandated by law.[105]. [43] American Motors hired Roger Penske and driver Mark Donohue to seriously campaign Javelins in SCCA Trans-Am Series. From 1964 Rambler sales for New South Wales were managed by Sydney company Grenville Motors Pty Ltd, which were also the State distributor of Rover and Land Rover. [45] The team included former Shelby chassis engineer Chuck Cantwell and a clockwork pit crew. Find new and used 1972 AMC Javelin Classics for sale by classic car dealers and private sellers near you. The Go-Package option was available with the four-barrel 343 or 390 engines, and continued to include disc brakes, "Twin-Grip" (limited slip) differential, red-line performance E70x14 tires on "Magnum 500" styled wheels, heavy-duty suspension with thicker sway-bars, and other enhancements. The Javelin was the first VAM model not to carry the Rambler name for Mexico, AMC's case being the Marlin and Ambassador models in 1966. [citation needed], While the Philippines was almost exclusively an American car market until 1941, the post-WWII years saw an influx of European cars enter the market. "[17], Road & Track magazine compared a Javelin favorably to its competitors on its introduction in 1968, describing its "big, heavy, super-powerful engine" as "an asset in such a small vehicle", and the styling as "pleasant". Using the basic AMC 390 drawings, they added more mass for four-bolt mains and improved the oiling system. The 1973 Javelin had several updates, most noticeably in the design of the taillights and grille, although the AMX grille remained the same. [3], Javelins equipped with the 401 cu in (6.6 L) engine proved their performance and beginning in 1971, the Alabama Highway Patrol used them for pursuit and high-speed response calls. [110] The Chiswick plant had previously assembled Hudson, Essex, and Terraplane vehicles since 1926 and had become a subsidiary of AMC in 1961, thereafter importing complete AMC vehicles. Retrieved on 5 April 2013. Constructora Venezolana de Vehículos C.A. San Francisco, CA This Javelin is powered by its original matching-numbers 304ci eight cyl engine backed by it's original automatic transmission and has 40... Over 4 weeks ago on USClassifieds4all In terms of performance, 1970 was a high-water mark for the Javelin, as an SST 390 would go 0-60 in 7.6 seconds and a 15.1 second quarter mile. The Javelin's instruments and controls were set deep in a padded panel, with the rest of the dashboard was set well forward, away from the passenger. [99][100] Australian-assembled AMC vehicles were otherwise sold in all States by independent distributors. The car's front end had what AMC called a "twin-venturi" look with a recessed honeycomb grille and outboard-mounted headlamps, and matching turn signals were set into the bumper. All Javelins came with thin-shell bucket seats and a fully carpeted interior, while the SST model had additional appearance and comfort items that included reclining front seatbacks, simulated wood-grained door panel trim, and a sports-style steering wheel. All engines incorporated new emissions controls. The BorgWarner T-10 four-speed manual transmission came with a Hurst floor shifter. Kaplan suggested that they instead go to the tracks on the subsequent Mondays and run a developmental program using Sunday's winning times as the benchmark. Javelin production meanwhile reached a second-generation high of 27,696 units. A new two-spoke steering wheel was available with a "Rim Blow" horn. Late model-year production received a cowl over the instrument panel directly in front of the driver. El motor es 360 v8. A third Javelin emblem was applied near the lower right corner of the grille. The center pod had a 240 km/h speedometer, a range that put it on par as an equivalent to AMC's 140 MHP unit of the Rallye Pak; but the colors, graphics, and typography of the dial were the same as the standard gauges. This started to threaten not just the Javelin, but all performance cars produced in Mexico. [39] It was produced in Blacksburg, Virginia, in a refitted plant that included tempering, ion exchange, and "fusion process" in new furnaces that Corning had developed in order to be able to supply to the big automakers.[40]. Browse interior and exterior photos for 1972 AMC Javelin. Inside, the Card-Javelin models featured multi-colored pleated stripes in Chinese … Testing at the Ontario Motor Speedway by Penske Racing Team recorded that the 1971 Javelin AMX's rear spoiler added 100 lb (45.4 kg) of downforce. 1970 saw the Javelin with 360 cu in (5.9 L) automatic or four-speed manual, while the optional 390 cu in (6.4 L) was only available with the four-speed transmission. 1972 AMC Javelin Interior, Accessories and Trim parts in-stock with same-day shipping. [30], American Motors entered the Javelin in dragstrip and Trans-Am Series racing.[36]. Kaplan was having trouble remaining calm about the situation and, after the final race at Riverside, decided he would drop all of AMC's material at their zone office in El Segundo, California, and take a month to think about the next year. Penske picked up the team cars and equipment from the El Segundo offices and shipped everything back to his shop in Pennsylvania. 1972 AMC Javelin I n 1972, AMC worked with French fashion designer Pierre Cardin to create the Cardin-Javelin option. A total of 4,142 buyers selected this option. Automatic transmissions were now the TorqueFlite units sourced from Chrysler, called "Torque-Command" by AMC. The 1969 model year was also VAM's first self-engineered engine, the 170 hp (127 kW; 172 PS), 9.5:1 compression ratio 252 cu in (4.1 L) six-cylinder engine with a two-barrel Carter WCD carburetor and a new VAM-engineered 266-degree camshaft. The owner has had it for 1yr. When the SCCA agreed to let them run, they started last, but, within 10 laps, they were chasing Donohue down and the time differential was narrowing rapidly. You have come to the right place if you need new or replacement parts for your 1972 Javelin. 1972 AMC Javelin Additional Info: 1 of 825 built, 1972 Javelin AMX 401, auto, factory air (not working but, all parts are there), 3.54 twin grip rear, power steering, power disc brakes, has documented 37k original miles. Because this was a small run, and there was little factory support, it fell to Kaplan and his staff to clean up the blocks from the sand casting, hone the various passages, and, finally, send them to AMC's "Parts Central" in Kenosha. AMC offered a choice of engines and transmissions, included a 232 cu in (3.8 L) Inline 6; and a 401 cu in (6.6 L) V8 with a single 4-barrel carburetor and high compression ratio of 9.5:1 rated at 330 bhp (335 PS; 246 kW) at 5000 rpm and 430 lb⋅ft (583 N⋅m) at 3400 rpm of torque,[63] forged steel crankshaft and connecting rods engineered to withstand 8000 rpm. The official on-sale date was 1 March 1972. All this plus the need to open a space to introduce the Gremlin line and the company's perception that the new Matador coupe model could take the position as the image builder and enthusiast generator of the marque prompted VAM to discontinue the Javelin at the end of the 1973 model year production, one year before AMC's production of the Javelin ended in the U.S.[105]. The 1968 deal provided Jeffords and Kaplan support from Carl Chakmakian, who was the primary contact on the AMC program. The dashboard was restricted to the unit with woodgrain overlays only; the instrument cluster was once again completely different from the AMC Javelins. Kaplan sent one of the older 1968 cars with a new engine, but, because they were late and had not qualified, the team had to do some consensus-building among the other racers to permit them to enter at all. According to estimates from the 2006 Collector Car Price Guide some of the desirable extras include the V8 engines, particularly the 390 and 401 versions, as well as the "Go" package, and special models including the "Big Bad" color versions. The development of the anti-dive geometry was actually done quite quickly. When he acquired the 1969 cars, Penske found that Ron Kaplan had already done considerable work with suspension, but he felt that the front suspension could still be further developed. Total production for the 1968 model year was 55,125.[30][31]. [44] This coincided with the change in the Trans-Am rulebook allowing manufacturers to de-stroke pre-existing corporate engines, so AMC's 390 cu in (6.4 L) was used as the starting point to meet the 5 L (305 cu in) displacement rule that was still in place. [74] Profits for the year achieved a record high. Vehículos Automotores Mexicanos (VAM) assembled Javelins in Mexico under license and partial ownership (40% equity share) by AMC from 1968 through 1973. The Philippine-assembled Javelin came with AMC's 258 cu in 6-cylinder engines only. Now you can win with the Trans Am Victory Javelin (advertisement)", "New Bumpers Have Uniform Height, Take Angle Impacts", "Five Drivers, One Javelin – A Trans-Am tale with more twists than the road courses it raced on", "AMC Javelin Highway Patrol/Pursuit cars", "The Alabama State Trooper – AMC Javelin", "Rambler now distributed by Grenville Motors (advertisement)", "AMI AMC Rambler History, facts, figures, photos", "Arcticboy's VAM page 2, 1972 Javelin brochure", "Amc Javelin - Musclecars Philippines - the Philippine Muscle Car and Classic A", "U.S. The Venezuelan 1968 Javelin was equipped with the 290 cu in (4.8 L) V8 engine. [94], The last of ADPS Javelins was retired in 1979. The 4-speed manual Javelin was the quickest of the cars tested, reaching 0 to 60 miles per hour (97 km/h) in 6.8 seconds. [89] The Javelin won the Trans-Am title in 1971, 1972, and 1976. Other AMC muscle cars were equivalents built by VAM or as special editions, such as the 1979 American 06/S taking the place of the 1971 Hornet SC/360, the 1972 Classic Brougham hardtop taking the place of the 1970 Rebel Machine and 1971 Matador Machine plus the 1969 Shelby Rambler Go Pack the place of the 1969 Hurst SC/Rambler. A new seatbelt interlock system prevented the car from being started if the driver and a front passenger were unbuckled. 3) specs AMC Javelin AMX V-8 304 (man. "[56], The second generation became longer, lower, wider, and heavier than its predecessor. [15] To comply with National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) safety standards there were exterior side marker lights, and three-point seat belts and headrests for the front seats, while the interior was devoid of bright trim to help reduce glare. Despite a saturation of international brands, American Motors Corporation managed to establish a presence and the Rambler Classic and Rambler American were locally assembled in the Philippines by Luzon Machineries in Manila. He added two more degrees of anti-dive to the Mustang's 4 degrees, made the drawings, and sent them to the factory. This time, it was Martin who was released mid-season. In the intervening period, AMC replaced Kaplan's race program contact with two new men (Chris Schoenlip and John Voelbel from Lever Brothers (soap marketing people)), who had no experience in the automotive field and were ignorant of anything to do with racing. Also new was the "power blister" hood, featuring two large openings as part of a functional cold ram-air induction system; this was included with the "Go Package" option. All the quality and engineering upgrades and revisions seen on AMC cars for 1972 were also present in Mexico. The Jet Set Blue '72 AMX seen here is a prime example of what AMC was still capable of as the 1970s unfolded. This package as in prior years included front disc brakes, a dual exhaust system, heavy-duty suspension with anti-sway bar, improved cooling, 3.54 rear axle ratio, and wide Goodyear white-lettered performance tires on styled road wheels. [32] An optional side-stripe package consisted of a C-shaped graphic that started behind the front wheel openings. "1973 Javelin Trans Am Victory Decal and AMC Bulletin", "We Won! "[25], American Motors supported the AMX and Javelin muscle-models with a range of factory-approved "Group 19" dealer-installed performance accessories. More listings are added daily. AMC Javelin Front End Bushing Rebuild Kit 70-74. The new body departed from the gentle, tucked-in look of the original. Mark Donohue was in charge of selling off the inventory. [87] Nevertheless, more cars were built during the final year of Javelin production than the prior second-generation years, with 27,696 units built, of which 4,980 (about 15 percent) were Javelin AMX models.[88]. 1972 AMC Javelin AMX: 1973 AMC Javelin AMX 1974 AMC Javelin AMX: Our products range in size from small to large and require different shipping methods. The VAM versions were equipped with different, locally made components, trim, and interiors compared to the equivalent AMC-made models. 1972 AMC Javelin, restaurado, frenos de disco, interiores nuevos, motor 8 cilindros 396. Starting in 1971 the AMX was a separate model built on the Javelin platform, like the Pontiac Trans Am was to the Firebird. Amc Javelin 1972 Suspension Parts reorder Filters Clear Filters close. The functional cowl-induction fiberglass hood was no longer available for 1974, and the output of the 401 cu in (6.6 L) V8 dropped by 20 hp (15 kW; 20 PS). A unique aspect of the 1969 Javelin is that it kept the same gauge configuration as the 1968 models in contrast to AMC's modifications to the Javelin (and AMX) instrument panel for 1969 with a larger 8,000 RPM tach on the right pod, leaving the smaller left pod exclusive for the clock. Towards the end of 1968, Kaplan enlisted help from Dan Byer, a retired engineer from AMC, for the development of a new block casting. 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A secondary anti-theft mechanism was present in the form of the floor-mounted shifters being linked to the ignition switch regardless of the transmission type. For 1969, the season started with Ron Grable (#4) and John Martin (#3). The "Shift-Command" Borg-Warner automatic transmissions were replaced by the new "Torque Command" Chrysler-built A998 TorqueFlite. Mid-season, he also started the development of a dual-carburetor cross-ram manifold and (looking ahead) a new engine casting. About 90% of the parts and components came in crates from the United States. [112] From 1969 U.K-market Javelins were exported in factory right-hand-drive. The race program was supporting a company that had no performance parts, no test facility, and no technical support for the program. The Javelin introduced many firsts for VAM, such as a standard four-speed manual transmission and the option for the first time in a regular production model of a three-speed automatic transmission. One commentator has said that "[d]espite the Javelin's "great lines and commendable road performance, it never quite matched the competition in the sales arena ... primarily because the small independent auto maker did not have the reputation and/or clout to compete with GM, Ford, and Chrysler". A 2007 magazine article described the design as the "most daring and outlandish" of its kind.[69]. Karmann's "Javelin 79-K" could be ordered with the 232 cu in (3.8 L) six, the 290 cu in (4.8 L) 2-barrel or 343 cu in (5.6 L) 4-barrel V8 engines. Clear NJ title in … This is an unfinished project car, that I have lost interest in. I have since lost interest i... More Info › Headlights for 1972 AMC Javelin, Covers for 1972 AMC Javelin, Parts for 1972 AMC Javelin, Starters for 1972 AMC Javelin, Water Pumps for 1972 AMC Javelin, Interior Parts for 1972 AMC Javelin, Differentials & Parts for 1972 AMC Javelin, Oil Filters for 1972 AMC Javelin, Brake Lines for 1972 AMC Javelin, Thermostats & Parts for 1972 AMC Javelin The German coach builder, Wilhelm Karmann GmbH assembled 280 complete knock down (CKD) Javelins between 1968 and 1970 that were marketed in Europe. [7][8], Sales of convertibles were dropping and AMC did not have the resources to design separate fastback and notchback hardtops that were available on the Mustang and on the second-generation Plymouth Barracuda, so the AMC styling team led by Dick Teague penned only one body style, "a smooth semi-fastback roofline that helped set Javelin apart from other pony cars. Paint is tired and appears to have been redone at some point in its life. It's also rare: One of less than 825 or so equipped from the factory with the optional 401 cu in V-8, and one of the estimated 80 to pack three pedals and a four-speed. About this vehicle This 1972 AMC Javelin is an original. Similar Cars. 1972 AMC Javelin 1972 AMC Javelin AMX!! This is an SST, which was the base level for 1972. The AMI Rambler Javelins were the only American "muscle cars" of that era to be sold new in Australia. [52], An estimated 100 "Trans-Am" Javelins replicating Ronnie Kaplan's race cars were also produced. Cardin's crest appeared on the front fenders. These were the most powerful VAM Javelins ever made in stock condition. Color: Black Red. Six multi-colored stripes, in a nylon fabric with a stain-resistant silicone finish, ran from the front seats, up the doors, onto the headliner, and down to the rear seats. [91], In an effort to find a more suitable and lower priced alternative to the traditional large-sized police cruisers, the Alabama Department of Public Safety (ADPS) first took a basic 304 cu in (5.0 L) V8 as a test vehicle, found its power lacking, then sampled a vinyl roofed AMX with a 401 cu in (6.6 L) engine from the local dealer, Reinhart AMC in Montgomery. "[27] The Javelin's marketing campaign, created by Mary Wells Lawrence of the Wells, Rich, and Greene agency was innovative and daring in its approach. This was a one-year-only design. 2nd place at the 1968 Bryar 200 Trans-Am Sedan Championship. Mechanically, the car was the same as in the year before with the only exception of a new engine head design with larger valves and independent rockers without a flute-type shaft. The new Camioneta Rambler American based on the Hornet Sportabout was introduced, the Rambler Classic obtained all characteristics of AMC's new Matador, and the Javelin was restyled as a new generation. They would ultimately prove to be more trouble than they were worth. If one were to put a small number of specially cast blocks into the general inventory, chances are pretty good that they would be difficult to find them again, so Kaplan painted all the blocks in bright orange so they could identify them on the transfer line. [102] At Karmann's facility in Rheine the cars were assembled, painted, and test-driven prior to shipment to customers. These were the fastest production cars in Venezuela, and were also used for drag racing and road racing in local racetracks. As the winner of Trans-Am race series in 1971, 1972, and 1976, the second-generation AMX variant was the first pony car to be used as a standard vehicle for highway police car duties by an American law enforcement agency. It evolved into a premium high-performance edition of the Javelin. This was followed by the front anti-dive modifications. The AMC Javelin does not command the high prices of some other muscle cars and pony cars, but offers the same kind of style and spirit for collectors. Paint shows very... 1972 AMC Javelin SST 1972 AMC Javelin Blue RWD Automatic SST, 1972 AMC Javelin SST Powered by 360ci motor. This is a Super COOL Custom Javelin SST in extremely nice, low mile condition. [104] The Mexican built Javelins came in only one version and had more standard equipment compared to U.S. and Canadian models. To learn more, visit the Safety Center. American Motors placed third in the over-2-liter class of the 1968 series,[37] and established a record as the only factory entry to finish every Trans-Am race entered.[38]. The doors were also made stronger to comply with new U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) safety standards that they withstand 2,500 pounds (1,134 kg) of impact for the first 6 inches (152 mm) of crush. A run of 50 blocks was contracted to Central Foundries in Windsor, Ontario. [97] They were more expensive, had more power, and provided more luxury than the contemporary Holden Monaro.[98]. Engine built by Blue Monkey in Arizona. [79], These cars came packaged with an additional cost optional visibility group, light group, insulation group, protection group, and sports-style steering wheel, but also received at no additional cost (but valued at $167.45) three other features—large "Javelin Winner Trans Am Championship 1971–1972 SCCA" fender decals on the lower portion behind the front wheel openings, 8-slot rally styled steel wheels with E70X14 Polyglass raised white letter tires and a "Space-Saver" spare tire. Out of that total number, a total of 4,980 Javelin-AMX models were produced for the final model year. Shop 1972 AMC Javelin Interior, Accessories and Trim parts and get Free Shipping on orders over $99 at Speedway Motors, the Racing and Rodding Specialists. [49] A total of 2,501 were built to homologate the Donohue-designed rear ducktail spoiler and were emblazoned with his signature on the right hand side. [122] The car was built Prestone and is called "Defiant". 1972 Amc Cardin Javelin Is A Sleek Cruiser. He suggested that AMC should not compete in the actual races, since the new engines were not recognized and the old engines were not competitive. [needs context]. "[60] The new design also featured an "intricate injection moulded grille."[61]. Despite the lack of a V8 engine, the VAM Javelin was a success in both sales and among public opinion. Only pay for shipping if you know the seller. [106][107] The firm assembled AMC Javelins from 1968 to 1974 in its Caracas, Venezuela facility. Report suspicious listings by clicking on . The 1970 VAM Javelins received a new front suspension design with dual control arms and ball joints. HIGH QUALITY RESTORATION!! While the 1974 model was exempt from stricter 1974 bumper standards,[84] AMC estimated it would take $12 million in engineering and design work to revise the bumpers to meet the 1975 standards. This special glass featured a chemically hardened outer layer. The 1974 AMX did not do as well in the marketplace when compared to the new Camaro, Firebird, and the downsized Mustang II – all of which saw increased sales. [57] The indicated engine power outputs also changed from 1971 to 1972–74. Many buyers selected the "Go Package", available with the 360 and 390 four-barrel V8 engines. Kaplan was also helped by Champion Spark Plugs who let him use their dyno room to fine-tune and correct any design problems. In 1969, it came with the 343 cu in (5.6 L) with automatic or four-speed manual transmission. Starting in January 1969, four-speed manual transmissions came with a Hurst floor shifter. It was at this point that Kaplan approached AMC management and proposed that the concept behind the 1969 contract be modified. For 1968, three cars were actually constructed: two for racing and one for shows and demonstrations. We use FedEx to ship small to medium size parts. [92] The bid price was $3,047 for the 1971 police cruisers, and $3,242 for the 1972 model year versions. AMC did eventually assign a part number (after the SCCA program) and two blocks were later sold to customers. In both standard and Go Pack versions. By this time, the pony car market segment was declining in popularity. Ringbrothers of Spring Green, Wisconsin, built a custom 1972 AMC Javelin AMX powered by a "Hellcat" Hemi for the 2017 Specialty Equipment Market Association SEMA show. The interior received new door panels and upgraded carpeting. "[19], Available only in a two-door hardtop, body style, the Javelin came in base and more premium SST models. 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