1970 Javelin SST Trans Am painted in the colors of the AMC racing team!

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During the Sixties, homologation rules created by NASCAR, NHRA and SCCA resulted in the most sought-after street-legal cars to ever leave the assembly line, typically featuring very particular blends of equipment under the hood, as part of the chassis, incorporated into the body work, or perhaps all of the above.

Typical examples were Dodge Daytonas and Plymouth Superbirds, Ford Talladegas and Thunderbolts, Camaro Z/28s and Boss 302 Mustangs, Chrysler’s Street Hemi and Ford’s Boss 429 engines. AMC needed their own representative in these circles, and found it in the 1970 Trans-Am Javelin.

1970 Javelin SST Trans Am painted in the colors of the AMC racing team!

This 1970 Javelin SST Trans Am is painted in the colors of the AMC racing team on the outside. It has many performance upgrades like the 325 HP 390 V8, 4-speed manual transmission, upgraded suspension, a 3.90:1 rear gear, disc brakes, etc. Let’s look at a fantastic specimen from the Brothers Collection in this video.

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