The AMC Javelin is an American front-engine, rear-wheel-drive, two-door hardtop manufactured and marketed by AMC in two generations, 1968–70 and 1971–74. Styled by Dick Teague, the Javelin was available in a range of trim and engine levels, from economical pony car to muscle car variants. In addition to manufacture in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Javelins were assembled under license in Germany, Mexico, Venezuela, as well as Australia – and were marketed globally.

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  • The AMC Javelin is an American front-engine, rear-wheel-drive, two-door hardtop manufactured and marketed by AMC in two generations, 1968–70 and 1971–74. Styled by Dick Teague, the Javelin was available in a range of trim and engine levels, from economical pony car to muscle car variants. In addition to manufacture in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Javelins were assembled under license in Germany, Mexico, Venezuela, as well as Australia – and were marketed globally. 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. (en)
  • Der AMC Javelin war ein von Sommer 1967 bis Sommer 1974 produziertes Sportcoupé des US-amerikanischen Automobilherstellers AMC. Er zählte zur Klasse der sogenannten Pony Cars und konkurrierte damit hauptsächlich mit dem Ford Mustang und dem Chevrolet Camaro. Der Name Javelin bedeutet Wurfspeer. Auf der verkürzten Plattform des Javelin basierte der zweisitzige AMC AMX, der nur von Anfang 1968 bis Ende 1970 gefertigt wurde. (de)
  • L'AMC Javelin est un véhicule automobile du constructeur américain American Motors Corporation. Deux générations de la Javelin se sont succédé ; la première de 1968 à 1970 et la seconde de 1971 à 1974. * Portail de l’automobile Portail de l’automobile (fr)
  • La Javelin fu una vettura prodotta dalla (AMC) American Motors (Corporation) dal 1968 al 1974 facente parte delle Pony car o delle Muscle car a seconda della motorizzazione. In Australia è stata commercializzata come Rambler Javelin. (it)
  • ジャヴェリン(Javelin)は、1968年から1974年にかけてアメリカン・モーターズ社(AMC)で販売された「ポニーカー」(pony car)である。当時保守的な経済車メーカーのイメージの強かったAMCの、メーカーイメージを刷新する意図で企画された。 ジャヴェリンの製造は1968年から1970年(1970年中にデザイン変更)と1971年から1974年までの2世代に分けられる。レース市場でも活躍し、ジャヴェリンはトランザム・レース(Trans-Am)で成功を収め、AMCのスポンサーで1971年、1972年のシリーズ優勝と1975年のレースでも勝利を獲得した。 ジャヴェリンはヨーロッパ、メキシコ、オーストラリアでライセンス生産され、北米以外の市場でも販売された。 (ja)
  • O Javelin é um modelo esportivo da American Motors Corporation concebido para rivalizar com os tradicionais “pony cars” norte-americanos: Mustang e Camaro. (pt)
  • AMC Javelin − sportowy samochód osobowy zaliczany do segmentu muscle car produkowany przez amerykańską firmę American Motors Corporation (AMC) w latach 1968-1974. Dostępny jako 2-drzwiowe coupé. Do napędu używano silników R6 i V8. Moc przenoszona była na oś tylną poprzez 3-biegową automatyczną bądź 4-biegową manualną skrzynię biegów. (pl)
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  • Shows a purple customized second-generation Javelin with a supercharged AMC V8
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  • Shows a 1970 AMC Javelin featuring optional full black vinyl covered roof
  • Shows the rear right of a 1973 AMC Javelin Pierre Cardin edition finished in red
  • shows the rear end of a 1972 Javelin finished in blue with the taillamps following the "egg crate" pattern
  • Shows the engine compartment with a "Go Package" 390 CID V8
  • shows the rear end of a 1973 Javelin AMX finished in purple
  • Shows Cardin interior in a 1972 Javelin
  • Shows a blue 1970 Javelin
  • Shows the Javelin's driver-centered interior
  • Shows the racing AMC Javelin AMX of Jim Richards
  • Shows a 1971 AMC Javelin SST with optional "canopy" vinyl-covered roof
  • Shows a 1970 Javelin Trans-Am finished in the factory red/white/blue paint scheme
  • Shows a 1969 AMC Javelin featuring optional in Big Bad Orange paint and optional black vinyl covered roof and full length body side stripes
  • Shows a 1969 AMC Javelin finished in blue with optional white vinyl covered roof and Magnum 500 wheels
  • Shows the rear right of a 1969 AMC Javelin SST finished in red with white bodyside C stripe
  • Shows front view of a 1973 Javelin with its new grille design
  • Shows the headliner inside the car that also featured the fashion designer's stripes
  • Shows two cars: Sunoco racing AMC Javelin on an open car hauling trailer and a 1970 Javelin SST finished in light green
  • shows a factory original 1973 Javelin AMX finished in black with a 401 "Go Pac"
  • Shows a white 1970 AMC Javelin with optional black vinyl covered "halo" roof and "Go package"
  • Shows the engine compartment of a 1973 Javelin with a 401 "Go Pac"
  • Shows the standard duck-tail rear spoiler of the AMX model - finished in red
  • Shows a silver 1971 AMC Javelin AMX - the performance model with "flush" wire-mesh grille
  • Shows front view of a 1973 Javelin with its new "Egg crate" grille design
  • Shows a 1970 AMC Javelin dragstrip car at the starting lane
  • Shows front view of a neon green 1969 "Mod" Javelin customized with a grille from an AMX
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  • "Go Package" 390 engine
  • AMX performance model
  • Custom supercharged AMC V8
  • Driver-centered interior
  • Duck-tail AMX spoiler
  • Headliner with Cardin stripes
  • James Landis 72 Javelin Dirt track race car
  • Javelin AMX rear end
  • Redesigned grille of the Javelin SST
  • SST with "C" stripe
  • SST with "canopy" vinyl-covered roof
  • SST with "halo" vinyl-covered roof
  • SST with full vinyl-covered roof
  • Tail lamp design followed the grille
  • Trans-Am Sunoco AMX and 1970 Javelin
  • "Big Bad Orange" with full-length body side stripes
  • Jim Richards AMX at the Adelaide Parklands Circuit.
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  • Goodwood Breakfast Club - AMC Javelin - Flickr - exfordy.jpg
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  • Collector and custom Javelins
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  • Der AMC Javelin war ein von Sommer 1967 bis Sommer 1974 produziertes Sportcoupé des US-amerikanischen Automobilherstellers AMC. Er zählte zur Klasse der sogenannten Pony Cars und konkurrierte damit hauptsächlich mit dem Ford Mustang und dem Chevrolet Camaro. Der Name Javelin bedeutet Wurfspeer. Auf der verkürzten Plattform des Javelin basierte der zweisitzige AMC AMX, der nur von Anfang 1968 bis Ende 1970 gefertigt wurde. (de)
  • L'AMC Javelin est un véhicule automobile du constructeur américain American Motors Corporation. Deux générations de la Javelin se sont succédé ; la première de 1968 à 1970 et la seconde de 1971 à 1974. * Portail de l’automobile Portail de l’automobile (fr)
  • La Javelin fu una vettura prodotta dalla (AMC) American Motors (Corporation) dal 1968 al 1974 facente parte delle Pony car o delle Muscle car a seconda della motorizzazione. In Australia è stata commercializzata come Rambler Javelin. (it)
  • ジャヴェリン(Javelin)は、1968年から1974年にかけてアメリカン・モーターズ社(AMC)で販売された「ポニーカー」(pony car)である。当時保守的な経済車メーカーのイメージの強かったAMCの、メーカーイメージを刷新する意図で企画された。 ジャヴェリンの製造は1968年から1970年(1970年中にデザイン変更)と1971年から1974年までの2世代に分けられる。レース市場でも活躍し、ジャヴェリンはトランザム・レース(Trans-Am)で成功を収め、AMCのスポンサーで1971年、1972年のシリーズ優勝と1975年のレースでも勝利を獲得した。 ジャヴェリンはヨーロッパ、メキシコ、オーストラリアでライセンス生産され、北米以外の市場でも販売された。 (ja)
  • O Javelin é um modelo esportivo da American Motors Corporation concebido para rivalizar com os tradicionais “pony cars” norte-americanos: Mustang e Camaro. (pt)
  • AMC Javelin − sportowy samochód osobowy zaliczany do segmentu muscle car produkowany przez amerykańską firmę American Motors Corporation (AMC) w latach 1968-1974. Dostępny jako 2-drzwiowe coupé. Do napędu używano silników R6 i V8. Moc przenoszona była na oś tylną poprzez 3-biegową automatyczną bądź 4-biegową manualną skrzynię biegów. (pl)
  • The AMC Javelin is an American front-engine, rear-wheel-drive, two-door hardtop manufactured and marketed by AMC in two generations, 1968–70 and 1971–74. Styled by Dick Teague, the Javelin was available in a range of trim and engine levels, from economical pony car to muscle car variants. In addition to manufacture in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Javelins were assembled under license in Germany, Mexico, Venezuela, as well as Australia – and were marketed globally. (en)
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  • AMC Javelin (de)
  • AMC Javelin (fr)
  • AMC Javelin (it)
  • AMC・ジャヴェリン (ja)
  • AMC Javelin (pl)
  • AMC Javelin (pt)
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  • VAM Javelin (Mexico) (en)
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