This AMX along with two others were given to Craig Breedlove back in 1968 to help change the image of American Motors. They did this by taking on the big three in different types of auto racing and record setting events. Craig Breedlove developed an aerodynamic (Aero) body package which included the fiberglass nose, hood, and the roof mounted wing. Only 2 of these "Aero" packages were ever made from the molds before the molds were accidently destroyed. By the time Breedlove was done with the program he and his wife Lee Breedlove had broken 109 speed and endurance records and Craig had run this AMX on the Bonneville salt flats at over 170 MPH.
The car still has the RWB paint job, a roll bar, along with a parachute mount attached to the roll bar in the trunk area. The car now has a stock 390(not running),T10 4 speed trans, and a very nice complete stock interior.
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This is a genuine piece of American Motors Racing History!!!