I don't care about cars, beam me to the interesting part!
- Jim Stone's AMX-Files
Has subscription information for the source of concentrated AMC-knowledge: the AMC Mailing List (hosted by Colin Brodsky and Jim Stone)! What none of the list members can answer, no one can. (The archive is available online).
- John Rosa's www.javelinamx.com
This will lead you either to the Javelin Home Pages or to the Car Stars, where you can find information about movie and TV stars made of steel and plastic, and no, not Schwarzenegger and Anderson, but Batmobile, K.I.T.T. or John Carpenter's Christine.
- A very nice site dealing with AMC muscle and other things AMC is AMX-perience.
- Howard T. Perry's www.americanmotors.com. Hosts the AMC ICQ list.
- The mother of all Pacer sites: Jeni Panhorst's famous Pacer Page
Lots of info and pics, now featuring a Classified section.
- There is a Club for AMC Pacer enthusiasts: Pacer Club.
- Two European Pacer sites: Tomas Smulders' AMC Pacer Web-site, and Pascal Prince from Jura is supposedly the only individual with a Pacer tattoo. His site features lots of Pacer information in unique appearance
- Here we have George Paine's Pacerfarm.
- Charles Patterson's Pacer Fan Site. Home of the AMC Pacer mailing list.
- You think my AMC-Site lacks graphic content? Okay, thank you for reading all the stuff, but here's for your looking-at, kid: Arcticboy's site has pictures galore, advertising graphics, AMC screen savers for PC and Mac, and much more. Check out the Goodie of the Week!
- The most complete collection of AMC-Links is on the page of Allan Fleming.
- Alternatively, you can click your way through the AMC Webring.
- If you are interested in the all wheel drive Eagles, which were unique in the early 1980s and are copied often today (Subaru Outback, Audi Allroad, BMW X5 etc.), then you'll get happy in the EagleWeb.
- The American Independent Magazine is a small yet very informative quarterly publication dealing with everything AMC related, but open for all American orphan car makes. AIM homepage.
- Here is an online book about American automotive history, and the author didn't forget about AMC.
- Eddie Stakes is an AMC parts vendor from Texas, and his website features a vendors list. His credo is: "Shop around!" Planet Houston AMX
- Andre Jacobs has a lot of AMC related stuff for sale on his website: parts, literature, toys, and more: South Texas AMC.
- Well, if you can't find the company itself on the net, I can't help you either. Although... here you go! Have fun!
- Germany's biggest club for fans of the fin tail and W114/115 models: The Verein der Heckflossenfreunde/MB-Strich-Acht-IG VdH.
- Another site for fin tail lovers, this one is in English: Mercedes-Veterans
It has links to all other sites that deal with classic MBs, and it hosts the MB Veterans Mailing List!
- Citroën used to be one of the most advanced auto makers. Here are links to sites that feature "Driving like God in France":
The Citroën Connection (with various Mailing Lists!)
The Citroën SM was not only the fastest front wheel drive car in 1970, German magazine auto motor und sport called it "best car of the world". And them saying this about a foreign car means quite something.
Last modified: Sun Apr 3 19:36:50 CEST 2005