VIN: A1A797H172810 - AMC SST 1971 AMC Javelin SST 401 500HP!!!!
| AMC SST 1971 AMC Javelin SST 401 500HP!!!!
AMC SST 1971 AMC Javelin SST 401 500HP!!!!
|End Time:||10/12/2010 22:33|
|Location:||Klamath Falls, Or (97601)|
|For Sale By:||Private seller|
|VIN:||A1A797H172810||Engine:||8 - Cyl.|
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|Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE You are bidding on a 1971 AMC Javelin SST. I have owned this car for 10 years, but am selling it because I don’t have much time to enjoy it anymore and of course I could use the $$. The car is an SST, but has front and rear AMX spoilers. The car used to have a fiberglass AMX hood, with a custom hood scoop (about 6in total), and was listed here previously with that hood. The hood was damaged last year, when I accidently drove it without the hood pins (woops!). I still have the damaged hood, which could be repaired by someone with fiberglass knowledge if desired (pictures of the car with that hood and the hood damage can be provided upon request). The act of the hood leaving the car put a decent chip in the left rear upper panel (next to the trunk), which is pictured here. Luckily, it didn’t do anything else. The original steel hood (which had been in storage for some time) is now on the car (pictured this way). It has a few chips on the edges, which are pictured here. The paint is in good condition with only a few minor scratches and chips here and there (there is also some paint missing from underneath the master cylinder due to brake fluid). The chrome has not been redone (at least under my ownership), but is in very good condition (one minor ding in rear bumper). The vinyl top has been redone (app. 5 years ago) and is in very good condition. The interior is original, except for new carpet and new seat upholstery (in the original vinyl). The seats are perfect, and the rest of the interior is in good condition (just a few minor cracks). I’ve also installed power door locks and an alarm on this car. This car originally had a 304 and BorgWarner, but now has a 401 and TH-400. The 401 was professionally rebuilt app. 5 years ago, balanced and blueprinted, and has less than 2000 miles on it since the rebuild. This engine was built WITHOUT fuel economy in mind, and should be making around 500HP. Engine: 401 CID V8 Bored .030 over Custom forged ROSS 11:1 pistons ARP main studs and rod bolts Milodon deep sump oil pan and external oil system BHJ harmonic balancer Cast iron heads, ported and polished Comp Cams Solid Camshaft, (Advertised Duration: 290 in. 304 ex., @ .050”, 255 in., 266 ex., Lift: .576 in., .570 ex.) Comp Cams lifters, push rods, and valve springs Harland Sharp Roller Rockers Indy single plane intake manifold Holley 950 CFM 4150 HP carburetor MSD Billet Distributor and 6AL Ignition Hooker SuperComp 1 7/8” Ceramic Coated Headers 2.5” Flowmaster exhaust MiniStarter Griffen aluminum radiator CoolFlex radiator hoses Braided stainless steel fuel lines with AN fittings Braided stainless steel power steering lines with AN fittings Chrome alternator, brake booster, master cylinder, and power steering pump Polished stainless steel firewall LOTS OF CHROME!!! Drivetrain: Professionally rebuilt (app. 5 years ago) TH-400 transmission Transmission Specialties 8” 4000RPM converter Hughes Full Manual Valve Body B&M ratchet shifter Trans cooler with braided stainless lines and electric fan Hughes aluminum transmission pan Recently professionally rebuilt AMC Model 20 New 4.10 gears Powertrax No-Slip Traction System This car is sold as is with no warranty. There are a lot more pictures of the car available at http://www.flickr.co m/photos/loydbrahn/ ets/721576251047739 8/ There is also a video of the car running at http://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=gDC_tYd0 64 (though it has the old, now broken hood in the video). This would make a great street/strip car with a little brake and suspension work (those are about the only things that haven’t been touched). Overall this car is in “driver” condition, but has done very well at several car shows. There are tons of Mustangs and Camaros out there, but not very many Javelins. Here’s your chance to own a real American Muscle Car. If you have any questions, ask them through this listing, or call 541-331-0061. Thanks, and good luck.|
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