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Snapshot List of Hurst SS/AMX cars
Prototype
#1 American Image/Lakeview Rambler/AMC
SS/AMX #2
#3 Frisbie Auto Repair/Patriot 1
SS/AMX #4
#5 Automaster/Nickey's Nash
#6 George Warren
SS/AMX #7
#8 Blossomland AM-X-citer
#9 Big Menace
SS/AMX #10
#11 Bob Bundy/Cotton Candy
#12 Gold Digger
#13 Felts Motors
#14 Bonanza AMX III
#15 The Frog
#16 Wentworth & Irwin/Little Bossa Nova II
#17 McCorkle Bros.
SS/AMX #18
#19 S & K
#20 Swad/Whinery Toonerville Performance
#21
#22 Flemington Rambler/Trans End
#23 Twin Cities/Performance Automotive
SS/AMX #24
SS/AMX #25
#26 Sheriff of Nottingham
SS/AMX #27
SS/AMX #28
#29 Ricker Motors
#30 Jimmy Walker
#31 AMX-1
#32 Wicked and Wild
#33 Carlile Motors
#34 Underdog
#35 Drag-On Lady
#36 Kim Nagle
#37 Miss Vi
#38 Buran Hustler
#39 Pete's Patriot
#40 Mission Impossible/Jones Rambler
#41 Nolt Rambler/Mylins
#42 AMXecutioner
#43 American Revolution
#44 Old Reliable
#45 Patriot's Pride/Capt. America
#46 Second Attempt, Go Package
#47 Super Stinger/Old Pro
#48 Goben Cars
#49 Eastland AMC/Camrisers/Michigan Dealers Assoc.
#50 Kansas City AMC/Rodekopf
#51 American Way
#52 American Dream
#1-#10
#11-#20
#21-#30
#31-#40
#41-#52
#3 Frisbie Auto Repair/Patriot 1

Frisbie's Auto Repair

Hurst SS/
AMX #3 

1969 VIN: A9M397X213562
1970 VIN: A0M397X183227 (1970 #19)

Hurst Build #:
Dash Number: 

Original Color: RWB

1969 Selling Dealer: Avenue Rambler, Inc.

                              1601 Van Ness

                              San Francisco, CA  94019
                              Attn: R Rafael

1970 Owner: Frisbie's Auto Repair 
                    5830 Highway 99

                    S Redding, CA




Here is the building today:






Became BOAS AMC in the early 70s


3-1

Name: Patriot 1

Owner:

Driver: 

Best ET/MPH:

Sponsor: Avenue American, 

              Frisbie's Auto Repair 
              5830 Highway 99

Location: S Redding, CA 

Misc: Converted to 70.
NHRA Events: 


 


 

3-2

Name: 

Owner:

Driver: 

Best ET/MPH:

Sponsor:  

Location: AZ 

Misc:
NHRA Events:

Has front swaybar? Wonder why?-Read this from a Hemmings
blog:

 

"In 1969 AMC ordered 52 SS/AMX's from Hurst. As you may
know, they were equipped with
JE Pistons displacing 12.5:1
compression and a dual-quad Edelbrock cross-ram intake.
They
received special transmission gearing, Hurst shift
linkage, battery in trunk, suspension
modifications and a
hood scoop. They were an instant 10.70 performer in the
SS/D class and
did well in the NHRA/IHRA/AHRA events. 
In 1970, AMC sent the owners of each SS/AMX all
necessary
parts to convert the '69 SS/AMX into a '70 SS/AMX. This
included the parts
needed to convert front grille /
sheetmetal, rear tail-light assembly, dash and new 1970

VIN tags. Many owners made the conversion and showed
up at the 1970 NHRA meets. By the
second NHRA meet
(remember, there were only four total for the year back
then), NHRA was
on to AMC's game and those that made
the change were sent home. That's what happened
to the
#3 car. Well, that was a lot of work for nothing so the
owner pulled the engine and
placed it into a Modified class
Gremlin. A SC/Rambler 390 was eventually placed in the
SS/AMX
and on April 1st, 1970 (yes really, April Fools day!)
the California DMV gave license and tags to
SS/AMX #3!
As stated originally, the car accumulated about 70,000
street miles. In fact one old
photograph shows the car on
PCH 1 with two surf boards on the roof! The car was in a
local ad
in California when my friend found it. It's now in
Arizona."


Here it is in street-legal trim:



3-3

Name: 

Owner: Mark Miku

Driver: 

Best ET/MPH:

Sponsor:  

Location: Phoenix, AZ 

Misc:
NHRA Events:

 







Here it is today, all restored:  






















The car is now completely finished (Spring 2013) and is stunning!  

Better than the original in fit and finish.  Here are some pics: