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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
#26 Sheriff of Nottingham
Trippin' the Lights-Fantastic / Sheriff of Nottingham

Hurst SS/AMX #26
1969 VIN: A9M397X213585
1970 VIN: A0M397X183255 (1970 #47)
Hurst Build #: 6

Dash Number: 
Original Color: RWB
1969 Selling Dealer: Dick Allen Motors
                                 830 So. La Brea
                      Inglewood, CA 90301
Attn: Dick Allen

1970 Selling Dealer: Dick Allen Motors
                                 830 So. La Brea
                      Inglewood, CA 90301
Also sold car #9
26-1
Name: 
Owner: Bruce Nottingham (also a winner of the Breedlove
Javelin contest).
Driver: Bruce Nottingham
Best ET/MPH: 10.64/ 132
Sponsor:
Location: IA
Misc: Hurst Build #6
NHRA Events:

 
 
 
A Breedlove kit-enhanced car in front, Hurst SS/AMX in rear,
which would soon 
get the Breedlove Aero kit as well.



 
26-1
Name: Trippin' the Lights-Fantastic
Owner: Bruce Nottingham
Driver: Bruce Nottingham
Best ET/MPH: 10.64/ 132
Sponsor:
Location: IA 
Misc: Hurst Build #6
NHRA Events:










 
 
 




26-1
Name: Sheriff of Nottingham (with Breedlove Aero Package)
Owner: Bruce Nottingham
Driver: Bruce Nottingham
Best ET/MPH: 
Sponsor:
Location: IA
Misc: Original owner until 2009.
NHRA Events:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 







 
Here the Breedlove nose is removed and it is in 70 configuration,
with Breedlove roof spoiler.  Nose will find it's way back on the
car as it is today. The car also ran as a Gasser with injection.  
There were a couple of different hood designs for the Aero kit.
 





 
 

26-2
Name: Sheriff of Nottingham (with Breedlove Aero Package)
Owner:  
Driver:  
Best ET/MPH: 
Sponsor:
Location: NY
Misc:
NHRA Events:


 














 

















From Dennis Allen:
"No Breedlove AMX 600 "aerodynamx" kits were ever sold to any
dealers, like the Barris cars in the Dec.68 article it was a concept
to pitch the design to AMC. In fact only two kits were ever made.
One is on Bruce Nottingham's Hurst SS/AMX, the other is on my
car which I bought from Craig Breedlove in 74/75?
Bruce Nottingham use to work for Breedlove in the 60s/70s. He
bought his Hurst SS/AMX from my father's AMC dealership in
Inglewood CA. His car was originally called, "Trippin The Lights
Fantastic", and was run here on the west coast."
Here are some pics of the Breedlove car still owned by Dennis. 
The car was purchased off a consignment lot many years ago
(1975?). The owner of the used
car lot called Craig Breedlove
and he came out and sold the car personally:





The Aerodynamx was a body kit that was going to be sold to AMC 
dealers, and was developed by Bill Moore and AMC record setter 
Craig Breedlove, who had 108 speed records with a 68 AMX. At
just under $700 the program never became a reality because a
trash truck driver accidently took the molds and destroyed them.


Original Documentation:





This car is currently undergoing a complete restoration. 















Follow the progress here:


http://carnutdirect.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=61&Itemid=78

Here is a vintage video of the car:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__zAk35WmXQ&feature=share






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