Super Stock AMX .com
The History of American Motors Factory Super Stock Drag Racing Program.
HomeHistoryHurst Super Stock AMXsMissing CarsOther Vintage AMX Race CarsOther Contemporary AMX Race CarsOther AMC Race CarsAMC Funny carsMagazine ArticlesVideo LinksUpdatesLinksAbout Me and Contact InfoCommon Pagexx
History 1
History 2
History 3
History 4
History 5
History 6
History 7
History 8
History 9
History 10
History 11
History 4

As mentioned, Western Union Telegrams were also sent to

owners of the cars with more time sensitive information.  

Here is what I have:

Note-the info in some of the telegrams was first called to

the owners via telephone, as shown in the telegram

"Duplicate of telephoned telegram".
This one seems to address the 70 SS/AMX Tech Sheets (2

pages) (sent to Jones Rambler,
Texas. Hurst SS/AMX car



Here is the same telegram, sent to Delrose Motors, Pittsburg, PA.

Hurst SS/AMX Car #30



Maybe someone with some serious racing experience could

explain what was done to these heads and make a comparison to

the 70 dog-leg head and modern technology. Here are some

pictures of the heads and the work done (Note the Crane stamp):