American Motors commissioned Hurst to build the prototype super stock AMX after the tremendous success of the 1968 HEMI® Darts. The AMC AMX was the first American-built steel-bodied two-seater since the 1950s Ford Thunderbird. A handful of these classic machines were designed specifically for the racing circuit and all 52 were originally painted Frost White and equipped with 390 cubic inch V8 engine mated to a 4 speed transmission. The Kim Nagel AMX is #36 of 52 cars that Hurst specially modified to compete in the professional super stock races, and is reminiscent of what made the Hurst S/S AMX a racing legend.
• Opening Doors & Hood
• Detailed Engine
• Steerable Front Wheels
• Accurate Interior, Chassis and Trunk
• Heavyweight Die-Cast Metal