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1968 Javelin and American Motors 180º Turn

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    Posted: Dec/27/2022 at 11:00am

The Javelin just  looked good, with a beautiful grill, large sloping windshield, long ‘semi’ fastback, flush mounted door handles and a lot of room. It looked much sleeker than a Mustang or Camaro or the other “cool” cars of the day.

But how did we get here? How did American Motors the company offering economical and practical innovative alternatives to the Big Three’s dinosaurs suddenly come up with this gem at the head of the youth car class?


Check out this post to find out:

You may find it interesting.

John Daly


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