Here's something truly unique that you just won't see at any car shows. Rotisserie done...underside looks just as clean as the top side.
There are a ton of classic cars at every car show...but you'll have the best-looking, award-winning '68 AMC American anywhere.
This car has won a lot of 1st Place trophies, including "Sexiest Sedan" at the
prestigious Good Guys South Eastern Nationals in Nashville, TN.
Constantly wins for best engine compartment, best interior, coolest custom etc.
Note: Dates on camera are not correct...these photos are relatively recent.
Car was CA rust-free car to begin with...was stripped to bare metal and long-boarded to be lazer straight. Paint is DuPont Hot Hues "Iced Green Dream" done by well-known show car painter.
It's base/clear that has been cut and buffed to a mirror finish. $13,000 spent on show paint and tasteful orange pin stripping alone.
Has 1993 Sedan de Ville frenched tailights and show triple chrome bumpers.
Tastefully louvered hood for an old school look. Second set of front fenders were purchased and grafted into the
Shaved door handles with heavy-duty AutoLoc solenoids and remote entry "poppers". Has a manual backup inside the car (both sides) as a back-up. Dedicated master on/off switch in trunk for added security.
Interior is super luxurious and comfortable...tan Ultraleather with Ostrich inserts. The trunk is fully upholstered and carpeted with a custom enclosed battery "box".
Brand new Glide Engineering bench seat with folding armrest. Vintage Air and tinted windows.
Budnik ½ leather wrapped steering wheel topping tilt Ididit steering column.
Headliner is matching Ultraleather.
Custom "rolled metal" pin-striped dash/gauge insert and stereo housing with high-end stereo and speakers throughout. AutoMeter Sport Comp gauges and all new glass throughout. German square weave carpet with sound deadner throughout. Good CD player/ stereo and speakers. No cost was spared on this build as it was built to keep.
Engine built by a real perfectionist at a cost of $7,000 for engine alone. 1972 MOPAR 340 with roller rockers, purple cam, windage tray, steel crank, balanced and blueprinted, port matched and clearanced. Jet Hot coated exhaust manifolds. ARP bolts throughout. Even with freeway gears (2.89) the car runs extremely strong and amazingly gets 20 mpg. Rear end is 8.75" (all new $2,000 Auburn posi unit/Moser axles) with 11" HD finned police drums in back, and disc brakes up front. Aluminum HD radiator with custom fan shroud (runs 180). Stainless side exhaust with cut-outs running through glass packs. Sounds great.
Trans is completely rebuilt 727 MOPAR with shift kit, programmable cooler and moderate 2000 stall converter.
Custom $600 aluminum gas tank (filler in trunk). Ron Francis and It's a Snap wiring- all professionally done. Manual steering and dual diaphragm manual master cylinder.
Rims are polished "big and littles" American Racing Torque Thrusts. 185/14's on front, 225/15's on rear
Great and very unique vehicle. Always gathers a crowd at shows, and a ton of "thumbs ups" when being driven. NOS 1941 DeSoto winged Goddess hood ornament .