1970 AMC Rebel Machine Correct Y-code 390/340 HP V-8 engine


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14,000 original miles
One professional repaint with proper stripes
Correct Y-code 390/340 HP V-8 engine
430 ft/lbs of torque
Borg Warner close ratio 4-speed transmission
Original Hurst shifter and linkage
Optional 3.54 limited slip differential
Power steering
Power brakes with front discs
Original Black interior with Rebel-specific door panels
Original hood tachometer
Highly detailed engine bay
Original press fit trim ring Rebel wheels
Original Ram Air system and smog setup
Original space-saver spare, jack and canister
Rebel Machine documents included
It was based on AMC’s modern, versatile and lightweight small-block V-8, first introduced in 1966. With 340 HP and 430 lb-ft of torque for 1970—the most ever offered on an American Motors street-legal car—the Rebel Machine battled with the likes of Chevrolet’s Chevelle 454 and Ford’s Torino 429 Cobra Jet for muscle-car supremacy on the street and the nation’s drag strips. It is estimated fewer than 600 Rebel Machines have survived the test of time, making those that remain today exceedingly rare. This car was the recipient of one professional repaint, after which the correct Rebel Machine-specific stripes were applied. All the Rebel Machines were based on the SST trim level and are equipped with AMC’s comfortable high-back bucket seats. Additional factory-installed equipment included power steering, power front disc brakes, a Ram-Air hood, the handling package and a heavy-duty cooling system. According to contemporary road tests, when equipped with the close-ratio BorgWarner T-10 4-speed manual transmission and optional 3.54:1 limited-slip differential, like on the car offered here.
1970 AMC Rebel Machine Correct Y-code 390/340 HP V-8 engine
$ 16,500.00
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14,000 original miles
One professional repaint with proper stripes
Correct Y-code 390/340 HP V-8 engine
430 ft/lbs of torque
Borg Warner close ratio 4-speed transmission
Original Hurst shifter and linkage
Optional 3.54 limited slip differential
Power steering
Power brakes with front discs
Original Black interior with Rebel-specific door panels
Original hood tachometer
Highly detailed engine bay
Original press fit trim ring Rebel wheels
Original Ram Air system and smog setup
Original space-saver spare, jack and canister
Rebel Machine documents included
It was based on AMC’s modern, versatile and lightweight small-block V-8, first introduced in 1966. With 340 HP and 430 lb-ft of torque for 1970—the most ever offered on an American Motors street-legal car—the Rebel Machine battled with the likes of Chevrolet’s Chevelle 454 and Ford’s Torino 429 Cobra Jet for muscle-car supremacy on the street and the nation’s drag strips. It is estimated fewer than 600 Rebel Machines have survived the test of time, making those that remain today exceedingly rare. This car was the recipient of one professional repaint, after which the correct Rebel Machine-specific stripes were applied. All the Rebel Machines were based on the SST trim level and are equipped with AMC’s comfortable high-back bucket seats. Additional factory-installed equipment included power steering, power front disc brakes, a Ram-Air hood, the handling package and a heavy-duty cooling system. According to contemporary road tests, when equipped with the close-ratio BorgWarner T-10 4-speed manual transmission and optional 3.54:1 limited-slip differential, like on the car offered here.

Additional information

Make: AMC
Model: Rebel Machine
Year: 1970
Doors: 2
Mileage: 14,000
Transmission: Manual
Interior Color: Black
Exterior Color: Red/White/blue
Vehicle Identification Number: A0M190Y186170
United States, Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh
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