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Default 1970 AMX Junk Yard Purchase to Prized Possession

The 70 AMX, for me is the pinnacle of the AMX series. Jim Felton purchased this on a whim for $350 and after decades of perseverance and hard work, it's a stunning example of a rare and desirable 70 AMX optioned with all the go-fast goodies and bold looks to go with it!

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