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1973-78 Parts Book

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Forum Name: Part Numbers, AMC Parts ID and cross-references
Forum Description: If you have a part and wonder what the number is, have a number but don't know what the part is, cross-reference -what else will fit?
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Topic: 1973-78 Parts Book
Posted By: Greyhounds_AMX
Subject: 1973-78 Parts Book
Date Posted: Jan/13/2020 at 1:00pm
Here's a link to the 1973-78 parts book in pdf version, again searchable so you can hunt down part numbers (hint: use control-F to bring up the search window).

Thanks to Rick for letting me borrow his big old book to scan in, and Jeff for giving it a ride to my door. Enjoy!

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1hZDYQUmeCk4u3OAk09BVsbIln9GqztMS?usp=sharing" rel="nofollow - https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1hZDYQUmeCk4u3OAk09BVsbIln9GqztMS?usp=sharing


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1968 AMX 390 w/T5



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Posted By: ramblinrev
Date Posted: Jan/13/2020 at 2:50pm
Awesome!
Thank you for the efforts!

Paul


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74 Hornet Hatchback X twins
62 American Convertible (still worth the $50 I spent in 1973!) AMCRC #513, AMO #384
70 AMX 360 4-speed


Posted By: Hogman
Date Posted: Mar/30/2020 at 2:33pm
 A HUGE, THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!  Clap





ME


Posted By: tomj
Date Posted: Mar/31/2020 at 12:44pm
Thanks a million for going to the effort and making it available!! Scanning 2000 ancient paper sheets is no small deal. And as you say, to Rick for the loan.

I'm embarrassed that I forgot where I got the copy of the catalog I used on my website and indexed further. Either I got it from your link above, a second-hand shared copy of the link, or something, but I neglected to credit you, because I didn't keep track of where I got it! Sheesh.

Seriously, it's a huge contribution to the AMC community.



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1961 roadster american, 195.6 OHV, T5
1968 american, 199ci, T14
AMC pages: http://www.sr-ix.com/AMC/



Posted By: theamcguy
Date Posted: Apr/01/2020 at 9:44am
Thank you for posting this I really appreciate it. 


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Bill Strobel
Fayetteville, NC
1967 Rebel SST
1969 SC/Rambler
1972 Hornet Sportabout
1976 Matador Brougham
AMCRC. AMCWC, AMO, NAMDRA



Posted By: jay dee
Date Posted: Apr/21/2020 at 11:20am
Wow !! Thank YOU so much !

This has been a wonderful "find" for me.
I have spent the last two weeks looking up stuff on it !
What an onerous task - thank you for all your time and effort :)

Does anyone have any leads to on-line access to a '79 and up parts book ?

Best regards,
Jerry


Posted By: PABLO
Date Posted: Apr/23/2020 at 10:30am
Hi, Chris,
I was looking to get my hands on this book for long.
As I live in Spain, It was out of my possibilities. It was expensive and the post cost high.
I want to said;
BRAVO !!ClapClap

I do some leather handcraft to rise money to put on my car. Please check this post;

http://theamcforum.com/forum/amc-flag-key-fob-and-more_topic104307.html

Send me a PM with your full name and address and let me know what model you like . I´ll send you over a couple of items for free. One for you and one for Rick, just to said thanks to you two.

Bye
PABLO


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1973 JAVELIN AMX 360 AUTO
1973 DODGE 3700 GT (built in Spain)
SPAIN (EUROPE)


Posted By: PABLO
Date Posted: Apr/23/2020 at 10:40am
Hi,
Sorry, I just realize I forgot about Jeff. I´ll make it three one for each of you.

Bye


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1973 JAVELIN AMX 360 AUTO
1973 DODGE 3700 GT (built in Spain)
SPAIN (EUROPE)


Posted By: Greyhounds_AMX
Date Posted: Apr/25/2020 at 8:54pm
Thanks Pablo - that's so nice of you!




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1968 AMX 390 w/T5


Posted By: FSJunkie
Date Posted: Apr/26/2020 at 2:27am
Oh heck yeah!

I've been wondering what width wheels my Ambassador is supposed to have. This will tell me.

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'66 Marlin: 327/T10/3.54
'72 Wagoneer: 360/TH400/3.31
'73 Ambassador Brougham: 360/TF727/3.15
'77 Hornet: 232/TF904/2.73
'82 Concord D/L: 258/TF998/2.35
'84 Eagle Limited: 258/TF998/2.35


Posted By: Puttdog
Date Posted: May/20/2020 at 3:06pm
Thanks
I brought my 1973 Javelin three years and cannot find parts.  I had the transmission rebuilt and hoping to finds parts to make it street legal 


Posted By: PABLO
Date Posted: May/21/2020 at 11:47am
Originally posted by Puttdog Puttdog wrote:

Thanks
I brought my 1973 Javelin three years and cannot find parts.  I had the transmission rebuilt and hoping to finds parts to make it street legal 
Hi, 
keep an eye on the "for sale" section of this forum, you may find what you are looking for.

Bye


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1973 JAVELIN AMX 360 AUTO
1973 DODGE 3700 GT (built in Spain)
SPAIN (EUROPE)



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