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Topic: Let's get this calendar project rolling.....
Posted By: billd
Subject: Let's get this calendar project rolling.....
Date Posted: Jun/12/2009 at 7:54am
shall we?

Here's the deal -
1. Submit ONE (1, UNO, UN, EIN, UM, 1개 ,одно)  Photo per car.

2. The car must be YOUR OWN car, or a car for which you have PERMISSION to post a photo
(example, that of another forum member who may have troubles posting photos)
OR nominate another member's car (example, you really like farna's Rambler and want to nominate it)

3. The car must be owned by a forum member! (not something cool you find on the web or from 20 years ago, not a copy of another calendar car photo - this is for cars owned by current forum members only, at least this go-round.)

4. After nominations close (length of time determined by how long it takes to get a GOOD selection of photos/cars - we'll go until we have at least 24 photos - I hope) we'll put up a vote - the top 12 vote-getters will be on the calendar in random order, unless.........

5. If you have your car dressed for a certain month, say an Eagle playing in the snow, it will be used for a winter month. If it's dressed in Christmas lights, it will make December, for example.

6. Be creative in how you pose your car, but torquey had some good tips in another post for shooting your car - don't make it look like it has a light pole for a radio antenna, for example.
Let's try to get ALL sorts - an AMX on it's rear haunches is great, but 12 months worth, well, let's include ALL AMCs, including Ramblers of any sort, Eagles, Jeeps (the AMC era Jeep, not your Liberty), Pacers, etc. Afterall, this is a forum for ALL AMC people, not just AMX racers.

7. Any that don't follow the above, well, sorry........................

8. Depending on how things go, we may have a vote for cover car, and perhaps we can go for "worst case of neglect ever seen" for the back page.

PLEASE MAKE ALL SUBMISSIONS IN THIS SAME THREAD!

Thank you, and good luck!


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Posted By: Beavis
Date Posted: Jun/12/2009 at 8:13am
My 68 Javelin.  By Lake Michigan in Kenosha a few years ago.
 


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1968 Javelin SST w/ 401 and other mods


Posted By: FL_Javelin
Date Posted: Jun/12/2009 at 9:39am
My 1973 Javelin at a show a couple years ago. The photo was taken for a calendar that wasnt made. I have a much higher resolution if needed. Which brings up another point Bill, you should let eveyone know you will need a high resolution picture if picked and what that resolution needs to be.  Will this be a hardcopy calendar or a pdf (or simular) one people will print themselfs?


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Posted By: Beavis
Date Posted: Jun/12/2009 at 10:04am
I do also have a high resolution photo of the photo I submitted. 

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1968 Javelin SST w/ 401 and other mods


Posted By: javelinman
Date Posted: Jun/12/2009 at 10:27am
Here! Thumbs Up


Posted By: Bosqueboy
Date Posted: Jun/12/2009 at 10:43am
Great idea Bill,
 
I just can't see how were gonna have a calendar without the "Crush".
I'm also hopping for representation from the "Black Humpster" owners.
hint... hint... Hey JKJavelin post a pic up for Bill already would ya....
 
Seriously any of the cars chosen from this forum will make a spectacular calendar I'm sure.


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68 AMX

70 AMX

74 Javelin

87 Wagoneer

New Mexico, USA


Posted By: amccar
Date Posted: Jun/19/2009 at 7:13pm
My 72 gremlin I bought in 73. Factory 304 car now 401.   Cordova 07.                                                                                         
DSC_1426.jpg image by amccar


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Posted By: cali201
Date Posted: Jun/19/2009 at 9:30pm
Here for your consideration is my 1972 Javelin AMX.
 


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Posted By: 1968AMC770Wagon
Date Posted: Jun/22/2009 at 4:17pm
For your consideration: My 1968 Rebel Wagon
 Almost embarrassed to post this seeing all these other beautiful cars!


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Posted By: Beavis
Date Posted: Jun/22/2009 at 4:42pm
No need to be embarrassed!  Very nice wagon!

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1968 Javelin SST w/ 401 and other mods


Posted By: PHAT69AMX
Date Posted: Jun/23/2009 at 1:49am
Far from a fully restored "show car", but it's all I gots Approve
 


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Posted By: billd
Date Posted: Jun/23/2009 at 7:27am
Originally posted by 1968AMC770Wagon 1968AMC770Wagon wrote:

For your consideration: My 1968 Rebel Wagon
 Almost embarrassed to post this seeing all these other beautiful cars!
..........


NO SHAME in that car! Nice wagon.
That's the point - get some of these other beauties out there to see - and end up on the calendar.
From Rambler Classics to Gremlins and Pacers, they are all AMC


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Posted By: TorqueyAMX
Date Posted: Jun/23/2009 at 12:57pm
Originally posted by PHAT69AMX PHAT69AMX wrote:

Far from a fully restored "show car", but it's all I gots Approve
 
 
Phat,
 
Just go back and chop down that Telephone Pole!Wink


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Posted By: billd
Date Posted: Jun/23/2009 at 1:13pm
Wait - it's powered from the grid!
He can run it 3 phase and really fly down the track!


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Posted By: 6407-5
Date Posted: Jun/23/2009 at 1:27pm
You know I'm always glad to throw out my American.  You have to have at least one real Rambler. 

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Posted By: TorqueyAMX
Date Posted: Jun/23/2009 at 1:28pm
Originally posted by billd billd wrote:

Wait - it's powered from the grid!
He can run it 3 phase and really fly down the track!
 
If that's the case, I'd hate to have to pay Phat's electric billLOL


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Posted By: 6407-5
Date Posted: Jun/23/2009 at 1:32pm
Well, that came out a little large.  Try this for a look . . .
 
 
 Other pics on the Blog - see link below.


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Insist on more in '64 - go Rambler!
http://www.rambleramerican.blogspot.com - My Link


Posted By: PHAT69AMX
Date Posted: Jun/23/2009 at 4:36pm
Man, that's slick TorqueyAMX, I gotta get some better graphics editor software.
I knew there would be "input" on the Power Pole in the picture, they were taken impromtu.
Who says Muscle Cars aren't "Green" Wink
I, like I'm sure all y'all, aint "real happy" about payin' the 'lectric bill as it is allready Cry 
Now have an "excuse" to find a nice location and take time for another "photo shoot" Approve
Any chosen pictures I would guess billd will want high resolution larger files to actually use for the calendar.
Folks have all posted nice pictures of their cars Cool


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Posted By: TorqueyAMX
Date Posted: Jun/23/2009 at 5:51pm
Originally posted by PHAT69AMX PHAT69AMX wrote:

Man, that's slick TorqueyAMX, I gotta get some better graphics editor software.
I knew there would be "input" on the Power Pole in the picture, they were taken impromtu.
Who says Muscle Cars aren't "Green" Wink
 
Sorry Phat, I couldn't help it! The software I use you can't get anymore.
 
As far as the power pole, maybe you can put one of those "Hybrid" stickers on the car and use the Car Pool Lane!LOL
 
Just follow the rules and examples in the early thread.


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Posted By: 1968AMC770Wagon
Date Posted: Jun/23/2009 at 5:56pm
Originally posted by TorqueyAMX TorqueyAMX wrote:

  
Just follow the rules and examples in the early thread.
 
So basically do exactly the opposite of my entry. LOL I kind of have trees sticking out of my roof.  Hey but I tried, got up on a step ladder and everything.  I probably couldnt photoshop the tree's out either.


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Posted By: TorqueyAMX
Date Posted: Jun/23/2009 at 8:30pm
Originally posted by 1968AMC770Wagon 1968AMC770Wagon wrote:

Originally posted by TorqueyAMX TorqueyAMX wrote:

  
Just follow the rules and examples in the early thread.
 
So basically do exactly the opposite of my entry. LOL I kind of have trees sticking out of my roof.  Hey but I tried, got up on a step ladder and everything.  I probably couldnt photoshop the tree's out either.
 
No Big Deal!LOL


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Posted By: 72GremlinKid
Date Posted: Jun/23/2009 at 8:50pm

 



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1972 Gremlin X 360/727/AMC20
It's a Control Freak!


Posted By: amcin73
Date Posted: Jun/23/2009 at 8:56pm
so much for a serious thread..............................


Posted By: TinMan
Date Posted: Jun/23/2009 at 9:01pm
Did someone try to make that into a Gremlin? The back half is missing.


Posted By: 1968AMC770Wagon
Date Posted: Jun/24/2009 at 9:37am

TorqueyAMX What is that program?  I know you said you cant get it anymore, but i have so many old computers it's worth a shot looking through them.



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Posted By: CloudyB
Date Posted: Jun/24/2009 at 11:54am
 

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70 BB Green Donohue


Posted By: TinMan
Date Posted: Jun/24/2009 at 1:17pm
Originally posted by 1968AMC770Wagon 1968AMC770Wagon wrote:

TorqueyAMX What is that program?  I know you said you cant get it anymore, but i have so many old computers it's worth a shot looking through them.



From the exif data on the picture (text stored in the image to identify stuff such as time created) it looks like he used "CompuPic", there's still a version of it out, it's a bit old, but it's there:
http://www.photodex.com/downloads/products/compupicpro - http://www.photodex.com/downloads/products/compupicpro

Gimp is a good free image manipulation tool, it's free and open source so there are a lot of people out there using it and developing for it, it just isn't as smooth to use for stuff as Photoshop in my opinion, I still use it the most though.
http://gimp-win.sourceforge.net/ - http://gimp-win.sourceforge.net/


Posted By: 1968AMC770Wagon
Date Posted: Jun/24/2009 at 1:21pm
I do have gimp and for a free program it's pretty good.

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Posted By: TorqueyAMX
Date Posted: Jun/24/2009 at 1:38pm
Originally posted by 1968AMC770Wagon 1968AMC770Wagon wrote:

TorqueyAMX What is that program?  I know you said you cant get it anymore, but i have so many old computers it's worth a shot looking through them.

 
It's a program called "Fauve Matisse". Unfortunately, it was sold off and I think absorbed by Macromedia and allowed to just go away.
 
It's simple and fast.  I used Compupic Pro to resized things and Fauve Matisse to manipulate things. I also have old MGI Photosuite to do other things.


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Posted By: needafasterAMX
Date Posted: Jun/24/2009 at 5:33pm







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74 AMX, 401
Viper spec T56 6 speed trans
Hydroboost brakes with rear disks from a Avenger
3:73 TG rear,now Trutrac with 3:15
A Turbo is in my future.


Posted By: KermitDRambler
Date Posted: Jun/24/2009 at 8:34pm
Originally posted by Bosqueboy Bosqueboy wrote:

Seriously any of the cars chosen from this forum will make a spectacular calendar I'm sure.
 
Well, maybe not all of `em.
 
 
Matt


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1967 American wagon
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Posted By: TorqueyAMX
Date Posted: Jun/24/2009 at 8:49pm
Originally posted by KermitDRambler KermitDRambler wrote:

Originally posted by Bosqueboy Bosqueboy wrote:

Seriously any of the cars chosen from this forum will make a spectacular calendar I'm sure.
 
Well, maybe not all of `em.
 
Matt
 
Hey, I had a 2 door version of that car in 1977 for a Winter Beater (Same Color). Paid $325.00 for it and started all winter long in Minnesota. A girl pulled out in front of me at an intersection and spun me around into the side of a "Snap-On" Tool Truck!
 
Before HER Insurance agent came out to look at the car, I had it washed and cleaned. He wrote me a check for $800.00 and let me keep the car. I bought the guy in our Body Shop a Six Pack of Beer to pull the fender out and put a new Headlamp back in it. Sold the car in the spring for $150.00
 
$625.00 profit! minus the Beer!LOL


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Posted By: TorqueyAMX
Date Posted: Jun/26/2009 at 12:38pm
Originally posted by javelinman javelinman wrote:

Here! Thumbs Up
 
 
I Officially Nominate: "The Crush"
Done in the style like mine but with more stuff and in "Pure" Mark Donahue fashion. It's what Mark would have done to his own car today. Sorry, I tweaked the photo a bit!Smile


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Posted By: TorqueyAMX
Date Posted: Jun/26/2009 at 2:07pm
Quote
KermitDRambler
 
Well, maybe not all of `em.
 
 
Matt
Here Kermit.
 
I painted it for ya!


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Posted By: 72GremlinKid
Date Posted: Jul/07/2009 at 1:50am
                              


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1972 Gremlin X 360/727/AMC20
It's a Control Freak!


Posted By: billd
Date Posted: Jul/07/2009 at 6:07am
Remember - one photo per car, if there are multiple, the mod/admin who sorts the thread for a final vote by members will choose the pic to be used in voting......
HOWEVER, feel free to post any photos of your AMC in the photos area! We Do love pictures of AMC, just that for the voting, we need the submitter to choose the photo that best represents their car in their opinion, otherwise, we'll choose for you. (and it ain't gonna be too easy! LOL)


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Posted By: poormansMACHINE
Date Posted: Jul/07/2009 at 8:08am
Originally posted by billd billd wrote:

choose the photo that best represents their car in their opinion, otherwise, we'll choose for you. (and it ain't gonna be too easy! LOL)
 
Cash to a PO box makes it easy.
Forgot, Rambler folk here.LOL


Posted By: one bad rambler
Date Posted: Jul/13/2009 at 2:52pm
Heres a couple of picture of my AMC`S...I will look for more...     

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68 AMX 390 4 Speed,68 American,64 American 2 Door Wagon Altered Wheelbase,78 Concord Build 360,727,8.8


Posted By: ramblin robert
Date Posted: Jul/13/2009 at 4:19pm
any of you guys think mine has a chance? i suppose i should go take a nice "scenic shot" with the volcano in the background.

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1966 Classic 770
1976 VAM Classic (Matador)


Posted By: TinMan
Date Posted: Jul/13/2009 at 4:29pm
I happen to like your black Classic. 


Posted By: sidewinder
Date Posted: Jul/13/2009 at 4:59pm
Some great cars and pics!!  Here's mine!
 


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Chuck Page ,AKA Sidewinder
1968 "BLACK CHERRY" Javelin
Previous owner of 2013 Heritage Cup winner 1970 BBO AMX




Posted By: 6705-5R AUS
Date Posted: Jul/17/2009 at 2:04am

She is nothing special but she is mine.

 



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67 American 440 Sedan (RHD)


Posted By: TinMan
Date Posted: Jul/17/2009 at 4:22pm
6705-5R AUS, all AMCs are pretty special, especially when they have a sun visor on them, it looks really clean. Thumbs Up


Posted By: 6705-5R AUS
Date Posted: Jul/19/2009 at 12:15am
Thanks, I just cam back from a nice Sunday cruise. Winter here is a really good time of year for cruising, clear days and ~20°C.

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67 American 440 Sedan (RHD)


Posted By: jkrswld
Date Posted: Aug/17/2009 at 5:40pm
 Heres a pic of my Sportabout for consideration


Posted By: Hurst390
Date Posted: Sep/06/2009 at 7:42pm
Bret Kepner photo


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SC/Hurst Rambler

11.62 120

100% Street Legal


Posted By: Hurst390
Date Posted: Sep/06/2009 at 7:45pm
Stick Shift Nationals


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SC/Hurst Rambler

11.62 120

100% Street Legal


Posted By: Hurst390
Date Posted: Sep/07/2009 at 7:02am
The Late Great Randy McCorkle stepping out of Roberts 68


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SC/Hurst Rambler

11.62 120

100% Street Legal


Posted By: Hurst390
Date Posted: Sep/07/2009 at 10:49am

"Mr Fast and Friendly" "Jack" Ketchum



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SC/Hurst Rambler

11.62 120

100% Street Legal


Posted By: Hurst390
Date Posted: Sep/07/2009 at 10:51am
"Super Lurker"Bill Ketchum


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SC/Hurst Rambler

11.62 120

100% Street Legal


Posted By: Hurst390
Date Posted: Sep/07/2009 at 10:53am
"Hemi"


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SC/Hurst Rambler

11.62 120

100% Street Legal


Posted By: Hurst390
Date Posted: Sep/07/2009 at 10:55am
The"OLD MAN"Randy McCorkle


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SC/Hurst Rambler

11.62 120

100% Street Legal


Posted By: Hurst390
Date Posted: Sep/07/2009 at 10:56am
The"King of Rambler Horsepower" Barry Allen


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SC/Hurst Rambler

11.62 120

100% Street Legal


Posted By: Hurst390
Date Posted: Sep/07/2009 at 10:58am
"Uncle" Robert McCorkle


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SC/Hurst Rambler

11.62 120

100% Street Legal


Posted By: Hurst390
Date Posted: Sep/07/2009 at 10:59am

"Hurst390"



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SC/Hurst Rambler

11.62 120

100% Street Legal


Posted By: Pokerchip
Date Posted: Sep/07/2009 at 6:10pm
How about a Right Hook '64?





I'll get better photos soon


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1964 Rambler American 330
Always hunting for another Rambler!


Posted By: matty 401
Date Posted: Sep/07/2009 at 6:12pm
my BEAST
grass hopper not pretty but orginal


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72 matador 401 the beast
79 concord 2 door
72 matador 304 grasshopper
68 Rogue 360
93 Cherokee 2wd 4.0 5 speed


Posted By: Hurst390
Date Posted: Sep/07/2009 at 7:24pm
Originally posted by Pokerchip Pokerchip wrote:

How about a Right Hook '64?





I'll get better photos soon
I like it!..and the name!LOL

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SC/Hurst Rambler

11.62 120

100% Street Legal


Posted By: 6705-5R AUS
Date Posted: Sep/09/2009 at 4:59am
Nice pictures Pokerchip.

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67 American 440 Sedan (RHD)


Posted By: one bad rambler
Date Posted: Oct/17/2009 at 6:10pm
A couple more pictures of my rides....                   

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68 AMX 390 4 Speed,68 American,64 American 2 Door Wagon Altered Wheelbase,78 Concord Build 360,727,8.8


Posted By: tsanchez
Date Posted: Oct/17/2009 at 8:17pm


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Posted By: billd
Date Posted: Oct/17/2009 at 8:23pm
Love it!

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Posted By: 71AMX4014SPD
Date Posted: Oct/17/2009 at 8:39pm
Here's one for the fall/


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1968 Javelin 360 727 B/W/R
1970 AMX 390 4spd Bayshore Blue
1971 Jav/AMX 401 4spd B6


Posted By: TorqueyAMX
Date Posted: Nov/26/2009 at 9:19pm
 
 
 
 


Posted By: raysinvegas
Date Posted: Nov/26/2009 at 11:50pm
Might as well throw in a few here!
Do "works in progress" count?  Smack


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Andy Ray
64 440H
64 440 Convertible
68 Javelin SST 343
69 Javelin SST 343
69 SC/Rambler


Posted By: billd
Date Posted: Nov/27/2009 at 7:28am
Hopefully this weekend I'll create a thread with VOTING to pick 12 of the "best" (according to members, anyway) and start wrapping up...............

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Posted By: AMC instigator
Date Posted: Nov/27/2009 at 8:44am
I never thought I would see the day come that a doughnut spare would be put on a 2 seaterLOLLOLLOL. Nice Pictures guys! SHould make for a great calender. SH


Posted By: poormansMACHINE
Date Posted: Nov/27/2009 at 10:07am
Originally posted by AMC instigator AMC instigator wrote:

I never thought I would see the day come that a doughnut spare would be put on a 2 seaterLOLLOLLOL.


Those are "Rambler Mentality" front runners.


Posted By: purple72Gremlin
Date Posted: Nov/27/2009 at 10:21am
Originally posted by poormansMACHINE poormansMACHINE wrote:

Originally posted by AMC instigator AMC instigator wrote:

I never thought I would see the day come that a doughnut spare would be put on a 2 seaterLOLLOLLOL.


Those are "Rambler Mentality" front runners.
You sure aint kidding!


Posted By: raysinvegas
Date Posted: Nov/27/2009 at 12:29pm
SEdmonds helped me out by removing my chair from the background! Thanks Suzanne!


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Andy Ray
64 440H
64 440 Convertible
68 Javelin SST 343
69 Javelin SST 343
69 SC/Rambler


Posted By: SEdmonds
Date Posted: Nov/27/2009 at 12:31pm
It's a great shot !
 
I have really been enjoying al the pix - some gorgeous cars in the group.
 
I DO like the "works in progress" pics, too.


Posted By: 1968AMC770Wagon
Date Posted: Nov/27/2009 at 2:16pm
This calendar could be a great christmas gift!  

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Posted By: Freecat1
Date Posted: Nov/28/2009 at 9:50am
What size pictures should we submitt?


Posted By: TorqueyAMX
Date Posted: Nov/28/2009 at 11:18am
I actually nominate the complete collection of Javelinman and Coloradoamx. "Beauty Eh"!


Posted By: billd
Date Posted: Nov/28/2009 at 11:22am
Originally posted by Freecat1 Freecat1 wrote:

What size pictures should we submitt?
 
You may need to recude size to post here........ but if a car/photo is voted into the calendar and the image submitted doesn't translate well to printing (they will be PDF, members can print to paper) we can simply ask you to "email in" a larger image/file.  So - keep large originals if you need to shrink them to post here.


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Posted By: Eagle Kammback
Date Posted: Nov/28/2009 at 12:14pm
I think I'll nominate the Eagle picture on the BRP, too many Javelins and AMXs here


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Posted By: poormansMACHINE
Date Posted: Nov/28/2009 at 11:07pm
There's a pic for the calendar. The liftgate side view of an Eagle prepping to  jump off a cliff.LOL


Posted By: one bad rambler
Date Posted: Nov/29/2009 at 11:10am
Here`s acouple of pictures of my car`s and an engine picture in case you do a page on just engines......                                  

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68 AMX 390 4 Speed,68 American,64 American 2 Door Wagon Altered Wheelbase,78 Concord Build 360,727,8.8


Posted By: Freecat1
Date Posted: Dec/01/2009 at 10:06am
Here is a couple of shots for your consideration>>>>>>>>


Posted By: one bad rambler
Date Posted: Dec/02/2009 at 6:09pm
   freecat1 here`s a picture of my 66 wagon............         

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68 AMX 390 4 Speed,68 American,64 American 2 Door Wagon Altered Wheelbase,78 Concord Build 360,727,8.8


Posted By: AMX09652
Date Posted: Dec/02/2009 at 7:11pm


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1969 BBO AMX 390 4 speed

"Deep in the heart of Texas"



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Date Posted: Dec/02/2009 at 7:47pm



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Posted By: 2spirits
Date Posted: Dec/02/2009 at 7:48pm



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namdra member #3558


Posted By: 2spirits
Date Posted: Dec/02/2009 at 7:51pm



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namdra member #3558


Posted By: Pokerchip
Date Posted: Dec/04/2009 at 3:58am
As promised, here is my '64 American 330!



Also, with the 'Pictures of Engines' debate, why not have a main picture of the car, but with 4 smaller pictures down the left hand side of the frame. A picture of the engine, interior, badge on the left for example.




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1964 Rambler American 330
Always hunting for another Rambler!


Posted By: Pokerchip
Date Posted: Dec/04/2009 at 4:15am
Or this one with the lights on...





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1964 Rambler American 330
Always hunting for another Rambler!


Posted By: 70 Donohue 390
Date Posted: Dec/04/2009 at 8:19am
 
 
 And I'll title this one "The End" LOL
 
 
 


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67 Rogue 290 Convert

70 BBO 390 5 Speed Javelin-under construction


Posted By: Mountainmoron
Date Posted: Dec/04/2009 at 5:13pm

1)
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'69 AMX 390EFI, AMO #9412


Posted By: amcrules00
Date Posted: Dec/04/2009 at 7:25pm
 


Posted By: cali201
Date Posted: Dec/04/2009 at 7:46pm
 


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Posted By: LoganNeet
Date Posted: Dec/05/2009 at 12:54am
heres my jav.
 
 
 


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69 wagon, 69 javelin




Posted By: Rebel Machine
Date Posted: Dec/05/2009 at 8:02am
Well, they're not mine anymore but they were at the time I photographed them.
 
 


Posted By: scott
Date Posted: Dec/05/2009 at 11:00am
Steve, love the pics!!
Here's a shot you don't see in calenders, but I think it looks good.




Posted By: Mountainmoron
Date Posted: Dec/05/2009 at 11:58am

Yes, an "interior" month should definitely be included in this calendar!

 


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'69 AMX 390EFI, AMO #9412


Posted By: CloudyB
Date Posted: Dec/05/2009 at 6:00pm
I thought 1 picture per car.I might as well join the club


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70 BB Green Donohue


Posted By: billd
Date Posted: Dec/06/2009 at 11:08am
In order to have time to compile into a thread for voting (and this is taking forever to sort out! WOW! I guess that's a GOOD problem to have, thought)
AND to allow TIME for voting, then time for putting it all together, need to lock this down, so as of now, we've got to close the nomination process.
I'm going to try to creat one SIMPLE thread with only the photos for voting.
MAYBE for next time (assuming this goes well!) we'll have everyone submit ONE outside shot, ONE engine shot and ONE interior shot and find a way to arrange them as there are some really great interiors and engine compartments. Even a CORRECT & STOCK engine bay can be a thing of beauty....


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Posted By: Freecat1
Date Posted: Dec/06/2009 at 11:20am
I just hope this does not become just a AMX calender.  There is alot of other AMC cars worth including in the project.  


Posted By: billd
Date Posted: Dec/06/2009 at 11:59am
I agree - I love to see the Ramblers of all sorts (Classics, Americans, EARLY Ramblers, etc), Matadors, Gremlins, Eagles, etc.  (My own eagles are hardly worth taking photos of at this point so won't bother)
I'll have to take a closer look (I'v not gone over a couple of the pages yet) is YOUR American in there?
That's a great color, so sharp...........
I'm hoping ALL members vote and consider ALL cars. AMC had some true greats beyond the Javelin/AMX lines. I'm hoping some Americans, and some STOCK cars make it in, personally.


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Posted By: Freecat1
Date Posted: Dec/06/2009 at 12:45pm
Yes my wagon is in there somewhere. And that yellow engine is mine also.


Posted By: 71AMX4014SPD
Date Posted: Dec/06/2009 at 12:47pm

One or two more, not AMX!



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1968 Javelin 360 727 B/W/R
1970 AMX 390 4spd Bayshore Blue
1971 Jav/AMX 401 4spd B6



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