Aside from the 1970s aesthetics, there isn't anything seriously wrong with this car. The Spirit AMX handled decently for an American car and, when ordered with the optional 304 V8, had all sorts of power.
This car has all sorts of power and then some. The 304 has been replaced by a 360. The engine has a mild cam, rebuilt heads, Edelbrock carb and a dual exhaust.
The body is in nice shape. The graphics are a matter of personal taste, I guess. I find them to be a bit over the top. (That's not true, I'm being nice. I can't stand them.)
If AMC had called this car the Spirit GT, or something like that, I might be more accepting of it. But calling it an AMX? That doesn't fly with me. The AMX and Javelin AMX were special cars. This, while a cool piece of US automotive history, just wasn't special enough to be called an AMX.
Located in Midland Park, NJ, click here to see the eBay listing.