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AMC AMX/3 1970 Concept Car Bronze 1/18 Scale Replica

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AMC AMX/3 1970 Concept Car Bronze 1/18 Scale Replica:

1:18 scale by MK Models. Very high quality, sealed body, resin cast model. Limited edition of 333 pieces.

The AMC AMX/3 is a mid-engine sports car made by American Motors Corporation (AMC), which was presented in March 1970. It was to be mass-produced in Germany by Karmann from 1971. With this car, AMC wanted to counter the similarly designed De Tomaso Pantera with a competitor. The body design and drivetrain came from AMC, the chassis and suspension were developed in Europe. The design was generally attributed to Giotto Bizzarrini. However, only individual components such as the suspension come from him. In addition to Bizzarrini, Italdesign, Autocostruzioni S.D. and BMW were also involved in the development. Shortly after the presentation, AMC abandoned the project without giving any reason, after about half a dozen cars had been created. Several attempts to revive the design without AMC involvement under the Bizzarrini brand name - including as the Bizzarrini Sciabola - were unsuccessful. An AMX/3 chassis formed the technical basis for the Iso Varedo concept car in 1972.

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