Steve Green's AMC collection is enviable, and it's headed for auction. Spanning from the '60s to the '80s, there are several significant vehicles in the bunch, like the very last Matador ever produced -- a white Barcelona edition that belonged to AMC design chief Dick Teague - and a few lowest-miles examples of some models. Original paint graces most of the cars, and if you're a fan of AMC vehicles of the era, you'll be salivating over Pacers, Gremlins, Spirits, and AMXs. Steve Green's collection is widely respected, and health concerns are forcing the sale. There is no reserve, and Tom Mack Classics is handling the sale, which will happen during the Friday, April 3rd auction at the Lowe's Motor Speedway Spring Fling event. AMCs are personality-filled cars with anvil-like durability, and are relatively inexpensive to keep going. Sounds like a perfect entry point to collector cars.



[Source: Hemmings, Photos: Tom Mack Classics]

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