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I am not familiar with very many AMC models and I do not know how many JL has made but out of Curiosity, is there a list of cars made by American Motors?
I know of the Javelin, but what are the others?
Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks in Advance,
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I found a list of cars done by AMC.

Hornet JL has done this one
Ambassador
Rebel machine JL has done this one
Metropolitan JL has done this one
Rambler/SC Rambler JL has done this one
Marlin
AMX JL has done this one
Rebel SST
Matador JL has done this one
Pacer
Jeep Cherokee
Gremlin JL has done this one
Rumblur JL has done this one
 

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Hornet JL has done this one: 1974 hatchback
Ambassador: None done by anyone to my knowledge
Rebel machine JL has done this one: 1970 coupe
Metropolitan JL has done this one: 1954 Nash
Rambler/SC Rambler JL has done this one: 1969
Marlin: None in 1/64, Corgi did one in 1/48 when this car was new
AMX JL has done this one: 1969, and Playart, Racing Champions, and Hot Wheels have also made AMXs.
Rebel SST
Matador JL has done this one: No, they haven't. The only Matador in 1/64 is a crude Summer four door sedan that resembles a '72 Matador.
Pacer- Racing Champions (JL will have this car next year), Tomica, Corgi, Hot Wheels, and others
Jeep Cherokee: Matchbox and Majorette
Gremlin JL has done this one: As did Mini-Lindy, and Hot Wheels did three, though none were stock- the Gremlin Grinder, Openfire, and Greased Gremlin (dirt modified)

Adding to that list:

Javelin: JL has done the 1968-69 and 1972, Matchbox did a '71 AMX Javelin, and Playart did a Javelin SST
AMX 2: Hot Wheels
 

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I thought that there was a Matador done by JL. Is that a Ford matador then?
Maybe it wasa maverick I was thinking of.
Thanks for the correction Swifty.
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There was a Eagle made,it was a "stomper" and I think it was in the happy meals a long time ago,there's one in the top left of this photo:

 

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Galaxieman said:
The Metropolitan was made by Nash long before the name Americn Motors came about ;)
First year for the Nash Metro was 1954, coincidently the same year that Nash and Hudson merged to form American Motors.

After the Nash and Hudson nameplates were dropped following the 1957 model year, the Metro soldiered on as its own marque.
 
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