Jimi Day of Grafton, Wis., and builder D&Z Customs, Kewaskum, Wis., present the 1969 AMC AMX “Project AMXess,” a pro touring AMX designed for the street and the track.
Adding performance while maintaining the iconic AMC heritage lines, the project features updated drivetrain and suspension packages, and will be on display in the Centerforce Clutch Booth #23835 at SEMA.
“AMXess is a full on Pro Touring AMX designed for the street and the track. We’ve meshed the best of both performance and design by maintaining the iconic AMC heritage lines while updating the entire drivetrain and suspension package with today’s state-of-the-art components,” Centerforce said in a press release.
Participants include: GM Performance Parts (LS3 engine at 550 hp), Spectre Performance (air intake system), Heidts (Pro-G front suspension), D&Z Customs (custom four-link rear suspension), RideTech (coilovers), Wilwood (14-inch six-piston full-floating front brakes, four-piston full-floating rear brakes), Keisler (RS600 transmission), Centerforce (DYAD twin-disc clutch), Rushforth (wheels), Be Cool (radiator and cooling system), Vintage Air (A/C and Frontrunner pulley system), Auto Meter (gauge package), BFGoodrich (KDW tires), FM3 Performance Marketing, Holley, Optima Batteries, Racepak, Quick Time Performance, iPerformance USA, Rick’s Tanks, Vaporworx, Mac’s Custom Tie Downs, Gonzo Engineering, EVOD, Metrom Performance Parts and Canton Racing Products (Accusump oiling system).