Think of it like a slightly less intense, more clear headed alternative to raging against the machine. In this case you can get your hands on one of the best-named muscle car special editions to ever come out of the era. If a four speed, hi-po 390c.i. V8 and 3.55 rearend aren’t enough to get your attention, the hood tach probably will. The red, white and blue tape stripe package has a great, well faded glory look to it. According to the seller, only about 1000 units got that color scheme (of around 2500 ever produced). This one’s pretty much all there, depending on your definition of “there”.
If “there” encompasses the car and garage in which it’s kept, then sure, it’s all there. Specifically, the engine and transmission have been pulled for “freshening”. That engine looks like it’ll be mighty fresh, as it’s been stripped to the block, hot-tanked and painted. Of course, that means you’ll have to build it again from the pieces and parts that may or may not be present. Notably not present: any induction system.
Given its special status, it’s getting a bit spendy for a rough driver muscle machine project at $5,100 with an unmet reserve; but then again, AMC folk are a weird bunch.