Very rare 1985 ASC McClaren Capri, 1 of 551 ever produced and 1 of about 250 left in existing. This car has only 54000 miles, has the Mclaren suspension with a foxbody chassis and a E.F.I 5.0 liter Years built 1984-1986 Cost was about $21,000 Most parts are interchangeable with the Foxbody Mustang.
The 2-seat AMX was produced from 1968-1970. This particular car was once owned by Richard A. Teague, AMC Vice President of Design. This car was originally his 1968 AMX then re-created by Teague and his staff to be the prototype for 1971 and beyond if it were to be produced. Basically it has a new front fenders hood & Grill (all handmade fiberglass. It also sports a new interior.
The proposal for the 2-seat was turned down for production, though some of its styling ideas were used on the 1971-74 Javelin/AMX (4-seater) the front fenders grille and hood were used. The seats were also used for production.
My ServiCar G has been reconfigured to have a narrowed and shortened 1926/1927 Ford Model T pickup box in place of the stock "ice cream" box. Extra care has been taken to keep the ServiCar looking as "manufacturer pure" as possible, while creating something that never existed outside my own mind. No changes were done on the frame or anywhere else, and all stock parts have been saved, so this vintage ServiCar can be put "back to stock" at any time. Even the stock hub caps were saved, and reproductions used to create the "Ford/ ServiCar hubcaps. This is a ServiCar that I pictured years ago, started on more that a year ago, and has nothing to do with anything about the fall 2016 T.V. fantasy called "Harley and the Davidsons"
Completely rebuild, big wheel, custom saddle bags, stretch rear fender, stretch gas tank, molded side covers to the side bags. Rike front end air ride suspension all the way around fast air. All black and chrome. All accessories are thunder cycle design.