Introduced in September of 1969, the limited edition Trans-Am Javelin was introduced in time to promote the 1970 SCCA Trans-Am Season. 100 limited edition units were manufactured at AMC's Kenosha plant, pulled from the standard production line and painted in factory Red, White & Blue to replicate the Javelin Racing team colors.
All 100 cars featured a high-performance 390 with factory ram-air induction, a Hurst shifted T-10 4 speed transmission, 3.90 posi-traction rear end and special Goodyear raised white letter performance radials.
Factory body modification include the deletion of body side graphics and trim, custom Trans-Am homologated front cow-catcher and a Ronnie Kaplan designed rear adjustable 'air-foil' style spoiler. Originally conceived in 1968 to showcase factory sponsored Ronnie Kaplan's SCCA Trans-Am racing team, the final cars came to market just in time to showcase the new AMC / Penske Javelin Racing Team.
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