|Here's a picture of the AMX
upon arrival in Boston, MA. More pictures of the AMX can be found here.
What's Project Charity: AMX all about?
Project Charity: AMX is a group of dedicated AMC
enthusiasts who have joined together to restore a 1970 AMX in an effort to raise money for
various children's charities. The AMX is being sent around the US to be restored
by various AMC clubs.
Hanna Is Back From the Blast Shop
Hanna recently completed a trip to the blast shop where the front end and
trunk of the car were stripped. Click here
In addition to the progress reports here, Tom Benive is posting a restoration
http://theamcforum.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=6258 featuring Hanna. When
it comes to 68-70 AMX's, Tom is the next best thing to having a time machine.
The Charity AMX Has A New Name
Since it's inception, the Charity AMX hasn't been known as anything other
than "The Charity AMX". The car has now been given a name: Hanna. This name was
chosen in "honor" of the remnants of Hurricane Hanna which pelted the Boston
area during the first work party. Read more.
The Charity AMX Is At A New Stop
After a long time spent waiting for two different
body shops to paint the car, the decision was made to move the car back to East
Bridgewater, MA where it will be painted and finished. The car was picked up
from Auburn Hills, MI on August 14th, 2008, made a stop at the
Chilson AMC Family Reunion
on Saturday, August 30th, and was delivered to Tom Benvie on August 31st. You can read more about this at
The AMC Forum.
WE NEED YOUR HELP!!!
We are currently looking for parts to complete the car. If you can provide any of the
parts we are looking for (or money to purchase them), please contact Tom Benvie at 508-378-1423
or see "How To Donate". The Parts Wanted List
(updated August 23, 2008) has the current list of parts we need but it would be
best to contact Tom prior to sending anything.
Other stuff related to the AMX:
If you would like to donate time,
parts, or money to this project, please see the How To
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