Welcome to The Treasure Valley AMC Club Of Idaho
Re-Living the past……resurrecting whats left…….educating the future……we will never forget the glory days…….AMC Lives on through us!
January 14th 1954 Nash Kelvinator Corp. / Hudson Motor Co. merge to form American Motors Corporation (AMC)
In March of 1987, the news broke, Chrysler Corp. was buying AMC.
Production ended with Eagle on Dec. 14, 1987, it would be the last car made by the last independent.
Jan. 1988 Chrysler Corporation announces it will halt production of cars at its Kenosha assembly plant at the end of the 1988 model run.
The site of AMC’s lakefront car factory now is home to a park, two museums and harbor-side condominiums.
Bankrupt Chrysler LLC announces plans to sell or shut down the 109 acre Kenosha engine plant by October 2010.
This is a move that ends more than a century of auto production in Kenosha, a place where Ramblers first came off the line in 1902.
December 6th-8th 2011……….would mark the date of yet another heart felt blow to the AMC faithful.
All engine plant manufacturing equipment must go!
Automotive engine manufacturing facility, CNC machinery, toolroom, fabricating, heat treat, quality control, material handling and support equipment. Kenosha Engine Plant, Kenosha,Wisconsin, USA!
By order of Old Carco Liquidation Trust, owner of the assets formerly owned by Chrysler LLC announces an auction date.
Join us and many others all over the globe in our effort to preserve the American Motors Family Legacy.
Let’s get as many of these cars out there on the road and to local car events as we can.
Start a save an AMC campaign with us.