American Motors (AMC) was an American automobile company that produced muscle and pony cars in the 1960s and 1970s. These cars were typically two door cars with a big engine, usually a V8. They were made to be a sporty and powerful affordable option for buyers. AMC muscle cars included cars like the AMX, Javelin, Rebel Machine, and Hurst SC/Rambler. They also produced pony cars, such as the AMC Javelin, AMX, Hornet, Matador, and Gremlin. These cars featured a low, wide body style with a long hood and short deck, and were usually powered by V8 engines.