The history of the AMX Coupé Sport Big Bad Green:

American Motors Corporation, better known as AMC, is an American automobile manufacturer created in 1954, by the merger of Nash Motors and Hudson Motor Car Company.

The AMX debuted in 1968 and was the first American two-seat sports car since the Ford Thunderbird of 1957. In June 1969, the AMX was available with a “Big Bad” paint option. This option includes matching front and rear bumpers, as well as a lower grille molding.

Of the 783 AMXs with the “Big Bad” paint, 283 AMX Big Bad Green leave the factory.