Hoosier AMC Club

About Us

The Hoosier AMC Club is an active non-profit car club for those who are interested in the restoration and preservation of American Motors Corporation vehicles built from 1958 to 1988. Hoosier AMC was founded in 1994 and is a regional chapter of both the American Motors Owners Association and The AMC/Rambler Club. The club enjoys a high level of fellowship and activities with membership open to those both in and outside the state of Indiana. -

Hoosier AMC publishes an award-winning, informative bi-monthly newsletter called Hoosier Ramblings, which is published the third week of every odd numbered month. Hoosier Ramblings contains a wide range of member news and restoration/preservation tech tips, as well as AMC meet news and information about what is going on around the state. Ads may be placed at any time in the newsletter for free. Contributions and articles are submitted by members, with the submission deadline being the third week of the even numbered month.

Meetings are held at members’ homes, restaurants, parks  or at various events throughout the year. Car shows around the state are listed and chosen as club activities on a regular basis. We participate in many regional and national all-AMC events.

Regardless of whether you own a 1958 Rambler, 1968 AMX, 1988 Jeep or any other AMC/Rambler vehicle, you are invited to join. We also accept members who are interested in AMC family cars which include Nash, Hudson and Willys Jeep. Ownership of a car is not a requirement for membership, nor is membership in AMO or AMCRC.

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