updated 21 apr 2020
This is part 2 of 2 parts.
|Part 1:||73-78 F-14078 R3 Parts Catalog|
|Part 2:||73-78 F-15078 R3 Illustration Supplement|
AMC issued the 1973 to 1979 Parts Catalog as two books, packaging the illustrations separately from the main catalog. The main catalog is on this site as Parts-Catalog-1973-1978. Click that link to view or download the catalog.
The Illustrations Supplement is indexed by sections. Each image below is the first page of each section; click on it to see all of the pages in that section. You can use NEXT, PREVIOUS to change pages, or return to the catalog index (this page).
The underlying PDF document is courtesy Greyhounds_AMX, from TheAMCForum.com, and his friend Rick. Physically scanning and indexing 2000 pages of 60-year-old-document is no small feat, and is a huge boon to the AMC/Rambler community.
The Illustrations Supplement below contains 511 pages.
You can download the catalog as one large PDF file, 83 megabytes here: AMC-73-78-F-15078-R3-Illustration-Supplement.
AMC classified all of the parts that go into their cars into Groups. Most groupes are unambiguous (eg. Group 1, Engine) but sometimes you have to get imaginative (eg. speedometer calibration gears are under "Electrical") (my interpretation: instrument panel guages) or just memorize (Rear Suspension is in Group 11 with Springs and Shocks). On the whole it's well done.
AMC and Jeep part numbers are almost universally of the form XXX-XXXX, seven digits, the first digit always 3. (eg. 320 7888 is a hard to find transmission yoke). Occasionally a suffix letter. Many of the AMC parts dealers prefer to work with part numbers, since there are often many small variations of a part (eg. transmission yokes) that otherwise look identical.
Here is a rough visual guide to AMC groups.