It's Mustard Yellow with White seats in a Black interior, and white split vinyl top.
At first sight, I thought it had been altered using a 1972+ parts car, as many items inside and out are of 1972+ vintage...but research confirmed it was all factory-installed as a mid-year change. The 3-spoke steering wheel, 14" 8-slot mags, and a few other details are normally thought of as 72+ items, yet here they are, factory-installed, on this '71. Also neat is how this car is atypical of the cars usually found at shows. Most often, the 2-barrel cars are stock base model Javelin or SSTs. When an AMX is found, it's usually a 'P'-code 360-4v or 'Z'-code 401-4v....and then these have 15" wheels, 4-speeds, and other hi-po options. This car has a 'businessman's setup'... 360-2v and Automatic with a one-legged rear end, standard guages, and a vinyl top. No AC, no functional cowl induction, no rallye guages, no T-stripe. Not a warrior by any means. The 'base' version of a '71 AMX....and this makes it interesting...few cars like this have remained in this configuration. Most buyers would quickly slap on headers, a 4v intake and carb, Twin-Grip rear and so on. I hope to leave it as it is and just repair/restore whatever needs attention. It's gonna need lots of work, but it runs (has a knock), has some rust issues (quarters, A-pillar, and... ? ), interior rips and wear.....but other than the missing AMX inner grille, the car is complete and servicable. It's odd configuration should make it a fun car to show, too.
Note that '71 Technical Service Manual on the passenger-side floorboard....a nice added perk of the purchase.