Fastback Survivor: 1965 AMC Rambler Marlin

American Motors’ Marlin debuted in 1965 as a fastback version of the Rambler Classic. Looking a bit like an overgrown Plymouth Barracuda, it was a mid-size car for two years and then a full-size in its third and final… more»

No Reserve: 1965 Rambler Marlin

American Motors conceived the Marlin as something of a personal luxury car. But it looked a bit like a large Plymouth Barracuda (1964-66) and a lot like the Dodge Charger (1966-67) that would follow it. It was in production… more»

Single Year Model: 1965 Rambler Marlin

It is widely acknowledged that Ford created the Personal Luxury Car segment with its Thunderbird, and by the 1960s, other manufacturers realized that it could be a tidy little money earner. AMC joined the party in 1965 with its… more»

Rebuilt 327: 1965 Rambler Marlin

Ford broke new ground in the 1950s with its Thunderbird. Many consider this to be the first “personal luxury car.” By the 1960s, other manufacturers jumped on the bandwagon, with AMC developing the Rambler Marlin as its halo offering…. more»

Just Three Owners! 1965 Rambler Marlin

Like the Dodge Charger that soon followed, the Rambler Marlin was positioned in the growing luxury personal segment of the car market but really wasn’t one. At least not like a Ford Thunderbird or Buick Riviera. It was more… more»

Big Fish: 1965 Rambler Marlin

In 1965, at least two car companies had “fishy” names: the Plymouth Barracuda, a fairly new pony car, and the Rambler Marlin, a really new personal luxury sporty automobile. The Marlin was based on a 1964 concept car called… more»

All Original 43K-Mile 1965 Rambler Marlin

This 1965 Rambler Marlin is maybe the nicest one that you’re going to find if you’re looking for a nice, all-original, low-mile car with a V8 and factory AC. The seller has this fastback time capsule posted here on… more»

Sensible Upgrades: 1967 AMC Marlin

The Rambler Marlin was born in 1965 as a fastback version of the Classic and appears to be a forerunner to what Dodge would do with its Charger in 1966-67. The Marlin was rebranded as an AMC product in… more»

Parked In ’88: 1967 AMC Marlin

Good intentions are a wonderful thing, and the owner of this 1967 AMC Marlin had plenty of them when he purchased the car in 1988. He aimed to perform a total restoration, but things stalled before they could start…. more»

327 V8 With EFI! 1965 Rambler Marlin

For three years, the Marlin would be a halo car for American Motors. It’s considered a personal luxury automobile much like the Dodge Charger which followed it in 1966. From the windshield forward, it was a Rambler Classic. But… more»

1965 AMC Rambler Marlin 327 Barn Find

Someone has a barn full of fantastic AMC cars! What most of us wouldn’t give to have a pole building full of cars like this, I know I would. The seller has this 1965 Rambler Marlin listed here on… more»

A Rare Fish: 1965 Rambler Marlin

I was ten when I first saw a new Mustang 2+2 up close and personal. It was Poppy Red and that fastback styling stopped me in my tracks. About a year later, I saw my first Marlin. It was… more»

Desirable V8 Optioned: 1965 Rambler Marlin

The Rambler Martin, also known as the AMC Rambler, was a personal luxury car built by American Motors Corporation from 1965 to 1967. This example is the first year of the model and is listed for sale for $19,900… more»

The Price Is Right! 1965 Rambler Marlin

The Rambler Marlin was largely a fastback version of the Classic. In fact, the car drew mostly from the Classic and Ambassador parts bins. AMC would later repeat this process by turning the Javelin into an AMX and a… more»

Rough Fish: 1965 Rambler Marlin

For the first two years, 1965 and 1966, the Marlin was based on the Rambler Classic. Then in 1967, their final year of production, they evolved (get it, fish, evolved… tough crowd) into having a different front clip from… more»

One-Owner 1965 Rambler Marlin 327 Twin-Stick

This 1965 Rambler Marlin has just about every box checked: it’s a one-owner car, an actual barn find, it has a mere 24,000 miles, it has a 327 V8, and the rare twin-stick manual transmission. What. A. Car! The seller… more»

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