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1965 Marlin
1967 Marlin
1967 Marlin
1967 Marlin Brochure

Background:

History:

Rambler introduced the Marlin as a 1965 Model. It was a sporty fastback derived from the compact Rambler Classic, much the same way the Plymouth Barracuda was a sporty fastback version of the Valiant, the Dodge Charger was a sporty fastback version of the Coronet, and the Ford Mustang was a sporty fastback derived from the Falcon. The roofline didn't quite look right on the short Classic, so in 1967 the Marlin was based on the larger Ambassador. It was discontinued with the release of the Javelin in 1968.

Model Predecessor

No real predecessor, although the Tarpon was a Concept Car that might have inspired the Marlin.

Model Successor

The AMC Marlin was replaced by the AMC Javelin for 1968.

Export Versions

None

Related Models

Competition

  • Dodge Charger
  • Plymouth Barracuda
  • Ford Mustang


Year by Year Changes, Production Numbers, and Cost:

1965-1966

Body Styles

2-dr Hardtop

Class

Sporty Fastback

Platform

Rambler Classic

Engines

  • 155HP 232cid 2bbl six
  • 200HP 287cid 2bbl V8
  • 270HP 327cid 4bbl V8

Transmissions

Length, width, height, wheelbase

1967

For 1967, the Marlin moved up to the longer Ambassador platform, which many feel better compliment the fastback roofline -- making it look less turtle like that the 65s and 66s.


Body Styles

2-dr Hardtop

Class

Premium Fastback

Platform

Ambassador

Engines

  • 155HP 232cid 2bbl six
  • 200HP 290cid 2bbl V8
  • 280HP 343cid 4bbl V8 Typhoon

Transmissions

Length, width, height, wheelbase

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