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The Marlin was a mid-sized fastback "sporty" car built by American Motors from 1965 to 1967. At first, it essentially consisted of a fastback roof version of the mid-sized two-door hardtop Rambler Classic. The fastback roof design was first used on the 1964 Rambler Tarpon show car, which was based on the compact Rambler American.

In 1967, AMC transferred the Marlin from the Rambler Classic to the longer AMC Ambassador. Continuing low sales and the introduction of the AMC Javelin for 1968 resulted in the Marlin's cancellation after 1967.

The Marlin was sold as a Rambler model in 1965, then as an AMC model from 1966 to 1967. Total sales for all three years amounted to about 20,000 units.

 
 

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