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- 67,185 kms
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- 2 DOOR COUPE
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- Only known 1965 model in Australia
- Original unrestored condition
- Award winning AMC car club example
The Rambler Marlin is a two-door fastback car produced by American Motors Corporation (AMC) from 1965-67. A cornerstone model for the company, it was marketed as a personal luxury car. Standard features, which focussed on comfort and luxury appearance, included deluxe exterior trim, individual reclining front seats, front and rear centre armrests (on bucket seat models).
The Marlin was one of the first American cars with front disc brakes as standard.
Presenting in ?Antiqua red? this Marlin 1965 model is immaculate. This original unrestored example is untouched, only undergoing normal maintenance. It was imported in 1987 from USA and is the only known 1965 model in Australia. The 1965 featured a distinctive trunk style to the vehicle as well as the ?Rambler? name plate on the hood of the rear panel.
Featuring a powerful 327ci 5.4L V8 engine, it was paired to a 3-speed automatic transmission with a year exclusive ?Twin stick? on the console with an ?overdrive? option.
Its interior is original and set in black with minor wear across the dash. All dials and instruments present original making this example a true time capsule to its era.
Accompanying this vehicle are the original owner?s manual and extensive documentation of the car?s history as well as Trophies, awards and technical service manuals. As being the only known 1965 model this example is in great overall condition and would be a rare sight on Australian roads making it a sounds addition to a classic car collection.
*Test drive and viewing by appointment only.
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- $60,000 EGC
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