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1966 AMC Marlin 2-Door Fastback Hardtop Coupe

Sale price: $15,291.00 make an offer

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Date: 2018-09-10

jordie fuller (from San Diego) offered 14500 usd

Date: 2018-09-10

jordie fuller (from San Diego) offered 14500 usd

Car location: Costa Mesa, California, United States

Sale type: Fixed price listing

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327 v8
2-door Fastback Hardtop Coupe
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1966 AMC Marlin 2-Door Fastback Hardtop Coupe for sale

Current customer rating: current rating for this car(2.05) based on 583 votes

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Location:Farmington Hills. MichiganAvailability:AvailableVIN:A6KC97T100561Condition:Pre-OwnedPrice:$44. 00Dealership:Beverly Hills MotorsportEmail Address:Email DealershipWebsite:Visit WebsitePhone Number:(949) 612-8007Salesperson:Andrew Paolini
Phone Number:7348344484Exterior Color:Marquessa Mauve / BlackInterior Color:WhiteDoors:2Fuel Type:GasolineDrive Train:Rear Wheel DriveEngine:327 V8Transmission:ManualHorsepower:270

This matching numbers Marquessa Mauve AMC Marlin is a beautiful example of what AMC had to offer. Most know AMC for the infamous Rambler and Rambler wagon. or the interesting Gremlin. but this Marlin is the one to shine! Its complete. body off restoration has earned it several awards. including 2005 National First Prize for the Antique Automobile Club and 1st place. National Best In Class at the Concours D'Elegance of America at St. Johns. Michigan in 2011

One of just 4. 47 examples built. It is equipped with such 1966-only features as a black vinyl top and wire wheel covers. along with standard front disc brakes and a 270 hp 327 ci V8 engine.

American Motors Corporation (AMC) was formed by the 1954 merger of Nash-Kelvinator Corporation and Hudson Motor Car Company. It was the largest corporate merger in the U. S. history to that time. The idea was to reap benefits from the strengths of the two firms to battle the Big Three automakers; GM. Ford and Chrysler. Within three years the company focused on a new small car line; the Rambler and the original Nash and Hudson brands gone. Sales of the Rambler took off and were frequent winners in Mobil Economy Runs. It became America's third most popular car during the 1960s.

The Marlin was created to compete with Ford's Mostang and Plymouth's Barracuda. but was built on the 112 inch wheelbase Rambler Classic chassis placing it in the midsize class. It was the first fastback in the segment and as offered with a variety of engines from a 232 CID 6-Cylinder producing 155 hp to a 327 CID V8 producing 270 hp (Which this model is equipped with) Prices for the car started at $3. 00 and although over 10. 00 cars were sold in 1965. sales dropped to 4. 57 in 1966.

This beautiful AMC Marlin is currently garaged in Farmington Hills. Michigan. For more information. please contact our Michigan shop manager. Terry Shay at : (248) 921-88531st place National Concours D'Elegance St. Johns2005 National First Price - Antique Automobile ClubBody off Restoration

CA License # 82845

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Comments and questions to the seller:

from Mike, dated 17 june 2019
Is this car still available. Thanks

from Michael Nesbit, dated 11 february 2019
Is this a 2 or 4 barrel carb and do you have any interior photos. I currently have 2 Rebel SST's (343 4 barrels) and am looking for a super clean Marlin. Thanks for your time. Mike Nesbit 203-980-2632

from Vicente Nicoletti, dated 17 may 2015
I love American cars in special Amc-Rambler cars. By the way, I would like to know, if you could send me by e-mail a picture showing close-up front view of your beautiful 1966 Amc Marlin. I hope that you can help me.

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