|Manufacturer||American Motors (AMC)|
|Assembly||Kenosha, Wisconsin, United States|
|Class||Personal luxury car|
|Body style||Fastback 2-door pillarless hardtop|
|Platform||Rambler Classic, AMC Ambassador|
|Designer(s)||Richard A. Teague|
The Rambler (later AMC) Marlin is a two-door, mid-sized fastback car made in the United States by the American Motors Corporation (AMC) from 1965 to 1967. A halo model for the company, it was marketed as a personal luxury car.
The fastback roof design was previewed on the 1964 Rambler Tarpon show car, based on the compact Rambler American. 1965 and 1966 model year production Marlins were fastback versions of the mid-sized two-door hardtop Rambler Classic, and 1967 brought a major redesign in which the car was given the new, longer AMC Ambassador full-size chassis. This version had a longer hood and numerous improvements including more interior room and new V8 engines.