Marlin Car Information
Marlin Auto Club
"WE ARE KEEPING THE MARLINS ALIVE"
|Marlin automobiles were
produced for 3 years: 1965 thru 1967 - only 17,419 were
1965 Production was 10,327 units -- 1966 Production was 4,547 units -- 1967 Production was 2,545 units
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|.... 2015 is the 50th
Anniversary of the Marlin ....
The Marlin Auto Club is celebrating the Marlin’s 50th birthday in 2015. Details coming soon...
|The Marlin Auto Club is on Facebook - Click here for the link|
|Marlin back window gaskets for the 65-66
Marlins, may also fit the 67
$150 ea plus shipping, contact Peter Stathes at 516-935-5298 or email email@example.com
|Ever wonder how many Marlins were in
movies and on TV shows? Check
out the "Movies and Video" tab. Info
provided by Kevin Wright
|Marlins at the 13th Annual Ed Anderson
AMCRC Regional Meet September 21, 2013
|Marlin Club at the AMO National Show July 20th in Auburn, IN|
|Marlins at the 2013 Springfield Ohio Show in May|
|2012 AMO National Show
in Boston, MA July 11th - 14th. Click
here for pictures
AMC Designers Frank Pascoe and Vince Geraci with the Marlin Future Concept Clay Model at the 2010 AMO Show
1965 Marlin with Serial Number 0001 found in North Carolina at the Charlotte Motor Speedway in August 2011 by Marlin Club member Phil Heitman.
Click here for story and pictures
New picture of the Marlin raced in the 1966 "24 Hours of Daytona" by the Hess brothers.
See more in the Marlin Racing tab.
|Click here for a great article on the Rambler/AMC Marlin from the AMCRC web pages|
|Auto History Document Library
The Auto History Preservation Society has loaded articles on AMC and other makes on the Auto History Documents Library at the Auto History Preservation Society. All material is downloadable in PDF and has been restored to its original condition
Click here for more information
Auto Club is a non-profit hobby club for the Restoration
and Preservation of the 1965-1967 Marlin Automobile.
Marlin ownership is not required. We publish a
quarterly newsletter, Fish Tales, and sponsor Club
Events. Membership is open to anyone interested.
Membership is renewable each year in December. See
Membership page for more information.