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1965 Rambler Marlin by American Motors Corporation

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Link to '73 AMC Gremlin with '65 Rambler 327 V8 picture albums on Google+

SEE NEW VIDEO> Test running the XR327 engine!

Before you learn anything else from me about AMC History you need to learn this first;

Since most adult mental illnesses stem from child abuse, and an unfair portion of AMC history is tainted with wrong information, misinformation and disinformation, part of my purpose to make these webpages is to reform this part of US history to benefit the minds of future generations.

As distinguished from 'rooting for the underdog' where much positive motivation may occur, a noticable majority of AMC subcultures contain what I call 'AMC underdog complex'. This is a mental dissorder where a person is initially attracted to AMC products for their perceived positive attributes, and sensing their unfair treatment the person intially takes action to 'right the wrong', but in the process of time the person gradually acquires a taste to enjoy the negative behavior instead.

I'm just going to leave my AMC history info like this for a while and when I feel like rocking the boat some more I will.

Feel free to copy and pictures or info.

Enjoy the hobby.










Marlin Territory

AMC's '65 Rambler Marlin has a remarkable place in US auto history, chronologically located between the '49 Tucker, '57 Chrysler Norseman, '66 Dodge Charger and '67 Ford Torino, which inadvertently tells a story of automotive alternative engines.

(to be continued as grace allows)