1965 Rambler Marlin by American Motors Corporation
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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.
AMC's Rambler Marlin is another good example of an AMC product which has many disparaging sayings made by non-enthusiasts attached to the car's reputation.
The other side of the Rambler Marlin story could plausibly be assembled by someone who actually likes the car!
Another thing is the popularity issue; not many people get to have the personal experience of owning a driving a Marlin and this factor only gets worse in the passage of time where fewer examples of the car remain.
So it's predictable the car will get more of the 'gossip factor' in the future.
There's also something to be said about Rambler Marlin as work of automotive art; it's provokes both positive an negative comments, which otherwise reflect that individual's sentiments. But how much interest is there to describe the looks of suitcase? or a beachball?
Rambler Marlin has provacative dramatic styling.