Current Auction: Mount Vernon, WA Auction on December 8th, 2018
1965 Rambler Marlin Fastback DGC0460. VIN. 4100460. This is the first Marlin I have owned in all these years. You don’t see many of these cars. Great looking car, red with black trim. I was impressed with the condition and that even the cigarette lighter works. The AM/FM radio works but I could only get the FM. I was not able to switch it over to AM. The dash and dash pad are beautiful. I have been driving the Marlin about 30 miles. It gets thumbs up. It’s set up with a 287 V-8 engine with automatic transmission, power steering and power disc brakes on the front. The master cylinder and the power booster look new. Joe, at Old School Garage, replaced the left front brake caliber when he was doing the service and safety check. Joe also repacked the drive shaft, and installed a new muffler. Not many cars had disc brakes in 1965. New, very good looking Vision 141 Legend 17” mag wheels and new tires with about 150 miles. I found rust in the right side of the trunk. The under side is not “show” but it looks solid. Did find a little more rust, but nothing major. Check out all the underside photos. The engine compartment is clean it even has the original window washer bag. The spare is like new and has a jack and lug wrench but I did not find a jack base. The paint has some imperfections. See photos. The body is really straight. The interior needs some work. Headliner, front seats, carpets.