Black Leather Seats ...
1200.00 Dollar US$
17000.00 Dollar US$
SEE VIDEO OF CAR DRIVING AT https://youtu.be/iZGqjuoVXxM
I'm led to believe that I'm the third owner. I bought over ten years ago from an old man in Colorado, and he says he'd had for many years and bought from the original owner in central Florida.
The mileage is 65K -- and I believe it to be true.
Car has new Tires, gas tank, fuel sending unit, Pertronix Ignition. carb rebuilt, brake rebuild and more. Everything was recently gone through and fixed. Everything works except the Cruise Control.
The car easily cruises at 70 mph at about 2600 RPM, and drives straight and smooth. This is not a show car (nor am I asking $30K), but it is easily a Number 3 daily driver. I wouldn't hesitate driving this car from Texas to Alaska -- or Panama. It represents itself as what you would have expected this car to be in the early 70s. The chrome is no longer bright and while the body, truck and underside are in great/solid condition -- there are two small spots (rocker and lower front fender) with a little bubbling. I see nothing that would require a piece of metal more than 6". That's my honest description. I've included many clear photos for your inspection.
For those not knowing what this is, Marlins were made for three years - 65-67. The 65 & 66 were made on the compact Rambler series, which made them look stubby instead of sleek. The far more rare and desirable 67 was made on the full size Ambassador Chassis.
I love this car, and had always intended to restore (it would be an easy restoration) I'm on the 2nd half of my 60s and its time to down size my life away from things I'll never get to.
I want $17K for this car -- and I'm pretty firm on that. Fly in and drive home - or delivery can easily be arranged, even International. Call me at 713-899-7704 if you've been looking for a rare and solid 67 Marlin.
July 20, 2020
July 20, 2020