1966 American Motors Marlin with the largest engine provided by AMC for the model year, a 327-4-barrel with a console automatic transmission. Heavily optioned as follows: p/s, p/b, functional hazard warning flashers, front and rear bumper guards, new machined mylar door panel inserts, passenger AMERICAN MOTORS vanity mirror, passenger door side view mirror, tilt wheel, factory dual exhaust, magnum 500 rims with N.O.S trim rings, N.O.S American Motors compass, auto-serve tissue dispenser, am/fm radio with trunk mounted 6-disc CD changer, brocade bucket seats, headrests, chrome fan shroud, Blue Marlin electro-static decals, fiftieth Triple AAA grille award, Marlin factory brochure, brand new Holley carb, center armrest, rocker panel moldings, 3:54 positive traction gears, chrome gas filler cap, showroom new sill plates and remote driver door mirror. Indeed, a rare specimen. Car was originally Green. Could be the ONLY all black Marlin as Marlin's were two-tone from the factory. 1966 is believed to be the year to have of the 1965-67 production run.