So I think that car is an AMC Ambassador in the USA, and an AMI Rambler in Aus.
(Goes and googles again, which I should have done the first time)
... yes, it is...
I thought it must be because of the door handles and the cross motif on the grill. But I hadn't seen this car when I was a gnat's whisker from actually owning an Australian market RHD 68 AMC Ambassador SST, which looks quite different to this.
There are more fourdoors than twodoors over there it seems. I also looked into an Australian Chrysler Valiant four door that was for sale and did quite fancy it but not quite as much as my ElCo, so I let it slide. There's something quite nice and more mature about a fourdoor muscle car though.
When the old man was working in the shipyards of South Korea, you could spot the top brass at the Hyundai one as they had Grandeurs, usually black with gold accents and occasionally flags - very de rigueur. Middle pecking had Sonata's and the lower rungs who were still given a car had the shopping variants.
It was a similar story at the Daewoo yard, with the Espero and Nexias being the most prevalent in various levels of trim. The village bike... err shipyard 'pool' car was a LeMans that had been abused within an inch of its life. It was affectionately known as the flintstone wagon, I'll let you work out why.