SURVIVOR 1967 Pontiac Ventura. 400ci 2bbl TH400 Posi

I purchased this car back in October 2010 from the original owners. Its all original with 135k miles. Its 100% complete and in amazing rust free shape. Since I bought it I replace all 4 tires, complete tune up and carb rebuild, new muffler, and all new brakes from master cylinder to brake hoses shoes and drums.

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1967 Pontiac Ventura
The Ventura was first introduced for 1960 as a new higher priced example of the Pontiac's standard full size B-Body model which was shared with the Catalina. This model began with great options like the four-door vista sedan and the two-door hardtop and had a very unique exterior including the deluxe wheel covers, sport steering wheel and even a tri-tone seats. The Ventura went on to become its own series in 1966 through 1969 but was then returned to a custom trim option for the Catalina in 1970. GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this highly original example of the 1967 Pontiac Catalina Ventura for your consideration. This fine riding, fine looking ride comes with a lot of great upgrades from the factory, plenty of work completed to keep it in good running order and has even been professionally evaluated to ensure accuracy and integrity of this listing. The exterior shows well with a factory color still on it, the Rally II wheels look in great condition to really set off the overall appearance and hosts a great list of factory upgrades such as power steering, power brakes, air conditioning which should only need a recharge, push button radio with power antenna and 8-track player. The condition shows the care given to this vehicle, the multiple appraisals ensure the accuracy and not enough can be said for the nostalgia both outside and in. Call or email us for any questions you may have on this great example of a rare model! To see over 80 photos of this car, including under carriage please visit our website www.grautogallery.com





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A ONE YEAR ONLY EDITION - 1967 GRAND PRIX CONVERTIBLE
The Grand Prix was introduced to the Pontiac line in 1962 to spice up the Pontiac offerings. 1967 dawned and Pontiac management decided to spice up the Grand Prix line by offering the a convertible model to compliment the hardtop coupes. The Pontiac design again featured it's wide tread, beaked nose facia, and unique tail treatment. Another design favorite are the hidden headlights, slotted running lights, and the "Poncho" body. The Pontiac Catalina and Grand Prix shared the 121 inch wheelbase. Power for the Grand Prix came from a 360 bhp 428. Sales of the $3813 convertible and the $3549 hardtop rose 15 percent from 1966 with total production amounting to 42,981. For 1967, Pontiac was third place in U.S. car sales! However, the sales increase for 1967 showed only 5,856 orders for the convertible model. Pontiac dropped the Grand Prix convertible after '67 making this an only year edition. Take a look at this Grand Prix for it is really a beautiful car. The "Poncho" body makes the hugh expanse of sheet metal past the front doors look absolutely sexy. Black vinyl interiors were popular for years on all makes of sixties cars and this black pleated interior mimics black leather very well. When remembering Pontiac, models like this makes one realize that Pontiac use to be quite a car manufacturer.





1967 pontiac Grande Parisienne
we are trying to restore my 1967 pontiac grande parisienne i have owned this car for 25 years and it is still in great shape




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