You want to put excitement in your driving...try this 389 c.i. tri-power with manual four on the floor! This is a real sleeper..an auction car at Zephyrhills. A/C makes it practical year round, Note the rear facing third seat, a common practice at the time. It helped eliminate the problem of getting past the second seat to get to the back, but was a trade off in that it required you to board via the tailgate. Used most likely by small children or pets...makes you wonder about the safety of that arrangement!
1951 Buick Super 4 Door Sedan Gray
A very deluxe sedan...notice the carpets, the Dynaflow transmission, the
chome laden, symmetrical dash! Nothing too fancy in the interior, but
everything is of understated, quality materials. The motive power is of
course the overhead valve straight eight. You could always tell a Buick by
its Exhaust note! There was little
difference between the 51 and 52 Buick...slight trim differences.
1950 Crosley Hot Shot Wht
This was Powell Crosley's idea of a sporty car! This guy was ahead of his
time..probably noticed how British sports cars had a fledgling fan base
here in the U.S. He decided this little car could compete...it had disc
brakes, but there were problems with rust, and they were replaced with drum
brakes. The little four had stamina...and after Crosley stopped producing
cars, it was used as a compressor for commercial refrigeration systems.
Crosley produced refrigerators for the home, radios and was into
broadcasting. An interesting guy!
1963 Chrysler New Yorker Salon Edition 4 door Hardtop Beige
All the deluxe features that Chrysler could load into a car, including
cruise control and air conditioning. The salon edition probably included
that three quarter vinyl top plus all those goodies. Lots of chrome and
stainless trim! Only 593 were built, and the price was an expensive $5860.
Chrysler was really establishing a level of luxury with this model!
1934 Chrysler Convertible Coupe Blu
A beautiful car...it evidently sold at auction, price unknown. Nice two
tone color combination, rumble seat...and the grille is so indicative of a
premium car! Chrysler certainly made some stylish, beautiful cars!
1974 Pontiac Catalina 455 Safari Station Wagon Estate 1 Owner Big Block Pull Car
Pontiac Catalina 455 Station Wagon or Break or Estate
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SUV a MAN wans a Catilina 455..;-) Make sure and check out this video I am
sure you will LOVE this wagon it is a GREAT driver and Runs Drives and
Shifts Great it is a 1 or a 2 owner car i need to check before the auction.
Whether You like a Ford, Chevy, Dodge or a Rambler Station Wagon You will
LOVE this wagon. It is like a time a Capsule and is readt to drive. I have
been getting a little partial to Estate Station Wagons lately and wanting
them more than Coupes and it shows in My inventory in what i invest in....
And that is what these cars are is GREAT Investments that can only go UP in
value. Make sure and Subscribe to my Channel I get LOT's of Classic EURO
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All wagons from 71-76 rode on the C-body chassis (127 inch) wheelbase...
(Chevrolet Belair-Townsman, Impala-Kingswood, Caprice-Kingwood Estate), the
Pontiac Safari (Catalina, Bonneville, and Grand Ville wagons were all
Safari's) - (Grand Ville was called Grand Safari), Olds Custom Cruiser
(with 88 and 98 interiors), and Buick Estate (LeSabre and Electra series
interiors). In 1977 the wagons moved to the B-body chassis and rode on
the 116" wheelbase until 1996 when they were discontinued
I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor
1964 Catalina first start of 2010
Here is a the start of my 1964 Pontiac Catalina! I bought this car 10 years
ago. I only started "fixing it up" within the last couple of years. It sat
in a garage in South Dakota from 67 to 1999 when I bought it, then from
1999 to 2008 I had it stored at my parents place.
1972 PONTIAC CATALINA CONVERTIBLE -- SPECTACULAR SURVIVOR
I don't know if you can see the sparkle of the Azure Metallic paint, but it
actually sparkles. And this is an original survivor with no restoration
performed at all. Luscious white vinyl interior is fresh and wholesome
with no tears or wear. Pontiac models this year, from the bottom, are
Ventura II, Firebird, Le Mans, Catalina, Bonneville, Grand Ville, and Grand
Prix. Engines for the Catalina were all V8's and ranged from 350 / 160,
400 / 175, the big block 455 / 185 & 220 bhp. This convertible would run
you about 4 grand and is one of 2,399 Catalina ragtops built this year. So
here you have it. A beautiful rendition of a large bodied Pontiac
convertible splendid in every way you can imagine. Thanks for watchin'
this 1972 Pontiac Catalina convertible.
1968 PONTIAC CATALINA CONVERTIBLE - BEAKED GRILLE CONTINUES
Most car makes years ago could be identified by a certain look, a certain
design. This year the '68 Pontiac tradition continues with it's wide-track
stance and the familiar beaked grille causing instantaneous recognition
that this is indeed a Pontiac. The large Pontiacs came in 3 models: The
Catalina, Executive, and the Bonneville. Engines available for these large
Pontiacs were the 400 cid, 265 hp., 290 hp., 340 hp., or the 428 cid with
between 375 - 390 horses. All engines are V8's. Only 7,339 '68 Catalina
convertibles were made that year. Whereas the only other Pontiac model to
make convertibles was the Bonneville with 7,358 units made. This recently
restored Catalina use to be the owner's college transportation and a lot of
time, funds and sweat was taken to bring this back to factory. So check it
out and see if you can keep from falling for this Pontiac baby. Thanks
very much for viewing this 1968 Pontiac Catalina convertible.
1964 Pontiac Parisienne saga continues, engine break-in, hurdles overcome
Unless one is the owner of a very fancy shop, with every bit and piece
already made, no major work on a classic or antique car is ever going to be
a tranquil walk in the park. Even then there are some total surprises.
While I often say to never give up on your projects, much patience and
puzzle figuring out is always needed for even seemingly routine things.
Parts which are supposed to be good turn out to be duds, and routine
installations and set-ups can have pitfalls as well. But one can look back
and smile, for the awkward moments are what make folks laugh when they say
"Remember the mess that was had doing so and so..." Oh boy, for us it was
distributors put in 180-degrees off, a sudden geyser of coolant due to a
thermostat with no bleed hole, then the thing of installing a spread bore
intake manifold so we could fit a more modern Rochester Quadrajet to
replace the supposedly 'recently run old style Rochester 4-jet square bore.
A wonky Q-jet carburetor, which was promptly named 'Mechanical Dufus' that
had a stuck needle, leading to a flood out, Refitting another one which I
knew I had looked into not too long ago which should work (it did after
some coaxing involving mixing/matching mounting gaskets to get rid of a
vacuum leak). Things finally came together, the prequel will be coming of
the gear shift and transmission linkage installation later on, it looks
like I forgot to edit that part before this clip. We finally did the test
drive, all has worked out pretty fair up to now, A few adjustments and
tinkering will be needed as of this date. Rocker arm final adjustments, a
new accelerator pump piston out of Viton will be needed for the carburetor
to run well with these new gasoline blends. A visit back to the place that
shortened the drive shaft to accommodate the longer 700-R4 overdrive will
be required as there is a bad vibration coming from the car relative to
road speeds only between 80 to 100 KPH (50 to 60 MPH. More to come!
Pontiac Banshee A Longer Look
The Banshee was a vision for what the Firebird could become. Of course,
this concept car could never be built exactly, too low on the road and it
wouldn't pass the safety and crash tests, but it was exciting. It
demonstrated that the problem with GM cars didn't sit on the designers'
shoulders. They were more than capable of dreaming up engaging and fun
vehicles that would set imaginations on fire.
1958 Pontiac Bonneville Fuel Injected Classic Muscle Car for Sale in MI Vanguard Motor Sales
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THIS IS A MATCHING #S 1958 PONTIAC (FUEL INJECTED) BONNEVILLE ULTRA RARE (I
HAVE NEVER SEEN ONE IN MY WHOLE LIFE)!!!. I was VERY LUCKY to ride in a
friends 1957 Pontiac Bonneville Fuel Injected Convertible more than a few
times, BUT!!!!! Here is THE RARE OF THE VERY RARE!!!! A 1958 PONTIAC
BONNEVILLE FACTORY FUEL INJECTED 2 door hardtop for your consideration!!! I
HAVE NEVER SEEN ONE IN OVER 40 years of being in the old car hobby, NEVER!!
I have seen a few 58 TRI POWER BONNEVILLE'S, BUT NEVER a 58 FUEL INJECTED
CAR!!! There were just (630), 1957 Pontiac FUEL INJECTED cars built, and
all were Bonneville convertibles. When 1958 came along there were only
(400) FUEL INJECTED BONNEVILLE CARS BUILT (TOTAL) BETWEEN CONVERTIBLES AND
HARDTOPS!!! So this 58 FI Bonneville is NO DOUBT ONE OF THE RAREST OF ALL
GENERAL MOTORS CARS EVER TO BE PRODUCED!!! AND SHE IS A BEAUTY AND WITH NO
RUST EVER, AND I MEAN NO RUST EVER!!!! She has had one repaint (THE PAINT
IS DROP DEAD GORGEOUS)!! !! (SHE IS AS STRAIGHT AS AN ARROW) and still
sports her ORIGINAL INTERIOR, NOT A REDONE INTERIOR, ITS ORIGINAL
INTERIOR!! The chrome and stainless on this magnificent car is really
SPECTACULAR!! She has Power Steering and Power Brakes for ease of driving
and she has all 4 of her perfect original hubcaps!! The 370 Cu In Pontiac
FI motor is backed up to its original 4 spd. HYDRA MATIC transmission! She
is missing (NOTHING AT ALL) from all of the correct original FUEL INJECTION
PARTS to her correct Exhaust tips!!!
She lacks nothing accept a new home in some ones very special collection,
or at home in your garage!! Or perhaps for a SPECIAL NIGHT OUT ON THE TOWN
IN A CAR THAT (ONLY YOU) WILL HAVE AT ANY CAR SHOW YOU CHOOSE TO PULL
INTO!!! AND THIS I PUT IN STONE!!! You WILL NEVER FIND THE CHANCE TO OWN
SUCH A FIND AGAIN!!! If you are a serious Pontiac collector, or for that
matter just a car nut and want something in a car that is truly TIMELESS,
BREATHTAKING, AND BEAUTIFUL in D ESIGN!! Then this 58 FI Bonneville is a
must have car!!! SHE IS TRULY A MASTER OF ENGINEERING DESIGN!! BEAUTY IS
MORE THAN JUST SKIN DEEP AFTER ALL!!
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