1965 PONTIAC CATALINA 2+2, THE FAST " TIGER "
FOR AN EXTRA $418 YOU COULD GET THE TWO PLUS TWO OPTION AND TURN STANDARD
PONTIAC CATALINA COUPE OR CONVERTIBLE INTO A FAST TIGER. THIS INCLUDED
HEAVY-DUTY SUSPENSION, BUCKET SEATS, 4 BARREL CARB, 3-SPD GEARBOX, FLOOR
MOUNTED HURST SHIFTER, DUAL Exhaust,
CUSTOM PINSTRIPING AND A V-8 421 CID WITH 338 BHP. ( THE OWNER INSTALLED A
455 CID ENGINE ALONG WITH ALUMINUM INTAKE MANIFOLDS AND VALVE COVERS ).
THE ALL SYNCRO MUNCIE 4-SPEED OR A NEW 3-SPEED AUTOMATIC WERE THE TRANNY
OPTIONS. THE WHEELBASE OF THESE PONTIACS ARE 121 INCHES WITH OVERALL
LENGTH OF 214 1/2 INCHES. ADVERTISING PROMOTIONS OF PONTIAC IN THE DAY
STATED THAT PONTIAC WAS A WILD TIGER AND IT'S FAMOUS WIDE-TRACK STANCE WAS
PART OF THAT IMAGE. THE 2+2 COULD DO THE QUARTER MILE IN 15 SECONDS.
11,521 2+2'S WERE SOLD MAKING THIS EXAMPLE A SELDOM SEEN PONTIAC. THE
OWNER STATES THAT HE KNOWS OF ONLY 20 OR SO STILL IN EXISTENCE. THE SPLIT
GRILLE WITH A "BEAK" SEPERATION IS A PONTIAC STYLING CUE OF THE SIXTIES AS
WELL AS THE HUGE OBLONG TAILIGHTS. CHECK OUT THE EXPANSE OF SHEET METAL
PAST THE DOOR THAT TRAILS TO THE BACK BUT REACHES UP INTO THE ROOFLINE.
ALSO NOTE THE FLAIRED TRIM ALONG THE BOTTOM. THE PAINT JOB OF THE FACTORY
MONTERO RED IS SPECTACULAR AND IS OFFSET BY THE WHITE PINSTRIPING. THANKS
VERY MUCH FOR VIEWING THIS VERY RARE 2+2. And by the way, Pontiac died
October 31st after 84 years.
1973 oldsmobile omega build
This is my 1973 oldsmobile omega project that i have been working on for a
little over a year now. I got a lot done but still have a ways to go on
Tony Bromley's 400 to 460 stroke Pontiac Dyno Pull | QMP Racing
550 torque @ 5800rpm
535hp @ 4000rpm
For those of you paying attention and noticed the numbers aren't the same
on the screenshot, its because we made another few runs, but didn't tape
them. We'll upload a pic soon.
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Pontiac 400 break in
Number matching engine. Pontiac 400 cid. Break in of camshaft.
Formula 1973 with non stock color ( it supposed to be Burma Brown)
(Part 1) 1962 Pontiac Convertible Destroyed In Decades
http://www.junkyardjunkeez.com As Sam is taking you past old abandoned cars
on this farm junkyard tour, he is thinking the main feature of a 1962
Pontiac Parisienne is the rust damage. But he is about to get a surprise
when he walks around to the other side and gets a closer look... and sees
it's a convertible! Look for part 2 on YouTube or visit our web site above
and click the 'Old Cars On Farms' button.
1957 Pontiac Starchief Convertible
What a beautiful Starchief! As if it weren't beautiful enough, check under
the hood! This car really has it all. Triple carbureted 347 c.i. Pontiac
engine, dual range Hydramatic. 1957 was a beautiful year for Pontiac!
Notice that the "Silver Streak" chrome bands are absent from the hood,
supposedly at the direction of John DeLorean.
389 Pontiac On Simtester
Watch John Edwards as he describes the Simtesting of a 389 Pontiac GTO
engine at Costa Mesa R&D Automotive Machine. (949) 631-6376 Be sure to
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1954 Pontiac Star Chief Converitible
A BEAUTIFUL 1954 Pontiac Starchief Convertible For Sale in Chicago. This 54
Pontiac Convertible has experienced a complete frame off, rotisserie
restoration! There is just over 545 miles since restoration was completed!
The 268 cubic inch straight eight engine has been completely rebuilt and is
professionally detailed right down to the correct engine decals. The
transmission is the 4 speed Hydramatic and functions properly. The choke
sets on the carburetor and kicks down like it should. The factory Bolero
Red repaint is awesome and the chrome shines brighter than the paint! Top
power convertible top functions properly Options on this Starchief are AM
radio that works, power convertible top, power brakes, 2 tone full leather
interior, optional under seat heater/defroster, special Bolero Red exterior
paint, white convertible top, working under hood light, convertible top
boot with storage bag, full hub caps, and full factory gauges. The
emergency brake, horn, wipers, lights all function properly. The side
windows roll down smoothly. The hood, doors, and trunk lid close nicely.
The tires are the bias ply style with wide whitewalls and those are in
great shape also. The underneath of this car is clean and detailed. In 2010
this Pontiac took 3 first place wins at the World of Wheels, and two first
place wins at the Pheasant Run Pontiac Show. There is over 250,000 into
this restoration! 1954 was the last year of the Pontiac Straight 8 engine.
Pontiac StarChief was the only Pontiac convertible offered in 1954. Total
Pontiac Star Chief production was 115,088 according to the standard catalog
so using 4% of total production gets convertible production at 4,604 cars.
Using 5% gets 5,750 convertibles. So about 5,000 54 StarChief convertibles
were produced. This 1954 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible can be seen at
www.gatewayclassiccars.com, and is located in our Chicagoland Showroom,
which can be reached at 708 444 4488.
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