1963 Pontiac Catalina Ventura 2-Door Hardtop
Cordovan (dark metallic brown), original factory matching # 421 cu. inch HO Engine, 370 HP, Tri-power, Original air cleaner, 11B is the 421 Catalina engine code, the T on the block is for the 4-Speed Transmission, Original Shifter, Heavy Duty Clutch, 8 Lug Wheels, sitting on B.F. Goodrich 850/14 bias ply tires, Delux Steering Wheel, came from factory with a 3.42 saf-t-trac (posi) rear end, later replaced with an original 3.90 saf-t-trac unit, paint was done in 1990, interior is original tri-tone vinyl, carpet was replaced from SMS Auto Fabrics, has correct Pontiac AM/FM radio and it works, Rear Speaker, has back up light delete plates, all engine numbers match the PHS (Pontiac Historical Services) build sheet, odometer shows 69,744 which appears to be correct. Judged Senior Gold at POCI in 2007. This car was originally delivered to Gianera Pontiac in Montrose, California and judging from the floor pans it must have spent most of its life there. They are rust free. PHS documentation with car, Delivery Sheet, partial Build Sheet, Production Sheets, Specification Sheets & a reproduction Window Sticker. This is one fabulous 1963 Pontiac Catalina factory 421 HO car.
This ’64 Pontiac Catalina convertible has been completely restored, and with the interior from a 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix formerly owned by the seller’s grandfather.
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