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.
Believed to be a one of one, the Pick of the Day is a two-owner 1961 Pontiac Catalina convertible that has a removable hardtop and Pontiac Historic Services documentation.
My buddy and I drove 18,000 miles round the USA last summer, 4000 miles of it in a 1972 Pontiac Catalina Safari station wagon I bought on eBay from a dealer in Peru, Illinois.
The Collingwood Motors “Tonto VI” 1963 “Swiss Cheese” Catalina may share the same external envelope as every other Catalina of similar vintage.
The sell-through rate at Mitch Silver’s inaugural Arizona in the Fall auction was only 26 percent.
Pontiac held onto the number 3 position in the USA for vehicle sales from 1962 through 1969.
Through the 1960s and into the 1970s, a breed of independent Italian car maker, all of whom wanting to become the next Ferrari, created limited-production sports and grand touring cars. Not having the full resources from which to construct their cars from the ground up, they were able to take advantage of several resources available […]
To celebrate the sale of the first million Mustangs, Ford did a special Sprint package in the spring of 1966. The package provided upgraded equipment for Mustangs with 6-cylinder engines, and proved successful enough that for 1968, a Sprint “Package B” option was available with a V8 engine. The Pick of the Day is a […]
“Cars of the Eighties, Nineties and 2000s at Risk of Terminal Decline” screamed the headline on the news release from Britain’s Retro Cars magazine. What? Has there been some Brexit catastrophe that threatens the existence of three decades of vehicles in the UK? Not quite. However, the magazine checked the Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency […]