1964 Pontiac Catalina 2+2
- Miles exempt
- Real numbers matching, PHS documents
- 1964 Pontiac Catalina 2 door hardtop with 2+2 trim option.
- Body style #2347 Catalina Sport Coupe. Original bill of sale and letter from the original owner's son. Photos of the car with the original in 1964 when it was purchased. This is a 100% numbers matching car. PHS documented with original warranty paper and owners manual.
- Correct nut and bolt frame off rotisserie restoration detailed as built from the factory.
- Original professionaly rebuilt 389 engine: Code 11H = 389/267 hp cid with nos Rochester 2bbl carb, aluminized single exhaust and rebuilt Roto Hydramatic 10 ("Slim Jim") 3 speed automatic transmission.
- Car is finished in correct acrylic lacquer "Q code" (Gulfstream Aqua) paint along with new correct black Cordova (vinyl) top. Interior code "82B" black vinyl bucket seats with 2+2 trim option (code 381).
- Window sticker factory options include AM pushbutton Super Deluxe radio with optional rear speaker, power steering, power brakes, date coded soft ray tinted glass, remote left outside fender mounted mirror, back up lamps, dash lock, inside day/nite mirror, deluxe steering wheel, deluxe wheel covers, 2 speed with wiper motor with washer and front/rear floor mats.
- Dealer installed accessories include dash mounted Pontiac Tachometer, console mounted Pontiac Vacuum guage, and rear trunk mounted utility wheel light.
- This car was originally built in January 1964 in Pontiac, Michigan for Joanne and F James Sturgess and delivered to Davis Motors Pontiac in June 1964.
- Mr. Sturgess was the sales manager in a GM dealership in Michigan. He traded in his '62 Tempest Lemans and factory ordered this '64 2+2 car as a full size family car, 47 years later it was professionally restored the same was Mr. Sturgess ordered it.
- Frame up; very specific to detial in using all available NOS parts and authorized GM licensed parts only.
- This car was restored for the Pointiac Purist - as a true family car. Unmolested, unaltered from its factory build sheet specs.
- It drives and runs as brand new off the showroom floor from June 1, 1964.
- Odometer reset to zero miles upon restoration.
- Complete set of restoration photos, start to finish.
- This car could never be duplicated for the selling price.
- Must see in person, it is jaw dropping.
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