This rare one year body style Catalina has been professionally
restored to a very high standard and has been kept in completely
stock configuration with the exception of the addition of a high
quality sound system. The quality of the paint, chrome and
mechanical restoration is excellent. The paint is deep black with
attention to detail showing in the door jams, engine compartment
and trunk. The engine looks to be fresh with new hoses, belts,
radiator and ancillary systems. The door and panel fit is very good
with even gaps. The upholstery is in good condition and the
interior is equipped with seat belts. The power convertible top is
new and made of vinyl with a clear plastic rear window and operates
perfectly. The Pontiac starts easily and runs well with good
predictable road manors. The 389 CID engine is mated to a three
speed automatic transmission and is assisted by power steering and
power brakes. Here is a video test drive:
This is a well restored and rare car that offers turn key cruising at a fraction of the cost that this restoration cost. This car is very well priced by a motivated consignor. The Catalina comes with a clean California title and is exempt from California smog certification.
Low rate financing is available with rates as low as 3.5% APR with approved credit. You can apply directly on our website (www.lagunaclassiccars.com) by clicking on the "Financing" tab.
We can also arrange delivery to almost anywhere.
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Restored to perfection, and the perfect vehicle for cruising Florida’s two-lane roads
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