The Wagon is finished in black with woodgrain side panels over a
burgundy velour interior. The Parisienne name was used for Pontiac
models based on the full-size GM B platform between 1982-1986 in
the US market. Power comes from a 5.0-liter V8 driving the rear
wheels through a four-speed automatic transmission. This vehicle
includes a fold-out third-row seat that faces the rear as well as a
period aftermarket cassette deck. (stock cassette included) Split
front bench seat that is power-adjustable on the driver's side.
Additional features include :
Rebuilt in 2019 TH700-R4 4-Speed Automatic Transmission
Black w/Woodgrain Paneling
Burgundy Velour Interior
Folding Third-Row Seat
Aftermarket Cassette Deck
Heat & A/C
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