1966 Pontiac Catalina 2+2 for sale! Motorcar Classics is pleased to
offer this stunning Pontiac Catalina 2+2 presented in factory
Platinum color with unique black 2+2 bucket seats amp; interior
trim. This example originally came out of Virginia. The engine is a
421 338hp Series 54 bored out to .60 bringing the HP to 348. Specs
include original Carter AFB carburetor, HEI ignition, TH400
Transmission, factory tachometer, red-line radial tires on original
refurbished 8-lug wheels. A frame-on restoration was done in 2004.
New wiring harness was also done in 2008. More recent service
includes new top (2021), interior restoration (2021), refurbishing
carburetor (2020), new HEI distributor in 2020, new diamondback
redlines, new exhaust with flow master and mufflers. This 2+2 comes
with a thick binder of service records, historical docs and
records. The paint and interior is all in pristine
condition.Full-size Pontiacs, including the Catalina were totally
restyled for 1965, with deep-set grilles, vertically stacked
headlights, and a pronounced hood bulge. The sides of the body were
curved with Venturi contours; a lower fin mirrored the shape of the
fenders, and curved side glass was introduced. The real news for
the 1965 Catalina, though, was the introduction of the 2+2 model
with its larger 421 V8 engine and convertible semi-fastback two
door hard top. Pontiac installed the 2+2 option on 6,383 Catalinas
in 1966, but the company's records do not indicate how many cars
with the option were sport coupes or convertibles. Of the total,
2,208 cars had manual transmissions and 4,175 had Hydra-Matic
drive. This is a rare opportunity to own a piece of Pontiac
1966 Pontiac Catalina
Location:Farmingdale, New York
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