The Parisienne model was manufactured by Pontiac and sold in Canada. The American equivalent to the Parisienne was the Catalina. The Parisienne boasted a long band of descriptive chrome along the front fender, ending across the door. Chrome is also featured around the wheel wells, rocker panel and gas lid. The hard top roof silhouettes the outside of a convertible top and adds elegance to the long smooth body.
This car features all original glass, including 3 of the 4 T-3’headlights. The maroon interior is original from the factory and is not cracked or faded. The star patterned is framed in chrome. Most of the black enamel paint is original to the car. The orange 283 cu. In motor still has all the original safety decals from the factory. Wide nylon whitewalls surround the original hubcaps.
This Pontiac has been owned by the same family since it was purchased in 1963 in Edmonton, Alberta from a local dealer. The original bill of sale can be found in the glove box along with the factory manuals.
The Parisienne has placed continually in the first or second place at ISSA car shows when competing in the current restored class, even though it has never been restored.
The car has been referred to as a time capsule by many.
This Pontiac would be appreciated by any car collector, and especially since the Parisienne has been discontinued.