Rare 1962 Pontiac Catalina Hardtop
389 ci V8 tripower automatic 8 bolt wheels.
Very nice red paint over a extremely solid body with great panel fit. New chrome: bumpers, headlight housing, trim and accents, new side mirrors and wiper blades. 8 Bolt Wheels
14" BFG white walls with Pontiac caps, new white top, very nice red paint over a extremely solid body with great panel fit.
beautiful engine compartment. Under the hood is a rare
ci V8 Tripower engine, automatic transmission, new chrome and new hoses. Red seat upholstry is in excellent condition with no cracks or fading and white accents to match the headliner. New red carpet, seatbelts front and back for safety,
AM Radio, restored factory steering wheel and original owner's guide. Undercarriage is very solid, intact and well preserved.Exterior: Very nice red paint over a extremely solid body with great panel fit New chrome: bumpers, headlight housing, trim and accents New side mirrors and wiper blades 8 Bolt Wheels 14" BFG white walls with Pontiac caps New white topInterior: Red seat upholstry is in excellent condition with no cracks or fading and white accents to match the headliner New red carpet Seatbelts front and back for safety AM Radio Restored factory steering wheel Original owner's guideMechanics: 389
ci V8 Tripower Automatic transmission Beautiful engine compartment New chrome New hosesUndercarriage: Very solid and intact and well preserved.Wikipedia Information"The Pontiac Catalina is an automobile which was part of Pontiac's full-sized line from 1950 to 1981. Initially, the name was used strictly to denote hardtop body styles, first appearing in the 1950 Chieftain Eight and DeLuxe Eight lines. In 1959, the Catalina became a separate model, as the "entry-level" full-size Pontiac. The 1962 Pontiacs received a heavy facelift from the 1961 design with more rounded body contours and new rooflines on two-door hardtops featuring convertible-like bows. Catalina sedans and coupes got a 1-inch (25
mm) wheelbase increase to 120", after spending 1961 on a 119-inch (3,000
mm) length shared with full-sized Chevys (Safari wagons retained the 119-inch (3,000
mm) wheelbase through 1964). Most regular engine and transmission offerings were carried over from 1961 with the 389
L) Trophy V8, ranging in power ratings from 215
kW) to 348
kW). A small number of 1962 Catalinas and other Pontiacs were built with a "non-streetable" 421
L) Super Duty V8 with two four-barrel carburetors and 405
kW), as a US$2,250 option (when the base Catalina listed at US$2,725), along with various "over the counter" performance options offered by Pontiac including aluminum bumpers and even lighter frames with drilled holes (which were dubbed the "Swiss cheese" frames)."American Dream Machines
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