1966 Pontiac Catalina for sale 101024703
1966 Pontiac Catalina
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1966 Pontiac Catalina


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This is a 62,170 original mile sweetheart. If you can appreciate what a low mile car has to offer this car is for you. A low mile car feels better, functions better and the bits and pieces look nicer. EXTERIOR: This car is straight as a laser everything fits real nicely. Doors, hood and trunk shut nice. The paint has a nice smooth finish. Bumpers are bright but have some patina up close. Side moldings are straight and shiny. The white convertible top looks new, has glass window. Windshield is original and still very nice. The Rally II wheels are very nice, tires look new. ENGINE COMPARTMENT: Really well preserved, all original except upgraded chrome valve covers and air cleaner. Smooth running original 389 with original 4 barrel carb puts out 325 hp. Has power steering and brakes. New insulation under the hood. INTERIOR: Wow, the dash is amazingly clean. This is one of those benefits you will only find in a low mile car. All of the chrome bezels, knobs sparkle. The lenses are crystal clear, gauges look brand new. The plastic bezel all across the passenger side is mint, dash pad is soft and does not have a crack. The steering wheel is really cool. It has clear see through plastic which always cracks. This one looks brand new. Actually these steering wheels cost $1,200 to restore. It also has the factory AM-FM radio. The door panels, back seat are in really nice shape. Front seat has a couple splits in the seams. Carpet has been replaced along with matching embroidered floor mats. The convertible top frame is still like new looking. Honestly the seat is easy to have recovered. The dash area, steering wheel etc are mint, thats almost impossible to duplicate. TRUNK COMPARTMENT: Excellent, all original condition. Solid metal that has never been resprayed. Has the factory spatter finish paint, the original rubber mat and matching cardboard side panels. The spare is a matching rally II wheel with brand new matching Firestone tire. Also includes the jack and new trunk weatherstrip still in the package. Jamb is slick, factory seems are crisp. Bottom side of trunk lid looks like it has original paint in excellent condition. UNDERSIDE: Very solid original metal. No signs of patches or repairs. The inner rockers, drain holes, lower inner 1/4 panels are untouched and solid. The drain holes still have the rubber flaps. The shocks look new, new starter, dual exhaust is recent, has sway bars. Great, honest car. Not a bad looker either! Power steering Power brakes Am-Fm radio Seatbelts Rally ll wheels Seat belts Embroidered floormats

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
  • Classic Car ID
  • Stock Number
  • Category
    American Classics
  • Body Style
  • New/Used
  • Mileage
  • Engine
    389-325 H.P.
  • Drivetrain
  • Transmission
    Turbo 400 Automatic
  • Exterior Color
  • Custom Color

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