Voiture collection Pontiac Catalina cabriolet (convertible) de 1964
Moteur V8 389ci
Couleur blanc Ermine et intérieur bleu (Meduim Aqua metallic)
Volant 2 branches
Pneus radiaux à bandes blanches
In 1964, even Pontiac’s mid-priced rivals within General Motors responded to the Catalina’s success in the marketplace as well as to capture Chevy Impala owners “trading up” to cars from upscale GM divisions. Buick took its lowest-priced big car, the LeSabre, and lowered the base sticker price further by substituting a smaller 300 cu in (4.9 L) V8 engine and two-speed automatic transmission from its intermediate-sized cars in place of the 401 cu in (6.6 L) V8 and three-speed automatic used in other big Buicks.
SPECIFICS / BUILD INFORMATION
-Excellent Ermine White Paint.
-White Convertible top.
-Steel Wheels with Pontiac Knock-off Hubcaps.
- Thin White Radial Tires
- Excellent Bright Work
-Medium Aqua Metallic Interior.
-Factory Dash and A/C vents.
-Automatic on the Column.
-2 Barrel Carb.
-Factory A/C Car.