1969 Pontiac Catalina Bonneville Convertible

1969 Pontiac Catalina Bonneville Convertible

1969 Pontiac Catalina Bonneville Convertible

Little bit confusing between Catalina and Bonneville, they are is different car but styled was similar overall. Only badges can distinguish, however, if no badges you should come closer inspection to find one of them.

This a late of third generation Catalina, but did not rule it is a fourth generation of the Bonneville. Released in 1969 fairly cool in Convertible style, found this one in Craigslist looking for a new owner, asking $15000 located in Vista, California. Unfortunately the restoration outcome not optimal represented by low light photos but anyway its still show a little how that's look in real.

For both lineages especially the Catalina, 1969 model was received a major restyling. Like a smooth transition or preparation for jump to next generation the factory give a new face for the 1969 with aligned headlights but still retain its beak and followed by the final model a year later with more widely beak were is more similar with the next generation style.

As shown here all look clean and neat inside and outside, the engine bay fitted by its original content without followed by issue as the owner promising. This could be one nicest example of the classic Pontiac restoration outcome. So this Catalina or Bonneville is doesn't matter.



Black On Black 2007 Pontiac Solstice Roadster

Black On Black  2007 Pontiac Solstice Roadster

Black On Black 2007 Pontiac Solstice Roadster

Here's we found this one the American roadster, was named the Solstice is a 2-seat sports car that was made by Pontiac based on the GM Kappa platform, which also underpins the Saturn Sky, Opel GT, and Daewoo G2X. As we've seen here is early Pontiac Solstice GXP version fairly handsome on Black on Black scheme, it carries a 2.0 L Ecotec straight-four engine fitted with a dual-scroll turbocharger mated with 5-speed Aisin AR5 manual, can produces 260 Hp that's is the highest specific output engine ever made by General Motors at 2.1 hp per cubic inch and also the first gasoline direct injection engine from an American automaker. The factory claims, less 5.5 seconds from 0 to 60 mph and 142 mph for top speed.

As we've seen here is a remarkable sample of the Pontiac Solstice GXP Roadster released in 2007 is said excellent condition has been driven about 81777 miles. If you're interested it already posted in Craigslist about 5 days ago looking for $7999 in Los Angeles, California. That's a seriously cool American roadster was looking for a new home.



1965 Pontiac GTO Tiger Gold White Convertible

1965 Pontiac GTO Tiger Gold White Convertible

1965 Pontiac GTO Tiger Gold White Convertible

Here's found this one in Craigslist American beauty was made by Pontiac, as we've seen here is a first generation of the Pontiac GTO built in 1965 still in original and excellent condition overall, come with rare color combination between Tiger Gold with Parchment Interior ready to go. As we've knew the first generation GTO was a muscle car they carried a 389 ci V8 Engine 360hp with Tri-Power mated with 3-speed automatic and this one of them has been drive about 104000 miles clothed in a beautiful 2-door convertible body.

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This could be a remarkable condition for its ages, and this one of amazing American muscle car for rarity and its current performance. The GTO already offered in Craigslist about 29 days ago, looking for $65000, must see if you seriously want.



Ultra Rare, 1977 Pontiac Can Am

Ultra Rare 1977 Pontiac Can Am

Ultra Rare, 1977 Pontiac Can Am

Here's we found this one at craigslist the ultra rare American muscle car Pontiac Can Am which offered by Pontiac it a special edition based on the Pontiac LeMans also come with special option package and was only available in 1977. As we've seen here all looks perfect has a correct shape, the seller claims is a great running car powered by the Pontiac 6.6L 400 engine mated with a Turbo 400 transmission only has 77K original miles on it. Less than 1,400 were ever produced and it is estimated that less than 300 remain in existence today and no one knows how many of those even still run!

A really rare classic muscle car, seems is rarely used and always on dry storage like a time capsule, never been restored or custom built, absolutely remarkable condition. The car already offered in Craigslist about a month ago, asking for $ 11900, located in Phoenix, Arizona.

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