This 1963 Pontiac Catalina feels like it has the best of everything. You have the great Pontiac details like the 8-lug wheels, distinct grille, and a shining factory-correct red. Plus, there's something awesome about a long coupe with a hardtop profile. And this has also been given the right upgrades everywhere, from more V8 power to cold-blowing A/C inside.
The factory-correct Grenadier Red is bold, and it retains its vibrant style thanks to quality care and investments. We're glad to .....
see the paint's shine make it a standout because the whole car feels exceptional. The profile ensures everyone recognizes how straight this sheet metal is thanks to the full-length trim zooming down the side. The bumpers look straight and clean, and the front one is notched so that it looks like It's cradling the outstretched headlights. In the rear, you can tell the designer got exactly what they wanted by how everything so beautifully flows together. This is a true cruiser, right down to the details, like the intricate grill, bright dual exhaust tips, and rear fender skirts. And if you're a Pontiac fan, you know nothing beats the unique style of special 8-lug wheels. It's all part of a package where you can tell they took extra time to get it looking impressive.
One of the best reasons for having a pillarless hardtop is so people can get a terrific view inside when the windows are down. And this one shows off that appeal. The triple-tone upholstery is pure 1960s style, and the condition today almost looks like it was locked away in a time capsule. And the door panels, headliner, carpeting, and dash all coordinate in color and quality. They even paid attention to the little things, like the condition of the translucent steering wheel and the working dome light. A full-sized coupe is great for sharing with family and friends. And everyone is happy to ride in a classic with an AM/FM radio and R134a cold-blowing air conditioning. But this is the kind of coupe where the driver takes priority. You can tell by the little extras you get, like an auxiliary gauge trio and the correct-style Pontiac tach.
The engine bay makes sure this is a true cruiser. It has the stock look of the turquoise paint on the block and the AC air grabber. But this is a later, larger 428 cubic-inch V8. Topped with a four-barrel carburetor, this one loves to fire up eagerly and use its big torque to pull this coupe with authority. This is all part of a boulevard-ready package that includes power steering, power brakes, and a stout but smooth TH400 three-speed automatic transmission.
This Catalina has the size, style, features, and poise to be the exact right classic cruiser for you. So don't let it be the start in someone else's garage. Call now!