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Old 08-12-2019, 12:16 AM
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Default 67 Catalina 2 door fastback

This car has such clean lines with that fastback profile...Pains me to let her go but considering it. Too many projects, too little time...and it belonged to a friend who had to let her go too. The 2 door fastbacks are hard to find, especially in this rust free condition. The odometer says 37,057 miles and there has been some argument over whether its original unflipped mileage. Certainly there are some factors that lend one to believe it might be. Decide for yourself.

Rust on the car is limited to a little surface rust in spots and a couple of hidden spots the size of a pencil eraser around where the tail light support inner structure is. Not even a visible spot when you put the tail lights in. And its not flaky nasty rust there either. Its almost as if the metal evaporated.

Quarters, fenders, trunk, floors, rockers, dash by the windshield....all the usual places for rust.....there is none. The body is straight, no dents. The doors shut like its a new car. Interior is very nice and clean, although the headliner is suffering a bit.

The body is going to be an easy prep for paint, other than the usual task of pulling off trim.

2 choices on engines. A) The original 400 engine runs, but it needs a head gasket. Thats the reason it was parked years ago and the antifreeze drained. It runs poorly right now because the 2 barrel carb after all these years has dried gaskets and the accelerator pump is history. Obviously we havent run it for more than a few moments anyway without coolant.

B) A rebuilt 455 for $1750 extra. No details on the build but it was built to be a street engine so not likely to be anything wild. Does have 6x heads so they obviously knew this was a perfect match for that 9.2:1 or so compression which is perfect for the avg street 455. Edelbrock aluminum intake.

The hood has had a pair of 68-69 GTO scoops grafted in. Also have a 67 Grand Prix nose for it which will give it the clean hidden headlight look. Included is a pic of what that looks like when finished on another pontiac 67 B-body.

No title as it came from a no title state but does have the signed registration, so no problem getting a title in your state.
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Old 08-12-2019, 12:18 AM
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more pics...last is how it would look with the GP nose (included) and hood scoops
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Old 08-12-2019, 01:08 AM
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How much is the car???
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Old 08-12-2019, 09:01 AM
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Location?
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Old 08-12-2019, 11:40 PM
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Sorry guys, I somehow deleted the price in the main ad. Its $3950 and I'm located in Landenberg PA 19350
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Old 08-25-2019, 02:03 PM
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lowering the price to $3600
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Old 08-25-2019, 06:04 PM
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Do you have all the stainless trim that runs down both sides of the body? I'm guessing someone was goofing around with the 428 emblems on the front fenders.
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Old 08-26-2019, 08:28 PM
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Do you have all the stainless trim that runs down both sides of the body? I'm guessing someone was goofing around with the 428 emblems on the front fenders.
I have the smaller trim that goes down the sides, but the large trim at the bottom is missing. Yes, the 428 stencil is someone's idea of fun.
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more pics...last is how it would look with the GP nose (included) and hood scoops
I think the 67 Pontiac Grand Prix has the best looking front end out of any car ever made..
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Old 09-13-2019, 05:34 PM
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I agree its pretty terrific
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