Pontiac Grande Parisienne Coupe 1966.
Only approximately 1500 coupes were manufactured out of the Canadian GM Pontiac plant.
This was the same facility which made the RHD Australian bound cars when new, this believed to be the only Grande Parisienne down under. This Grande Coupe features the 455 “Big Block” engine teamed with the GM Turbo 400 transmission with 2800 stall converter. The fully balanced engine features a Twin Holley 600 set up with Offenhauser inlet manifold and custom made extractors. The car has lots of performance on tap , yet tractable and smooth for just cruising around.
Interior is in beautiful order with full instrumentation and a full length centre console. The engine bay is fully detailed and presents well. The boot is fully trimmed including the spare wheel cover.
Despite being completed over 30 years ago, this Pontiac still reflects the quality of the thorough restoration undertaken at that time.
Winner of the Best Custom Car at the Pontiac Nationals in 1999 and featuring on the cover of Custom Rodder in 1993 and with a full page spread in Street Heat Magazine. Recorded mileage is 20,034 miles.
Included with car is a comprehensive history and receipt file, copies of the magazines and articles plus other sundry model material. To build this Pontiac 455 like this today would not only be very expensive, but finding a similar car almost impossible.
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