Pontiac has been a household American automotive name since its conception in 1931. Over its time as a General motors icon, Pontiac has always had a product that was known to be sporty, fast and affordable and in 1959 the Pontiac Catalina was introduced and became one of General motors best selling models for decades. Beginning in 1972 the Catalina was redesigned to have the iconic Grand Prix style Vee grille which really gave it that sporty look.
This 1973 Pontiac Catalina is an exceptional original example having just 17,000 original miles from new and having only two owners. So original and well preserved that it won a preservation first from the AACA, and a preservation award from the Pontiac club at their 2018 eastern regional meet and a first in class award at the same Pontiac meet. It is most likely the most well preserved 1973 Pontiac Catalina coupe in existence. The paint, chrome and upholstery are all original and it runs and drives like the day it was purchased new in 1973. The engine is the original 400 cubic inch V8, putting out 200 horsepower. Equipped with power windows, power steering and power brakes for a very easy and comfortable driving experience. If you are looking for a car that is 100% original from the Muscle car era than this is the car for you.
Engine: 400 cu in. 6.6L V8
Transmission: 3-Speed Automatic