Gateway Classic Cars of Denver welcomes this 1969 Pontiac Catalina.
A little history ,The name 'Catalina' was first used on the 1950 Chieftain Series 25/27 Hardtop, Pontiac’s top trim level package at the time, and later added to the Star Chief in 1954, Pontiac’s equivalent of the Chevrolet Bel Air. The 1969 Pontiacs received a major restyling with somewhat more squared off Sheet metal (though not as much as similar cars from other GM divisions) and rooflines, the coke bottle rear flanks were gone. However, the basic 1965 chassis, inner-body structure and four-door pillared sedan roofline were retained although vent windows were dropped on all models and Safari wagons got a new two-way tailgate that could be opened to the side like a door or downward like a tailgate - similar in design to that introduced by Ford Motor Company on Ford/Mercury wagons in 1966. Catalinas also got a one-inch wheelbase increase to 122. Headrests became standard on all ’69 Pontiacs built after January 1. [ omitted ]. The standard three-speed manual transmission and optional three-speed Turbo Hydra-matic were continued as before, but the four-speed manual with Hurst shifter was dropped from the option list. (Source Wikipedia)
This Pontiac Wide Track Catalina does have the 400 C.I. with the 400 Turbo Trans., the Pontiac T Traction, which would allow it to peg the speed-O to where the bugs don’t have time to say â€œOH N-!â€œ. This highway cruiser, with Leather/ Vinyl seats, does have A/C (needs a recharge) Heater, and Power Steering and Power Brakes, and it just glides along at speed.
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