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Old 07-24-2021, 04:04 PM
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Default '66 Pontiac 2+2, 421/4-sp, Tri Power

Sweet car with nice docs from the original selling dealer in Oak Lawn, IL.

Nice colors, too...I would have ordered it the same way!

Believe this is the same seller who had listed the Dusk Blue '69 SS427 Impala convertible a couple weeks back.

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Just needs 8 lugs - then it'd be perfect!
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Old 07-24-2021, 08:55 PM
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Sweet car with nice docs from the original selling dealer in Oak Lawn, IL.

Nice colors, too...I would have ordered it the same way!

Believe this is the same seller who had listed the Dusk Blue '69 SS427 Impala convertible a couple weeks back.

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Correct! Plus it is the same owner currently selling the 4 Speed Caprice Wagon

He is a great car guy.....with one of the best Big Block, Big Car, 4 Speed Collections.

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Believe this is the same seller who had listed the Dusk Blue '69 SS427 Impala convertible a couple weeks back.
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Old 07-24-2021, 10:02 PM
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In 1966, a dead ringer to this was the fastest Day-1 car in town, largely because it would hook up on factory tires with 3:73 gear, and the owner was an experienced drag racer.

Beautiful Poncho!!

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These big Pontiac’s like this make me question my Bowtie loyalty & truly indicates that Chevrolet was NOT GM’s Flagship of the fleet! Look at that interior!
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Nobody was doing it better than Pontiac 1962-1966, NOBODY.
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if you think thats cool, check out his 67 caprice wagon on his other auction
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If you read the description on the wagon it appears he rebodied it.
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----Great 66! A small thing, but something that totally bugs me is how the bucket seats were bolted in right over the carpet. GM never did that to my knowledge. They always mounted the seats to the bare floor and had a flap covering the bolt and bracket!.....Bill S
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