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https://chicago.craigslist.org/nwc/cto/d/1967-pontiac-catalina/6446138550.html



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Interesting car, but I have never cared for the front end of the 67 Full size Ponchos. Glad they fixed it in 68.

Pat

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Man I love this car, such a well-preserved odd ball from the looks of it. How can it have over 100,000 miles and be so good? Wonder if it's manual steering? And how do you operate the heater?

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IMG_1092.JPGKevin,
If you look at the interior pic you will notice to the right of the steering column there are a couple knobs and a face plate that at first glance appears to be a radio. It's not a radio those are the heater controls. I believe this is a radio delete car,  to the right of the cigarette lighter right of the heater controls is a wood grain pannel this is where the radio if equipped would be. I'm also pretty sure this is a manual steering car. On the Pontiacs the power steering pumps were a bit offset and below the alternator. The alternator sat higher on the engine with power steering.



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Great info Larry, thanks for the insights! And that info makes me like this car even more :)

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Pat Dilling wrote:

Interesting car, but I have never cared for the front end of the 67 Full size Ponchos. Glad they fixed it in 68.

Pat


 Hi Pat

That's pretty much the reason I passed on it. I never liked that nose myself. But the ugly nose on such a odd car can be a big plus.

Jim



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interesting car , i always imagined Catalinas to be equipped

this one is pretty basic

and that ugly nose hmmmm you dont see it when your driving that cool 3 speed 400 4 v

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This car is a good candidate for a few upgrades while leaving most of it the way it is. It IS a Manual Brake car as evidenced by the lack of stainless trim around the foot pedals. No trim=no power brakes...and they also have a pic of the engine verifying. Never seen a radio delete on a '67. BTW, the '67s weren't too bad looking...if I had a choice I'd take a '67 over a '68.

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car is in Anderson  ca. 



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