Described as an unrestored time capsule this 30,679 mile Catalina wagon is certainly one of the more desirable wagons we’ve come across. Pontiac’s crisp clean styling was in full force by 1964 and they didn’t miss a beat in executing their wagon designs. The white/red color combination looks fantastic (don’t all 60’s cars look great in white/red!) and the 8 lug wheels and 389 V8 are pure Pontiac excitement. Listed on Ebay in Wentzville, Missouri this one owner masterpiece has a BIN of $32,000.
Pontiac’s distinctive stacked headlights were a trademark for the better part of a decade. By 1964 the days of slapping chrome on with a trowel were gone and Pontiac’s use of chrome was very tasteful.
The seller gives little information about the car but we do know it’s a one owner wagon with original paint, power steering, power brakes and the aforementioned 389 V8 and 8 lug wheels. Although the cars history isn’t described the seller does include PHS documentation. With an Anheuser-Busch decal and the cars proximity to St Louis one wonders if this was a brewery employees wagon.
I just love the deep red interior and use of Naugahyde on the seats that Pontiac did so well. The 30,000 mileage claim is pretty easy to verify from the photos alone. Clearly this is a well maintained time capsule that is so hard to find for station wagons. We like this car a lot and with a BIN of $32,000, the seller probably isn’t too far off of a realistic selling price.