The seller of this 1967 Catalina station wagon states right away the the car has its share of ‘dings, scratches and other imperfections’ and the honesty is appreciated but this appears to be a very nice survivor imperfections or not! The red paint which is believed to be mostly original is complemented by an interesting white two-tone that covers the roof and extends to the rear pillars and to the top of the tailgate. If the nearly all red exterior isn’t enough, take a look inside and you’ll see a beautiful red interior throughout. You can find this very nice survivor on Ebay in Bowling Green. Kentucky where bidding had hit $7,100 early in the auction.
Although the wagon resides in Kentucky, it’s wearing California black plates. A look at the window sticker that’s included shows that it was delivered to Talmadege ‘Babe’ Wood Pontiac in Santa Clara. The window sticker also shows how nicely optioned the car is including 8 lug wheels, power steering, cruise control, automatic transmission and a tilt steering wheel- all in all a hefty $1,132 in options were added. Aftermarket underdash AC was also added although the seller doesn’t describe it’s working condition.
There are just 81,877 original miles on this Catalina and a life in California has treated it well with no body rot evident. The license plate frames are still the original dealer frames used 50 years ago.
The interior is remarkably well preserved with little evidence of any wear. The Pontiac accessory compass was high tech GPS in 1967 and is a nice touch! There is no description of the running condition or if there are any mechanical issues but the engine bay looks as nice as the rest of the car. The seller says he has too many cars right now and he needs to thins the herd, is there a big red Pontiac in your future?