Welcome to Hooniverse Fastback Friday, where I find some interesting Fastback Vehicles from across the web to bring to your attention. Blake has lately been on a British Car Obsession, and while I can appreciate the occasional piece from Great Britain, they are nowhere near as reliable as a 1960’s American Full Sized Car. On top of that, the typical British heap commands more money than either of these two Classic American Beauties. Let’s discover the 1965 Pontiac 2+2 Hardtop, and the 1967 Pontiac Executive Hardtop.
The first of these Full-Sized Road Queens is this 1965 Pontiac 2+2 2-door Hardtop, and according to the listing:
This is an Original, Matching Numbers 1965 Pontiac 2+2 Catalina 2 door Hardtop, with the Monster 421 Tri Power Engine and the Original Build sheet and Owners Manual. This Sleek and Strong Cruiser has never failed to perform or impress and with only 23k miles on the rebuilt 421/356hp Tri Power Engine, an older partial repaint, a new Dash Pad and of course normal maintenance is in Original factory condition.
So if your looking for a Rare, Original, Big Block, Tri Power car that has the Great Classic, Sleek look, starts easily, is always dependable, runs and drives strong then this Pontiac 2+2 is worth a good LOOK!
Unfortunately, you will have to inquire for the selling price, so take a look at the Hemmings listing here.
The next Full-Sized road-cruiser is this 1967 Pontiac Executive 2-door hardtop. The Executive slotted between the Bonneville, and the Catalina in the lineup. According to the listing:
Just arrived, this car is an eclectic Pontiac Executive Coupe. Excellent original Coronado Gold Poly metallic exterior with contrasting cream painted top and factory black vinyl interior and carpet. This car is equipped with the original 400 cubic inch V-8 engine, two barrel carb and automatic transmission. This car has been refreshed and detailed and is ready to drive or show.
• 100% laser straight body panels
• Excellent original paint in Coronado Gold Poly metallic
• Contrasting cream painted roof
• Factory black vinyl interior and carpet
• Excellent interior & door panels
• Great chrome and soft trim throughout
• Original 400 cubic inch V-8 – two barrel carb
• Cold factory air conditioning
• Original AM radio & factory clock
• Factory spinner wheel covers and newer whitewall tires
• 73,000 garage kept miles since new
Asking price for this bruiser is only $14,500. See the Hemmings listing here.