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1964 Parisienne Safari For Sale in Regina $15,000


All original sheet metal, with only one repaint in early 2000s (bad clear coat).  Rock solid, laser straight body.

Originally sold with 283/Power Glide automatic, now has:

Chevy 350, bored .30 over, 10.5:1 pistons, Camel Hump heads, aluminum intake, Holley 670 carb with electric choke (just rebuilt by Abe), new MSD HEI distributor.  Dual exhaust with Flow Master Delta 40 mufflers.

Transmission is a Borg-Warner Super T-10 four speed with Hurst bench seat shifter and Centerforce 11 dual friction clutch.  Custom driveshaft with rear slip yoke and Heavy Duty billet aluminum/polyurethane carrier bearing.

3.36:1 Posi rear end.

Power steering, power brakes (front disc, rear drums).  Front seat, dash pad and rear cargo area have been recovered and the rest of the interior is original.  Bumpers have been rechromed and all suspension has been replaced.

Recently inherited another classic Pontiac, so its time to move the family hauler along.  Would consider interesting trades such as:

 · Toyota FJ40

 

·         Jeeps CJ 5-8, Willys

 

·         Bronco, Blazer, Scout

 

·         Trucks

 

·         Datsun 240Z, 260Z

 

·         68 72 Corvette

 

·         Domestic Convertibles

 

·         Anything cool

 

·         Hotrods

NO: boats, bikes, quads, powersports

Please call Derek at 306-539-5962 or email hogie@sasktel.net for additional info



-- Edited by hotrodhogie on Wednesday 6th of September 2017 08:24:42 AM



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Saw it at the show on Monday. Sooo nice. Had to take a picture. 



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Beautiful car, well rpiced IMHO, good luck with the sale. A 4 speed wagon, rare and wonderful.



-- Edited by DonSSDD on Thursday 7th of September 2017 04:10:23 AM

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That is a very nice looking wagon. Is it Cameo Ivory with Saddle Bronze on the roof?

 

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That is one sweet looking wagon. Good luck with the sale. Hoping it goes to someone who will cherish and respect it.

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YUUUP!!! sure is going to a good home!!! MINE!!! Can't wait for transport Co. to pick it up!!!!

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Dude! Nice score, Pete! Maybe I will see it if I make it out to Uxbridge. I remember seeing you and your old 64 Catalina 2+2 there around 2009.



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Congrats Pete. Sounds like a nice car. We are too far in to our to have even considered that one now

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Great news. We know it's in good hands.

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dualquadpete wrote:

YUUUP!!! sure is going to a good home!!! MINE!!! Can't wait for transport Co. to pick it up!!!!





That is excellent news!

I can't believe you wouldn't fly out and drive it back. That would be an excellent adventure.

And I'm sure we could find a place to put you up for the night in Manitoba.

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Good stuff Pete. Are dual quads in it's future?smile



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Thought about flying out BUT I'm not a flyer, last time I flew, "puked" in the bag!!!! Keep both feet on the ground now. 3 days out & another 3 back with trailer would have been a great adventure, not sure if I could do 3 provinces on a 'trip permit" ?? but that's 6 hotel nights,+ food gas & wear & tear on vehicles etc. Also running short on time as W. Virginia trip coming end of month. Booked shipping on "standby" for possible empty space on back haul at a lower price. Tempting to "live" up to my Handle as dualquad Pete as my previous 2 Pontiacs were 2x4 set ups!!!! I'll just leave it at a "MAYBE" for now It's a long winter coming, new shop, Hoist installed, heated "Hmmm"

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In Manitoba you can buy a 5 day permit and you're good to go. It seems to me I read that Saskatchewan has a similar permit available.

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Carl Stevenson wrote:

In Manitoba you can buy a 5 day permit and you're good to go. It seems to me I read that Saskatchewan has a similar permit available.


 When I got my 63 in Unity Saskatchewan  five years ago I got a 7 day insurance permit there to drive it back to Calgary...$35.



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Similar here but a little more money, $38 for 5 days.

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Good score on the Wagon Pete.
Too bad on the timing that you couldn't come out and get it.
Would have been another epic adventure for CP.
Pretty sure you wouldn't have had to worry about hotels much on the trip.

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Insurance is another problem, would need an appraisal before they will insure it,[ and must be in my name on ownership] also would i need a trip permit for each province???

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My trip permit ( 3 years ago ) was good Alberta to Ontario. Got stopped in Manitoba because of no plates but once the officer saw the window sticker it was " have a nice trip "
Most antique insurance policies cover new purchases for up to 6 days. I found this out a while back when I called my agent and told him I was thinking of buying an as of yet undetermined car at a market state side.

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Insurance is another problem, would need an appraisal before they will insure it,[ and must be in my name on ownership] also would i need a trip permit for each province???





Not sure about other provinces, but Johnnee just did this 3 days ago in Manitoba. He's an Ontario resident.

We went to my local agent with his proof of insurance, his driver's license, bill of sale and the Manitoba Transfer of Ownership Document signed by the seller (same as a Title for US cars).

Johnnee was able to buy a 5 day permit for $38, but I think in the end he bought a 10 day for something like $78. Included in that, he is insured by Manitoba Public Insurance who does basic insurance on all vehicles registered in Manitoba. It covers him in all provinces, so he wouldn't even have needed his proof of insurance. The only reason I insisted he have the car insured before I went to pick it up with the trailer was he would have no insurance on it if something happened to it on the trailer, or when it sat in our garage until he got there.

The MPI insurance is pretty basic, $500 deductible, $200,000 liability insurance but at least it is insured.

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Oh, and for fun when I was checking online Pete, I checked the Sk website and SGI sells a permit that covers you if you had decided to drive it home.

Scroll down to "In Transit Permits"

www.sgi.sk.ca/individuals/registration/plates/permits.html

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Won't Silver Wheels/Hagerty now cover you without an appraisal? You just do "agreed value"? They want some pics and I forget what else.

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Won't Silver Wheels/Hagerty now cover you without an appraisal? You just do "agreed value"? They want some pics and I forget what else.


 YES but after the "problems" I had with them a few years ago with claim on Avanti [ wiring fire] and 4 months of fighting with them, wouldn't go there!!! I switched to Vintage after that and rates are MUCH lower too. Treated  me great when I lost both cars in garage fire, + their home Insurance was terrific on garage rebuild. They do require an appraisal, but that's a good thing as you written proof of value if you have a unfortunate loss!!! Have been told that without that, they can question your $ figure on claim and say "prove it" ????



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As much fun as a road trip would be I would be in the same shoes as you Pete. I can't obtain insurance without and appraisal. And would not be possible to take the time away from work and family to do. Sometimes it's just simpler all around to have it shipped and sort out the particulars after.

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