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1969 Pontiac Beaumont

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Date Listed09-Nov-10
Price$2,200.00
AddressNewmarket, ON L3Y 4V9, Canada
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MakePontiac
ModelOther
Year1969
Kilometers100
Body TypeCoupe (2 door)
 
1969 Pontiac Beaumont
 
Car has very good frame, sheet metal and chrome.
 
Needs drivetrain and interior is missing.
 
Must have been a parts car at one point and turned into a
project car.
 
$2200
 
Please call for more info.    Jim  (905) 806-2971
please do not send emails, cannot respond in time


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69 Beaumont 2 door hardtop, $2200 Newmarket Ont



1969 Pontiac Beaumont

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Date Listed09-Nov-10
Price$2,200.00
AddressNewmarket, ON L3Y 4V9, Canada
View map
For Sale ByOwner
MakePontiac
ModelOther
Year1969
Kilometers100
Body TypeCoupe (2 door)
1969 Pontiac Beaumont
Car has very good frame, sheet metal and chrome.
Needs drivetrain and interior is missing.
Must have been a parts car at one point and turned into a
project car.
$2200
Please call for more info.    Jim  (905) 806-2971
please do not send emails, cannot respond in time.
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The Pontiac emblem might cause a stir..

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Well there you go. That poves it. Its a Pontiac Beaumont.

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Beaumont4008 wrote:

Well there you go. That poves it. Its a Pontiac Beaumont.




It proves it was bought at a Pontiac dealer   and confirms, that most people thought they were Pontiacs

Actually , now  I don't think Pontiacs were Pontiacsdisbelief They were just another series of models from General Motors    so they ALL should be called GM's   biggrin



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Actually the marketing of cars in Canada was very different from the US. Cars were sold by General Motors Canada whereas in the USA Pontiac Motor Division sold the cars, Olds, Chevrolet etc...


This fact is evident in a large number of publications and even on window stickers which always said GM Canada, data plates as well, always say GM Canada.

We will never gain consensus on the Pontiac / Beaumont argument and we all know there is plenty of evidence to support both sides of the arguments. It seems to me that people who are old enough to have lived through the era and original release of the cars call them Pontiacs, just something I have observed.

 


 



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Hope you guys know I was just kidding.  I like some of those old adds that Fred posted. Most say sold at your  Beaumont,Pontiac , Olds,Buick  dealership. I like they way they keep it as a seperate model of General Motors and is never refered to as a Pontiac. My personal view is its no more Pontiac than and Olds or Buick is.

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Looks cheap enough if someone wants a project.

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Beaumont4008 wrote:

Hope you guys know I was just kidding.  I like some of those old adds that Fred posted. Most say sold at your  Beaumont,Pontiac , Olds,Buick  dealership. I like they way they keep it as a seperate model of General Motors and is never refered to as a Pontiac. My personal view is its no more Pontiac than and Olds or Buick is.



You will also notice that in those ads Grand Prix and Firebird are not referred to as Pontiacs either.....confuse

 



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Beaumont4008 wrote:

Hope you guys know I was just kidding.  I like some of those old adds that Fred posted. Most say sold at your  Beaumont,Pontiac , Olds,Buick  dealership. I like they way they keep it as a seperate model of General Motors and is never refered to as a Pontiac. My personal view is its no more Pontiac than and Olds or Buick is.



You will also notice that in those ads Grand Prix and Firebird are not referred to as Pontiacs either.....confuse

 



Now that you mentioned it Ray, I wonder..... Nah !!! Stop it Ray your making me think out side of the box again and getting me all mixed up  LoL

 



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eeluddy wrote:

Looks cheap enough if someone wants a project.



... and bright parts look to be in great shape.

 



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Beaumont4008 wrote:

Hope you guys know I was just kidding.  I like some of those old adds that Fred posted. Most say sold at your  Beaumont,Pontiac , Olds,Buick  dealership. I like they way they keep it as a seperate model of General Motors and is never refered to as a Pontiac. My personal view is its no more Pontiac than and Olds or Buick is.



While not wanting to argue the point, it's no mystery why people would tend to think of Beaumonts as Pontiacs rather than Olds or Buicks, since:

(1) They were sold through Pontiac-Buick_GMC dealerships on a Pontiac priceline (meaning: on a pricepoint of a fancy Chevelle) and alongside the A-body Buick Skylark.

(2) Their styling changes from the Chevelle tended to follow what would clearly be viewed as Pontiac styling (split grille, American Pontiac Tempest dash, etc).

(3) The Beaumont emblem includes what could only be perceived as a stylized Pontiac arrow as a main feature of the emblem.
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Again, not wanting to argue the point as they were clearly marketed as an independent brand, just saying that it's not out-to-lunch for somebody to perceive them as a Pontiac model.


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