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BEAUTIFUL 1970 PONTIAC PARISIENNE CONVERTIBLE


 

BEAUTIFUL PONTIAC PARISIENNE CONVERTIBLE

   
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Date Listed31-May-11
Last Edited31-May-11
Price$10,500.00
AddressWinnipeg, MB R3M, Canada
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For Sale ByOwner
MakePontiac
ModelOther
Year1970
Kilometers69000
Body TypeConvertible
TransmissionAutomatic
ColourYellow
Fuel TypeGasoline
   
THEY DON"T MAKE 'EM LIKE THIS ANYMORE.
Imagine yourself cruising to the beach in a big fun convertible with all your friends and family!
1970 Pontiac Parisienne Convertible 8 Cylinder 350.
Lovingly looked after by only three owners. Never seen snow, as it was only driven in the Summer.
Body almost completely rust-free.
Brand new exhaust system
New CD, AM-FM, so you can crank up the tunes while you're cruising with the top down.
Come have a look at it, you'll be glad you did.

 



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 almost  rust-free.

 



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This car is very similar to my 2+2 convertible.   Sierra Yellow with Sandalwood interior.   Other than my 2+2 hardtop, I haven't seen steering wheel in that good of shape.  Must have been kept in climate controlled storage all these years, as the cold Manitoba winter would have sure cracked that wheel.

When I bought my 2+2 convertible, it was also sporting the pinstripe along the body line, and had a version of the body side molding more proper to a Parisienne.  

This looks like it's in pretty good shape - and I have a good dash and uncut cluster surround in my basement that would spruce up that interior.    But, I already have 3 cars.



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The car looks pretty decent. It is interesting to see the different parts from GM's parts bin that ended up on the 1970 Canadian Pontiac Parisienne. Oldmobile steering wheel, Impala seats, Executive door panels (I think). I wonder if the car is a regular fuel 250 horse 2-barrel or a premium fuel 300 horse 4-barrel?



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The Pontiac and Olds Wheel of that era are identical, it just that the Olds is mounted d the opposite way. In this case the wheel is turned to the upside down position making it appear as an Olds wheel I believe.



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73SC wrote:

The Pontiac and Olds Wheel of that era are identical, it just that the Olds is mounted d the opposite way. In this case the wheel is turned to the upside down position making it appear as an Olds wheel I believe.


I've seen Oldsmobile steering wheels in the same position as the Parisienne wheel (I even have an Olds insert), and also up side down, with the Olds insert up side down as well.    It really looked weird.



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CdnGMfan wrote:

The car looks pretty decent. It is interesting to see the different parts from GM's parts bin that ended up on the 1970 Canadian Pontiac Parisienne. Oldmobile steering wheel, Impala seats, Executive door panels (I think). I wonder if the car is a regular fuel 250 horse 2-barrel or a premium fuel 300 horse 4-barrel?


The same steering wheel was also used on the US Pontiac's, and Olds A-body cars in the same configuration - just with a Oldsmobile nameplate (I have a nameplate).  The Olds B body cars used the same wheel but up side down, it really looked weird.  The door panels of a 70 Parisienne are the same as the Ventura trim package on the US 70 B body Pontiac's.



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