BF Classified: 1964 Pontiac Catalina Safari Station Wagon

Seller’s Description: 1964 Pontiac Catalina Safari Station Wagon
55,000 miles; clear title; V8; Power Steering; Power Brakes; Tilt Steering Wheel in exceptional condition with no cracks; remote driver’s side mirror; front factory seatbelts; backup lamps; working radio; power rear window (works with key on tailgate); new battery; original owner’s guide. One owner car. Interior is immaculate – no rips, tears or stains. Oil and filter changed; 3 – T3 headlight bulbs; all glass is clear – no chips, breaks or delamination (front driver’s windshield has wiper blade marks (fingernail will not catch in a groove). Tires are 225-75/14 belted (not new, but no dry rot). Build sheet is included. WAGON HAS NO RUST.

Price: $22,500
Location: Powhatan, Virginia
Mileage: 55,000
Title Status: Clean
VIN: 834L73152

Seller’s Listing: Here on eBay

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  1. local_sheriff

    What a nice ’64 Safari – but then again I’m biased owning this one’s Bonneville sibling… A Safari that isn’t beyond or hasn’t been derby’d doesn’t come by every day. Its whole body seems straight and interior is very good for a driver, replacing wagon-specific soft goods is neither cheap nor easy to locate – guess how I know… Same goes for the steering wheel, one better just learn to live with the yellowed plastic, replace it with a Grant wheel – or be prepared to BLEED to have it properly restored.

    As seller doesn’t say anything about its transmission I take it the Roto-Hydramatic is still there – this would be my only concern. However since its such a cherished one owner example it COULD be one of those Slim-Jims that has always behaved nicely…?

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    • local_sheriff

      That’s great to know – I’ve read a couple of those true sun-shine stories of some Rotos behaving extremely well and also offering some impressive MPG numbers even with a 389. Crossing my fingers it’ll continue to stay that way! 🤞 You have a great Poncho there!

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  4. Mountainwoodie

    What a beautiful well maintained vehicle. Buy the best you can afford! Saves a lot of heartache………

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  5. Stan Marks

    One word….. Pristine.
    The only thing I would do is, get out the turquoise paint & do a little touch-up on the valve covers.

    The headlights & grill was put on my ’65 GTO.

  6. martinsane

    Agreed what a tasty survivor . I wish it was 199p0 so i could buy this for a grand. But i am sure the seller will get his ask as agajin the car is beautiful.

  7. J, Angier

    Beautifully car. I wonder if it resided in it’s current location all it’s life? if so, it was likely purchased at Brauer Pontiac. I lived there from ‘59 to late ‘64. Good luck with it,

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    • local_sheriff

      According to its build sheet it sold new at Jones Pontiac Co,Lancaster PA. Totally agree it’s indeed a beautiful, rare Pontiac. It’s not common that I expect a car to sell for seller’s asking but this might be worth it

  8. Thomas Haywood

    Wow, what a stunningly beautiful car. This car has the appearance of a brand new vehicle. Someone needs to drive and enjoy this fine Pontiac.

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  9. CCFisher

    Very nice! Best of luck to the seller and buyer!

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  10. bob powell Member

    Gentleman The Wagon has sold!! Thank you for you comments

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