Super Duty Tribute: 1963 Pontiac Catalina

Pontiac spent the late 1950s and early 1960s positioning itself as the performance marque within the General Motors empire. People like John DeLorean were happy to push the envelope of what GM management would allow within the bounds of… more»

Drag Strip Sleeper: 1966 Pontiac Catalina

During the 1960s and 1970s, the Catalina was Pontiac’s entry-level full-size car. They were by no means spartan and in 1966 came with a 389 cubic inch V8 as standard. This 1966 Catalina is a 2-door sedan, one of… more»

Rebuilt Original 421: 1964 Pontiac Catalina 2+2 Sports Coupe

This 1964 Pontiac Catalina 2+2 Sports Coupe is a tidy and solid survivor ideal for an enthusiast seeking a driver-grade classic. However, lifting its presentation to a higher level would be straightforward, and the seller has given the new… more»

Rebuilt 400 V8 With Mods: 1967 Pontiac Catalina

The Catalina was part of the Pontiac line-up for 30 years. For much of that time, it served as the gateway car into the full-size portfolio, like the luxurious Bonneville. This 1967 Catalina is a convertible that’s been idle… more»

Stretch Limo Conversion: 1964 Pontiac Catalina

Several well-known coachbuilders have been creating ambulances, hearses, and limousines for the last hundred or so years. One of them is Armbruster- Stageway, which originated in 1887. Usually, they begin with a luxury sedan or station wagon and go… more»

Rust-Free Project: 1964 Pontiac Catalina

For most of its 30-plus year run, the Catalina was the entry-level, full-size Pontiac. But it was not a basic car in terms of its trim, somewhat akin to the Chevy Bel Air or Impala. The cars were redesigned… more»

Room for Nine! 1966 Pontiac Catalina

Before SUVs (Sport Utility Vehicles) dominated the automotive landscape, station wagons were all the rage. Big ones, small ones, luxurious ones, spartan ones – they all sold well until not that many years ago. Like this 1966 Pontiac Catalina… more»

Grandpa’s Car: 1970 Pontiac Catalina

The Catalina was Pontiac’s best-selling car for much of the time between 1950 and 1981. It was akin to what the Bel Air and Impala were over at Chevrolet. It was based on the GM B-body platform which would… more»

421 Tri-Power: 1963 Pontiac Catalina

The seller describes this 1963 Pontiac Catalina as a show-quality classic, and the photos support that claim. It is more than a pretty face, with its 421ci Tri-Power V8 providing power to match its looks. It would suit an… more»

2-Owner Original 1974 Pontiac Catalina Safari Station Wagon

Back in the mid-seventies, station wagons were still going strong in the marketplace long before the SUV and minivans became the preferred method for transporting your family around town or taking them on a far-away vacation.  But even though… more»

48 Years Captive: 1964 Pontiac Catalina Ventura

From 1959 to 1981, Catalina was the volume sales leader in the Pontiac portfolio. It may have been Pontiac’s equivalent of the Chevy Impala. And in the 1960s, you could order the Catalina Ventura which brought a custom level… more»

Low Rider Wagon! 1970 Pontiac Catalina

Debuting in 1950 as a trim package, the Catalina would enjoy more than a 30-year run in the Pontiac lineup. It would become the maker’s best-selling full-size series and could be thought of as the Pontiac version of the… more»

Eight-Door 1968 Pontiac Catalina Limo

Armbruster/Stageway is a custom coachbuilder whose roots go back to the latter 19th Century. Besides ambulances and hearses, they’ve also built limousines like this airport 15-passenger transport from 1968. General Motors has been a popular supplier of base vehicles,… more»

No Reserve 1971 Pontiac Catalina 400

Determining its single strongest attribute is challenging when a classic the caliber of this 1971 Pontiac Catalina appears. It features stunning paint and panels and a healthy V8 under the hood. However, its spotless interior would be a contender… more»

BF Auction: 1963 Pontiac Catalina Safari

UPDATE – The seller has added more photos, which can be found in the gallery below. There is one certainty in life; If you leave a classic car exposed to the harsh Arizona sun, it will soon look baked…. more»

389/4-Speed: 1964 Pontiac Catalina 2+2

The Catalina badge served as a trim level for Pontiac for its first few years, although it became a stand-alone model by the end of the fifties decade.  But a new package came along for 1964, the 2+2 option,… more»