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Old 08-12-2019, 05:08 PM
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I have polished the car and it looks better, not perfect. I am not certain of the engine size, a Pontiac guy told me that he thinks it is a 455 cu in, either way, it does run nicely.

Please let me know if you have any interest, as I expect to sell this car sooner, than later. If there is no interest, I may put it on ebay, or?
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A lot of interest but no room at the in. The engine should be the 455. I like those ponchos as will as the Oldsmobiles.
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A lot of interest but no room at the in. The engine should be the 455. I like those ponchos as will as the Oldsmobiles.
Come on Ed, you always have room for one more.
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My phone number is 201-954-3159, if anyone wants to call me, thank you.
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Is it safe to assume that all of the car's badging is missing? What was it built on, a Catalina or a Bonneville? It could be a 400c.i. engine as well. Superior built on both the Catalina and the Bonneville.
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The VIN should tell you all you need to know, if it is the original engine. If it's a Catalina, it will probably be a 400. If it's a Bonneville, it could be a 400 or a 455 in 1970. After 1970, all Bonnevilles had the 455.
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Great looking car, and an attractive price, Bill.

Having worked out of a '65 Superior Pontiac Consort ambulance for many years back in the day, I am confused at the number of zippers (4) in the headliner. In most cases, that would point to the unit being a combo in an earlier life, but everything else, including the window decals, choice of vinyl color and hanging hardware, indicates that it was always an ambulance. Very unique, either way!
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Here's a shot. Kerry did many miles in this car, as well.
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The VIN should tell you all you need to know, if it is the original engine. If it's a Catalina, it will probably be a 400. If it's a Bonneville, it could be a 400 or a 455 in 1970. After 1970, all Bonnevilles had the 455.
I thought it was a Catalina, but it says Bonneville on the dash. As for the VIN, it does not decode properly in my book, it reads 262400P in the part of the VIN
that tells you the important stuff. As for badging, this is the way I received it.
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Great looking car, and an attractive price, Bill.

Having worked out of a '65 Superior Pontiac Consort ambulance for many years back in the day, I am confused at the number of zippers (4) in the headliner. In most cases, that would point to the unit being a combo in an earlier life, but everything else, including the window decals, choice of vinyl color and hanging hardware, indicates that it was always an ambulance. Very unique, either way!
Terry, it is my belief that it was always an ambulance, but I am not an expert on the subject. I like the 65 you guys worked out of a lot.
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