- Amber-colored, lighted Indian head hood ornament
- 268 CID inline eight-cylinder engine and 3.63 gearing
- Hydramatic four-speed automatic transmission
- Tan over green exterior
- Windshield sun visor
If you’re looking for a great ratrod project or you need an early 50s Pontiac parts car, we have a candidate for you here at Mission Classics.
Made in Pontiac, Michigan, this Streamliner Eight Coupe is in overall mediocre condition. It has a tan over green exterior, including an exterior windshield sun visor.
Under the hood is Pontiac’s 268 CID straight eight-cylinder engine. It is married to a Hydramatic four-speed automatic transmission and is backed by a 3.63:1 rear end.
The frame is in good condition, we have most of the trim and the original keys. This car does not run.
Competition to this Catalina Super Deluxe in 1951 included Chevrolet’s Styleline Deluxe Sport Coupe, Dodge’s Coronet Club Coupe, Hudson’s Custom Commodore Eight, Kaiser’s Deluxe Club Coupe, Mercury’s Eight Sport Coupe, Nash’s Ambassador Super Club Coupe and Oldsmobile’s Super 88 Deluxe Holiday Coupe and Plymouth’s Cambridge Club Coupe.
Think of it as your passport to do a variety of things – bring it back to showroom new, make it driver quality, go the ratrod route or use the frame for something completely different.
This car is currently located at our facility in Brooksville, Florida. Current mileage on the odometer shows
51,525 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title.
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Location: Brooksville, Florida, United States