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1968 Pontiac Parisienne 

1968 Pontiac Parisienne

USD 24,900
SOLD
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United States IA Sioux City 51106

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Color Exterior:   
Color Interior:
Odometer: N/A
LHD/RHD LHD
Transmission: N/A
Convertible: NO
Advert No: 200446



Description:

1968 Pontiac Parisienne 2+2 Hardtop Coupe To avoid tariffs imposed by the Canadian government, GM produced cars with parts content that were distinctively . . . Canadian. Several variations of cars that were sold through Pontiac dealers looked like Pontiacs, but were actually built on Chevy chassis with Chevrolet powerplants. Body panels were not shared until later years as they had to fit the shorter Chevrolet wheelbase as well as use Chevrolet instrument panels. Names were distinctly Canadian, too - Parisienne, Laurentian, Acadian and later Beaumont. By 1970, the trade laws became superfluous, and the unique models were discontinued, though names continued, including the Parisienne through 1986. Powered by a 396-cid big-block, this white 2+2 is equipped with power steering and brakes, AM radio, bucket seats and console, automatic transmission, plus an aftermarket air cleaner and dash-mounted gauges.


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