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1966 Pontiac Catalina 91880 Miles Red 6.4 L V8 Automatic

Make: Pontiac
Model: Catalina
Type: --
Year: 1966
Mileage: 91880
VIN: 252676X163104
Color: Red
Engine: 6.4 L V8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: --
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: --

1966 Pontiac Catalina Additional Info:

GR Auto Gallery is pleased to offer this 1966 Pontiac Catalina convertible for your consideration. The car is powered by a Pontiac 6.4 Liter V8 which is mated to an automatic transmission. Both the engine and transmission are in spectacular condition as the engine starts right up without any issues and the transmission shifts strong and smooth. This Pontiac comes in a bright red paint job complemented by a black interior. Some upgrades include a new radiator, new upper and lower control arms, new ball joints, and car covers. So if you are in the market for a clean convertible Catalina is the car for you! Please call or email us today for more information.
The 1965 full-sized Pontiacs were completely restyled with more flowing sheetmetal featuring "Coke-bottle" profiles and fastback rooflines on two-door hardtops. Wheelbases increased to 121 inches (3,100 mm) on all models.
Pontiacs for the 1965 were now available with GM's new-for-1964 three-speed Turbo Hydramatic 400 transmission, often abbreviated as THM-400. This new unit replaced the older three-speed, four-range Roto-Hydramtic in the Catalina, as well as the four-speed Super-Hydramatic that was equipped in other Pontiacs. The THM-400 is torque converter based, similar in design to the Chrysler Torqueflite and Ford Cruise-O-Matic transmissions. Despite the Turbo Hydramatic 400 still bearing the "Hydramatic" name, it shared no design components with either of the older fluid-coupling based Roto or Super-Hydramatics. This new transmission was a large, but welcome, departure from the older transmissions, which were not as durable, smooth or fast as the new unit. The THM-400 also changed the shift pattern from the "P-N-D-S-L-R" to the safer and ultimately more modern "P-R-N-D-S-L." Although this transmission was new for 1964, it did lack some of the functionality of the older transmissions, like the low first gear ratios (3.50:1 or 3.97:1 for the Roto and Super Hydramatics respectively) or the split torque design where only 40% of the power went through the inefficient fluid couplings, which helped improve economy.
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