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ss71monte
    
Where is the vin located on a 1961 Pontiac Catalina.
Also, where can I find more specific numbers on model production no., how many where made with specific options like engine, tranny, etc.

Thanks for your help before hand,

Bill Mentzer
posted: September 11, 2008
 
    
 
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68mustanggt
    
I believe the vin is located in the driver-side door jam, 1961 Pontiac Catalina Production Numbers

4-door sedan 38,638
4-door vista 17,589
2-door sport sedan 9,846
2-door hardtop 14,524
2-door convertible 12,379
4-door 6p station wagon 7,783
4-door 9p station wagon 12,595

Are you wanting to de-code a '61 or ??
posted:  September 11, 2008
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pontiacsd
    
thats correct, inside the drivers door jam. Their is not alot of breakout numbers for specific optioned 61's. Have you ordered any PHS on it?
posted:  September 11, 2008
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ss71monte
    
The deal is, I found a '61 pontiac catalina in the mountains where my sister in law has a cabin. It's been sitting there since about 1979, judging from the last registration number on the license plate. It's a bubble top, 389/ 4 barrel, auto trans.I got the pix of the option plate on the firewall but could not find the vin code. I'll have to do more research. Of course the person who is suppose to be the owner says he going to restore it, but would love to do it myself.

Hey, thanks for the info.
posted:  September 11, 2008
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