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1960 Pontiac Laurentian
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netseeder  - January 26, 2008
Hey, This is my Pontiac, picture taken in my shed here in New Zealand. This is one of five 1960 Pontiacs that I own, all varying in completion. Two of them are going to be roadworthy within 3 months, and the remaining 3 are parts cars. They never came over here with heaters, so if anyones got any... ;)
panelguy  - January 22, 2008 your homework.
panelguy  - January 22, 2008
According to the Wiki place....the Parisienne was made only in Canada from 58 to 86 and and in the States from 83 to we're both right.
street454  - January 21, 2008
The Parisienne was in the states. Late 70's early 80's Pontiac version of the Caprice.
panelguy  - January 20, 2008
and dont forget the block
panelguy  - January 20, 2008
thats right ....but it wasnt around as long as the Chevelle I think...there was also an "Acadian"..(nova) about the Pontiac "Parisienne" that was only Canadian...
johnmfrommass  - January 20, 2008
I read somewhere that General Motors made a Pontiac for the Canadian market called the Beaumont. It was an identical twin to the Cheverolet Chevelle that was made for the U.S. market.
myhot56kustom  - January 19, 2008
yea,heavy duty heaters and knobby winter grips that seem to be on every old car found resting in the outdoors.......
johnmfrommass  - January 17, 2008
A Laurentian? I never knew that Pontiac made such a model. Can someone here at Old Rides clue me in?
johnmfrommass  - January 17, 2008
Thanks panelguy.
panelguy  - January 17, 2008
That would be the Canadian version....we had our own models on a lot of cars and trucks....all with heavy duty
panelguy  - January 17, 2008
wow..thats pretty stripped...
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