1960 Pontiac Laurentian
nope..do your homework.
According to the Wiki place....the Parisienne was made only in Canada from 58 to 86 and and in the States from 83 to 86...so we're both right.
The Parisienne was in the states. Late 70's early 80's Pontiac version of the Caprice.
and dont forget the block heater....lol
thats right ....but it wasnt around as long as the Chevelle I think...there was also an "Acadian"..(nova)...how about the Pontiac "Parisienne" that was only Canadian...
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.
yea,heavy duty heaters and knobby winter grips that seem to be on every old car found resting in the outdoors.......
A Laurentian? I never knew that Pontiac made such a model. Can someone here at Old Rides clue me in?
That would be the Canadian version....we had our own models on a lot of cars and trucks....all with heavy duty heaters...lol.
wow..thats pretty stripped...
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... ;)