|You travel first class in a Pontiac Catalina with so many conveniences that come as standard equipment.|
1962 Pontiac CatalinaFor 1962, the Catalina grew about an inch and a half. Styling features included V-shaped twin grille, full length side sculpturing, and new rear end styling with curved taillights. Vista sedans no longer had the flat top look and sport coupes had multi-plane roofs with a convertible like appearance. The Ventura trim became a add on package for two to the Catalinas. You travel first class in a Pontiac Catalina with so many conveniences that come as standard equipment. Electric wipers, dual visors, foot operated parking brake, automatic interior lighting, front and rear dual armrests, cushioned instrument panel, individually controlled air vents, crank operated ventipanes, foam front seat padding, and full carpeting. All this plus a cigarette lighter, ash trays and instrument panel snack bar. Interiors of cloth and Morrokide combinations or all-Morrokide with a wide selection of colors and quality stitching. (The Ventura Custom Interior offers even more luxury). The heartbeat of the Catalina includes a V8 rated from 215 to 348 horsepower. Standard Equipment on the 1962 Pontiac Catalina included: "Magic-Mirror" Paint Automatic Interior Lighting Foam Front Cushions Crank Operated Vent Panes Cigar Lighter Direction Signals Single Speed Electric Windshield Wipers Dual Inside Sun Visors Trimmed Luggage Compartment One Instrument Panel Ash Tray Circ-L-Aire Heater and Defroster Laminated Safety Plate Glass in windshields and Venti-panes. Solid Tempered Safety Plate Glass in other windows (except Convertible rear window).
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