This 1967 Pontiac Catalina Wagon Has A 400ci Engine, Air Bags, A Virtually Nothing We Would Change

This 1967 Pontiac Catalina Wagon Has A 400ci Engine, Air Bags, A Virtually Nothing We Would Change

As Chad live streams the March Meet this weekend, he has seen some cool push and tow cars dragging drag machines to the starting line area, no doubt. The first thing we thought of when looking at this 1967 Pontiac Catalina was that it would be a killer car to have with a push plate on the front to start a cackle dragster or maybe even tow an old slingshot on a small open single axle trailer. Hey with a warmed up 400ci V8 under the hood and plenty of room for friends and tools in the back, it is a match made in heaven. Long before the SUV existed, these big beasts were carrying people and stuff all over the country and doing it well.

You have to love the styling on this car with its interesting stacked lights on the far reaches of the car’s nose. The way the front end comes forward makes the whole thing look like it was custom designed for the show circuit or something but if you can imagine it, GM designers came up with an awesome idea and it was put into practice. As compared to the fuel economy, aerodynamic, and safety obsessed designs of today, this thing is a great departure. Can you believe that this car has original paint on it? Seriously, it is a western car that has obviously been well kept as it is not all chalky and bad like so many get under the sun out there. This car is really neat and really cool.

There are 100+ photos and a LONG ad for this car on eBay. Here’s a portion of the text:

Are you looking for a GORGEOUS – one of a kind Custom Hot Rod 1967 Pontiac Catalina 4-Door Wagon? Looking for a Kool custom wagon that is bagged with nice rims and has that sleek Catalina look, this is it. What a value it is at the reserve price which is set very low ! Yes this is one GORGEOUS Custom 1967 Pontiac Catalina Hot Rod 4-Door Wagon that has always been garaged and it shows! We are selling this car for a collector friend of ours that is moving into a new house and it will only fit 20 of his 40+ cars, so he is thinning his herd. (Poor baby, but lucky you). This Custom 1967 Pontiac Catalina 4-Door Wagon is really nice. Nice custom Classic cars this nice don’t come along very often! The color combination of – Code “HH” – Linden Green metallic exterior paint with cool pin-stripping and Custom Black Vinyl and Green Brocade cloth interior on this BEAUTY is STUNNING! Even all of the ORIGINAL light lenses and reflectors are still clear, bright and in NICE shape. This is a tight and solid Custom 1967 Pontiac Catalina 4-Door Wagon which runs EXTREMELY well. If you can make it to Visalia California in the next ten days you really need to come and look at this BEAUTY for yourself, you won’t be disappointed. THIS IS A ONE OF A KIND – QUALITY KUSTOM CLASSIC WAGON FOR SURE!

It still retains its VERY STRONG – ORIGINAL – 400 CID V8 motor and it runs very well. Chrome air cleaner and valve covers. The engine is backed by a smooth 3 speed turbo-Hydromatic transmission which also functions very well. The Custom Black vinyl and Green Brocade cloth interior is what I would call PRISTINE, shows very little to no wear, with a VERY NICE ORIGINAL front bench seat, VERY NICE ORIGINAL rear bench seat, VERY NICE ORIGINAL dash, VERY NICE ORIGINAL gauge cluster, VERY NICE Deluxe Pontiac steering wheel, VERY NICE ORIGINAL matching Black Vinyl door panels, NICE ORIGINAL black carpet, VERY NICE matching sunvisors, VERY NICE matching headliner. All the interior window crank and door handle chrome is very nice. In my opinion you’re not going to find a nicer custom interior than the one in this Sweetheart! This Beauty is quite a deal and you will be happy with your purchase. This ’67 has outstanding looks, smooth power and a nice ride and look Awesome slammed! This Wagon is a pleasure to drive and I assure you it runs and drives very well. I drove this car around for a couple of days, running errands and on the freeway and it is a nice driver, it goes 65 MPH no problem. No wondering or pulling to one side even when applying the brakes what a cool car. These vehicles have an appreciative group of owners, any of which would be pleased to own this one for sure. The suspension is in nice working order as well as the electrical system. This Custom 1967 Pontiac Catalina 4-Door Wagon is a good investment opportunity and it is priced right! This vehicle is in good condition from top to bottom and from front to back. Again, THIS IS A QUALITY Custom 1967 Pontiac Catalina 4-Door Wagon. It will not disappoint someone looking for a good example of a sought after and hard to find custom Pontiac Catalina wagon. If you have been looking but cannot find a nice Custom 1967 Pontiac Catalina 4-Door Wagon worthy of your hard earned money look NO further because this is the one!


The ORIGIINAL – Code “HH” Linden Green Metallic finish on this vehicle is BEAUTIFUL showing a little wear and a few small imperfections but is Beautiful as you can clearly see in the 100 pictures below! What about the custom Pin-stripping on the hood and tailgate it adds a nice touch. The new black Vinyl and green cloth interior is also BEAUTIFUL! What a GORGEOUS color combination! How could you get any better? Also look at the pictures of rear foot well is AMAZING condition I didn’t even wipe out the dust. Kenwood Bluetooth, USB, CD digital stereo with Polk Audio speakers, tweeters and sub, 2-speed windshield wipers, factory back up lights, Deluxe Pontiac steering wheel, in beautiful Original shape, Original dash and rear view mirror, Original dual chrome exterior mirrors. This car is ready to go!! It is in WONDERFUL mechanical condition and it runs and drives superbly. This vehicle is beautiful with respect to the overall cosmetic impression



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8 thoughts on “This 1967 Pontiac Catalina Wagon Has A 400ci Engine, Air Bags, A Virtually Nothing We Would Change

  1. Scott Liggett

    I love that brocade interior. The only changes I would make would be tires with more sidewall to better fill those big wheel wells and a disc brake kit. They added a new booster/master cylinder set up, but left the drum brakes? Weird?

  2. 75Duster

    Sweet looking wagon, I’m with Scott, I’d add disc brakes and more sidewall to the rims.

  3. RockJustRock

    All 67 full size Ponchos were too cool, maybe even double too cool. The Gran Prix was awesome too. But I have to be “that guy”. This one could have been a Bonneville Safari instead.

  4. Jim

    The owner states, “no wondering or pulling to one side even when applying the brakes” which is code for, “with the wheel/tire combo, the drum brakes, the “rear steer” (steering linkage behind the knuckles) and slammed suspension, it’s spooky to plain evil when applying the brakes” I would imagine the bump steer is the chart.

    Very cool car though, I’m a sucker for B body station wagons.

  5. Nytro

    Polished American five spokes don’t belong on everything, they’re quickly becoming a cliche.
    This car would look great with a set of Pontiac eight lugs.
    Other than that, sweet ride.

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