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This '74 Catalina is my "middle child" in terms of restoration needed. It has a good option package including white seats. Only the inside of the trunk lid shows the original bright green paint.
I don't see too many of these cars, especially the 2 doors. 1974 was a recession year and production was cut back. I live in San Diego. I wanted it for parts originally, but got too attached to it. The original title was to a woman named Deloris, so that has always been the car's name.
'74 Catalina powered by a 400 V8. Franklin is the second owner, and he calls it “a work in progess”.
1974 Grand Ville, "Y" code motor; 455 cid/4bbl/optional dual exhausts, optional "safe-t-track" limited slip differential, optional RTS, optional Rally II wheels custom interior trim group, cordova vinyl top, rare sport side mirrors, manual A/C, tilt,
cruise, power windows and locks, power driver's seat, painted Lakemist Green w/dark green factory pinstripes.
1974 Grand Ville Hardtop owned by Matt in South Carolina
1974 Grandville Hardtop owned by Frank. Frank's Pontiac is powered by a 455 with an Edelbrock 4 barrel carb. She's got cruisin' 2.93 rear axle gears, dual exhaust, an aftermarket camshaft and the rally gauge cluster in the dash.
Never driven in the snow, the Grand Ville's clocked up 87,500 carefree miles.