March 22, 2017
GM’s Wide-Track division had hit full stride by the time this 1960 Pontiac Catalina left the factory. Gone were the days when Pontiacs were driven by people who could afford more than a Chevrolet, but who weren’t too interested in driving a car which made a statement. Pontiac turned a corner with the introduction of the 1959 models, and never looked back. Well, at least not until the 1990s, when most of their cars ended-up being not much more than re-badged Chevys. The once-proud performance division folded its tent during the 2010 model year, a victim of General Motors’ restructuring. This Catalina Sports Coupe was spotted in Tonawanda.
Jim Corbran, RRofWNY
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