The Pontiac Catalina in 1964 has either the 389 cu in (6.4 L) V8 or the 421 cu in (6.9 L) engine. The transmission choices this year include the Roto-Hydramatic automatic three speed or a three speed standard.
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The original Ford Model T bucket roadster was built from 1915 through to 1927, although most of the Hot Rod bucket T's seen today are based on the 1924 version. The original steel bodies have all but disappeared, at least original examples, but fibreglass body shells have filled the gap and have been produced since the mid-1950's.
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The Aerocoupe SS is rooted in NASCAR and General Motors only produced this version of the Monte Carlo for two years-1986/87. Its powered by a 305.2 CID (5.0 L) engine generating 180 hp and coupled to a 4 speed automatic transmission. For the 1980's it does not get much better than this. The car, as is, can do 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 8.7 seconds and a standing quarter mile in 16.7 seconds.
The last year of the G2 Oldsmobile Cutlass is 1972; the convertible was a top seller for Olds and the best selling soft top in the the States that year, with 11,571 units manufactured, but it is also the last Cutlass convertible offered until 1990. A Hurst/Olds convertible is the Indy 500 pace car this year. The entry level engine for the Cutlass line is a 330 cu in (5.7 L) V8, or optionally the Rocket 350 cu in (5.7 L) is the second choice. The 442 is an Olds top performer and would be powered by the 455 Rocket, with 2 versions to choose from. There are three transmissions on the table as well, a 4-speed standard, a 2-speed automatic, or the Turbo 400 3-speed automatic.
350 cu in Rocket engine Automatic
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