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1969 Pontiac 2+2

1969 Pontiac 2+2 in Consequence, Movie, 2003 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: CA

1969 Pontiac 2+2

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Skid US

2007-10-08 16:28

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Looks like a full-sized Pontiac of some sort, mid to late '60s. '66s have a very similar shaped body.

On an off-note, the car appears to be wearing a very nice set of vintage Torque Thrust wheels.

antp BE

2007-10-08 18:09

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As I suppose that it is for the car in foreground, it is indeed not a convertible, but a coupe with a roof of another color.

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nzcarnerd NZ

2007-10-08 22:08

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Certainly mid-'60s GM, I would suggest 1967 Chevrolet Caprice two door hardtop. The car is minus its rocker panel mouldings and has what appear to be fake louvres just ahead of the rear wheels.

rjluna2 US

2007-10-09 02:06

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It could be 1967 Impala 2 door coupe. The coke rear fender style does fit into this profile. It does have the optional vinyl rooftop. It also have aftermarket wheels on it. It could be even the Super Sport model as well. It is the last year that Chevrolet offer Impala Super Sport model in 1967 model year. Can anybody else can confirm this?

philr CA

2007-10-10 02:06

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1969 Pontiac Parisienne 2+2

philr CA

2007-10-10 02:10

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http://memturbo.com/pontiac/1969_pontiac_sales_brochure.htm

BTW, the origin is Canada, not US! Canadian Pontiacs were exported in many countries back then instead of the better known US models.

-- Last edit: 2007-10-10 02:13:18

rjluna2 US

2007-10-10 03:26

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philr wrote 1969 Pontiac Parisienne 2+2

I don't see federally mandate side marker on the rear of the fender....

rjluna2 US

2007-10-10 04:04

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After looking at the other cars listed at this movie, I would agreed it could be an export model.

philr CA

2007-10-11 01:11

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rjluna2 wrote
I don't see federally mandate side marker on the rear of the fender....



If you look closely, you should see it. They are rather small on 1969 Pontiacs. It's located near the highest part of the rear bumper. See the link I posted above for a clearer view.

fuck off CA

2009-08-22 21:16

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1969 canadian parisenne 2+2 it could possibly 1 of the 12 427 4speed cars built in oshawa ontario canada , a friend morly brown has a blue one no vynil top

G-MANN UK

2009-08-22 21:24

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Nice username! You're not one of the banned users trying to sneak back are you? Although you probably will get banned anyway.

antp BE

2009-08-22 21:35

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You just called someone else "idiot" on another page, I won't ban him just for his username :o

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G-MANN UK

2009-08-22 21:37

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Don't you think it's disrespectful to this site and its users? We'll see what the other admins think.

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curtalcorn CA

2009-08-26 23:36

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Kestrel CA

2010-08-11 23:38

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Well boys its not a 1969 canadian parisenne 2+2. It is a 1969 Canadian Parisenne. The 1969 & 1970 2+2 was just that, it had its own label. They dropped the Pontiac Parisenne Custom Sport in 67 and added the 2+2 label. When they made the Grande Parisenne in 1969 & 1970 the 2+2 had its own label. I do have a 2+2 and its 1 of only 7 totaly ORIGNIAL 427 4 speeds left in the country. By the way the Canadian cars where so much better.

philr CA

2010-10-24 06:59

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Kestrel wrote Well boys its not a 1969 canadian parisenne 2+2. It is a 1969 Canadian Parisenne. The 1969 & 1970 2+2 was just that, it had its own label. They dropped the Pontiac Parisenne Custom Sport in 67 and added the 2+2 label. When they made the Grande Parisenne in 1969 & 1970 the 2+2 had its own label. I do have a 2+2 and its 1 of only 7 totaly ORIGNIAL 427 4 speeds left in the country. By the way the Canadian cars where so much better.




Your right about the 1969-70 models not being called Parisienne, however, this one is a 1969 Pontiac 2+2, look at the louvers on the rear quarters...

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