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They made a coupe as well as a fastback back then.

Also Biscayne was used on lower end models.

I'm looking for a pic.

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They made a coupe as well as a fastback back then.

Also Biscayne was used on lower end models.

I'm looking for a pic.

How about this.

I think this is it.

l72biscayne.jpg

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0603hppp_03z1965_Pontiac_CatalinaRe.jpg

Kinda looks like this '65 Catalina

Edited by gmpartsgirl

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Well, we have the quarter window right for sure.

'65-'68 B body of some kind.

Electra?, LeSabre?

The chrome strip in the center of the trunk lid could be a clue.

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That looks like a '67 Catalina rear bumper and quarter panel..definitely a '67 style 2dr sedan roofline. Interesting rust patterns.

pontiac-catalina-2-door-sedan-1967.gif

Edited by moltar

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That looks like a '67 Catalina rear bumper and quarter panel..definitely a '67 style 2dr sedan roofline. Interesting rust patterns.

pontiac-catalina-2-door-sedan-1967.gif

You may have nailed it.

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Yeah, I think Moltar is right. Sorry but I have no way to verify, since it was just under pictures of the Salton Sea and there was no indication what the car was.

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You may have nailed it.

Ya, I think so..definitely not a '65-68 Chevy rear bumper shape, or '65-66 Pontiac rear bumper shape. I believe '67 was the last year for the Catalina 2dr sedan. I'm pretty Buick and Olds quit their B-body 2dr sedans after '61 or '62.

I don't recall ever seeing a '67 Catalina 2dr sedan in real life or a magazine..pretty obscure body style.

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Its the only thing we have found with the body crease ending in the right place at the bumper.

Has to be.

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