1986 Pontiac Parisienne Brougham
(Featured on 3rd July 2013)
Sellers original description:
1986 Pontiac Parisienne Brougham. The car has 4,300 actual miles and is like new inside and out. It is absolutly stunning in every way, I can not imagine finding a nicer one, it truly looks like a new 1986 Parisienne.
The condition of the car is truly amazing: The paint is stunning, no nicks or scratches, smooth to the touch and very shiny. The chrome is bright and crisp, looks new. The interior is fresh looking, smells right, the carpet is plush and has that sparkle that only new carpet has. The trunk looks new. The engine compartment is pristine with no rust.
This is a show car. I entered it into the Sloan Museum car show last weekend with over 700 other mostly restored entries, and recieved a top award. The trophy goes with the car.
The car was ordered new by a General Motors engineer for his wife. They wanted one of last full size, rear wheel drive, V-8 powered cars to be made by Pontiac. It is fully loaded, some of the options Bill order are as follows:
No Vinyl Top - the car looks so much better without the vinyl top.
Power seats - both sides with passenger recline.
Protection Group - Carpet mat and trunk mat.
Power Trunk release.
Wire wheel covers.
307 V8 with 4 barrel carb.
Positraction rear axle.
Self sealing tires.
Everything on the car works as it should including the A/C (still on R-12) and all the power options. It runs and drives like a new car -- plush, smooth, and responsive.
The car was always stored properly in a heated and carpeted garage along with other collector cars, it has never been in the snow or the rain. It was driven just enough over the years to keep it fresh and maintained.