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Can any one give me info on this car i fond one for 150$ and id like to know what engine tranny it has in it
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i hope itss not a 267 i allreadt have one :( i need a pontiac 455 badly..... olds or buick would be nice but heavy
 

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my 79 had a chevy 350 with a TH350 trans :thumbup:

267 only came in 80-82 cars i believe, my grandprix has one.
 

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A Parisienne is a Canadian Pontiac model..................don't think that they used that model name in the US.

All Gms now a days seem to have the same drivetrains. The older Canadian Pontiacs used Chevy drivetrains and frames. My 62 Parisienne is all Chevy under the skin...from the factory.
 

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the pontiac parrisienne was sold in the us in the 80's i worked for a pontiac dealer back then. they were basicly pontiacs version of the caprice same body and chassis i dont know how much the options differed between the two but im sure they weren't far apart.
 

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The Parisienne like helrazr3 said was available in the US GM dealers, I also used to work on them . A very solid car. Most were 305 with 200 Transmissions. 455 engines was not an option. Pontiac's version of the Impala/Caprice.
 

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we had a 66 Parisienne in the shop once, original red paint, straight six, orignal interior with 80,000 original km. on it. Was convertible too with a *********** top:drool: :drool:





Mike
 
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